The landholding extends to just over 125 acres, with the land currently all down to pasture and predominantly rated grade 3.2 by the James Hutton Institute. The land is divided into a series of enclosures and benefits from good access for farm vehicles.
The farmhouse is located in the centre of the landholding, and is now requiring complete modernisation and refurbishment, but benefits from an attractive outlook with traditional stone exteriors under a slate roof. In addition, a range of traditional farm buildings, are situated adjacent to the farmhouse and there is a yard area to the rear of the steading.
Duncan Barrie who is handling the sale of Old Kirk Farm said:
This sale represents an excellent opportunity for the right person to reinstate the farmhouse (subject to obtaining the necessary consents) and create a wonderful home to their own specifications.
Equally there are a good number of traditional farm buildings, which may offer further development or alternative use opportunities subject to obtaining the necessary building and planning consents. The property benefits from a sufficient area of farmland which would cater for a number of livestock or equestrian purposes, and the farm is situated in a private position with lovely views over this picturesque area of Scotland.
The nearby village of Balloch, less than two miles away, provides day-to- day services and amenities and is renowned for its scenery and as the gateway to the national park. The outlying settlements along Loch Lomond Shores, are home to a variety of shops, restaurants and the Loch Lomond Sea Life aquarium is also a major tourist attraction in the village.
Old Kirk Farm is being sold as a whole or in three lots, as follows:
- Lot 1 Offers Over £265,000
- Lot 2 Offers Over £200,000
- Lot 3 Offers Over £30,000
- As a whole: Offers Over £495,000.
For further information on the property please contact Galbraith.