If you have ever dreamed of escaping to a simpler life in the Scottish countryside but fear that you'd be left without enough to keep you occupied then leading property consultancy, CKD Galbraith have the answer.
Creag Farm located in Torinturk, Argyll is a small amenity farm comprising of a traditional four bedroom farmhouse with extensive outbuildings and an area of grazing land extending to about 10 acres, all with far-reaching views over the spectacular countryside.
The outbuildings include a 50 meter steading adjoining the farmhouse to the south, suspected to be the longest steading building in Argyll! This building has been utilised in the past as stables, workshops and for general storage but offers superb development potential, subject to obtaining the necessary consents, and a fantastic project to keep the new owners amused.
The land included in the sale is mainly rough grazing and amenity woodland which is fenced in places and was previously grazed by the owner's horses. There is also a small area of garden ground surrounding the house, including fruit bushes and raised beds, perfect for those looking to start growing their own fruit and veg. Creag Farm offers buyers the opportunity to purchase a sustainable home, complete with its own biomass heating system, and the rural lifestyle that most dream of.
The accommodation itself is warm and comfortable and consists of a small utility area, a kitchen complete with delightful features such as a Belfast sink and oil-fired Rayburn and a large living room with a stove all on the ground floor. On the first floor there are four spacious double bedrooms, one with an en-suite shower room, and a separate family bathroom.
Niall Macalister Hall, handling the sale for CKD Galbraith, said: "Creag Farm represents the chance to purchase a fantastic rural property but also the opportunity to live the good life', to grow your own food, keep livestock and enjoy the fresh air!
"Located to the south west of the fishing village of Tarbert the property benefits from excellent local services and amenities. There is a regular bus service from Tarbert, both north and south, and an excellent service to Glasgow city centre. There is school bus which collects children from the end of the farm road and goes to Tarbert's primary and secondary schools."
Creag Farm is on the market for a guide price of 275,000. For further information please contact CKD Galbraith's Stirling office on 01786 434600