The smallholding sits at the end of a one mile long track leading from the main road at Pitkennedy. The area is rural but around 8 minutes drive from Forfar. The closest property is approx. half a mile away and the smallholding is bounded by fields and forest land,
Property consisting of a three bedroom cottage with garage, steading, barns and approx. 1.6 acres of arable ground. Total area of 2.6 acres.
The cottage is stone built with two later extensions. It has three good sized bedrooms, living room, kitchen diner, bathroom and small conservatory. The cottage was fully renovated five years ago which included significant re-plastering, a new fitted kitchen, new LPG gas boiler and further insulation to loft spaces. Central heating and double glazing are fitted throughout. There is an enclosed large garden, mainly lawn with stepped lower area containing a greenhouse. Close to the cottage is a brick built garage with attached brick store and inspection pit. Doors and windows of the garage are in need of repair.
Across from the cottage is a stone built steading (5m x 12m approx.) within which are steps to an additional upper store. Attached to the steading are two steel framed and block built cattle courts with a central walkway approx. 18m x 21m.
A further more modern block built barn approx 17.5m x 8.5m sits at one end of the site. This has a new concrete screed and drop ceiling with insulation above and recently fitted electrical power points and fluorescent lighting. To the rear of this is an open fronted three bay shed, and to the side is a recently poured concrete slab with insulation beneath replacing an original lean to.
Concrete hard standing sits to the rear of the cattle courts and there is a loading ramp close to the barns.
Additional attached arable land consists of an area of approx. 1.6 acres in two parcels, the greater part being approx. 1.3 acres. This land has been left fallow over the last ten years with no chemicals applied.