£148,000 Offers Over
Situated amidst striking upland rural surroundings this is a traditional house and steading standing in ground extending to approximately 2.4 acres. The house and steading are configured in a U shape formation and combined afford many possibilities to be adapted to form residential space or for studio work shop etc. The property is situated in a glen close to the Muck Water. An excellent opportunity to own a very interesting property in a wonderfully rural and peaceful setting.
Mark Farm comprises a traditional 1 ½ storey house with attached steading and standing in approximately 2.4 acres of ground. The house and steading are predominantly of random stone construction under pitched roofs over laid with slate. The house and steading are configured in a U shape. The property sits within a sheltered setting in a glen and beside the Muck Water. This is an upland locality in the range of hills which form the Duisk Valley.
The house provides a gross internal area of approximately 170m² and is formed over 1½ storeys. The house is presently a work in progress and the interior is more or less a shell to be further adapted. From the rear of the house extends the steading and the arrangement of the buildings in effect forms a courtyard behind the house. The buildings would originally have comprised byre, stabling and storage for implements, carts and feed etc.
The house is situated in a west facing position overlooking an area of ground immediately in front of the dwelling which has been fashioned in such a way as to afford garden space. The property has its own unmade approach road which leads up and along the south side of the boundary where there is a further area of level ground predominantly in grass. There is an area of ground extending along the east side of the buildings.
Mark Farm is set amidst wonderful rural surroundings in a generally upland setting. The property is accessed by way of a narrow unclassified road which leads up from the village of Pinwherry. The unclassified road then becomes an unmade track and Mark Farm is about 4 miles in from the main road.
The neighbouring ground is mainly forestry and sheep country.
The house and the associated buildings offer great potential and could be adapted to form a large space for residential use ideal for extended family or for those seeking an opportunity to work from home; the buildings could be adapted in such a way as to form office, studio or workshop space.
This is a lovely corner of south west Ayrshire. An ideal locality for those looking for a change of lifestyle. Excellent scenery, clear air, no traffic congestion and good schools. Mark Farm is a very interesting property in a great setting and viewing is strongly recommended
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