- Traditional 3-bedroom farmhouse
- Traditional steading with further guest accommodation
- Architect designed office building with workshop and garages
- Modern portal frame outbuilding
- About 141.42 acres of farmland
CLOSING DATE SET FOR THURSDAY, 25 APRIL 2019 AT 12 NOON.
LOT 1: WESTER GARTCHONZIE HOUSE, BUILDINGS
AND FARMLAND EXTENDING TO ABOUT 57.23 HA
Situated on the north side of the gravelled courtyard, Wester Gartchonzie House is of traditional stone construction under a slate roof. The accommodation is arranged over two floors as shown on the floorplan at the end of these particulars.
Porch: with slate floor, wooden benches, wooden panelled walls and ceiling and astragal windows with an astragal glazed door leading to:
Inner Hall: with hanging rail and shelf above, panelled walls and built-in shelved store cupboard.
L-shaped Shower Room: with walk-in shower, WC, wash-hand basin, heated towel rail, tiled walls, slate tiled floor and a wall mounted extractor.
Kitchen: with wooden floor and fitted floor and wall units. Within the units there is a built-in microwave,
ceramic Siemens hob and under-counter oven, dishwasher and built-in hot water cylinder with
immersion heater. There is a separate fitted dresser
unit with glazed cupboards above.
Hall: with stairs to first floor. Glazed double doors to
Porch with bench seats, astragal glazed windows
and half glazed astragal door to garden and timber
panelled walls. Doors to:
Sitting Room: views over the garden to Ben Ledi.
Walk-in Understair Cupboard with coat hooks.
Landing: with hatch giving access to the Loft. Off the landing is a shelved Linen Cupboard.
Bedroom 1: triple aspect windows facing south, west and north with built-in shelved cupboard.
Bedroom 2: spacious bedroom with views over the courtyard towards Ben Gullipen.
Bedroom 3: spacious room with views towards the hill ground with built-in shelved cupboards.
Bathroom: bath with shower attachment, WC, wash-hand basin, fitted mirror-fronted shelved cupboards,
wall-mounted electric towel rail, slate tiled floor and
part panelled and part tiled walls.
The Bothy is of stone built construction under a slate roof with a covered open porch, a large stonebuilt fireplace at one end, vaulted panelled ceiling and electric night storage heating.
Bedroom: with wooden panelled walls and built-in shelved and hanging cupboards.
Shower Room: with shower cabinet, WC, wash-hand basin and wooden panelled walls.
Small Lobby: with electric fuse boxes and access to roof space leading to a small attic.
The Annex is a stone built building on the south side
of the courtyard with a slate roof and a door to:
Entrance Hall: with built-in shelved cupboards and access to roof space.
Bedroom: with access to roof space and night storage heaters.
Bathroom: with tiled floor, panelled walls, bath with shower attachment, WC, wash-hand basin, heated towel rail, extractor fan and a built-in shelved cupboard with hot water cylinder.
Former Game Larder: with tiled floor and walls, porcelain sink, Newlec heater for hot water and slate shelf.
Garage: with two double doors of block built construction with a stone facing, concrete floor and slate roof.
Store Shed: with plumbing for washing machine.
Utility Room/Laundry with stainless steel sink and drainer and cupboard below, plumbing for washing machine, oil-fired Grant boiler and pump for hot water and central heating, clothes drying pulley and a fitted wall cupboard.
OFFICE, WORKSHOP, DOUBLE GARAGE
Of block built construction with a timber faced
exterior, under a slate roof with concrete floor, two
large double doors, a work bench and shelves with
hooks below and a side entrance to the Office with a
wood burning stove and panelled walls.
Modern Shed (30m x 20m) sitting to the east of the house and traditional outbuildings there is a more modern galvanized steel portal frame shed under a fibre cement roof with part space board walls, and open to ground level at both ends. The building is used for storage and also has individual block built pens with a cattle handling area including a Ritchie crush for Highland Cattle. The building would also be ideal for equestrian use.
The farmland within Lot 1 extends to approximately 57.23 Ha (141.42 Acres) in total, and is split into several enclosures with a mixture of in-bye pasture
and woodland plantations. The farmland has been previously let out on a seasonal basis for sheep and cattle, prior to that approximately 30 highland cattle plus followers were run in hand on the farm by the current owners. The woodland provides a natural environment for wildlife as well as excellent shelter
for livestock during hasher periods of weather. The land has been principally classified as Grade 4.1 with areas of Grade 4.2 and Grade 5.2 by the James Hutton Institute and is generally of a northerly aspect rising from 85m to 120m above sea level.
EPC Rating = F
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