Views from Rynachulaig Farm
Views from Rynachulaig Farm

A productive farm hits the property market

A productive and compact livestock farm on the banks of Loch Tay is currently available for purchase.

Galbraith  is handling the sale of Rynachulaig Farm in Stirlingshire, situated in an elevated position with outstanding views over the loch and surrounding hills.

The farm includes 36 hectares (91.38 acres) in all of productive hill ground and pasture land, a modern farmhouse built in 2016, a good range of modern farm buildings and farmyard, and the title rights to graze 300 ewes on an area of adjoining hill ground owned by the National Trust for Scotland.

Rynachulaig farmhouse is a one-and-a-half storey, one-bedroom house built in 2016, with an attractive open-plan kitchen-dining-sitting room with floor-to-ceiling windows and oak flooring.

The house also has a boot room, utility room, bathroom and separate shower room. The upper floor of the property has the potential to be converted into additional accommodation.

Views from Rynachulaig Farm

The farmland provides an excellent mix of productive in bye pasture and hill grazing and currently forms the basis of a productive upland stock rearing unit.

The land has been classified by the James Hutton Institute as being Grade 4.2 and the land has carried approximately 450 of a hefted sheep flock in recent years. The existing hefted sheep flock on the farm is offered along with the farm by separate negotiation.

Duncan Barrie, who is handling the sale for Galbraith said: ‘This is an excellent opportunity to acquire a compact working farm in a lovely location.

‘This area is well known sheep farming country and the proximity to Stirling Agricultural Centre is a notable bonus. The farmhouse is two years old and is in excellent condition inside and out.

‘The house has the potential to be extended, subject to the necessary planning consents, on the upper level.

‘The purchaser of Rynachulaig will be able to step in and continue the farming business in a relatively straightforward manner. This could be an ideal opportunity for anyone wishing to farm on a small-scale and enjoy the beauty of this part of the country.’

The barn at Rynachulaig Farm

The land at Rynachulaig extends to 91.38 acres in all and is split into two blocks by the public road.  The hill ground to the north of the public road extends to approximately 32.02 Ha (79.12 Acres) and the in bye pasture to the south of the road extends to approximately 4.71 Ha (11.64 Acres).

Rynachulaig Farm is located in an area renowned for the high quality of its stock and sporting opportunities. The surrounding areas are also well catered for by a range of agricultural suppliers and facilities including the renowned market at Stirling Agricultural Centre which provides a first-class outlet for stock reared on the farm.

In the last 12 months, more than 100 farms and blocks of farmland totalling over 15,000 acres, with a value in excess of £100 million, were marketed by Galbraith in Scotland.

The firm offers the most comprehensive network of Agricultural Mortgage Corporation agents in the country, who can help to secure agricultural and rural business loans through the AMC. Many Galbraith agents also run their own farms, providing first-hand experience of the business. The Galbraith farm sales team in Stirling is complemented by planning consultants, building surveyors and agribusiness specialists. Galbraith frequently handles sensitive sales off market.

The property enjoys beautiful views over the surrounding countryside and across Loch Tay but is only four miles from the village of Killin, which has a primary school and a good range of shops and cafes.

Rynachulaig Farm is for sale through Galbraith for offers over £470,000. For further details contact the firm’s Stirling office on 01786 434600 or email