Development opportunity within Barr comprising of a stone-built traditional detached Farmhouse, range of agricultural outbuildings and approximately 42 Ha of land. Occupying a private setting with country views Dinmurchie Farm offers well-proportioned flexible accommodation that is in need of complete renovation. Available for sale as a whole or in 3 lots.
Lot 1: 20.53 Ha (50.73 Acres acres) Dinmurchie Farmhouse, agricultural buildings and grazing land. Offers over £150,000
Lot 2: 0.26 Ha (0.64 acres) Former Cheese House and 2 storey barn plus garden ground. Offers over £85,000
Lot 3: 21.11 Ha (52.16 acres) Grazing land with good access. Offers over £75,000
Whole Offers Over £310,000
Grade C former farmhouse and outbuilding, brick barn and pole barn and 20.73 Ha (51.22 acres) of ground.
Situated in an elevated position the house provides spacious and flexible accommodation and is in need of total renovation internally, however it benefits from a new roof and upper floor.
The traditional outbuildings are in various states of disrepair and are now largely unsuitable for modern agriculture but provide useful general storage space and could offer residential development potential subject to permissions.
The land has been used for grazing over the past few years, although silage has been taken from a number of fields in the past. Previously there was a programme of upgrading of fences, gates and drains. The land is Grade 4.2 and 5.2 and is wholly classified as LFA.
Access to the plot from Changue Road is via a private bridge with access also available from The Clachan via a private drive which is currently down to stone. Solum rights of the track and the access from Changue Road will be included in the sale.
The buildings included in this plot are as follows:
Farmhouse - Grade C listed. Stone built with slate roof. Previously served by mains electricity and mains water.
Derelict Outbuilding Grade C listed. Stone built with slate roof. Previously served by mains electricity.
Pole Barn brick and corrugated iron construction with corrugated asbestos cement roof.
There is also a small agricultural shed included in the lot located in the field behind the pole barn
Former cheese house and a 2 storey barn set in approximately 0.26 Ha of ground.
The cheese house has undergone some renovations and benefits from new wiring and plumbing along with a new slate roof. Split over 1 and a half storey, the majority of the accommodation is located downstairs.
The 2 storey barn is split into 2 areas on the ground floor and a large room at upper level which can be accessed from the back of the building
Lot 2 has a lot of potential.to be converted into a good sized family house or self contained annexe/holiday accommodation.
Access to the plot is from The Clachan via a private drive which is currently down to stone. Servitude rights along the track to the plot will be included in the sale.
The buildings included in this plot are as follows:
Former Cheese house - Stone built with slate roof.
Previously served by mains electricity and mains water.
2 storey Barn - Stone built with slate roof. Previously served by mains electricity and mains water.
The Plot extending to 21.11 Ha (52.16 acres) used for grazing over the past few years, although silage has been taken from a number of fields in the past. As per Lot 1 there has previously been a programme of upgrading of fences, gates and drains. The land is Grade 4.2 and 5.2 and is wholly classified as LFA.
The access to the plot is taken from a gate directly off the track road from The Clachan. This track is mostly down to stone and a servitude right of access will be granted to the new owner.
Lots 1 and 2 are connected to Mains water and Mains electricity. Owners of lots 1 and 2 will be responsible for installing septic tanks within the area purchased should they be required
The main access to Dinmurchie is along a track from The Clachan. Servitude rights will be given to Lots 2 and 3 with Lot 1 having ownership of the access roads. Maintenance of the shared access road will be on a user basis.
The new owners will be responsible for erecting any boundary fences.
IACS/Single Farm Payments
Land is currently registered for IACS purposes under the business holding number 7940021. For the avoidance of doubt there are no Single Farm Payment Entitlements included within the sale of the land.
The mineral rights are included in the sale insofar as they are owned by the seller.
Insofar as these rights form part of the property title they are included with the sale.
No home report is required for this property due to its current use being listed as derelict.
Planning has previously been granted at the site as per ref:01/00855/LBC and ref: 001/00630/COU
The principle of the conversion of the house to form two flats and change of use of the outbuilding to form two houses was previously found acceptable with the granting of planning permission and listed building consent in 2001.
A clawback clause is currently in place for any renewable development over the land and for any development over the land in Lot 3. For full details of the clawback clause please contact Bell Ingram
Dinmurchie Farm is located in an extremely picturesque and peaceful situation on the southern fringe of South Ayrshire in the conservation hamlet of Barr.
Barr has a small but versatile community run village shops which can provide everyday necessities. It has a local primary school, with secondary school education available in Girvan.
Girvan is located 8 miles away and has a wider range of shops and facilities including a post office, bank, independent retail shops and restaurants. The town of Ayr is situated 29 miles away which offers a much fuller range of facilities and some of the better known high street shops. Girvan provides regular train services to Stranraer, Ayr and Glasgow where a wider range of amenities are available.
Girvan 8 miles
Newton Stewart 30 miles
Ayr 29 miles
Stranraer 35 miles