The land extends to about 543.4 acres (about 219.9 hectares) and the property includes an extensive range of farm buildings and a three-bedroom traditional farmhouse.
Duncan Barrie, a partner with Galbraith, said:
This is an excellent commercial livestock unit situated in a spectacular setting within the national park, an area nationally and internationally renowned for the beauty of its scenery.
The farm is for sale as a whole, or in two lots, and as result we expect the holding to appeal to local farming operations keen to expand, but also to buyers from further afield looking to relocate to this beautiful part of the country and run a commercial beef and sheep enterprise.
The farmland at Hillhead of Catter is classified by The James Hutton Institute as Grade 3.2, with some smaller areas of Grade 4.1 and Grade 5.
The farmhouse and range of modern and traditional farm buildings are located centrally within the holding and all of the fields have access from a network of farm tracks or directly from the public roads.
Hillhead of Catter Farmhouse is a traditional stone-built farmhouse providing well-proportioned accommodation including three bedrooms and three public rooms. There is a small garden area located to the front and west of the property which benefits from views over the surrounding countryside.
There is an excellent range of modern and traditional buildings which are situated in a group close to the farmhouse. Briefly, these include two large cattle courts, a traditional barn, a pole barn, three silage clamps, a slurry tower and a separate garage.
The popular village of Croftamie is only one mile to the east, while the village of Drymen about 2.5 miles to the north, offers an excellent range of local amenities. Glasgow is 17 miles to the south east.
Hillhead of Catter Farm is for sale as a whole or in two lots, as follows:
Lot 1: Offers Over £1,600,000
Lot 2: Offers Over £95,000