£660,000 Fixed price
The Farmhouse and surrounding forty seven acres is multi-faceted with so much potential for its new owners. The land, partly used for grazing with several separate fields also has the added benefit of multiple out buildings nearby that could lend it to either commercial or residential purposes. There is further potential for development of the steadings with the relevant planning or the option to add chalets for further development of the business and income growth. The Farmhouse is a listed building and was constructed in 1834. It has been extensively renovated from 2011 to a high standard and is in walk-in condition. The style of decoration has been sympathetic to the property's former roots and its rural location, with solid fuel stoves, stone-effect tiling and even a roll top bath to complete its homely design. Nevertheless, the property is not lacking in modern facilities with LPG central heating and the result is a warm and comfortable family home. Certainly, this tastefully decorated farmhouse serves as the perfect base to enjoy stunning views that can be seen from every window. Overall, the property has five, well proportioned double bedrooms that have windows overlooking both the rear and front gardens. One of these has a modern en-suite and others have added features such as walk-in wardrobes, double windows and even a fuel stove. Each room is slightly unique but all five feel spacious and bright. The gentle hills and pastureland are incredibly peaceful, one of the main attractions for potential guests who stay in the self contained, three-bedroom section of the property. This is fully equipped and easy to maintain, providing an excellent source of income throughout the year. This area does have its own external door, as well as a lockable internal door to either join or separate it from the main farmhouse. The living area and kitchen has floor to ceiling windows, flooding the area with light throughout the day and creating a relaxing atmosphere for visitors. Overlooking the garden, it allows you to appreciate the natural beauty that surrounds the property, no matter what the weather brings. The current owners have many farm animals including ducks, geese and cattle, this provides an ongoing supply of high quality produce. There is great potential to increase this, if required by the new owners and there is opportunity to purchase the animals by separate negotiation. The property also has its own water supply, polytunnel, vegetable plots and two covered barns. A fantastic property to call home with unlimited potential.
By appointment through McEwan Fraser Legal on 01397 600 006
McEwan Fraser Legal are open 7 days a week: 8am - Midnight Monday to Friday &9am - 10pm Saturday &Sunday to book your viewing appointment.Extras (Included in the sale): Fixtures and fittings and integrated appliances are included, some farm machinery is available by separate negotiation.
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