Boreland Farm

Kirkmichael, Blairgowrie, PH10 7NR

Offers Over £1,200,000

70.07 acres

Bedroom Count icon 4

  • Beautifully presented farmhouse (4 bedrooms)
  • Holiday chalet and holiday pod
  • Extensive range of traditional and modern outbuildings offering workshops, garaging, stabling and storage
  • Grazing ground extending to about 61.1 acres
  • Woodland areas providing shelter and amenity
  • Highly scenic rural setting
  • Commanding outstanding views
  • EPC = C

SITUATIONBoreland Farm enjoys a south facing position immediately to the south of the village of Kirkmichael and about 12 miles north of Blairgowrie in the highly scenic and sought after county of Perthshire. Kirkmichael provides a primary school, community run village shop, village hall and 2 hotels. Blairgowrie offers a good array of wider services and facilities including a secondary school, medical centre, supermarket and independent retailers. The ‘Fair City’ of Perth lies about 29 miles to the south offering a broad range of facilities including national retailers, banks, theatre, cinema, concert hall leisure centre, ice rink and both railway and bus stations. Dundee can be reached in just an hour by car to the south east with 2 universities, V&A museum, shopping centres and airport with daily services to London.Perthshire is well served by agricultural merchants and dealers and there is a successful local machinery ring which can provide additional resources as and when required. There are two livestock markets in Stirling (approx. 60 miles south). The county of Perthshire offers a broad range of recreational activity’s many of which are within a comfortable distance of Boreland Farm. The surrounding hills and glens afford numerous interesting and varied walks while the ski slopes of Glenshee can be reached in approximately a 30 minute car journey to the north. For the golfer there are 18 hole courses at Blairgowrie, Dunkeld and Pitlochry. While stalking, shooting and fishing are all readily available locally. Dewar Centre ice rink in Perth is the home to the renowned and very active Perth Curling Club. DESCRIPTIONBoreland Farm is a well presented small farm extending to about 70.07 acres (28.36 hectares) centred on an attractive traditional farmhouse with an extensive range of both traditional and modern outbuildings together with a holiday chalet and holiday pod. Enjoying a slightly elevated position Boreland Farm benefits from a south facing aspect with the land predominantly down to permanent pasture with woodland areas offering good shelter and additional amenity.The farm drive leads directly off a minor public road lying just to the south of Kirkmichael, with the farm itself benefiting from a generous sized yard area, farm track and all fields are linked by gated entrances resulting in a practical unit.Boreland FarmhouseBoreland Farmhouse is a pretty house with stone and timber exterior under a slated roof. Under the current ownership, Boreland Farmhouse was extended and upgraded resulting in a most welcoming, well presented and good sized family home. The house is centred on the open plan kitchen, dining and sitting room which benefits from a triple aspect and doors leading out the garden. The bedrooms lie principally over the first floor with the fourth bedroom and shower room lying on the ground floor.The accommodation, over two floors, comprises: Ground Floor: Vestibule Hall, Open plan kitchen with dining and sitting room, utility room, cloakroom, boot room, bedroom 4, shower room, bathroom.First Floor: Landing with open plan study, principal bedroom with ensuite bathroom, two further bedrooms, shower room.Boreland Farmhouse has a lovely garden lying principally to the south. It is laid to lawn with a terraced seating area adjacent to the house and partly enclosed by a stone wall.Boreland Holiday ChaleBoreland Holiday Chalet lies just to the south of the farmhouse and is a well presented timber chalet providing an open plan living room, dining area and kitchen with two bedrooms and bathroom. It benefits from its own private garden lying immediately to the front with a parking area adjacent and accessed immediately off the farm drive.Boreland Holiday PodSituated to the west of the farmhouse is a recently built pod providing an open plan living room with kitchen, one bedroom and shower room. It has a parking area immediately adjacent and enjoys an attractive outlook over the farmland and scenic hills beyond.Farm OutbuildingsBoreland Farm has an extensive range of both modern and traditional outbuildings. Under the current ownership the traditional buildings have been maintained and improved with a number of modern buildings having been constructed. This has resulted in a superb and extensive range of buildings offering practical uses. Equally the buildings could be repurposed for alternative uses if desired, subject to obtaining the necessary consents. The buildings comprise:-• Tractor shed• Garage/workshop• Biomass boiler room/woodstore• Workshop• Double garage• Carport• Hay barn• Woodshed• Potato shed• Agricultural shed & stablesLAND AT BORELAND FARMBoreland Farm extends to approximately 70.07 acres (28.36 hectares) in total and is a ring-fenced unit lying just to the north of the A924 road with a farm drive leading directly off a minor public road to the farmhouse, buildings and holiday units. The land is principally classified as grade 4.1 by the James Hutton Institute with the fields all benefiting from a south facing aspect. The land rises from approximately 223 metres to 268 metres above sea level at its highest point. The average rain fall for the region is about 1122 millimetres per annum. The fields are of a good practical size, predominantly enclosed by either stock fencing or stone dykes, with the fields accessed either from the farm drive and yard or by interconnected field to field gated accesses. In addition, there are woodland areas giving shelter and further amenity to the subjects.