Lot 1 Priestside Farm

Kilmacolm, Inverclyde, PA13 4SP
Offers Over
£695,000
Traditional farmhouse with 2 reception rooms and 4 bedrooms
Useful range of modern and traditional farm buildings
Productive agricultural land
Peaceful but accessible location close to amenities
Attractive courtyard setting
About 61.77 Ha (152.63 Acres) in total

Priestside Farmhouse is an attractive traditional farmhouse located adjacent to the traditional farm steading, situated to the south of the traditional courtyard. The farmhouse is of traditional stone
construction under a pitched slate roof and provides well proportioned rooms over two floors with the potential to extend into the adjoining outbuildings, subject to obtaining the necessary consents. Details of the room dimensions of Priestside Farmhouse are set out in more detail within the floor plans annexed to these particulars.

TRADITIONAL STEADING RANGE:

Grain Store (17.22m x 5.70m) of traditional stone construction under a pitched slate roof with a concrete floor.

Garage (6.70m x 3.40m) of traditional stone construction under a pitched slate roof with a concrete floor.

Workshop (8.55m x 6.67m) of traditional stone construction under a pitched slate roof with a concrete floor with an internal timber loft.

Stable (7.85m x 5.70m) of traditional stone construction under a pitched slate roof with a mixed concrete and cobbled floor.

Boiler house (5.82m x 3.46m) of traditional stone construction under a pitched slate roof with a concrete floor.

External Toilet (1.33m x 1.00m) of mixed brick and stone construction under a mono-pitched slate roof with a concrete floor.

Calf Shed (16.60m x 7.00m) of traditional stone construction under a pitched box profile roof with a concrete floor.

Feed Shed (10.00m x 6.00m) of traditional stone construction under a pitched box profile roof with a concrete floor.

MODERN RANGE

Machinery Shed (20.00m x 10.40m) of steel portal frame construction with mixed brick and block walls under a mono-pitched box profile roof with an earth
floor and box profile side cladding.

Silage Pit (23.50m x 14.00m) of steel portal frame construction with mixed brick and block walls under a mono-pitched tin roof with a concrete floor and
corrugated tin side cladding.

Silage Pit 2/Cattle Shed (18.00m x 8.80m) of steel portal frame construction with brick walls under
a pitched corrugated tin roof with a concrete floor and corrugated tin side cladding.

Cattle Reed/Workshop (17.50m x 6.35m) of steel portal frame construction with brick walls under a
mono-pitched corrugated tin roof with concrete floor and tin side cladding with internal concrete cattle troughs.

Cattle Court (35.00m x 9.75m) of steel portal frame construction with brick walls under a mono-pitched box profile roof with a concrete floor and corrugated tin side cladding with an internal feed passage
and concrete cattle feeding troughs.

GP Store/Hay Shed (21.00m x 8.50m) of steel portal frame construction under a pitched box profile roof with an earth floor with corrugated tin gable cladding.

Dutch Barn & Lean-to (23.00m x 11.75m) of traditional steel Dutch Barn with timber pole Lean-to
to the rear clad with corrugated tin with an earth floor and corrugated tin side cladding.

Lean-to Cattle Court (12.00m x 9.00m) of timber pole construction under a mono-pitched corrugated
tin roof with a concrete floor and corrugated tin side cladding.

Lean-to Calf Shed (12.5m x 3.5m) of steel portal frame construction with mixed brick and block walls under a pitched box prfile roof with a concrete floor and box profile side cladding.

Slatted Cattle Court (17.10m x 9.40m) of steel portal frame construction with brick walls under a pitched box profile roof with slatted courts and Yorkshire
board side cladding with a centre feed passage. The Courts on each side are approximately 3m deep.

Cubicle Shed (27.00m x 23.50m) of steel portal frame construction with brick walls under a pitched corrugated tin roof and box profile side cladding.
The cubicles have been removed to form raised beds and the concrete is scraped out into a slatted system and pumped into the Slurry Tower.

Slurry Tower - circular slurry tower with approximately 100,000 gallon capacity.

Farmland
The farmland within Lot 1 extends to about 61.77 Ha (152.63 Acres) in all and has been classified by the James Hutton Institute as mainly Grade 4(1). The land is accessed from the farm steading, or the access track running from the main public road through the heart of the farm which provides
excellent access to the majority of the field enclosures. The land is currently used for a mix of fodder, pasture and arable production and is split into 20 separate fields. The fields are separated by stock-proof fencing and benefit from access to
water by means of water troughs and natural water sources.

For the avoidance of doubt, the Seller will retain Priestside Bungalow, field 11 to the west of the bungalow and the small building to the north of the bungalow. A deed of condition will be entered into with regards to the services to the retained property.

The Seller will also retain the hill ground extending to 33.18 Ha (82 Acres) to the north west of the subjects and will retain all necessary access rights over the subjects in order to access the land. The Seller will be willing to enter into discussions
with any purchaser of Lot 1 or the Whole regarding grazing of this additional land.

In addition the Seller is also willing to enter into discussions regarding the letting of an additional 9.40 Ha (23.22 Acres) of land at The Cemetry, Kilmacolm.

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