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4 bedroom farm for sale

Kilmacolm, Renfrewshire, PA13

Offers Over 206.8 ac. | £975,000

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  • 206.9 acres (83.7 hectares)

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Tenure: Freehold

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Priestside Farm,
Kilmacolm,
Renfrewshire,
PA13 4SP.

Kilmacolm 2.6 miles, M8 Motorway 7 miles, Paisley 12.5 miles, Glasgow Airport 16 miles, Glasgow City Centre 25 miles, Stirling 50 miles, & Edinburgh 70 miles.

A traditional detached farmhouse, an extensive range of outbuildings and overall 245.45 acres (99.33 Ha) available as a whole or as 3 lots. The Farm is registered for the basic payment scheme.

Lot 1 (Outlined in red on the lotting plan) - Farmhouse / Outbuildings / 151.52 acres (61.32 Ha). Offers over 850,000

Lot 2 (Outlined in purple on the lotting plan) - 55.36 acres (22.40 Ha). Offers over 125,000.




PARTICULARS OF SALE


DIRECTIONS From the centre of Kilmacolm travel west on the A761 (Port Glasgow Road). On leaving the village turn first left onto the Auchenbothie Road. Turn 2nd left onto the Auchentiber Road. Follow the road directly ahead and Priestside Farm is set on the left hand side just after the bend in the road.


SITUATION Priestside Farm enjoys a prime slightly elevated position west of the village of Kilmacolm and is set in open countryside. There is easy access to the M8 motorway to reach the extensive facilities offered by Glasgow.

The village of Kilmacolm has an excellent local primary school including a nursery school. The independent Duchal Nursery is positioned in a tasteful, purpose built building, in Birkmyre Park. St. Columba's Independent School has an enviable academic record and offers education from nursery school to secondary level. There are tennis, rugby, squash and bowling clubs and a beautiful 18-hole golf course designed by James Braid. Birkmyre Park has playing fields, a modern child's play area, a multi sports arena and the refurbished pavilion offering a modern health and fitness centre and a cafe. There is a local angling club at Knapps Loch. The area has several other golf clubs, Strathgryffe Tennis Club and there are modern yacht marinas on the Clyde. The village has shops for everyday needs, Post Office, banks, churches and local bus services.

LOT 1 Priestside Farmhouse, Outbuildings & 151.52 Acres (61.32 ha).

Priestside Farmhouse is a traditional detached home of stone and slate construction. The subjects require modernisation but do provide a spacious family home with a versatile design formed over 2 floors.

The overall accommodation includes entrance porch, reception hall, sitting room with bay window, lounge with multi fuel stove, fitted kitchen with Aga, small kitchen, sun porch, pantry, shower room, utility room, 2 downstairs bedrooms, upper landing, 2 double bedrooms and a bathroom. There is a bothy room which is accessed via its own stair from the rear hall. There is a wash house beyond the utility room. The specification includes an oil fired central heating system (not to the shower room or utility room) and double glazing to the windows apart from the skylights on the stair and to the bathroom. The services include mains electricity, a private water (via a spring in the field to the rear of the farmhouse) and private drainage.

Outside the farmhouse has a formal enclosed garden and a large courtyard area.

The contemporary outbuildings comprise :

General purpose shed 1 measuring 19m x 10m of steel frame construction with metal sheet cladding and an earth floor. It is used presently for machinery storage.

A 3 span steel frame portal measuring 33m x 18m. Metal sheet cladding and concrete floor. Power supply. Presently used for dry silage storage and as a machinery store.

Cattle Court 1 measuring 35m x 6.5m. Steel frame construction with metal sheet cladding. Concrete floor and water supply.

General Purpose Shed 2 measuring 22m x 9.5m. Steel frame construction with metal sheet cladding and an earth floor. Used for machinery storage.

Dutch Barn measuring 23m x 12m. Metal frame and metal sheet cladding with an earth floor. Used for storing straw.

Dutch Barn lean to measuring 12m x 9m. Metal frame and metal sheet cladding. Concrete floor. Used as a machinery store.

Cattle Court 2 measuring 17m x 10m of steel frame construction with metal sheet cladding. Slatted floor with slurry pumped to adjoining tank. Water supply.

Cattle Court 3 measuring 26m x 23m of steel frame construction with metal sheet cladding. Concrete floor and power supply.

There is an enclosed handling area between Cattle Court 2 and 3 which is slatted and again links to the slurry tank.

Cattle Court 4 a small court measuring 13m x 3.5m of steel frame construction with metal sheet cladding and a water supply. Ideal for a bull or isolation purposes.

The traditional outbuildings comprise:

Grain Store measuring 11m x 6m of traditional stone construction with a metal sheet roof. Concrete floor, power and water supply.

Calf shed measuring 17.5m x 7m of traditional stone construction with a metal sheet roof and concrete floor. Power supply.

Workshop measuring 9m x 7m of traditional stone construction with a slate roof and concrete floor. Power supply and storage attic above.

Garage measuring 7m x 3m of traditional stone and slate construction with a concrete floor. Power supply.

Byre measuring 16.5m x 5.5m of traditional stone and slate construction with a concrete floor. Power supply.

Wood Store measuring 8m x 6m of traditional stone and slate construction with cobbled floor. Power supply. Adjoining outside WC.

The land is mainly Class 4 with some areas of Class 5 as defined by The Macaulay Institute for Soil Research. It is formed in 19 field areas and has been extensively worked by the vendor for the last 50 years. The farmer operates a contracting business from the farm and has access to a wide range of machinery. All the fields have been actively ploughed and rotated between new grass and Spring Barley. The present land use can be summarised as:

Use Acres Hectares

Spring Barley 69.53 28.14

Grass 79.01 31.97

Roads/Buildings etc 2.98 1.21

Total 151.52 61.32.

The boundary fencing is in stock proof condition and there is water to the fields. There is a boarded up stone barn within the fields.

The farming operation land has been grazing by a herd of hill cows with the barley and silage production used for feed and wintering. Sheep are wintered on the land annually.

The vendor is retaining hill ground to the north west of the fields being offered for sale in Lot 1. Two turbines are being erected on this land. There is a separate access from the public road to the turbines for installation and maintenance. Access will not be required via the land being offered for sale.

Approximately 82.55 acres (33.41 Ha) will be available to let for grazing by negotiation.

LOT 2 55.36 Acres (22.40 Ha).

An excellent block of Class 4 land as defined by the Macaulay Institute for Soil Research. The land is ploughable grassland and has been used for both arable crops and grass production. All the fields are presently in grass and are suitable for hay and silage production.

The land is formed in 5 field areas with stock proof boundary fencing and access to natural water with The Gryfe Water forming the southern boundary to this lot.

There is access from the public road to this lot.

GENERAL REMARKS & INFORMATION

VIEWING Strictly by appointment through the selling agents. Contact Baird Lumsden during office hours, Monday to Friday 9.00 - 5.00. Tel: 01786 833800.

ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE The farmhouse is rated as F(26).

COUNCIL TAX The farmhouse is Band G.

BASIC PAYMENT SCHEME - The farm is registered for the basic payment scheme and a claim has been made for all acres. Any payments made or due by the completion date will be retained by the vendor.

SPORTING RIGHTS & TIMBER The sporting rights are held in hand and will be included in the sale. All standing and fallen timber is included.

LOTTING - It is intended to offer the property for sale as described but the seller reserves the right to divide the property into further lots, or to withdraw the property or to exclude any part of the property shown in these particulars. If the property is sold in more than one lot, appropriate access and servitude rights with equitable maintenance arrangements may be imposed by the sellers.

CONTRACTING BUSINESS & MACHINERY - The vendors have operated a successful contracting business from the farm and have an extensive range of machinery. They are willing to have discussions with interested parties regarding the business and the purchase of machinery. A machinery list is available on request.

INGOING VALUATION - The purchaser(s) of Priestside Farm shall, in addition to the purchase price, be obliged to take over and pay for at a valuation to be agreed between two valuers, one acting for the each party, or an arbiter appointed by the valuers, or failing agreement as to the appointment by the President, for the time being, of the Royal institute of Chartered Surveyors (Scottish Branch), the following:

1. All cultivations carried out in preparation for this year`s crop to be valued on a labour and machinery basis.
2. All growing crops on a seeds, labour, lime, fertiliser, sprays and machinery basis with an increment representing the enhanced value of the establishment and age of such crops.
3. All silage, hay, barley, straw, fodder, roots and farmyard manure and other produce at market value.
4. All oils, fuel, fertilisers, sprays, chemicals, seeds and sundries at cost.


Particulars and photos prepared August 2015.


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  • Port Glasgow (2.1 mi)
  • Woodhall (2.1 mi)
  • Bogston (2.6 mi)
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Nearest stations

  • Port Glasgow (2.1 mi)
  • Woodhall (2.1 mi)
  • Bogston (2.6 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Baird Lumsden, Bridge of Allan

The Mill, Bridge of Allan, Stirling FK9 4JS

01786 633431 Local call rate

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