Caliglen and the Land at Low Cattadale form a compact agricultural unit located in an attractive rural location, offering excellent potential. The small village of Southend is only 3 miles to the south east and offers day to day amenities …
Caliglen and the Land at Low Cattadale form a compact agricultural unit located in an attractive rural location, offering excellent potential. The small village of Southend is only 3 miles to the south east and offers day to day amenities including a shop and tearoom, post office, primary school, hotel, doctor’s surgery, village hall, children’s play park, church and the 18 hole Dunaverty golf links.
Campbeltown is around 10 miles to the north and provides a good range of retail outlets, along with a cinema, swimming pool, numerous bars and restaurants, and a library. There is also a secondary school and a small hospital in Campbeltown, and the airport close to Machrihanish offers regular flights to Glasgow.
Argyll is a county offering a wide range of recreational pursuits. There are a number of walks throughout the area, and the Kintyre Way, which runs the length of the peninsula, passes through Southend. For the golfer there is the 18-hole golf course adjacent to the village, whilst the championship course at Machrihanish, and the new Machrihanish Dunes, are only 14 miles away. Kintyre enjoys a mild climate being on the Gulf Stream, with the beautiful Dunaverty beach and the famous surfing beach at Westport close by.
There is a regular bus service from Southend to Campbeltown, and an excellent five times a day service from Glasgow to Campbeltown. The ‘Kintyre Express’, a small passenger ferry, has daily trips to Ballycastle, Northern Ireland, and the summer car ferry service from Ardrossan to Campbeltown, run by Caledonian MacBrayne, offers an excellent link to the Ayrshire coast. The islands of Davaar, Gigha, Islay and Arran are also within easy reach from Kintyre.
The property offers a small compact holding with excellent potential, including a spacious modern house, together with a large general purpose building and about 61.87 Ha (152.88 Acres) of agricultural land.
The farmland is situated either side of the public road, and is split into a number of fields with the house and building being located at the south western end of the farm. The majority of the land is either in temporary grass or permanent pasture, with an area of improved hill ground to the north east.
The farm is offered for a sale as a whole or in two lots.