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Pennyarthur Farm, Bellsbank Road, Dalmellington, Ayr
Pennyarthur Farm is a former working farm set in an attractive rural location in Ayrshire. The farm has been occupied by the current owners for about 25 years and a livery business has been established.
The farm has a number of assets and comprises a traditional farmhouse with an attached range of traditional outbuildings, a further detached agricultural outbuilding and about 64 acres of formal garden grounds, riding arena and farmland.
A key feature of the property is the established livery business, with associated equestrian facilities.
The traditional farmhouse has well-proportioned and flexible accommodation over two levels under a pitched slate roof.
It is entered via a side vestibule which leads to a family room and bedroom 4. The dining kitchen has a central position within the property, off which, there is a utility room and bathroom. It also leads to a sitting room which has an open fire and a bedroom.
A spiral staircase from the sitting room provides access to two bedrooms on the first floor.
Pennyarthur Farm has an elevated position with expansive views of the surrounding countryside. The property is situated off the A713 (the Ayr to Castle Douglas road) to the south of Dalmellington, which is the nearest town for everyday amenities. It has various general stores, a post office, primary and secondary schooling. A wider range of shops, supermarkets and professional services are available in Ayr (16 miles). Private co-educational schooling for pupils from the age of 3 to 18 at Wellington School is also available in Ayr.
Glasgow is approximately 50 miles from the farm and has all the cultural, higher educational and leisure services normally associated with a major international centre.
Prestwick Airport (19 miles) and Glasgow Airport (51 miles) both offer an increasingly wide range of flights to domestic and international destinations. Ayr has a main line rail station which provides regular and quick access to Glasgow.
Ayrshire is famous worldwide for golf with world class championship courses within easy reach. Scotland's renowned field sports, in particular, game shooting and salmon fishing are available within a short drive on numerous local estates.
Attached to the rear of the farmhouse is a traditional range of outbuildings comprising two tack rooms and a stable block with ten loose boxes. There is a small detached traditional stable to the side. A garage is attached to the farmhouse.
A general purpose shed is situated on the northern boundary and is in 4 bays of concrete portal frame construction under a corrugated roof with corrugated cladding, red brick walls and a concrete floor. It has 4 loose boxes.
Pennyarthur Farmhouse is accessed via a shared private hardcore road. A hardcore driveway leads to the garage at the front of the house. A formal garden is also positioned to the front of the house and is down to lawn with some mature trees.
Pennyarthur extends to about 64 acres. The house and outbuildings are positioned to the northern boundary of the land.
The gently undulating permanent pasture rises from 230 metres (754 feet) to 260 metres (853 feet) above sea level and lies in a ring fenced block. The land is divided into a number of paddocks which are suitably sized for modern agricultural techniques. It is fenced for livestock and has a mains water supply with drinking troughs.
The land is used for the grazing of horses by the current owner.
Pennyarthur Farm is registered as an agricultural holding with a farm code of 69/183/0022.
There is an outdoor arena with a sand and bark base.