DM Hall and Watermans have brought Bellevue Farm, a compact land holding with a three-bedroom farmhouse and adjoining cottages, to the market.

The site is located in Sliddery on the Isle of Arran and has land and property with multiple outbuildings.

It is being sold in three lots. Lot 1 comprises the farmhouse and two one-bedroom cottages, outbuildings, planning consent for a three-bedroom house and 7.1ac of land.

It is available at offers over £355,000.

The country property, a traditional 1.5 storey stone-built farmhouse with a painted exterior under a slate roof, is in move-in order throughout.

There is a garden, laid to lawn with a stone boundary wall to the front of the property and a concreted yard area to the rear, providing parking and access to the workshops/sheds.

There may be scope to extend the property further into the farm buildings, subject to obtaining the necessary consents, DM Hall said.

Planning permission has been granted for a new three-bedroom house on the farm, subject to conditions, to replace a shed adjacent to the cottages.

Lot 2 comprises land extending to approximately 62.64ac with a Guide Price of £200,000.

It has historically been used for cattle and sheep, offers good grazing and is well drained and well managed.

The land is predominantly Class 4.1 for agriculture and class F4 for forestry according to the James Hutton Institute. Lot 2 will not be sold ahead of Lot 1.

Lot 3 comprises land extending to approximately 7.73ac with lapsed planning consent for a camping and caravan site. The guide price is £45,000.

Sliddery, Arran

Sliddery is a hamlet located at the rural south western tip of Arran.

Nearby Kilmory is an extension of the community, with a primary school and a village hall. Sliddery is also on the Arran Coastal Path and a variety of other trails nearby.

The property is within easy reach of local facilities at Blackwaterfoot. Brodick is the port from which a regular daily sailing service leads to the mainland at Ardrossan with trains to Glasgow.

Darren Lee of Watermans said: “Bellevue Farm is a fantastic lifestyle opportunity and represents a chance to add significant value. As such it is one that is rarely available.”

Jennifer Campbell of DM Hall’s rural property team said:

“Bellevue Farm offers a unique opportunity to acquire a wonderful island property with great potential, which historically served as a traditional working farm for many years.

“There are genuine opportunities, subject to the necessary consents, for significant development of the site, either in its entirety or as individual lots.”

All enquiries relating to Lot 1 should be directed to Watermans, and enquiries relating to Lot 2 and Lot 3 should be directed to DM Hall.