Galbraith has brought Cockmuir Farm – a 112ac site including a farmhouse, arable and pasture land, wetland and woodland – to the market.

The property, which is situated in Moray four miles from Elgin, is for sale through Galbraith for offers over £835,000.

Cockmuir Farm features amenity areas and productive land, the property consultancy said, with about 26ha of arable land, 1.2ha of paddocks, 12.9ha of woodland and 4.3ha of wetland.

Partner with Galbraith, Rod Christie, said: “Farms such as Cockmuir are rare to the market here in Moray. 

“With an elegant and substantial traditional farmhouse together with the land and steading, it will be of considerable interest to lifestyle buyers and to those with agricultural, equestrian and environmental interests.”

Adjacent to the farmhouse is a stone and slate built steading which offers storage and livestock accommodation (suitable for sheep and as stabling for ponies and horses), as well as potential for development into additional accommodation (subject to planning permission), Galbraith said.


Galbraith said the farmhouse includes “many fine period features” including fireplaces, high corniced ceilings and bay windows.

It has an open plan kitchen/dining room, sitting room, dining room, four reception rooms and six double bedrooms.

As well as this, it has a utility room, shower room, bathroom, additional WC, dressing room and a loft room.

The house is heated by gas central heating and in addition is connected to a bank of 38 solar panels (circa 9.5kW) which generates a “modest” annual income and helps reduce ongoing electricity consumption, Galbraith said.

“To the side and rear of the house is a delightful garden with a timber decking, areas of lawn and mature hedges, flower beds and borders,” the property consultancy said.

“There is ample parking space for several vehicles. The grounds are nicely protected to the north by some relatively recently planted mixed species woodland in addition to a further strip planted on the western edge of the farm.”