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The property, Lot 1 of a wider landholding, has an attractive four bedroom farmhouse, a cottage, 152 acres of land and enjoys superb views over the Cree Estuary to the Galloway Hills.
The farm has a combination of high yielding silage land, merse and peat bog with natural capital potential, as well as an excellent range of farm buildings which have supported a dairy enterprise but the property is well suited to a variety of other uses, such as equestrian, as a diversified amenity landholding or as a smallholding.
Rose Nash of Galbraith, who is handling the sale, said: “This is a wonderful opportunity to acquire a small farm on the banks of the Cree Estuary and with great potential to develop a smallholding or perhaps develop into a tourism business.
Carsenestock Farm aerial view. (Pic: Galbraith)
“The four-bedroom farmhouse offers ideal family accommodation and there is also a farm cottage which could provide an additional income stream through short or long term lets, if desired.
“The landholding and buildings are also very adaptable for other farming enterprises and there is the potential to develop some of the traditional outbuildings.
“Property with sea frontage is relatively rare in Dumfries & Galloway, despite its long coastline. This is a rare opportunity to secure land and buildings in a beautiful part of the region”
Carsenestock Farmhouse is a traditional stone farmhouse under a slate roof with more recent extensions over the last few decades. The farmhouse enjoys a south easterly aspect with beautiful views over the Cree Estuary to the Galloway Hills.
Carsenestock Farmhouse. (Pic: Galbraith
The accommodation over two floors includes: boot room, utility room, pantry, living room, kitchen, office, lounge/dining room, conservatory, cloakroom, master bedroom with en-suite, three further bedrooms, shower room.
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