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Conrick Farm, Sanquhar, Dumfriesshire
Conrick Farmhouse: 7 bedrooms, 2 kitchens, sitting room, bathroom, shower room, utility area, wc, porch, various stores.
Corseburn House: 5 bedrooms (2 en suite), breakfasting kitchen, 4 public rooms, utility room, family bathroom and wc.
3 free range and 2 organic free range poultry units for 23,800 free range and 6,000 organic laying hens
Modern dairy unit with 16:32 Vaccar parlour, 230 cubicles
Range of agricultural buildings for a further 130 cattle
Land: 186 acres of permanent pasture, 40 acres of woods, 17 acres of rough grazing, 5 acres of roads/buildings/misc.
Reservoir with trout fishing and duck flighting
1.17 million litres of milk quota
SFP may be available by separate negotiation
For sale as a whole
About 248 acres (100 ha) in total
Conrick Farm has an elevated position on the northern fringe of the picturesque and pretty Dumfriesshire town of Sanquhar in the heart of Scotland. There are excellent views from the farm over the Nith Valley towards the Carsphairn and Scaur range to the west and the Lowther hills to the south east.
The Royal Burgh of Sanquhar is an attractive and popular rural town and provides for most every day needs. It lies on the route of the Southern Upland Way.
The town is a thriving community with many amenities including an indoor swimming pool, gym, library, health centre, pharmacy, two banks, post office, two filling stations and a nine-hole golf course with outstanding views.
The town has its own primary school and secondary school. Further secondary education is available in Dumfries and Thornhill.
Dumfries (29 miles) is the main commercial centre of the southwest of Scotland. It has a good range of shops, leisure and retail services.
Sanquhar railway station is on the Glasgow to Dumfries line, with connections to Carlisle and London. There are regular direct trains to Glasgow Central Station.
There are several beaches on the Solway Coast and for the outdoor enthusiast there are many outdoor pursuits available locally which include sailing, gliding,riding, mountain biking and golfing.
A number of local estates offer driven and walked up game shooting and the Solway Firth offers challenging wildfowling. There is fishing for trout, sea trout and salmon on the nearby River Nith.
The M74 is about 19 miles to the east and provides good road links to both the north and south. Main airports are at Prestwick (41 miles), Glasgow (56 miles), Edinburgh (60 miles), respectively.