Greenburn Farm

Canonbie, Dumfries and Galloway, DG14 0SD

Offers Over £380,000

7.07 acres

Bedroom Count icon 3

  • 3 bedroom farmhouse
  • Garden
  • Range of traditional stone steading buildings
  • Modern, portal framed shed
  • 3.41 acres of grazing land
  • Potential for a variety of rural businesses

SITUATIONGreenburn Farm lies at the end of a private road, 0.5 miles from the B6318 and less than 1 mile north east of the hamlet of Claygate in the rolling Eskdale hills. The house occupies an elevated position with fine views over the surrounding countryside.The nearby village of Canonbie, only a mile from the border with England, benefits from a well regarded primary school with nursery facilities. Other local amenities include a Health Centre, Post Office/convenience store, village hall, recreation ground, church, hairdresser and hotel. The River Esk is well known for salmon and sea trout angling.Both the M6 and A74(M) motorways are within easy reach. Around 17 miles distant, Carlisle is the nearest cultural, commercial and industrial centre for the area. The city has good rail links to London (3.5 hrs), Glasgow (1hr) via the West Coast Main Line and to Edinburgh (1hr 15m).DESCRIPTIONThe traditional property faces south and is deceptively spacious. On the ground floor is a large utility/boot room, essential for a rural lifestyle. The kitchen dining room has a range of floor and wall units plus a fire place ensuring this is truly the heart of the home. The ground floor bedroom and sitting room are well proportioned with bright south facing rooms. Upstairs the two similar sized bedrooms are also south facing and offer good views over the surrounding countryside. There is a decent sized dressing room accessed from bedroom 1. The house provides ample storage from the built in cupboards and the cellar.The traditional steading comprises a mix of stone buildings plus some slightly more modern sheds. Of particular note is the impressive stone barn that was previously used as a hay store.Lying out with the main steading area is a second steading comprising more modern farm buildings. In particular is a large shed that has been used as winter housing for cattle. There is also basic livestock handling facilities plus additional housing and storage. There is provision for water and power to most of the buildings.Many of the structures at Greenburn Farm could be used as part of the small holding, rented out for a variety of uses or be suitable for conversion.ACCOMMODATIONGround Floor: Kitchen/dining room, sitting room, bedroom, utility room with shower room and pantry. First Floor:2 double bedrooms, dressing room, bathroom.GARDEN AND GROUNDSThere is an enclosed garden at the front of the house.LANDThe land at Greenburn Farm is divided into four grazing paddocks plus an area of rough grazing with mixed shrubs. BUILDINGSTraditional stone steading range currently laid out as;:Single garage (4.60m x 2.78m)Workshop (4.6m x 3.49m)Pony stable (3.59m x 2.63m)Feed store (3.65m x 1.91m)Cow byre (17.04m x 4.40m)Pen (4.85m x 4.29m)Storage shed (6.33m x 4.30m)Corrugated iron livestock housing (6.87m x 5.99m & 7.11 x 5.43m)Long barn currently laid out as:Lean to garage (5.77m x 4.15m)Storage shed (23.08m x 4.35m)Stone barn (9.21m x 4.77m)Modern steading comprising:6 span general purpose shed – concrete blocks with Yorkshire boarding and feed barriers (27.26m x 22.4m) and lean to shed (17.82m x 5.30m)Pole barn (13.54 x 5.14