Comprising of the house, annex/holiday cottage, buildings, paddock, annex/holiday cottage, buildings, paddock and field extending to 8.62 acres (3.49 hectares) in all and shown coloured in pink on the attached Property Plan.
Comprising of 37.61 acres (15.22 hectares) of grassland and shown coloured in blue on this plan.
The Dabbins is situated in a peaceful location close to the Solway Coast and Caerlaverock Wetland Reserve, yet only about 6 miles south east of the regional town of Dumfries and 9 miles west of Annan. The A75 Gretna to Stranraer trunk road then lies about 5 miles to the north of the property with Gretna and Junction 45 on the M6 motorway lying about 19 miles to the east. There are a wide range of amenities available in Dumfries with two local country primary schools situated within a few miles of the property and secondary education at Dumfries and Annan academies.
This is traditionally built mainly of stone under a slate roof and has been extended and improved over the years to form the existing accommodation as shown on the attached floor plan. The original house comprises of an entrance hall and passage with front entrance door and doors off to master bedroom with en-suite shower, bedroom 2 and living room with woodfuel stove. There are then doors off to bedroom 3 and a well appointed dining kitchen with units and a Range Master cooker. A door from the kitchen then leads through to a rear hall with rear entrance door and doors to cloakroom, with a W.C, wash hand basin and shower and built in airing cupboard with oil fired central heating boiler. The original accommodation was then extended into the outbuildings and linked up with a attractive sun lounge with windows and doors overlooking the front garden and the rear yard area. A further bedroom and bathroom were then created in this outbuilding and an annex/holiday cottage added to include a large kitchen/living/dining area, 2 bedrooms and a bathroom with a rear hall with a rear entrance door to the garden area. There is then a front entrance door out of the kitchen/living/dining area to the rear yard and parking area.
These comprise a range of mainly modern buildings with a framed general purpose building and a substantial block, built in around 2004, and forming six standard stables and tack room with a cantilever roof over the front of the building and solar panels to the rear.There is also a two span cattle court with central feed passage with an adjoining general purpose building and a detached workshop.
This includes a paddock and field extending to approximately 8 acres (3 hectares).
This extends to about 37.61 acres (15.22 Ha) in area and is mainly in permanent grass with a small area of fenced off drainage ditch with grass banks. It includes a small grass paddock adjoining the house, and buildings with six enclosures of grass land and a fenced off drainage ditch with grass banks lying across the public road from the farm steading.
The land is mainly watered from field troughs fed from the mains supply and it is generally well fenced with good access off the public road. The land is all quite level and is classified as lying within a Severely Disadvantaged Less Favoured Area by the Scottish Government Rural Payments and Inspections Division (SGRPID) and all the enclosures are in payment Region 1 for Basic Payment Scheme purposes. The farm steading and paddock lie within a Nitrate Vulnerable Zone but all the remaining land lies outwith this zone.