8.2 Ac(3.32 Ha)
Price on application

Beattock HouseBeattock, Moffat, Dumfries and Galloway, DG10 9QB

  • Freehold

Key features

  • 7-bedroom country house
  • House currently operating as holiday accommodation
  • Potential for hotel / residential use
  • Wider site incl a bungalow, two lodges, 24 caravan pitches
  • Offers invited for the whole

Unique Leisure/ Development opportunity with future development potential.

About this property

  • Beattock House is a substantial 7 bedroom detached property of attractive red brick construction positioned within mature grounds including parkland and woodland. The property was constructed around 1850. Internally the property is in good condition and has a number of original historic features including ornate fireplaces, stair case and ceiling cornicing. The property is currently used for holiday rentals and would be suitable for a number of uses going forward including hospitality, residential and institutional.

Local information

  • The property is located in Beattock, a small village in Dumfries and Galloway. The village is predominantly residential in nature, but is also home to The Old Stables Inn and Moffat Manor Holiday Park.
  • Beattock has an attractive rural setting, surrounded by agricultural land and woods, making it popular with tourists enjoying outdoor activities including hiking and cycling.
  • A range of amenities can be found in nearby Moffat, a small town approximately 2 miles north east of Beattock. Moffat High Street has a number of local shops, cafes and restaurants. There is also a Co-op supermarket, pharmacy and petrol
  • stations.
  • Beattock has excellent road connections, lying immediately to the south of Junction 15 of the A74(M) which connects directly to Carlisle (c. 40 miles south) and Glasgow (c. 58 miles north west). Furthermore, the A701 runs from Beattock to Moffat (c. 2 miles north east), Edinburgh (c. 50 miles north east) and Dumfries (c. 18.5 miles south west).
  • The property is within the catchment area of Beattock Primary School and Moffat Academy.