£355,000 Guide Price
Hewats have the pleasure in presenting to the market Netheryett Farm, Haugh of Urr, Castle Douglas. Netheryett Farm is situated on a local bus route, in an enviable location amidst the rolling farmland of Dumfries and Galloway with unrestricted views to the front, approximately 3 miles from Dalbeattie and 5 miles from Castle Douglas. Netheryett Farm is a traditional two storey farmhouse with spacious and airy accommodation making it a lovely home. The Farmhouse was built approximately 200 years ago. There is an opportunity to purchase the property as whole or in separate lots as seen on Page 9 of these details.
The Farmhouse also benefits from a separate Annexe and Static Caravan, which the current owners have used as holiday letting accommodation. The Annexe would make ideal self contained space for young or old.
Included in the sale is a garage, large outbuilding/cattle shed and lean-to which offers a variety of uses.
The large outbuilding can be used for wintering cattle, rearing calves or general storage of farm machinery or other items.
The property at Netheryett Farm is traversed by the River Urr, allowing normal fishing rights for brown trout for this section of the river.
Viewing is highly recommended to appreciate the farmhouse, the land and buildings and what they have to offer and the surroundings.
Haugh of Urr is a lovely Galloway village, centrally situated between two small towns and within easy reach of the A75 trunk road. The village has a popular pub which serves meals. The nearest primary school is located in Hardgate, the neighbouring hamlet.
The nearby market town of Castle Douglas, known as Scotland's Food Town, has many specialist/independent shops and businesses providing a varied selection of gifts, foods and services. There are both primary and secondary schools in the town along with supermarkets, health services, veterinary services and a thriving livestock market and golf course.
Dalbeattie has both primary and secondary schools, shops, museum and services.
Dumfries, is approximately 16 miles distant. This is the principal town in the region, providing a wider range of schools, high street shops, retail parks and leisure complex, ice rink/curling rink and various other services.
Dumfries and Galloway is renowned for its mild climate, diverse scenic beauty and offers a varied range of sporting activities including several Golf Courses, some Championship standard, and extensive shooting and fishing opportunities. It is also within easy driving distance of the popular sailing village of Kippford and Loch Ken is also close at hand.
Travel links to and from the area are very good. There is a main line railway station in Dumfries and also Lockerbie providing excellent links to both the north and south. The M74 motorway network is 40 miles distant, and there are regular flights to other parts of the UK, Ireland and Continental Europe from Prestwick Airport which is about one and a half hours drive to the North. Edinburgh and Glasgow can be reached in two hours.
Half glazed UPVC door gives access to:
Tiled floor, central heating radiator, light fitting, coat hooks.
Kitchen 3.2m x 3.15m
Range of fitted “country style” floor and wall units glass with display units, Belfast sink with mixer tap, part tiled, window to front overlooking garden and farmland beyond, four spotlight track unit, Diplomat gas double oven and four ring burners, extractor hood above, work surfaces, plumbed for automatic washing machine, laminate flooring, space for fridge, understair cupboard with louvred doors.
Open plan through to:
Dining Area 4.05m x 3.9m
Window to front, laminate flooring, central heating radiator, T.V. aerial point, electric fire set in wooden surround with tiled inlay and flagstone hearth, light fitting.
Continue through to:
HALL 4.59m x 1.89m
Fitted carpet, storage cupboard with louvred doors, small window, power and light housing combi central heating boiler, electric meter and trip switches, central heating thermostat, hatch to attic with light by way of Ramsey type ladder, central heating radiator, telephone point, smoke alarm, doors to Lounge and Conservatory, stairs to upper floor.
LOUNGE 4.41m x 4.35m
Fitted carpet, T.V. aerial point, satellite T.V. connection, two central heating radiators, gas coal effect fire set in brick fireplace with tiled hearth and mantle, carbon monoxide detector.
CONSERVATORY 6.09m x 3.79m
Spacious room that can be used all year round, full height windows, views overlooking the garden and to farmland and hills beyond, polycarbonate roof, tiled effect flooring, wall light, double doors to garden.
Returning to the Hall a carpeted staircase leads to:
Half way up stairs there is a large window to the side.
Bright airy landing with window to rear, smoke alarm, fitted carpet, ceiling light, hatch to attic with light.
BEDROOM 1 4.30m x 3.17m
Window to front, central heating radiator, laminate flooring, ceiling light.
BEDROOM 2 3.22m x 2.83m
Window to front, central heating radiator, laminate flooring, ceiling light, ceiling light, telephone point.
SHOWER ROOM 2.29m x 1.74m
Opaque window to front, tiled floor, large kidney shaped shower cubicle with Mira Play electric shower, wash-hand basin, W.C., heated chrome towel rail, extractor fan, ceiling light.
UPVC double glazed door gives access to:
OPEN PLAN LOUNGE/KITCHEN
Lounge 3.79m x 3.70m
Large window overlooking farmland and hills in the distance, laminate flooring, ceiling light, T.V. aerial point, Dimplex wall heater, smoke alarm, Easy Home wall heater.
Kitchen 2.65m x 2.12m
Range of floor and wall units, stainless steel sink and drainer, window to rear, part tiled, three spotlights, ceiling light, electric oven, grill and Ceramic Shott hob with extractor hood above, central heater timer switch, immersion switch, tiled floor.
BEDROOM 3.69m x 3m
Window to front, recessed area with mirror, Dimplex wall heater, light fitting.
EN-SUITE 1.93m x 1.46m
Bright and airy fully tiled room with shower cubicle with Triton Cara electric shower, W.C., wash-hand basin, tiled floor, Dimplex wall heater, shaver point and light.
From the public road you turn onto the U128. Continue down past the Farmhouse and on the right hand side there is there is a gravelled off-road parking area to the front of the Garage. To the side of the Garage there is a large wooden gate that gives access to a gravelled area offering further off-road parking and access to the Annexe, Wooden car Port and metal storage shed.
Steps lead up to the Farmhouse through a wooden gate by a pathway leading to the front door. There is a separate access through a wrought iron gate from the U128. The garden to the front is laid to gravel for ease of maintenance and is bounded by hedgerow.
To the side there is a raised area with steps leading up to it where there is a gravelled area with mature trees and shrubs, another garden area with mature shrubs and plants and a vegetable garden. This area again bounded by hedgerow while a gravelled pathway leads you to the rear of the property.
At the rear there is two steps that lead up to an area of lawn with a gravelled pathway, a garden pond, and a gravelled drying area. A wooden Gate gives access to steps that lead down to the large outbuilding, lean-to and wooden shed. Separate access is available through metal gate from the U128.
Outside lights. Outside water taps. Outside Gas meter.
GARAGE 5.66m x 3.73m
Single brick built with up and over door and power.
OUTBUILDING 23.7 m x 11m
The outbuilding is of steel framed construction and box profile sheeting on all sides and roof, water and power
LEAN-TO 8m x 4.8m
The lean-to is of steel framed construction and box profile sheeting on the both sides and roof, drystone walling wood paneling and power.
Note: The Wooden Shed is not included in the sale.
In total there are 17 acres of productive silage/grazing land situated to the front and side of the farmhouse, Annex and gardens.
Note: There is a public right of way from the farm gate at the bottom left hand of the U128 to the metal Bridge.
Currently mains water and electricity. Septic tank drainage.
Gas central heating and full double glazing.
The energy efficiency rating of this property is Band – D. .
By contacting Hewats Property Team on (01556) 502946.
COUNCIL TAX BAND
Currently Band E.
Offers in Scottish Legal form should be lodged with the selling agents' Castle Douglas Office. Interested parties are strongly recommended to register their interest with the selling agents as a closing date may be fixed for offers.
From Dumfries, exit the A75 just north of Castle Douglas onto the B794. Proceed along the B794 to Dalbeattie for approximately 2 miles and Netheryett Farm is situated on the right hand side of the road.
If approaching from Stranraer, exit the A75 just north of Castle Douglas onto the B794 and follow the aforementioned directions.
LOTS OFFERED FOR SALE
Lot 1Farmhouse, Annexe, Outbuildings and 17acres of land £355,000
Enclosures 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 on the attached plan and Schedule of Acreages as shown on the plan. Extending to approximately 6.879 hectares.
Lot 2 Farmhouse, Annexe, Outbuildings and Paddock £280,000
Enclosure 2 on the attached plan and Schedule of Acreages as shown on the plan. Extending to approximately 0.1294 hectares.
Lot 3Land – 17 acres £75,000
Enclosures 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 on the attached plan and Schedule of Acreages as shown on the plan. Extending to approximately 6.879 hectares.
Please note: Enclosure 1 on the attached plan has been SOLD
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