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Extending to about 4.65 ha (11.5 acres), Starmyres is a charming small lifestyle farm comprising an impressive recently improved traditional farmhouse, a range of useful traditional and modern outbuildings including a large barn currently used as 3 loose ...
Extending to about 4.65 ha (11.5 acres), Starmyres is a charming small lifestyle farm comprising an impressive recently improved traditional farmhouse, a range of useful traditional and modern outbuildings including a large barn currently used as 3 loose boxes, excellent grazing land suitable for horses or other livestock and a 20m x 40m riding arena.
Starmyres Farmhouse is likely to date back to the late 1800s and is constructed of stone under a pitched slate roof. Later additions have extended the accommodation to create a charming family home of considerable character. From the front garden, the front door leads to a well lit hall and on to a cosy sitting room with an attractive fireplace and a shelved alcove. The spacious dining room also has a delightful fireplace with a wood burning stove and a back boiler that supplements the recently installed oil central heating system. There is a well equipped kitchen with fine views over the yard and steading as well as a good sized utility / rear hall with a large walk in storage cupboard. Also on the ground floor is a study which could also be used as a third bedroom. On the first floor, are a family bathroom and 2 bedrooms with large windows overlooking the garden and fields beyond. The house has considerable character and has been greatly improved by the current owners in recent years. It has a newly installed heating system, double glazing, attractive exposed wooden floors and excellent built in storage space. Outside, there is an enclosed garden with areas of lawn and a number of mature plants and shrubs.
Located to the rear of the house and across the yard is a superb traditional steading, part of which have also been recently upgraded with a new profile steel roof. The steading includes stabling for up to 6 horses, a workshop, implement store, tack room and loft space and currently provides excellent storage as well as long term development potential to create a new dwelling on site (subject to planning). The farm buildings include:
Predominantly constructed of stone under a slate and profile steel sheet roof with a concrete floor, all with power and lighting. Includes:
Garage / Workshop. About 3.7 m x 13.0m (121 x 427)
Floored Loft. About 8.0m x 4.3m (262 x 141)
Tack Room. About 4.0m x 5.7m (131 x 188)
Stable 1. About 4.0m x 3.6m (131 x 119)
Stable 2. About 4.0m x 4.2m (131 x 139)
Stable 3. About 4.1m x 4.0m (135 x 131) (used as a kennel).
Stable 4. About 4.1m x 3.3m (135 x 109) (used as a kennel)
Stable 5. About 4.3m x 5.8m (141 x 19)
Stable 6. About 4.3m x 2.9m (141 x 96)
Feed Store. About 4.0m x 5.9m (131 x 194)
Adjoining the steading is a timber built log store under an asbestos roof (about 4.3m x 5.1m) (141 x 168).
Tractor / Hay shed. About 10.5 x 12.3m (345 x 404)
Steel framed with corrugated tin roof and hardcore floor (part concrete)
General Purpose Shed. About 18.1m x 5.7m (594 x 188)
A superb modern building with a steel portal frame, profile steel side cladding and roof, lights, earth floor, water supply, divided into 3 loose boxes (the internal partition walls are removable).
General Store. About 9.0m x 5.0m (296 x 154)
Nissan hut style general store.
Land & Equestrian Facilities
In total, Starmyres extends to about 4.65 ha (11.5 acres) and includes excellent quality grazing and exercise land suitable for horses or other livestock and divided between 3 main enclosures. The land is well fenced (mostly with top wire electrified) and watered and can be accessed directly from the private driveway leading up from the public road. There is a magnificent ménage (about 20m x 40m) with a post and rail fence and a drained wood chip base.