Hillend of Heateth is situated in a secluded and private location but within a short distance of Auchinleck. The former mining town has a good range of local facilities which include supermarket, hotel, butchers and bakers. There is a railway …
Hillend of Heateth is situated in a secluded and private location but within a short distance of Auchinleck. The former mining town has a good range of local facilities which include supermarket, hotel, butchers and bakers. There is a railway station with connections to Ayr and beyond. There are currently two primary schools and a secondary in the town and the new Barony Campus is due to open within the next year providing nursery, primary, secondary and supported learning education. In addition it will have a state-of-the-art sports centre and outdoor facilities providing enhanced leisure and recreational facilities to the local community.
Auchinleck Estate is nearby and there is a popular coffee and gift shop (Boswells Coach House) within the estate grounds along with enjoyable riverside walks. Auchinleck Mansion House, was built by Lord Auchinleck, James Boswell in the late 1700s. Dumfries House Estate also close by is one of Britains most beautiful stately homes with an outstanding collection of 18th century furniture, beautiful walled gardens and coffee house.
An attractive farmhouse very privately situated down a daffodil lined drive. Built of stone under a slate roof, the accommodation comprises living room with dual aspect windows, multi fuel stove set in stone surround with wooden mantle and shelved alcove. There is a large dining kitchen with base and wall mounted units, tiled floor, multi fuel stove, integrated double oven, electric hob, fridge and dishwasher. From the kitchen there is a large utility room with plumbing for a washing machine, access to the garden and a useful store room. There is one bedroom on the ground floor with dual aspect windows and a picture rail and the family bathroom has a tiled floor, bath with Mira shower over, w.c and wash hand basin set in a vanity unit. Stairs lead to the first floor where there are two good sized bedrooms with coombed ceilings and a large storage cupboard. The house has retained much of its original charm with wood panelled doors and there is ample storage space throughout. Adjoining the house is a former byre which could be converted to further living accommodation if required (subject to necessary planning consents) and a small outhouse. There is plenty of off-road hacking adjacent to the property.
Hillend of Heateth is a registered smallholding and is eligible for single farm payments and subsidies.
Living room, bedroom, bathroom, kitchen, utility room, store room.
The rear garden is mainly down to lawn with some attractive trees including a Twisted Hazel and falls away to the Dippol Burn. Being in a tranquil location the garden is a peaceful haven for nature and wildlife.
In addition to the farm building adjoining the house there are a number of ancillary buildings:-
Garage (About 16 x 102)
Brick with white render and slate roof. Electricity.
Former dairy (About 18'4 x 9')
Stone built, slate roof and concrete floor. Electricity. Currently being used as a tack room.
5 stables (adjoining the house with a hayloft above)
Stone built with slate roof. Water and electricity.
Byre (About 296 x 22)
Stone and slate.
2 wooden stables (About 116 x 116 each)
Wood Store/Red corrugated shed
(About 298 x 202)
Floodlit arena (25m x 45m)
Wood chip fibre surface.
The property is surrounded by about 19 acres of good grazing land and is made up of 2 enclosures, 169m above sea level. The water is from the Dippol Burn which meanders along the south of the fields.