£329,995 Offers over
Part Exchange Available , Traditional Farm House with Attached Cottage and Separate Detached Cottage in need of development. . Main House . Lounge, Sitting Room, Sun Room, Kitchen, Four Bedrooms, Bathroom , Attached Cottage , Kitchen/Diner, Bedroom, Bathroom . Circa 10 Hectares of Land Extending to the Sea Shore , Stunning Location with Sea Views
Lounge - 5.4 x 4 (17'9 x 13'1 )
Kitchen - 2.1 x 2.6 (6'11 x 8'6 )
Sitting Room - 5.4 x 3.7 (17'9 x 12'2 )
Sun Room - 4.8 x 2.4 (15'9 x 7'10 )
Bathroom - 2.1 x 3 (6'11 x 9'10 )
Bedroom - 5.4 x 2.9 (17'9 x 9'6 )
Bedroom - 3.3 x 4 (10'10 x 13'1 )
Bedroom - 2.7 x 2 (8'10 x 6'7 )
Bedroom - 1.9 x 3.2 (6'3 x 10'6 )
MQ Estate Agents are delighted to offer this Traditional Farm House with an attached Cottage and two further semi detached cottages which are currently in an uninhabitable state. The property is set in around 10 hectares of grounds extending down to the shoreline. The property would benefit from some internal modernisation but offers an outstanding opportunity for a large family house, small holding or holiday lets. Viewing is strongly recommended to appreciate this rare to market opportunity. The sellers are happy to consider splitting the land should the purchasers not require the 10 Hectares
The accommodation comprises an entrance porch, this leads through into the hallway. The lounge is to one side of the hallway, this is an excellent size room with views over the fields towards the water. The kitchen is located off the lounge and is fitted with a range of both wall and floor standing units. There is access to the rear of the property through a rear porch. Returning to the hallway you arrive at the sitting room, this is also a great size room with unrestricted views, there is a doorway given access to the sun room which overlooks the garden. The lower level accommodation is completed by the bathroom which is fitted with a three piece white suite comprising a wc, wash hand basin and bath. The upper level has four bedrooms, two are good size doubles with two further smaller bedrooms.
Attached to the main house is a single storey cottage which the owners currently rent out. The accommodation comprises a lounge, kitchen, bedroom and bathroom.
There are also two semi detached stone built cottages that are currently uninhabitable and have been used for storage for a number of years. They could be restored to their former glory and offer the new owners two great holiday rental opportunities. Both cottages have accommodation formed over two levels.
Externally there are garden grounds to the side of the property these are to most part laid to lawn bordered with a mix of mature shrubs and tress. Overall the grounds extend to circa 10 Hectares of pasture and rough grazing which are split in to 4 fields of pasture and a large area of shrub land that extends down to the shore. With the addition of stables the land would be ideal for those wishing to keep horses.
Arran is often referred to as Scotland in miniature catering for numerous cultural activities with historical and archeological sites. Coastal and hill walks and a wide range of sporting facilities, on and off the sea, cater for every taste. Access to the island is straightforward with several sailings daily from Ardrossan to Brodick as well as Cloanaig to Lochranza in the North of the island. Both routes are operated by CalMac ferries (www.calmac.co.uk for service status, timetables and fares). Ferry fares have dropped dramatically due to the new RET (road equivalent tariff) scheme linking ferry fares to the cost of land travel.
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