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Detached 3 bedroom house with outbuildings and grazing land extending to 3.83 acres (1.55 Ha).

Lot 1 Milliganbushfield, Gretna, Dumfriesshire, DG16 5HW

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Detached 3 bedroom house with outbuildings and grazing land extending to 3.83 acres (1.55 Ha).

Lot 1 Milliganbushfield, Gretna, Dumfriesshire, DG16 5HW

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Detached 3 bedroom house with outbuildings and grazing land extending to 3.83 acres (1.55 Ha).

Milliganbushfield, Gretna, Dumfriesshire , DG16 5HW

Guide Price £400,000
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Milliganbushfield Farmhouse, Buildings and Land extending to 3.83 acres.

Milliganbushfield Farmhouse is a traditional family home, with great scope to make it an extremely desirable family home, arranged over two floors and has a good balance of reception rooms and bedrooms as described briefly below:

Farmhouse: Kitchen, utility room, living room, sitting room, family bathroom, first bedroom and front porch. Upstairs there are two further bedrooms, an office and second bathroom.

Exterior: Well maintained lawned garden, useful range of storage stores and a tarmac courtyard offering ample parking.
The kitchen features base and wall units and an extractor fan, off the kitchen the useful utility room is accessed which provides additional storage space and the oil boiler which was installed in 2020. The living room is also accessed from the kitchen which benefits from an open fireplace as does the sitting room. Through the living room the hallway is accessed where the front porch, bathroom, first bedroom and stairs to the first floor are accessed. The wet room bathroom has a toilet, sink and walk in shower. Upstairs the family bathroom features a bath, toilet and sink. There are two further double bedrooms both benefitting from fitted wardrobes and views over the open countryside and a fourth room/office which is accessed through the third bedroom.
The Buildings
The well maintained range of traditional and modern agricultural buildings can be utilised for a range of uses including equestrian, with an extensive area of hardstanding, there is huge potential to utilise the space for a variety of different agricultural and commercial enterprises. They are briefly described below:
Hay Shed
Traditional stone and slate barn previously benefitting from planning permission for conversion into four dwellinghouses.
General Purpose Shed
Open fronted steel portal framed with part concrete block part plastic coated tin clad sides and roof with an earth floor and electricity supply.
General Purpose Shed
Open fronted steel portal framed with plastic coated tin clad sides and roof with an earth floor.
The Land
A single block of good quality grazing land extending to approximately 3.83 acres (1.55 Ha).

The land is categorised as mainly Grade 4.2 and 5.1 according to the James Hutton Institute of Soil Capability for Agriculture, which is land capable of average grassland and therefore is well suited to stock rearing.

The land is registered with SGRPID, the holding number is 309/0075. No entitlements to the Single Farm Payment Scheme are included in the sale.

Situation

The property is situated a short distance to the north of Gretna Green and offers a highly convenient location for access to the centre of Gretna where local amenities can be sought including Gretna Green Outlet Centre, a Doctors Surgery, two Primary Schools, hotels, restaurants and more. For commuters, there is excellent access to the M74 north and the M6 south which provides links with the major commercial centres of the region. The property benefits from being in a rural location while still having road links to surrounding agricultural amenities such as livestock markets and agricultural suppliers.

Directions

As you leave Gretna Green on the B7076 heading west, take the right just after the ‘Famous Blacksmith’s Shop’, signposted for Chapelknowe. Travel along this road for approximately 2.6 miles, and then take the right signposted for Longtown. The property is then the first on the right hand side along this road.

 
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Key Features

  • Stone and slate detached farmhouse requiring a degree of modernisation, however has scope to be a desirable family home.
  • Agricultural grazing land extending to 3.83 acres (1.55 Ha).
  • A range of agricultural outbuildings with scope for future development.
  • Located in a peaceful rural location yet providing excellent access to the nearby motorway.
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