Glenkerran

Southend, Campbeltown, Argyll and Bute, PA28 6PJ

Offers Over £395,000


  • An attractive and compact amenity Estate on the Kintyre Peninsula

  • Spacious farmhouse, courtyard and range of traditional outbuildings

  • Wonderful open views to the surrounding countryside and hills beyond

  • Converted steading

  • Private and peaceful location

  • Productive pasture and amenity woodland

  • Sporting potential

  • About 39.13 Ha (96.69 Acres) in all

  • For Sale as a Whole

Glenkerran is an idyllic amenity estate on the Kintyre Peninsula on the west coast of Scotland. The property is only a short distance from the coast near
Southend and there are several bays, coastal walks
and recreational activities nearby. Southend ...

Glenkerran is an idyllic amenity estate on the Kintyre Peninsula on the west coast of Scotland. The property is only a short distance from the coast near
Southend and there are several bays, coastal walks
and recreational activities nearby. Southend has a
population of around 500 and has a village shop, tea
room, hotel, church, primary school and a Doctor’s
surgery as well as an 18 hole golf course.

Campbeltown is 7 miles away and is the main shopping town in the area and has a range of facilities including two supermarkets, hospital, secondary school as well as the award winning leisure complex, Aqualibrium.

From Campbeltown Airport there are twice daily
weekday return flights to Glasgow International
Airport and a ferry to Troon three days per week.

Glenkerran extends to approximately 39.13 Ha (96.69 Acres) in all and provides a mix of grazing land and amenity woodland. The Kerran Water runs through the property to the south with the surrounding hill ground and forestry providing an abundance of wildlife and presenting an impressive backdrop to Glenkerran. The house sits in an elevated position with an attractive outlook across the surrounding countryside.

The house was substantially renovated over ten
years ago but requires some upgrading and
decoration. The house provides comfortable family
accommodation on two floors as detailed below and
within the floor plans. Part of the traditional steading has been converted to residential accommodation although no planning consent or building warrant has been applied for. For the purpose of the sale these buildings are simply being treated as outbuildings but if the necessary consents are obtained they could form the basis of a holiday letting enterprise which would generate significant income for the property.