An idyllic location for rural living

This idyllic rural smallholding in the parish of Terregles is our Property of the Week offering huge potential for self-sufficient living.

By The Newsroom
Wednesday, 17th March 2021, 4:52 pm
Updated Wednesday, 17th March 2021, 4:58 pm
Driving down the private road to Cleuchbrae is like entering your own oasis
Driving down the private road to Cleuchbrae is like entering your own oasis

Set in more than eight acres Cleuchbrae is newly on the market from Threave Rural for offers over £450,000, driving down its private tarmac road feels like you are entering your own oasis.

The main farmhouse is of traditional Galloway construction set under a slated roof providing comfortable family accommodation over two floors.

Downstairs is a lounge with a gas fire set in a feature fireplace, the French doors lead through to the sunroom which is currently utilised as an office and has a door the outside.

The property is set in more than eight acres

The kitchen/diner features contains a range of floor and wall units,sink and drainer, built-in electric oven and

hob,and a feature fireplace, while there is a separate utility room as well as a conservatory.

The family bathroom is off the central hallway which has storage under the stairs that lead to the first floor.

Upstairs there is three double bedrooms, two of which have built-in wardrobes incorporating concealed cloakrooms.

It is positioned on an elevated site with the garden grounds leading to a tributary of the River Nith.

The generous garden grounds are mainly laid to lawns with mature trees and shrubs, which attract a variety of wildlife, and there is ample off-road parking.

Cleuchbrae benefits from a fantastic range of detached traditional farm buildings, which have been maintained to an extremely high standard with one, only very recently, having been re-roofed.

One of these buildings is being utilised as an artists workshop by the current owners and benefits from water and electricity laid in.

A static caravan is currently utilised as a water colour studio, and there also exists an indoor walled vegetable garden and a vine greenhouse.

The land includes areas of amenity woodland and is uitable for smallscale agricultural or equestrian uses and has huge potential for some self-sufficient living.

For more information visit or call 01556 453453.