High Armsheugh Stables ,
Offers Over £525,000
- Property Type: Equestrian, Farm House
- Bedrooms: 4
- Bathrooms: 2
- Public Rooms: 2
High Armsheugh Stables is comprised of a gorgeous stone-built farmhouse and first class equestrian facilities that are set in the grounds of the old Annick estate, with stunning elevated views out to the Isle of Arran, a range of nearby hacking routes and located just off the A736 for swift commuting to Glasgow. The farmhouse provides a fantastic amount of charming family accommodation across six apartments, with modern fixtures and fittings, an extended dining kitchen, wood burners in the sitting rooms, a courtyard and garage to the rear and a large lawned garden to the front that enjoys an incredible outlook over countryside and across to Arran. The equestrian facilities have been developed and currently utilised by an experienced trainer and extend to 20 individual stables, with an additional two tack rooms, a feed store, a stable with a heat lamp and washing facility, hay lofts, a blacksmith's area, a hay store that is also used to garage work vehicles and horse boxes, and an impressive indoor training school, with electric lights and attached lunging/ turnout paddocks. The facilities sit on around 1.8 acres. There is also lapsed planning permission for the creation of four additional cottages to form an executive courtyard development, which would include the two detached stone stable blocks and two separate dwellings formed out of the attached buildings.
In more detail, the internal accommodation of the farmhouse extends to an entrance hallway with a separate door straight out to the courtyard at the rear, two large downstairs sitting rooms with wood burning stoves, a large farmhouse dining kitchen with an Aga and a pantry, a vestibule to the side with access into a utility room/ WC, under stairs storage and a downstairs bathroom. On the upper floor there is a master bedroom with an en suite shower room and windows to both the front and rear, two large double bedrooms and a single bedroom. There is an attached garage with a hay loft, and a gorgeous front garden laid with lawn, surrounded by hedging and with decorative shrubs and trees.
The equestrian facilities include an attached tack room, adjacent to the garage, and a large stable that is also attached to the main farmhouse, which includes five separate stables, a feed store and a stable with a heat lamp and washing facilities. There are three detached stable buildings, including a stone-built single storey building with three stables and a large tack room, a two storey stone building with a hay loft, four separate stables and an attached set of four additional stables and a separate blacksmith's area, and a third detached set of three/ four stables, with the smaller stable currently utilised as a tack room. There is a large hay store, which also houses tools, horse boxes and work vehicles, and a fantastic indoor training school extending to 140' x 70', with indoor lighting and adjacent lunging / turnout paddocks.
From our office in Troon continue towards Irvine via the A78 and exit at the Eglinton Interchange signposted for the A737. Take the fourth exit at the roundabout and stay left, continuing onto Long Drive. At the second roundabout take the first exit and at the next roundabout take the first exit onto the A736 towards Barrhead. Take the first exit on the right, just after Draught Burn, and continue into High Armsheugh Stables.
High Armsheugh is nestled just off the A736, which links into Glasgow City Centre, Glasgow Airport, flying to locations throughout the world, and the towns of Kilwinning and Irvine. There are nearby restaurants, including The Blair and The Torranyard, while further amenities can be found in the nearby towns, including retail shopping, supermarkets and leisure facilities. Eglinton Country Park is within hacking distance and Irvine beach is around 15 minutes away. Irvine has a championship golf course at Bogside and Royal Troon, a regular host of the Open Championship, can be found in Troon. Both primary and secondary schooling is close at hand and there is a generous collection of popular pubs, restaurants and cafes. There are mainline rail stations at both Irvine and Kilwinning and a regular bus service to Glasgow.
Branch Address29 Portland Street, Troon, KA10 6AA
Tel: 01292 310 010
Email: [email protected]
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