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Lot 1 Auchgoyle Farm

Millhouse, Tighnabruaich, Argyll and Bute, PA21 2BS

Offers Over £465,000


  • An attractive traditional 5-bedroom farmhouse

  • Traditional 2-bedroom cottage

  • Useful collection of modern farm buildings

  • Peaceful but accessible location on the Cowal Peninsula

  • Range of traditional outbuildings with potential for conversion to residential use (subject to the necessary consents)

  • About 33.55 Ha (82.90 Acres)

Auchgoyle Farmhouse
The farmhouse is of traditional stone construction under a pitched slate roof. The house is accessed via a private farm road which leads from the main farm entrance to an area of parking to the rear of the …

Auchgoyle Farmhouse
The farmhouse is of traditional stone construction under a pitched slate roof. The house is accessed via a private farm road which leads from the main farm entrance to an area of parking to the rear of the house. The property provides well-proportioned and spacious family accommodation over 2 floors. Internally the accommodation is light and bright and laid out over two easily managed levels. The house
contains a number of traditional features throughout and benefits from westerly views across the surrounding countryside.

The accommodation is laid out in more detail in the floorplans contained within this brochure.

Garden Ground
There is an area of garden ground surrounding the property which is mostly laid to lawn to the front of the house and enclosed by a stone wall and overlooks the surrounding countryside. There is an area of gravel and shrubbery to the rear of the house and a useful garden store of traditional stone construction under a slate roof.

Farm Cottage
Situated to the south of the farm buildings there is a traditional stone cottage under a tile roof which has been extended and modernised over the years. The property is accessed from a private road that leads through the farm steading culminating in a parking area to the rear of the house. The accommodation is laid out in more detail in the floorplans contained within this brochure. There is small patio to the front of the house and potential to expand the garden area.

Farm Buildings
There is a range of modern and traditional farm buildings situated centrally within the holding. They comprise:

Former Dairy Building (26m x 7m)
Of traditional stone construction under a box profile roof with a concrete floor.

Cattle Court (23m x 17m)
Pair of Atcost cattle courts of concrete frame construction under a corrugated roof with a concrete floor.

Mill/Workshop (24.5m x 6.2m)
Of traditional stone construction under a slate roof with a concrete roof.

Traditional Barn (21.2m x 4.7m)
Of stone construction under a box profile roof with a concrete floor.

Lean-to Shed (21.2m x 6m)
Of steel portal frame construction under a box profile roof with a concrete floor.

Modern Shed (24m x 10.5m)
Of steel portal frame construction under a box profile roof with block walls and a concrete floor.

Slurry Tower
Approximately 500,000 litres, 115,000 gallons.

Farmland
The farmland within Lot 1 extends to approximately 31.17 Ha (77.02 Acres) in total, and is split into several enclosures with the majority of the in-bye pasture located to the north west of the farm steading, and principally used for fodder production. The remainder of farm provides an excellent balance of low ground in-bye pasture. The land has principally been classified as Grade 4.1 and Grade 5.3 by the James Hutton Institute and sits approximately between 20m above sea level at
its lowest point to 73m above sea level at its highest point.