Newlands Farm Lot 1

Maybole, South Ayrshire, KA19 8LX

Offers Over £525,000

16.14 acres

Bedroom Count icon 3

Reception Count icon 4

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  • Lot 1: Farmhouse, buildings in about 16.14 acres of land.
  • Remarkable spacious farmhouse renovated to a high standard (2,780 sq.ft).
  • Adjoining adaptable wing currently being utilised as a home office (1,460 sq.ft).
  • A range of useful modern agricultural buildings including stabling.
  • Private secluded position with all-encompassing views over the stunning South Ayrshire countryside.

Newlands Farm is located 7 miles south west of Maybole and benefits from commanding views to the south overlooking the scenic South Ayrshire countryside. Maybole has access to a wide range of local amenities, including a post office, co-op, primary and secondary schooling and a range of independent businesses. Newlands Farm is well placed for access to the larger market town of Ayr (16 miles) whilst Glasgow City is about 53 miles distant and can be reached via the A/M77. There are railway stations in Maybole and Ayr with both having regular connections to Glasgow and beyond. Prestwick Airport, some 24 miles distant, has a wide range of international flights.Ayrshire is renowned for its attractive coastline and world famous links golf courses including Turnberry, Prestwick and Royal Troon. The enchanting Culzean Castle Estate with its famous Robert Adam’s cliff-top castle, woods, beaches, secret follies, play parks and coffee/gift shop is about 7 miles distant. Excellent yachting facilities can be found at the marinas in Troon, Ardrossan and Largs. There is 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. The farm is well placed for equestrian enthusiasts with some quiet hacking routes.Newlands Farm is offered for sale as a whole or in 3 lots.Lot 1: Farmhouse, buildings in about 16.14 acres (6.53 Ha)Newlands Farm benefits from a most spacious, well-appointed farmhouse which is positioned separately from the farm steading and has impressive views over the surrounding countryside. The original farmhouse has been refurbished and upgraded over a number of years with extensions being added to provide versatile living space over two levels. It is finished in an attractive cream rendered roughcast under a pitched slate roof.The accommodation is over two floors and comprises the following:Ground Floor:The large dining kitchen is fitted with a good range of floor and wall mounted units with complementary worktops, a ‘Stoves’ range cooker, dual-fuel electric oven and gas hobs, integrated fridge and dishwasher. The central island with Beech worktop houses further storage space. The sitting room is flooded with natural light and has a multi fuel stove set in a brick surround with wooden mantlepiece. There are French doors leading out to the southwesterly facing lawned gardens. Leading from the bright welcoming hallway there is a dining room (connecting door to the sitting room), porch, cupboard area and guest bedroom. The large family bathroom is enhanced with an impressive iron fireplace with wood surround, clawfoot freestanding bath, shower, w.c., wash hand basin and linen cupboard. At the end of the hallway there is a utility room with cloakroom and w.c. The extended wing was constructed in 2009 and is currently used as a home office however it was built for easy conversion to provide additional accommodation whether it be in the form of further living space, a granny flat or a holiday let which would provide supplementary income (subject to any necessary consents or permissions). The wing presently comprises of a w.c., kitchenette, storage cupboard, meeting room and large open plan office space with three separate office rooms. The wing is adjoined to the main house via the utility room but also has its own separate access from the front of the property.First Floor:Bedroom, master bedroom with adjoining dressing room and en-suite (with shower, w.c. and wash hand basin).The room layout and dimensions are laid out in more detail in the floor plans contained within this brochure.The garden lies to the front of the property in two lawned areas separated by a driveway which leads to the extended wing. The rear of the property is laid out in monoblock offering ample space for car parking. There is small raised area for seating and a greenhouse.Farm BuildingsNewlands Farm benefits from a number of useful agricultural buildings namely the following:1. General Purpose Shed with stable block & wash bay - of steel portal frame construction, block walls, box profile clad and roofing, concrete floor and timber sliding doors with water and electricity. Within this shed, there are three stables (each 12’ x 12’) with one smaller one.2. Straw Court - of steel portal frame construction with 1 apex and 1 lean to with block and brick walls, fibre cement clad and Yorkshire boarding clad, concrete floor with water and electricity (Apex – 18.3m x 7.8m) (Lean to – 9.0m x 5.30m).3. Workshop - of steel portal frame construction, block and brick walls, concrete floor, tin clad, roller shutter door under a fibre cement roof with electricity (7.8m x 9.8m).4. Hayshed - of steel portal frame construction, block walls, tin clad, fibre cement roof, concrete floor, with wooden sleepers, electricity and water (23.0m x 7.4m).5. Straw Cattle Courts - of steel portal frame construction, block panel walls, stone floor, Yorkshire boarding, box profile clad (split into 4 straw pen courts) under a box profile roof benefitting from water and electricity (30.5m x 19.3m).Newlands Farm also benefits from a concrete midden, storage area for bales and a 15 Tonne feed bin located centrally within the steading.Lot 1 FarmlandThe land is principally classified Grade 4(2) by the James Hutton Institute. The land rises from approximately 135m to 175m above sea level at its highest point. The land is currently down to pasture with a proportion of the fields being cut for silage and hay in the summer months. The fields are serviced by a mix of natural burns and troughs.