• Large traditional farmhouse and 2 semi-detached cottages • Extensive range of farm buildings including large modern general purpose shed extending to 1570sq.m or thereby • Predominantly grade 3(1) & 3(2) productive farmland extending to 82Ha (202 acres) or thereby
• Impressive modern 3/4 bedroom house • Garden grounds, summer house and garage • Adjoining paddock extending to 2.2Ha (5.4 acres) or thereby with pond
Situation Redhill Farm is situated in a pleasant elevated position overlooking surrounding farmland and benefitting from coastal views towards the Moray Firth and the Kessock Bridge. The farm is conveniently located approximately 6 miles east of the City centre of Inverness and enjoys good communication links via either the A96, railway system or nearby Inverness Airport.
Farmhouse Redhill Farmhouse is a large traditional one and a half storey stone and slate dwelling with single storey extensions to the side and rear. The property would benefit from modernisation yet provides comfortable and spacious family accommodation.
First Floor 3 Double Bedrooms and Bathroom
The farmhouse benefits from oil fired central heating and is partially double glazed.
The south east facing dwelling enjoys a pleasant outlook over Redhill farmland and beyond with a substantial garden area to the front and ample parking.
1 & 2 Redhill Cottages Included at Redhill are a pair of single storey semi-detached cottages which are situated on the eastern edge of the farm steading. Each cottage is of traditional harled stone and slate construction with a flat roof extension to the rear. The internal layouts are shown on the attached floor plan, but in summary the accommodation in each cottage comprises:
1 Redhill Cottages has recently been renovated and benefits from double glazing. In addition, it has a large floored loft space.
Both properties benefit from oil fired central heating and open fireplace with back boiler.
Farm Buildings The farm buildings at Redhill comprise a range of traditional and more modern buildings. These are primarily laid out around Redhill Farmhouse with a detached large modern shed located a short distance to the east of the steading.
According to the Macaulay Institute for Soil Research (now the James Hutton Institute), the agricultural land is predominantly classified as grade 3(1) and grade 3(2) arable land with small areas of grade 4 land at the north, adjacent to the Moray Firth.
The farmland forms a compact block allowing for efficient field operations and lies at an altitude of between 0m and 30m above sea level.
Ar Dachaigh is an impressive modern property which provides spacious family accommodation over two floors. The internal layout is shown on the attached floor plan, but in summary the accommodation comprises:
Ground Floor Vestibule, Utility Room, Dining Room/Bedroom 4, Lounge with woodburner, Kitchen with Dining Area, Shower Room and WC
Ar Dachaigh benefits from oil fired central heating, double glazing throughout and an integrated garage.
The south facing dwelling enjoys a picturesque outlook with views of surrounding farmland, the Moray Firth and the Kessock Bridge beyond. There is a large attractive garden and summer house.
Included in Lot 2 is the adjacent field extending to 2.2Ha (5.4 acres) or thereby which borders Ar Dachaigh to the north and west. The paddock is currently in grass and this lot further benefits from an attractive pond.
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