Margmore Farm

By Aberfeldy, Perthshire, PH15 2DX

Offers Over £920,000

112.98 acres

Bedroom Count icon 3

  • Margmore Farmhouse - 1 reception room, dining kitchen, 3 bedrooms
  • Traditional stone built outbuildings offering development otential, subject to obtaining the necessary consents
  • Photovoltaic panels providing renewable energy
  • Former cottage offering potential development opportunity
  • Grazing ground
  • Woodland areas

SITUATIONMargmore Farm enjoys a highly scenic rural setting, a short distance to the south of Aberfeldy in the county of Perthshire. Aberfeldy is a thriving town providing excellent day to day facilities and amenities including supermarket, independent retailers, restaurants and cafes, cinema, health centre, churches and golf club. There is also the Breadalbane Community Campus providing nursery, primary and secondary schooling, together with a library and sporting facilities, which includes a swimming pool, available to the wider local community.The city of Perth, lying some 30 miles to the south, offers more extensive services and facilities including national retailers, concert hall, theatre, banks, railway station and professional services. Edinburgh can be reached in about 11/2 hours journey by car with its international airport, universities, theatres, galleries and extensive range of retail and hospitality offerings.Perthshire is a county with a wealth of recreational activities on its doorstep. The surrounding hills and glens offer many hill walking and mountain biking routes whilst winter sports can be enjoyed at Glenshee which lies about an hour’s journey to the north. For the golfer there are numerous courses within a comfortable distance of Margmore including a 9 hole course in Aberfeldy, 18 hole courses in Dunkeld and Pitlochry together with the recently opened Mains of Taymouth Country Estate and Golf Course by Kenmore. Loch Tay lying around 6 miles to the south west offers water sports.DESCRIPTIONMargmore Farm is a delightful small farm extending to about 112.98 acres and enjoying an elevated position, commanding outstanding views over Aberfeldy to the north and the mountain ranges beyond. It comprises an attractive traditional stone built farmhouse with a range of small traditional outbuildings lying adjacent offering great potential for conversion, subject to obtaining the necessary consents.In addition there is a delightful formerly stone built bothy cottage known as Tyndun, which had planning permission for a new build house and subject to obtaining such consents, it could be a superb site for a new build house. Further there are 18 solar Photovoltaics panels providing a source of renewable energy to the farmhouse with underfloor heating on the ground floor.MARGMORE FARMHOUSEMargmore Farmhouse is a traditional farmhouse of stone construction under a slated roof and enjoying an elevated position above Aberfeldy. Immediately to the front and side of the farmhouse is a good sized parking area with a stone outbuilding lying to the south and a further stone outbuilding to the north of the house.Both outbuildings are in need of refurbishment and renovation but do offer potential either as a useful outbuilding or indeed for conversion into annexe accommodation to the farmhouse, subject to obtaining the necessary consent.OUTBUILDINGSThere are two traditional stone outbuildings at Margmore comprising:The ByreLying to the immediate south of the farmhouse, a single storey stone built outbuilding under a corrugated metal roof.The BarnThe barn lies immediately to the north of the farmhouse, is of stone construction under a corrugated metal roof and formerly had planning permission granted in 2011 for conversion into a separate dwelling. Planning Reference No. 11/01133/FLL. Further details are available from the Selling Agent.PHOTOVOLTAIC PANELSLying immediately to the south of the farmhouse are 18 ground positioned photovoltaic panels. They were in installed in 2011 with a FIT payment contract of 20 years. Further details are available from the Selling Agent.THE LANDThe land at Margmore Farm is principally down to permanent pasture with some areas of rough grazing and woodland. It is classified as Grade 5.2 by the James Hutton Institute. It is predominately level and gently sloping with some parts more steeply sloping. The farmland is made up of 14 principle compartments and is accessed directly off the farm track running through the subjects with the fields interconnected by field to field gated accesses.