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LAND / ESTATE AGENTS, VALUERS & RURAL CONSULTANTS

CALSIDE FARM

Craigs Road, Dumfries, DG1 4QJ

AN EXTREMELY DESIRABLE SMALLHOLDING BENEFITTING FROM A COMMANDING GEORGIAN FARMHOUSE, RANGE OF STABLES AND TRADITIONAL FARM BUILDINGS

Offered for Sale

Offers Over £765,000

Property Details

Property Type

  • Smallholding

CALSIDE FARM

  • SPACIOUS DETACHED FIVE BEDROOM FARMHOUSE
  • STEADING BUILDINGS CONTAINING 26 STABLES AND ASSOCIATED FACILITIES
  • TRADITIONAL COURTYARD STEADING (DEVELOPMENT POTENTIAL)
  • ABOUT 38 ACRES OF GRAZING LAND (WITH LONGER TERM DEVELOPMENT POTENTIAL)
  • MATURE LANDSCAPED GARDEN GROUNDS
  • WITHIN CLOSE PROXIMITY TO MAJOR ROAD NETWORKS
  • EPC: F (38)
  • IN ALL ABOUT 40.03 ACRES (16.199 HECTARES)
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Calside Farm is situated on the periphery of the south side of Dumfries. The property is nestled off a minor public road, surrounded by generous garden grounds with a traditional courtyard to the rear, along with a range of stables and associated facilities and about 38 acres of grazing land. The property in recent years has operated a very successful DIY equestrian livery yard.

Calside Farmhouse is a traditionally built Georgian house which has been occupied by the same family over 100 years. The farmhouse would benefit from a degree of cosmetic upgrading, however, presents a lovely, spacious family home retaining original period features . The property is approached by its own private driveway through mature garden grounds to the front. To the rear of the dwelling there is ample parking for several vehicles. Calside Farm offers huge potential and value for money for the discerning buyer in the present property market, with a range of flexible living. A feature of the property is that the dwellinghouse is fairly private from the equestrian yard.

The steading buildings at Calside Farmcurrently contain 26 stables and associated facilities, some of which have been utilised for DIY livery. The equestrian facilities benefit from a good sized, all weather menage, along with adequate horse box parking, tack rooms, feed stores, etc. The traditional steading located to the rear of the farmhouse is currently utilised for stabling and storage. Given that the regional council are usually favourable to change of use of these type of buildings, they could have some development potential. Any interested party wishing to pursue this would need to make their own enquiries with the regional council.

The land amounting to about 39 acres is currently down to grass, however, we are informed that the land is well capable for cropping. The land is contained within six good sized field enclosures, partly sub-divided into equestrian paddocks and is well-fenced and in good heart.

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