A farmhouse with traditional farm buildings is now for sale.
Presented by Galbraith, Holehouse Farm comes with 68.9 acres of land.
Holehouse Farm is a traditional stone and slate farmhouse with a rendered finish built over two storeys.
The farmhouse has been in the current owner’s family for 113 years has been upgraded over recent years to include a new boiler, double glazing and a new bathroom.
The accommodation comprises a bright entrance porch, reception hall with access to the lounge with open fire, attractive coving and alcove providing storage and display, the living room with dual aspect windows has a gas fire set in a brick surround, a glazed panelled door gives access to the dining room.
The kitchen is fitted with wall and floor mounted units and an Esse range cooker. There is a most useful pantry/utility room from the kitchen.
The home office is a good size and could be converted to a cloakroom/wc if required.
The upper floor is reached via an attractive mahogany staircase.
There are three generously sized bedrooms which share the family bathroom which is fully tiled has been tastefully fitted with bath with power shower over, wash hand basin set in vanity unit, heated towel rail and w.c.
There is considerable scope to extend the house into the adjoining stone outbuildings, or indeed to create separate dwellings (subject to planning permission being obtained).
Adjoining the farmhouse are: two attic rooms; storage room; utility room; lean-to for log storage; two byres; a bothy; workshop; former stable (used for feed for sheep); hay shed; implement shed; utility shed; bull house and lamb’s house; former midden.
The land is IACS registered and is about 229m above sea level. The land is classified as LFA. According to the James Hutton Institute the majority of the land is classified Grade 6(1) being suitable for grazing. The grazing land has been well maintained and is generally well fenced. Water to the land in Lot 1 comes from a burn.
The sporting rights are included in the sale, insofar as they are owned, although these have not been exercised in recent years.
All fallen and standing timber is included in the sale insofar as they are owned.
Holehouse Farm is located in a superb elevated setting with commanding views over Largs and towards the Firth of Clyde. Largs is a renowned and popular seaside resort, which retains local character and charm whilst having a considerable range of amenities.
The town has many attractions, including the award winning Vikingar centre, which celebrates the town’s historic Viking connections. It also has a swimming pool and fitness centre.
Nearby is the world famous Nardini’s ice-cream parlour and café. Other local attractions include Largs Yacht Haven with Scotts Bar and Restaurant, and regular ferry connections from Largs Pier to Great Cumbrae, and Weymss Bay to the Isle of Bute. Kelburn Castle and Estate (1 mile) has a wide range of activities including mountain biking, adventure courses and the Kelburn Glen waterfall and deep gorge walks.
The town is well situated for easy access to Glasgow, about 32 miles, via the A737/M8. There is a regular train service from Largs Station. Glasgow and Prestwick Airports have a full range of scheduled services and are 25 and 27 miles away respectively. Both primary and secondary schooling are available in Largs whilst private schooling is available at St Columbas at Kilmacolm (20 miles), Renfrewshire.
The Ayrshire coastline is renowned for its range of outdoor activities including golf courses which include Royal Troon, Prestwick, Turnberry and Largs. In addition to Largs Golf Club there is also a municipal course at Routenburn. There is a popular racecourse in Ayr, and for yachting enthusiasts, some of the best sailing in the West Coast of Scotland.
For further details, visit HERE.
The agents will consider offers over £450,000.