A wonderful opportunity to own a secluded diverse farm, rich in Natural Capital
A charming residential, amenity farm with far reaching views over Loch Fleet.
The farm is accessed off a minor county road via a farm road and small bridge that crosses the Carnaig River. The Carnaig flows out of Loch Buidhe on its way to the River Fleet. The traditional stone and slate farmhouse sits in an elevated position, set back from the A9 with easterly views over its own agricultural fields and The Alders, an area of attractive tidal wetlands. A haven for wading birds, waterfowl and frequently visited by the osprey, The Alders comprise a myriad of intertidal sand and mudflats. Drier areas comprise birch and alder.
Torboll Farmhouse is a traditional two storey house built from stone under a slate roof, with oil fired central heating. The house has recently had double glazing installed but requires further upgrading and modernisation. Previously comprising on the ground floor; two reception rooms, kitchen, bathroom, office, boiler room and separate W.C. First Floor; 3-bedroom, box room, bathroom. Behind the house is an attractive traditional, stone U-shaped steading with covered centre. Subject to planning the building offers significant development potential. In addition, there are four further buildings comprising hay barn, two general stores and livestock building. Beyond the buildings is Torboll Cottage a spacious two storey stone and slate cottage comprising on the ground floor; sitting room, kitchen and utility with Shower. First floor; two bedrooms and family bathroom.
The farm benefits 56 hectares of ploughable grassland, 6 hectares of rough grazing and the Alders. Salmon and sea trout fishing is owned in the Rivers Fleet and Carnaig. There is outstanding wildfowling and rough shooting available on the whole property.