Stronafyne is an attractive traditional farmhouse with stone built walls under a slate roof with an area of lawn to the south and a gravel frontage and parking area surrounding the property. The house comprises well proportioned accommodation over two ...
Stronafyne is an attractive traditional farmhouse with stone built walls under a slate roof with an area of lawn to the south and a gravel frontage and parking area surrounding the property. The house comprises well proportioned accommodation over two floors including two public rooms on the ground floor with views to the south, and four bedrooms (one ensuite) and a family bathroom on the first floor. The accommodation layout is shown in more detail within the floor plans. The property is approached by a private road running adjacent to the Loin Water culminating in a parking area outside the house.
Stronafyne Cottage is situated to the north of Stronafyne Farmhouse and is of traditional stone construction under a slate roof with a harled exterior. The property has a large attractive garden area which is predominantly laid to lawn.
Traditional Steading Range (External Dimensions: 22m x 5.7m + 8m x 12.8m) adjacent to the farmhouse there is a large L-shaped traditional steading range of stone construction under a slate roof. The building was recently converted for use as office space with an adjoining former bothy. The building also contains a large store garage with a roller shutter door. There are no live planning consents within the steading for alternative uses but there may be scope to develop the building (subject to gaining the necessary planning consents) for either residential use or as holiday accommodation.
Garage (4.53m x 9.58m) to the north of Stronafyne House there is a stone built outbuilding with a mono pitch roof.
Dutch Barn (10.36m x 4.66m) situated to the north of Stronafyne Farmhouse and of steel portal frame
construction with timber side panelling under a corrugated tin roof .
Stable Block, situated to the west of the cottage there is a timber built stable block with hay loft above and accommodation for a number of horses.
Modern Workshop (16.81m x 18.74m) situated to the west of the principal building group and is accessed via a private road. The building is of steel portal frame construction under a box profile roof with a concrete floor. The shed is currently used for general storage and benefits from planning consent for use as a workshop and store. Historically the site benefited from an operators licence for use as a haulage yard. The shed is surrounded by a large area of hard standing which is utilised for further storage.
The farmland within lot 1 lies to the north and west of the residential properties and outbuildings extending to approximately 59.49 Ha (147.00 Acres)
including roads, yards and buildings. The land is classed as predominantly Grade 4.1, 6.1 and 6.3 by the James Hutton Institute and is all utilised for
grazing with approximately 31.09 Ha (76.82 Acres) of permanent grazing of which 30 Acres had been historically used for fodder production with the Loin
River running south, splitting the main block of land. There is a further 23.88 Ha (59.01 Acres) of rough grazing and hill ground. The land is predominantly
of a southerly aspect rising from 4m above sea level at its lowest point on the southern boundary adjacent to the A83 to its highest point of 80m above sea level in the northern boundary of the land.