Inchgarth is a private and secluded mixed estate benefiting from a delightful traditional farmhouse and a converted single bedroom flat with the potential to be used for holiday lets within the adjacent range of farm buildings. The property is run …
Inchgarth is a private and secluded mixed estate benefiting from a delightful traditional farmhouse and a converted single bedroom flat with the potential to be used for holiday lets within the adjacent range of farm buildings. The property is run as a commercial hill unit which extends in total to about 177.83 Ha (439.42 Acres) and is split between 76 acres of in bye permanent pasture surrounding the steading with a further 333 acres of open heather hill ground. The remainder of the ground is made up from pockets of natural oak and birch woodland and newly planted commercial woodland. The farm has historically run up to 650 Blackface ewes plus hoggs.
Inchgarth benefits from title grazing rights which are available by separate negotiation which extend over Garth Moor to the west and The Craggans to the north as outlined within the sale plan.
Inchgarth House is an attractive traditional stone built farmhouse set under a slate roof situated adjacent to the farm buildings with fantastic views over the Glen to the south. The property provides comfortable accommodation
over two levels including spacious dining kitchen with larder, private living room, sun room with stunning views and a study. The bedroom accommodation and a family bathroom are provided on the upper floor. The layout of the
accommodation and room dimensions are detailed in the floorplan within this brochure.
There is an attractive garden surrounding the property with a larger landscaped garden area situated to the west of the house with a sizeable duck pond, wildflower borders, a small
orchard and vegetable plot. There is also a timber built Summer House which benefits from panoramic views down the Glen.
Sitting opposite the farmhouse there is recently renovated flat within the east section of the traditional farm steading. The property has been tastefully modernised and provides excellent ancillary accommodation to the principal house. The details of the room dimensions and layout are indicated in the floor plans.
There is a range of traditional farm buildings situated in a group to the west of the Farmhouse. The buildings comprise a traditional U-shaped steading, of stone construction under
a slate roof with a range of sheds and spaces. With further additional buildlngs found outside the traditional steading.
The land in all extends to approximately 177.83 Ha (439.42 Acres)) and surrounds the house and steading, and is bound to the east by the Keltney Burn. The farmland is all situated
within a ring fence with the land classification being split between Grade 5.3 and 6.2 by the James Hutton Institute. The land contains 30.81 Ha of good in bye pasture classified in Basic Payment Scheme (BPS) Region 1 which surrounds the house and steading in the southern part of the holding. The hill ground extends to approximately 134.64 Ha and has been classed as being BPS Region 2. The remaining land is found in pockets of woodland throughout the holding with oak and birch woodlands found along the Keltney Burn. The land is of a southerly facing aspect rising from 185m at its lowest point adjacent on the southern boundary to approximately 400m above sea level at its highest point in the hills to the west of the holding.