Sunday, 4 May 2014
A croft, a cottage and a Victorian villa - Scotland
First up is this farmhouse and steading of around a quarter of an acre.
There's a big farmhouse kitchen, sitting room, hall and scullery downstairs; three bedrooms, bathroom and boxroom upstairs
Outside are attached, stonebuilt stables and outbuildings, wrapped around a courtyard area:
Great views across Glendaruel, on the Cowal Peninsula in Argyll, it's in Colintraive - a 30 minute drive from Dunnon, the nearest town.
Auchategan Croft failed to sell at auction on May 1st, via Wilson's, with a guide price of £100k. Details here.
A smaller house but more land is Doularg Cottage, at Barr, in Ayrshire - below.
Stinchar Valley. There is planning permission in place to renovate and extend the property into a two-bedroom, single storey home with garage.
It's sold with the steel storage container you can see in the above picture and a 30-foot static caravan with wood-burning stove - just seen in pic below:
Doularg cottae is around a mile from the village of Barr and about nine miles from the town of Girvan.
It's up for sale at offers around £79k, through S1 Homes, details here
If those two are a touch too remote for you, how about this stone-built, four-bedroom villa, in Hamilton, South Lanarkshire:
It's on the market through Clyde Property at offers over £159,950. Details here.