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HIGH CHAPELTON

Borgue, Kirkcudbright, DG6 4TY

AN EXCEPTIONAL EQUESTRIAN RESIDENTIAL SMALLHOLDING SITUATED ON THE PERIPHERY OF THE PICTURESQUE VILLAGE OF BORGUE WITHIN DUMFRIES & GALLOWAY

Offered for Sale

Offers Over £410,000

Property Details

Property Type

  • Equestrian

HIGH CHAPELTON

  • THREE BEDROOM DWELLINGHOUSE (1 EN-SUITE)
  • SYMPATHETICALLY MODERNISED TO A VERY HIGH STANDARD
  • ATTACHED FORMER BYRE (DEVELOPMENT POTENTIAL)
  • FIVE FULLY SERVICED STABLES
  • GRAZING PADDOCKS & FIELD SHELTER
  • EXTENDS TO ABOUT 8.64 ACRES
  • EPC RATING: E (44)
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High Chapelton is situated on the periphery of the pretty village of Borgue near Kirkcudbright in Dumfries & Galloway.

High Chapelton is set within a peaceful and picturesque location with distant sea and views over the stunning surrounding countryside. The location of the property is idyllic and unique for equestrian purposes, benefitting from off road hacking to the beach at Brighouse Bay and hacking on quiet roads to Carrick beach. The property is also within easy access of local show centres at Barstobrick and Calgow and within a short drive to the Galloway Forest Park.

The dwelling has been sympathetically upgraded and modernised to a very high standard forming a unique residence, including fully serviced stables and surrounded by its own land extending in total to about 8.64 acres. High Chapelton also benefits from an attached former byre (utilised as a workshop), which has electricity and water laid in. We are informed that this building has benefitted from planning permission in the past to extend the main dwellinghouse. Given the diversity of the property, there may be potential for development of a small livery business. Any potential purchaser would need to make their own enquiries in this respect with Dumfries & Galloway Council (www.dumgal.gov.uk/planning)

The village of Borgue is a very active community and benefits from a primary school, Hotel and the annual Borgue Fair a highlight in Borgue’s social calendar. Borgue is located close to the coast and the beautiful sandy coves and beaches.

OUTSIDE
The front of the property is accessed via a hard standing former courtyard. There are large garden grounds to the rear, which are neatly laid to lawns and a raised patio area. From the garden grounds, an agricultural gate provides access to the stables.

THE STABLES & ASSOCIATED AMENITIES
High Chapelton benefits from four wooden stables, each being 14ft x 14ft with a concrete base and fully rubber matted with a 4ft overhang. The stables benefit lighting and water laid in. A fifth stable is situated within the workshop which is 12ft x 12ft. Located within the grazing land, there exists a field shelter which could be converted to stabling, if required. The field shelter measures 30ft x 14ft and has a concrete floor with rubber matting.

There is ample room at High Chapelton for the development of an arena, however any interested party would need to make their own enquiries in this respect with Dumfries & Galloway Council, should they wish to pursue this. A storage container (20ft x 8ft) with a lean-to off (18ft x 9ft) is situated opposite the wooden stables and is currently utilised as a tack room for harnesses,
saddlery and feed storage, with the lean-to utilised for hay storage.

GRAZING PADDOCKS
The grazing land at High Chapelton extend in total to about 8.64 acres to include the areas occupied by the dwellinghouse, access tracks, etc. The land spans both sides of the farm drive and is currently all down to grass for grazing. The enclosures benefit from water laid in. As stated earlier, the grazing land benefits from a standalone field shelter.

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