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2 bedroom farm house for sale

HarleyriggKirmahoeDumfriesDG1 1RB

Under Offer £340,000

Property Description

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Also up to 16.52 acres (6.69 hectares) of additional land lying across the public road from the farm available to purchase by separate negotiation.

A small residential and stockrearing farm of about 28.90 acres (11.71 hectares) with a two bedroomed single storied farmhouse and range of adjoining traditionally built outbuildings with potential for conversion to residential use, subject to obtaining the necessary consents, together with a large range of both modern and traditional buildings which provide more than adequate storage and livestock accommodation for a farm of this size. All situated in the attractive Nith Valley yet convenient for Dumfries, The A74(M) and the trunk road network.

The EPC Rating for the farmhouse is E.

For sale by Private Treaty with vacant possession upon completion

GUIDE PRICE: 340,000

General Remarks & Stipulations

Situation
Harleyrigg is situated in the Nith Valley about 5 miles north of Dumfries in a quiet yet accessible location. The position of the property is shown arrowed on the attached Location Plans.

Directions
To reach Harleyrigg take the A701 Edinburgh Road off the A75 Dumfries Bypass and head to Locharbriggs. When you reach Locharbriggs turn left on to Quarry Road and pass Kilblane Quarry. After about one mile continue straight on at the cemetery and after a further three quarters of a mile the entrance to Harleyrigg is on the left hand side of the road.

Description
A residential and stockrearing farm of about 28.90 acres (11.71 hectares) with a nicely situated two bedroomed single storied house, an adjoining stone and slate building with potential for conversion to residential use, a large range of both modern and traditional buildings and about 27.64 acres (11.20 hectares) of grassland. The extent of the property is shown edged in red and coloured in pink on the attached Sale Plan.

The farm steading is attractively situated at the end of a short length of hard track leading from a minor public road and the house enjoys open views across the adjoining countryside to the hills beyond. The house has the benefit of oil fired central heating, uPVC double glazing to most windows and a wood burning stove in the living room and there is scope to extend the accommodation into the adjoining stone and slate storage building, subject to obtaining the necessary planning consent.

The remaining farm buildings provide excellent machinery and crop storage and livestock accommodation for a farm of this size and the property would be an excellent base for a small agricultural enterprise or alternatively could be used for equestrian purposes.

Amenities
There are schools and a wide range of shops and other services and amenities in Dumfries. There is also a railway station at Dumfries and there are good road links with the A74(M) Motorway lying about 12 miles to the east.

The area is well known for its field sports and shooting and good fishing are both available locally.

Possession
Vacant possession of the property will be given upon completion of the sale which will be by arrangement.

Ingoings None.

Outgoings The house is assessed under Band B for council tax purposes.

Farm status
The land is classified as Less Favoured Area by the Scottish Government (Rural Payments and Inspections Directorate).

Services
Mains water and electricity to house and some of the buildings with foul drainage from the house to the septic tank installation. A telephone is fitted in the house subject to British Telecom Regulations.

Burdens And Matters Of Title
The property is sold subject to all existing burdens (covenants, rights of way, easements, servitudes etc) whether public or private and whether constituted formerly in the titles or not. Prospective purchasers are advised to contact the Vendors' solicitors who are Harper, Robertson & Shannon (Mr. A.B. Robertson dealing) of 100 High Street, Annan, Dumfriesshire, DG12 6EH. Tel: (01461) 203418, Fax: (01461) 205057 regarding these matters. We can, however, advise you that there is a servitude in favour of Bord Gas Eireann for an existing large diameter gas pipeline which crosses under the land.

Basic Payment Scheme Entitlement
There are no entitlements to the Basic Payment Scheme included in the sale of the property although the land is all registered and eligible to receive payments under this Scheme by the Scottish Government (Rural Payments and Inspections Directorate).

Mineral And Sporting Rights
The mineral and sporting rights, insofar as they are owned by the Vendors, are included in the sale at no extra charge.

Scottish Government Office & Local Authority
Scottish Government (Rural Payments and Inspections Directorate), Government Buildings, 161 Brooms Road, Dumfries, Dumfriesshire. Tel: (01387) 255292, Fax: (01387) 267116.

Dumfries & Galloway Council, Council Buildings, English Street, Dumfries, DG1 2DD. Tel: (01387) 260000, Fax: (01387) 260034.

Viewing
Strictly by appointment through the Sole Selling Agents. Tel: (01228) 792299

Deposit
A 10% deposit on the purchase price will be payable to the Vendors' solicitor on conclusion of missives. This deposit will be non-returnable in the event of the purchaser(s) failing to complete the sale(s) for a reason not attributable to the vendors or their Agents. The balance of the purchase price will be payable on the day of entry and interest of 4% above the Bank of Scotland's base rate will be charged on the balance of the payment from the date of entry until paid.

Offers
Offers for the property should be submitted in Scottish Legal Form to C & D Rural, 17/19 High Street, Longtown, Carlisle, CA6 5UA. A closing date for offers may be set and those parties wishing to be kept informed should notify the selling agents of their interest as soon as possible to ensure that they are contacted. However the selling agents reserve the right to sell privately without imposing a closing date and do not bind themselves to accept the highest or any offer.

Particulars

The House
This is of traditional stone and slate construction with a 1782 datestone above the front door. It has the benefit of oil fired central heating, UPVC framed double glazing to all but one window and a wood burning stove in the living room. The accommodation briefly comprises:-

Hallway
6'8" x 5'7" (2.03m x 1.70m) with single radiator, ceiling hatch to loft, front entrance door, coat hooks, telephone point and doors off to living room and bedroom 1.

Bedroom 1
14'11" max x 14'10" max (4.55m max x 4.52m max) 'L' shaped with cast iron fireplace with tiled inlay and timber surround and double radiator.

Living Room
17'0" max x 14'11" (5.18m max x 4.55m) with wood burning stove set back in recessed brick fireplace, double radiator, airing cupboard with hot water cylinder, shelving and immersion heater and doors off to bedroom 2 and kitchen.

Bedroom 2
15'6" x 14'1" (4.73m x 4.29m) with brick fireplace and stone hearth, double radiator, built in cupboard and ceiling hatch to loft.

Kitchen
11'4" x 8'4" (3.45m x 2.54m) with stainless sink unit with single drainer and mixer tap, electric cooker point and socket, worktop, part tiled splashbacks, walk in storage cupboard, walk in pantry with shelving, plumbing for automatic washing machine, single radiator, rear entrance door and door through to bathroom.

Bathroom with double radiator, panelled bath, W.C., wash hand basin and tiling around bath.

Outside

Small Store attached to the house and situated at the rear door.

Garden Area To the rear of the house with lawn, vegetable patch and greenhouse.

Single Storied Range
34'7" x 15'9" internally (10.55m x 4.80m) built of stone and slate and attached to one end of the house. This building houses the oil fired central heating boiler, electric meters and fuses and is used as a large store but there is scope to extend the house accommodation into this building to provide additional bedrooms.

The Farm Buildings
These provide more than ample livestock accommodation and crop and machinery storage space for a farm of this size and a number of the buildings have electric and water. Some of them could readily be adapted for stabling or for storage purposes and they are as follows:-

Store
30'6" x 15'9" internally (9.30m x 4.80m) built of stone walls under a corrugated metal roof.

Former Dairy
15'9" x 15'2" internally (4.85m x 4.75m) built of stone and aslate and comprising two rooms adjoining the large store next to the house.

Byre
54'0" x 23'7" internally (16.48m x 7.20m) built of brick walls under a sheeted roof with standings for 34 cows.

Byre
24'8" x 23'7" internally (7.53m x 7.20m) built of brick under a box profile sheeted roof with standings for 16 cows.

Calf House
33'9" x 23'9" (10.28m x 7.24m) built of brick walls under a sheeted roof with penning.

Meal Shed/Feed
22'7" x 17'6" (6.88m x 5.33m) built of brick walls under a sheeted roof.
Store

Timber Store with concrete floor and a sheeted roof.

Henhouse built of timber with a timber floor.

Tractor Shed
19'1" x 17'5" (5.82m x 5.32m) lean-to, with concrete block walls and corrugated metal roof.

Dutch Barn
60'0" x 19'0" (18.30m x 5.82m) four bay with curved metal roof and side cladding and open front.

Lean-To Loose Housing
60'0" x 60'0" (18.30m x 18.30m) steel framed with a sheeted roof, concrete block walls and a central feed passage.

Outside Collecting Yard with concrete floor and concrete block walls.

Implement Shed
45'0" x 15'2" (13.73m x 4.63m) five bay timber framed shed with corrugated metal roof.

Workshop with corrugated metal roof and cladding and concrete floor.

Big Bale Store with hardcore and concrete floor and some concrete block walling.

Two Bay Cattle Court
30'0" x 29'2" (9.08m x 8.88m) built of concrete block walls with corrugated metal side cladding and sheeted roof with feed trough along one side.

The Land
This is made up of one large enclosure of grassland to the front of the house with two further enclosures to the rear of the buildings. The three fields are all in grass and have good access and frontage off the public road as well as mains water to field troughs. The area is bounded by drystone dykes and there is an attractive wetland area in O.S. No. 4567 just to the rear of the house.

Schedule Of Area

Parish of Kirkmahoe
Taken from National Grid 1:2,500 Scale O.S. Sheets NX 9883/9983

National Grid Description Hectares Acres
O.S. No

4583 Permanent Grass 1.00 2.47
Pt 4567 Permanent Grass 2.31 (est) 5.68 (est)
4064 House, Buildings and Access Track 0.51 1.26
3848 Permanent Grass 7.89 19.49
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Totals 11.71 ha 28.90 ac


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