Littleton Farm

Maybole, South Ayrshire, KA19 7PD

Offers Over £375,000

3.26 acres

Bedroom Count icon 6

Reception Count icon 3

Bathroom Count icon 2

  • A most delightful small farm with land and buildings.
  • Maybole 1 mile.
  • About 3.26 acres.
  • Farmhouse: 2 Reception Rooms, 4 Bedrooms, Kitchen, Bathroom.
  • Cottage: 2 Bedrooms, Sitting Room, Kitchen, Bathroom, Stores.
  • Requiring modernisation.
  • Range of traditional outbuildings with development potential subject to the necessary consents.
  • Stunning open countryside views in a private location.
  • Superb lifestyle or equestrian opportunity.
  • Potential for further land.

Littleton Farm is a delightful small farm occupying an idyllic unspoilt rural situation about 9 miles south of Ayr, amidst the Ayrshire countryside. It has the most meandering lane leading to the farm. There is a 4 bedroom farmhouse, adjoining 2 bedroom stone cottage in about 3.26 acres inall. Situated a short distance from the village of Maybole which has access to a wide range of local amenities, including post office and a co-op and a range of independent businesses. Alloway Village (6 miles), the birthplace of Scotland’s poet Robert Burns, is one of the prettiest and most desirable of Ayrshire villages, with the Robert Burns Birthplace Museum with museum café and a popular primary school, whilst Ayr itself offers excellent amenities including a private coeducational school, cinema, hospital and a wide range of shops, restaurants and supermarkets. Glasgow is about 46 miles distant and can be reached via the A/M77, which can be accessed locally by Maybole (about 1 miles). There are railway stations in Maybole and Ayr both have regular connections to Glasgow and beyond. Prestwick Airport, some 16 miles distant, has a wide range of international flights. Ayrshire is renowned for its attractive coastline and world famous links golf courses, including Turnberry (about 8 miles) and Royal Troon (about 17.5 miles). The enchanting Culzean Castle Estate is 6 miles with its famous Robert Adam’s cliff-top castle, woods, beaches, secret follies, play parksand coffee/gift shop. Excellent yachting facilities can be found at the marinas in Troon, Ardrossan and Largs. There is all year round horse racing at Ayr Racecourse including the Scottish Grand National. There are several interesting walks in the area including the Kildoon Hill, a relatively straightforward circular route from Maybole including an ascent of local landmark Kildoon Hill.Littleton Farm is a traditional two storey stone farmhouse, adjoining single storey cottage, outbuildings and courtyard sitting in approximately 3.26 acres. Littleton Farm also benefits from a useful range of brick and stone buildings which could be suitable for a number of uses including crafting, glamping and equestrian subject to the necessary planning consents.Farmhouse:Ground Floor: Living Room, Sitting Room, Kitchen, Bedroom, Porch. Wash Room. Store.First Floor: 3 Bedrooms, Bathroom.On the ground floor, there is a living room with fireplace and tile surround, kitchen with solid fuel stove and floor units, sitting room with tiled fireplace, bedroom, store and wash room. On the first floor landing there is a bathroom with separate shower enclosure and stairs leading to 3 bedrooms.Cottage:Ground Floor: Sitting Room, 2 Bedrooms, Kitchen, Bathroom, 2 Stores.The cottage has 2 stores, sitting room, 2 bedrooms, bathroom and a kitchen. Heating is from a multi fuel stove boiler.Littleton Farm comprises an attractive stone and slate traditional farmhouse built on two storeys painted white with blue window trims, with an adjoining two bedroom single storey cottage. The farmhouse and cottage together require comprehensive modernisation but offer the opportunity to create a superb lifestyle opportunity.Store: About 4.68m x 2.71mBrick with concrete floor.Field Shelter:Brick base with corrugated frame, earth floor.Barn: About 4.07 x 9.20mBrick with slate roof and concrete floor, sliding door entrance.With adjoining Store: About 2.34m x 3.992mBrick and stone.Wash Room: About 4.07m x 2.317mBrick with corrugated roof.Coal Shed: About 3.69m x 2.08mBrick and stone with corrugated roof.Traditional Barn: About 4.95m x 5.483mStone and slate. With adjoining brick lean-to.With external steps to floored loft area (about 6.57m x 4.91m and 5.43m x 4.93m).Workshop: About 4.97m x 6.783mStone and slate, power.Hay Shed:Former hay shed (dilapidated condition), timber and corrugated frame.Garage: About 5.17m x 10.78mBrick and asbestos cement roof, open doors, concrete floor.Field Shelter: About 10.67m x 5.58mBreezeblock frame with corrugated sheeting.Chicken coop:Corrugated steel frame.There is a lawned area to the north of the farmhouse with a well stocked orchard including apple, damsons and pears to the east. There is a large patio and a drying green. The tarmac courtyard has ample parking for several cars and vehicles and there is direct access to the paddock. LittletonFarm is delightfully situated in an idyllic private position with excellent views over the Ayrshire countryside.There is a useful paddock to the front of the property (graded 3(1) by the James Hutton Institute for Soil Research) and there may be more land available by separate negotiation. This is currently unfenced but will be fenced prior to the sale.Follow the A77 south of Ayr towards Maybole. At the new bypass roundabout, turn left for Maybole onto Cassillis Road. Once in Maybole, turn left onto the B7023 Crosshill Road and Littleton Farm is on the right hand side (at the farm sign).Littleton Farm, Maybole, South Ayrshire, KA19 7PDWHAT3WORDSTo find this property location to within 3 metres, download and use What3Words and enter thefollowing 3 words: