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The farm is centred on a well sited farmhouse with adjoining outbuildings which offer a wonderful opportunity for expansion and redevelopment. The property benefits from a length of loch frontage and trout fishing rights on Loch Tay. The accommodation has ...
The farm is centred on a well sited farmhouse with adjoining outbuildings which offer a wonderful opportunity for expansion and redevelopment. The property benefits from a length of loch frontage and trout fishing rights on Loch Tay. The accommodation has been extended in recent years to form a bunk house, but is flexible and the buildings present further development potential, subject to the necessary consents.
Boreland Farmhouse is a delightful south facing property which has been considerably enlarged and extended over the years. In the past it has formed both a guesthouse and a bar/coffee shop. However, in recent times Boreland has been run as a bed and breakfast with adjoining bunkhouse house. There are splendid panoramic views from the house over Loch Tay. To the south lies the garden which enjoys a spectacular view over the Loch and is protected by young trees to the west. Boreland Farmhouse is built of stone and harled brick under a predominantly slated and felted roof. There is spacious accommodation over two floors which provides an opportunity to be redeveloped and modernised.
The outbuildings lie in two ranges:
To the north of the house there is a traditional U-shaped steading range of stone construction under a tin and slate roof. Part of the building has been converted to a bunk-house and ancillary stores. The west wing is currently in a dilapidated state, and in need of renovation.
Log Store. Located within the traditional steading range, of brick and stone construction under a box profile roof with a concrete floor.
There is a range of buildings to the east of the house, of brick and stone construction under a corrugated roof with a concrete floor. The buildings comprise:
Principal Modern Buildings
Located to the east of the farmhouse there is a general purpose building of pre-cast concrete construction under a corrugated and iron roof comprising:
Atcost Shed of concrete frame construction under a corrugated roof and corrugated side cladding with an earth floor.
Lean-to 1 (17.9m x 4.5m) of timber frame construction under a box profile roof.
Lean-to 2 (17.9m x 8.49m of concrete frame construction under a corrugated roof with concrete floor.
Adjoining Store Shed (17.9m x 3.7m) of block wall construction and a concrete floor.
Adjoining the principal shed range there are:
Stable Block 2: of block construction under a tin roof with concrete floor housing 3 Loose Boxes.
Stable Block 1: of block construction under a corrugated roof with concrete floor housing 5 Loose Boxes.
The land extends to some 47.28 ha (116.83 acres) in all and surrounds the farmhouse and steading. The land at Boreland rises from 120m by the Loch foreshore to 300m above sea level at its highest point adjacent to the neighbouring forestry plantation. The land is largely south facing, free draining and would provide the basis of a productive stock rearing unit or for equestrian use. The majority of the land to the south and east of the farm buildings is currently down to grazing ground with the remainder of the land to the west currently split between an area of rough grazing ground and mixed amenity woodland. The land has been classified by the James Hutton Institute for Soil Research as being mainly Grade 4 and 5.