Galloway stock rearing farm goes up for sale
A highly productive stock rearing farm is our latest Property of the Week.
Mill of Plunton Farm is situated within close proximity to the Solway Coast not far from the pretty village of Borgue.
The site contains a very well-presented traditional farmhouse, a farm cottage, modern and traditional farm buildings and about 220 acres of agricultural land.
It is currently on the market for offers over £820,000 from Threave Rural.
The traditional farmhouse occupies a site within its own garden grounds adjacent to the farmyard.
The property is of traditional construction under a slated roof with the dwelling having been tastefully and sympathetically modernised within the current ownership.
It offers comfortable three-bedroomed family accommodation over two floors.
On the ground floor can be found a kitchen/family room, lounge, office, conservatory, and family bathroom.
A central hallway has a staircase leading to the upper level where there is a master bedroom and two further double bedrooms.
Outside the landscaped garden grounds are mainly laid to lawns and mature shrubs and specimen trees offering privacy and seclusion from the working farm.
Located at the farm road end is a single storey cottage of traditional construction, set under slated roof.
It also benefits from its own landscaped garden grounds as well as a detached timber garage.
The accommodation comprises a lounge, kitchen with pantry, two double bedrooms, a dining room which could be third bedroom and a family bathroom.
The steading buildings are a mixture of modern and traditional construction including a workshop and general store, implement shed, cattle sheds, range of traditional barns and byres, sheep handling shed, storage yard, cattle handling system, and machinery shed.
Mill Of Plunton Farm extends in total to about 223.80 acres, the holding features 20 specific field enclosures, which are currently all down to grass for grazing and conservation.
For more information visit www.threaverural.co.uk/property/mill-of-plunton or call 01556 453453.