31.68 Ac(12.82 Ha)
Excess of £230,000

ArnsheenBarrhill, Girvan, South Ayrshire, KA26 0RA

  • Under offer
  • Freehold

Key features

  • Attractive south ayrshire smallholding in secluded location surrounded by forestry
  • Near to the galloway forest park which has dark sky status
  • Spacious principle farmhouse situated centrally on the holding
  • Located within 5 miles of the rural village of Barrhill where a range of local amenities are available
  • Suitable for lifestyle or equestrian use

Attractive Ayrshire smallholding with spacious 4 bedroom house, in an upland rural setting near to the Galloway Forest Park

About this property

  • Arnsheen is an upland smallholding, accessible from the B7027 which runs south from Barrhill, joining the A714 just north of Newton Stewart. Whilst only 5 miles south of Barrhill, the land sits in a ring fenced block surrounded entirely by forestry, affording it great privacy, amenity and wildlife, interspersed with numerous picturesque lochs, and glens. There are wind turbines located in the woodland to the west of the property.

    A traditional rural farmhouse sits centrally on the holding with a southerly aspect and views towards the surrounding farmland and forestry.

    The farmhouse benefits from principally UPVC double glazing, oil fired central heating, private water supply and drainage to a septic tank. Externally there is a small garden laid to grass, a red gravel driveway, and ample room for parking. A large agricultural type building provides excellent additional storage or accommodation for livestock or horses.

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Arnsheen is the perfect property for lifestyle purchasers seeking a reasonable acreage with maximum privacy but still within reach of good local services.

Kay PatonProperty agent

Local information

  • Within 5 miles of Arnsheen is the village of Barrhill where there is an active community with local services such as primary school/nursery, doctors surgery, village shop, hotel, village hall and large playpark .
  • The town of Girvan is 17 miles to the north of the farm and offers secondary schooling as well as various local services including post office, supermarket and banking facilities.
  • Ayr provides a wider range of services and transport connections as well as a racecourse which is the home of the Scottish Grand National meeting held annually in spring. Ayr also has a swimming pool, ten pin bowling, an ice rink, a choice of golf courses as well as river and park walks and a college campus incorporating the Scottish Rural University College (SRUC).
  • The nearby A714 provides links to Newton Stewart to the south and Girvan to the north where you can join the A75 and A77 respectively.
  • There are railway stations in Barrhill, Girvan and Ayr (providing regular services to Kilmarnock and Glasgow), and international airports at Prestwick (42 miles) and Glasgow. Ferry links to Ireland (Larne and Belfast) operate from Cairnryan (29 miles). Glasgow offers all the services and transport connections associated with a major city.

Additional information

  • Directions: From the A714 at Barrhill, head south on the B7027 signposted Newton Stewart via Knowe (a right hand turn before leaving the village). Follow the road for approximately 4 miles. The entrance to Arnsheen is on the right hand side with a gate leading on to the access track with woodland on either side. The postcode is KA26 0RA.
  • EPC Rating = F

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