It had been used as a door stop in the past by the previous owners.
An unexploded World War One bomb has been found on the grounds of a Dartmoor farm.
Ullacombe Farm in Bovey Tracey called in Disposal Experts this morning.
It had been used as a door stop in the past by the previous owners - before being built into an outside wall.
Manager Debbie Coles told The Breeze how they came across it: "We have some guys renovating the farm house at the moment. They took down some of the stonewalling to renovate it, and that's when they found the bomb."
It's since been exploded, and the farm is back to business as usual.
You can hear Debbie's full interview with our reporter Sam Cook here: