Closing date set for receipt of formal Scottish offers no later than noon Wednesday 10th July 2019.
A productive former dairy farm extending to in total to 236.13 acres (95.56ha) with a large traditional farmhouse, separate cottage and extensive range of outbuildings for cattle housing.
South Threave is located 14 miles from the market town of Ayr, 6 miles from Girvan, 31 miles and 34 miles respectively from Cairnryan Port and the City of Glasgow.
South Threave farmhouse is a large six bedroom traditional property offering extensive accommodation over three floors. The house is constructed of stone under a pebble dash render and under a slate tile roof. Internally the property benefits from an oil fired combi-boiler providing heating via radiator in every room. The farmhouse is double glazed, with drainage to a private septic tank. The property is well maintained and decorated to good standard throughout and benefits from panoramic views to sea and Ailsa Craig.
The separate 3 bedroom cottage is of Dorran pre-fabricated construction under a tile roof with a brick base and pebble dash finish. The property benefits from double glazing, drainage to a septic tank and an oil fired central heating.
The farm is currently supplied by Single Phase mains electricity with a Three Phase supply from the transformer.
The property is supplied by a private water supply coming from a borehole. It is understood the borehole supplies neighbouring properties and there is an informal agreement that the cost of maintaining the pumps is split in the spring of each year. The majority of the agricultural land is connected to the water supply with troughs in the majority of fields. Uv filters are planned to be fitted to the residential properties.
There is an extensive range of outbuildings providing cattle housing and crop storage.
The agricultural land extends to 236.13 acres (95.56ha) and is of high quality suitable both mowing and cropping. The majority of the farm is in a ring fenced block, with a further block of land lying to the West on the side of a unclassified road.
All of the land is currently down to grass, and is capable of producing up to three cuts of silage and good cereal yields. The boundaries across the farm have been well maintained and are a combination of hedge and stock fencing. The land is of excellent.
The land is registered for Basic Payment purposes, the number of entitlements held in 2018 was 104.76 Region 1 entitlements and 2.68 Region 2 entitlements. In 2018
The transfer of the entitlements will take place following by completion and this transfer will be undertaken by the Seller’s agent for a cost of £250 to be paid by the Buyer.
The payment in relation to the current farming year will be retained by the Seller.