Lot 2 Kinburn Farm

Greenloaning, Dunblane, FK15 0NA

Offers Over £295,000

18.36 acres

  • Dorran cottage (3 bed) with garden ground
  • Former farmhouse which may present development potential (subject to obtaining the necessary planning consents)
  • Adaptable range of modern farm buildings
  • Useful block of farmland comprising productive arable, fodder, and grazing ground
  • Situated within a desirable location with good links to Dunblane and surrounding settlements
  • Excellent access onto A9 with Perth and Stirling beyond
  • Views over surrounding countryside

LOT 2 KINBURN FARM COTTAGE, FORMER FARMHOUSE, FARM BUILDINGS AND LAND EXTENDING TO ABOUT 7.43 HA (18.36 ACRES)The property is centred on an attractive Dorran cottage and an adaptable range of modern farm buildings. The cottage and farm buildings are located to the north west of the holding and are accessed directly from the farm road which leads from the A9. The farmland is split into 3 separate enclosures and lies to the south and west of the cottage and buildings. The range of traditional and modern farm buildings would be well suited to a range of equestrian or amenity uses, and the former farmhouse may also present further development potential (subject to obtaining necessary planning consents) for either residential or other business uses.KINBURN FARM COTTAGELocated to the west of the farm buildings, and adjacent to the A9, the cottage is Dorran / non-standard construction style, under a pitched tile roof and is accessed via the private farm drive which leads along the front of the adjacent farm buildings. The cottage provides accommodation over one floor comprising: Porch, Kitchen, Living Room, Bathroom, 3 Bedrooms and Hallway. The accommodation and room dimensions are set out in more detail in the floor plans contained within these particulars. The cottage benefits from a small area of garden ground which surrounds the property and is mostly laid to lawn.FORMER FARMHOUSESituated immediately adjacent to the buildings there is the remains of the original farmhouse which although currently in a derelict state, the building is generally intact to wall and roof level, apart from the northern gable which is completely open to the adjacent modern sheds. Of traditional stone construction under a slate roof but the building is currently uninhabitable, however it may present further development opportunities for alternative residential or business use subject to obtaining the necessary planning consents.FARM BUILDINGSThe farm buildings lie immediately to the east of the cottage and are accessed via the farm drive which bounds the subjects along the northern perimeter. They provide an excellent range of adaptable modern buildings as follows: Cattle Court 1 (17.50m × 11.58m) Of steel portal frame construction with stone and block walls under a box profile roof with aconcrete floor and tin side cladding. Cattle Court 2 (22.25m × 18.30m) Of steel portal frame construction under a tin roof and side cladding with stone and brick walls and a part concrete and part hard standing floor. Cattle Court 3 (20.90m × 6.70m) Of steel portal frame construction under a tin roof with block walls and a part concrete part hard standing floor. There is a feed passage along the middle and the floor is on two separate levels. Machinery Shed (13.80 × 8.76m) Of steel portal frame construction under a tin roof and side cladding with brick walls and a part stone and part concrete floor. Lean-to Shed (13.00m × 5.70m (at its widest) Of steel portal frame construction under a tin roof with an earth floor. Straw Shed (14.09m × 8.99m) Of steel portal frame construction under a tin roof and tin side cladding with a stone floor.FARMLANDThe farmland in Lot 2 extends to approximately 7.43 Ha (18.36 Acres) and comprises a mix of productive fodder and arable ground. The farmland is of a northerly aspect rising from about 138m above sea level at its lowest point adjacent to the A9 to 175m above sea level at its highest point to the south west of the farm buildings. The farmland has been classified by the James Hutton Institute as Grade 3.2. The enclosures benefit from access to natural source water supplies and are accessed to the west of the cottage by the farm track.DIRECTIONSFrom M9 enter the Keir Roundabout and take the second exit onto the A9 towards Perth. Follow the A9 north east for 7.8 miles and Kinburn Farm is located on the right, situated adjacent to the south bound carriageway of the A9.WHAT3WORDhttps://what3words.com/boring.lecturers.craftsmen