It is understood that Foxhole Manor was constructed in the late 17th century with later additions in the18th 19th and 20th centuries The current owners have lived at Foxhole for 17 years.
The house is Listed Grade II and is a traditional Devon longhouse with a cross-passage inner hallway and two original windows. The current owners have carried out a significant programme of refurbishment, all replacement windows being double glazed, and improvement during their occupation, including some wonderful landscaping of the gardens.
The land at Foxhole has changed ownership many times over the centuries, mainly between Foxhole Manor and neighbouring Foxhole Farm. Some of the land was once part of the estates owned by the Molesworth St Aubyns of Pencarrow in Cornwall, through marriage into the Arscott family of Tetcott in Devon, who also owned the Manor House in Halwill. Today there are about 73 acres of land available, consisting of a mixture of parkland, culm grassland, woodland and frontage to the River Carey.