Pinmore, Girvan, South Ayrshire, KA26 0TN

Offers Over £375,000

3.14 acres

Bedroom Count icon 4

Reception Count icon 2

Bathroom Count icon 2

  • A delightful family home with land in a picturesque rural location.
  • About 3.14 acres (1.27 hectares).
  • 2 Reception Rooms, 4 Bedrooms.
  • Comfortable family accommodation.
  • Fully stocked garden with stream.
  • Grazing land with field shelter.
  • Outbuildings and stables.
  • Arena.

Asslefoot Farm is a delightful family home with river frontage in a picturesque rural location. Situated close to the pretty villages of Barr and Pinwherry in the heart of the Stinchar Valley in South Ayrshire. The seaside town of Girvan offers a good range of shops and services including a community hospital. Barr (5.5 miles) and Colmonell (6 miles) have well-regarded primary schools with secondary schooling in Girvan. The nearest private school is in Ayr (about 27 miles). Ayr has an excellent range of shops, supermarkets, leisure and sports facilities, a cinema and art galleries. The railway station in Girvan provides regular services to Glasgow and Stranraer. Glasgow is within easy reach via the A77 and M77 and Glasgow Prestwick Airport (31 miles) offers regular international flights. There is a regular ferry service from Stranraer (about 28 miles) to Ireland. Nestled in the Stinchar Valley, the area is a popular destination for those seeking outdoor pursuits. There are a number of excellent designated walking routes in the area and some excellent cycle paths including the nearby Changue Forest with a network of nearly 20 miles of paths and tracks available, being one of the many designated cycling routes in the area. Kayaking is available at nearby Loch Maberry. The River Stinchar is a famous salmon fishery and is renowned for its autumn run. To the north, is Turnberry about 12 miles, with world class golfing facilities and a luxury hotel and spa, and there is also an excellent 18 hole course at Girvan.Asselfoot Farm was originally the home farm for Pinmore Castle, it is an attractive country dwelling built over two storeys of stone with an attractive white render finish under a slate roof and provides a comfortable family home, enjoying a fabulous location overlooking the beautiful Stinchar Valley.The accommodation comprises an entrance porch leading to the dining kitchen with wood fired Aga, a good range of wall and base units, granite worktops and Amtico flooring. The hall complete with American pine doors provides access to a beautifully appointed sitting and dining room both with coving, centre roses, dual aspect windows, ornate fireplaces and wooden flooring. The study/bedroom 5 has laminate flooring and a multi fuel burner set in a wooden surround. The conservatory has a lovely view over the garden and valley to the Stinchar. Completing the ground floor is a w.c. An attractive wooden staircase rises to the first floor where there are four bedrooms, the master having an attractive cast iron fireplace and dual aspect windows. The bathroom has a free standing bath, wash hand basin, bidet and w.c. whilst the shower room has a built in shower/sauna unit.Ground Floor: Kitchen, Porch, Study, Sitting Room, Dining Room, Conservatory, w.c.First Floor: 4 Bedrooms, Shower/Sauna Room, Bathroom.The farmhouse and buildings are accessed via private gates to a large courtyard with extensive parking and bounded with many fruit trees including plum, cooking apples, eating apples and redcurrants. There is an attached workshop with loft, stable, barn, log store, chicken runs, field shelter and arena. The whole property sits in approximately 3.14 acres. Single bank salmon fishing on the River Stinchar is available by separate negotiation. The very pretty and private garden has a delightful stream running through it with two wooden bridges and a fish pond. In addition to the decking area there are a number of seating areas to enjoy the tranquil gardens. There are a variety of mature trees, shrubs and flowers including copper beach, azaleas, rhododendron, laburnum, snow drops, bluebells and daffodils which provide year round colour. Former Lorry Shed (About 11.56m x 6.64m)Brick built with corrugated roof and concrete floor and stalls. Power, light and water.Open Shed (About 5.4m x 5.4m)Workshop (About 8.53m x 4.93m) with loft (About 3.92m x 4.94m)Stone built with slate roof and flagstone floor. Power and light.Stable (About 5.35m x 5.15m)Stone built with slate roof. Water and light.Log Store/ShedArenaMixed sand surface.Asselfoot Farm sits in about 3.14 acres of land and has a grazing paddock sheltered by woodland and is accessed from the garden and track. There is a field shelter in the paddock.A right of access will be granted over the road coloured yellow in our site plan.From Girvan take the A714 (signposted to Newton Stewart). Follow the road for about 6 miles. Go under the viaduct and follow the road going under it again, carry on for about 500 metres, Asselfoot is then on your left hand side.KA26 0TNWHAT3WORDSTo find this property location to within 3 metres, download and use What3Words and enter the following 3 words: ///myths.scowls.putts