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Pisgah Farmhouse

By Tarbolton, Mauchline, South Ayrshire, KA5 5ND

Offers Over £320,000


  • An attractive attached farmhouse in a delightful peaceful situation.

  • About 1.46 acres.

  • 3 Bedrooms.

  • Spacious open plan accommodation on ground floor.

  • 0.77 acre paddock.

  • Generous private gardens with lovely views.

  • Adjoining barn with planning permission for house.

Pisgah Farmhouse is an attached stone farmhouse commanding beautiful views over rolling Ayrshire countryside.

Ideally located for easy access to Ayr (8 miles), Tarbolton (3 miles), Troon (6 miles), and Prestwick (6 miles), with Glasgow City centre accessible in about …

Pisgah Farmhouse is an attached stone farmhouse commanding beautiful views over rolling Ayrshire countryside.

Ideally located for easy access to Ayr (8 miles), Tarbolton (3 miles), Troon (6 miles), and Prestwick (6 miles), with Glasgow City centre accessible in about 33 miles. There are excellent transport links in the area with a regular train service to Glasgow from Troon and Prestwick, whilst Glasgow Prestwick Airport is only 5 miles away offering regular scheduled international flights and Glasgow International Airport is 36 miles away.

Nearby, the conservation village of Symington (5 miles) has a primary school, new Co-op store, and a popular village pub, whilst there is a good range of local facilities available in Prestwick and Troon, with an excellent choice of restaurants, wine bars, tea rooms and boutique shopping. The delightful village of Craigie is nearby and the ruins of Craigie Castle located about 4 miles east of Pisgah. The village of Tarbolton has a new primary school, seasonal library and the popular Black Bull Inn. The County town of Ayr offers a wider range of amenities including excellent shopping, a wide choice of restaurants and various sports facilities. There is good schooling in the area.

This part of Ayrshire has an excellent coastal network of scenic towns and fine beach landscapes with the award winning beach at Troon overlooking the Isle of Arran. For horse riding, there is excellent hacking available around Pisgah along the quiet country lanes.

Built in 1905, Pisgah Farmhouse was previously a dairy farm and part of Ladykirk Estate. Approached by a set of gates, Pisgah Farmhouse occupies a large plot of about 1.46 acres to include a small grazing paddock. Built of stone and slate on two storeys with a white render finish, the farmhouse has an adjoining barn which has planning permission for a separate dwelling house (or, subject to the necessary consents, to extend the existing farmhouse).

Ground Floor: Living Room, Kitchen, Utility Room, Cloakroom w.c.

First Floor: 3 Bedrooms, Bathroom.

The house has been much improved recently by the current owners. The front entrance opens out to the hall and spacious living room with engineered oak floor, dual windows and the focal point of this room is a lovely art deco style fireplace. The open plan kitchen/dining area enjoys superb views over the gardens opening out to farmland views beyond the garden. The newly fitted kitchen with cream wall and floor units, 1.5 bowl sink, induction hob and separate integrated single oven with dining area. There is a useful utility room with new boiler and w.c., with access to the rear gardens.

On the first floor there are three bedrooms (one bedroom with separate shower, sink and w.c.) and a bathroom with bath, separate shower cubicle, w.c. and sink. Pisgah Farmhouse has oil fired central heating and ample storage throughout.

The property benefits from two separate entrance gates, one could be used for equestrian or other large vehicles if required. Set back from a quiet single track road in a beautiful tranquil position, there are stunning views over the surrounding Ayrshire countryside.

The property offers a large sheltered south facing garden with beautiful open views which is fenced and mainly down to grass with an area of gravel. There is generous parking for several vehicles on the gravelled driveway to the front of the farmhouse with an area of lawn, shrubs and mature trees.

There is a 0.77 acre paddock to the east with access to water. Access to it is from the public road entrance and via a right of access as shown on the plan.

From Sandyford Toll roundabout, take the A719 and then first left onto the A719 (signed for Galston). Proceed along this road for about 2.5 miles and turn left onto a single track road immediately after the farm. Proceed along this road for just under 1 mile and Pisgah Farmhouse is on the left hand side through the gates.

Pisgah Farmhouse, Tarbolton, Mauchline, South Ayrshire, KA5 5ND

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There is planning permission for change of use of the adjacent structure to form a dwelling house. Planning Ref 19/00628/APP, dated 11th October 2019.

There is an electricity wayleave for Pisgah Farmhouse.