Buildings at Old Hall Farm

Newton Stewart, Newton Stewart, Dumfries & Galloway, South West Scotland, DG8 6HU

Offers Over £99,000

1.17 acres

  • Former agricultural steading with planning permission for two residential houses.
  • Offers a diverse range of uses. Area of amenity woodland.
  • Edge of town location, close proximity to local amenities.
  • Views over Galloway Hills and surrounding countryside.
  • 1.17 acres
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DESCRIPTION A range of former agricultural buildings with planning permission for the development of two residential dwellings - Planning Ref: 20/2098/FUL. The buildings for development comprise two traditional stone and slate byres.Within the current planning permission, a number of the agricultural buildings are required to be removed to allow for the residential development. SERVICESNearby services to be connected by purchasers.Barn 1A single storey barn with permission for 4 bedroom property with bathroom, kitchen diner, utility room and living room. Barn 2A two storey barn with permission for a 4 bedroom house with bathroom, kitchen diner and living room. Other buildings on the site include a range of pole barns and steel portal frame sheds with a grass area to the front and amenity woodland to the rear. Under the current planning permission, the barns lie within a courtyard setting with central space for car parking. To the rear, each barn has its own private garden.SITUATIONThe Buildings at Old Hall Farm are in a private location on the edge of the town of Newton Stewart. Formerly a working farm, the original farmhouse, under separate ownership, lies to the south of the buildings separated by a fence. Newton Stewart was founded in the mid-17th century by William Stewart, the youngest son of the second Earl of Galloway and developed to become a market town. The town is situated on the banks of the River Cree and known as the Gateway to the Galloway Hills. Newton Stewart offers a wide range of shops and offices, three primary schools, two supermarkets, health centre and a community cinema as well as the secondary school and leisure centre. The adjoining town of Minnigaff is home to an 18 hole golf course and club house. Wigtown, Scotland’s Book Town, which is approximately 7.8 miles from the property, holds an annual Book Festival and is home to many bookshops and cafes. The famous Bladnoch Distillery is located just outside the town. The communications to the area are good, with regular flights to London and mainland Europe from Prestwick 46 miles north, and also Glasgow and Edinburgh Airports 80 and 113 miles respectively. There is a main line railway stations in Stranraer, Dumfries and Lockerbie. The M74 motorway network is accessible at Gretna.DIRECTIONS Heading south on the A714 from Girvan to Newton Stewart, follow King Street onto Arthur Street into Newton Stewart and take a right approximately 100 yards after the police station heading up hill onto Windsor Road. For 0.4 miles continue straight up beyond five left hand junctions until you arrive at Old Hall Farm.POST CODE DG8 6HU WHAT3WORDSTo find this property location to within 3 metres, download and use What3Words and enter the following 3 words: frosted.gladiator.local SOLICITORSJohn Roddick & Sons52 High StreetAnnanDG12 6ALLOCAL AUTHORITYDumfries and Galloway CouncilFIXTURES AND FITTINGSNo items are included unless specifically mentioned in these particulars.VIEWINGSStrictly by appointment with the Selling Agents. Due to the dilapidated condition of some of the buildings, viewings are strictly byappointment only.Access to the old steading buildings are prohibited. Viewing times will only be permitted during daylight hours.