Rachan Mill Farmhouse is of traditional stone construction under a slate roof and sits to the south of the property with the farm buildings adjacent to the north of the property. The farmhouse requires modernisation throughout but presents a rare …
Rachan Mill Farmhouse is of traditional stone construction under a slate roof and sits to the south of the property with the farm buildings adjacent to the north of the property. The farmhouse requires modernisation throughout but presents a rare renovation project. The property is accessed directly from the A701 leading north into the settlement of Broughton. The property provides spacious and flexible accommodation set over two levels as detailed in the floorplans within the brochure.
Traditional Steading Range
Situated adjacent to the farmhouse there is a traditional U-shaped steading range. The steading is of stone construction under a slate roof.
The buildings include the following:
Store 1 (4.91m x 3.48m)
Coal Store (5.50m x 4.93m)
Stable (6.16m x 4.94m)
Store 2 (4.90m x 3.14m)
Bothy 1 (4.93m x 3.70m)
Bothy 2 (5.73m x 3.86m)
Tack Room (4.93m x 2.15m)
Machinery Store (11.20m x 6.13m)
Store 3 (4.89m x 2.19m)
Garage (3.99m x 2.75m)
Calf Shed (10.74m x 8.05m)
Byre (19.82m x 4.90m)
Former Grain Store (7.37m x 5.50m)
Milling Shed (11.88m x 5.50m)
Double Garage (6.10m x 5.75m)
Single Garage (5.63m x 3.46m)
Store 4 (4.94m x 2.42m)
Cattle Court (21.63m x 19.78m) adjoining the U-shaped steading there is a traditional stone built cattle court with a corrugated roof and concrete floor.
Garage 3 (7.45m x 4.72m) of brick and stone construction under a slate roof.
Bull Pen (4.04m x 3.99m) of traditional stone construction under a slate roof with a cobbled floor.
Fencing Store (6.92m x 5.93m) of timber frame construction under a tin roof and side cladding with stone walls.
Planning Permission (Ref: 14/01151/FUL & 14/01150/LBCNN)
The traditional farm buildings benefit from planning permission for conversion into 5 dwellings. The permission has currently lapsed but is in the process of being renewed. Further details are available via on the Scottish Borders Council Planning Department www.scotborders.gov.uk quoting the above reference number.
The land in Lot 1 extends to approximately 1.67 Ha (4.13 Acres) including roads, yards and buildings. There is a large area of hardstanding to the south of steading and block of amenity of woodland to west which provides shelter to the property. The yard area and woodland are accessed via the farm drive which leads behind the farm steading.