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Landberrick Farm, Whauphill

Newton Stewart, DG8 9PN

OFFERS OVER £1,640,000 | Newton Stewart | Farm | 3 bedrooms



An opportunity to purchase a productive grazing farm situated within the Machers area of Wigtownshire. The property has stunning views of the surrounding countryside and coastline.

  • Well-equipped modern/traditional steading with good quality grassland
  • Stunning views of the coastline
  • Excellent opportunities for diversification

Extending to 201.49 acres (81.54 hectares) Landberrick Farm offers excellent grazing/arable opportunities, 3 high yeilding wind turbines, a traditional Farmhouse, a 4-bedroom Bungalow and a traditional stone barn with development potential.

Lot 1:
Offers Over: £1,300,000

Traditional/ modern steading, traditional 3-bedroom Farmhouse, 3 wind turbines, a traditional stone barn with development potential, and 201.49 acres (81.54 hectares) of grazing.

Lot 2:
Offers Over: £340,000

Stablefield Bungalow - a 4 bed property set in approximately an acre of land, laid out with mature gardens and has stunning views of the surrounding area

Available as a whole or in lots. 
Offers over: £1,640,000

Lot 1: Steading, Farmhouse, 3 x wind turbines, Traditional Stone Barn and Land


Landberrick farmhouse is a charming traditional 1 1/2-storey, 3-bedroom house, under a timber and slate roof with a private good-sized garden. The property has a large living room and dining room, wood burning stoves and ample
character features. To the north of the farmhouse, lies a range of modern and traditional buildings and to the east of the property lies Stablefield Bungalow. Internally, the property is in reasonable condition but could do with some modernisation. The house benefits from a mains water supply, oil central heating with drainage to a septic tank.
Council Tax: Band D
EPC Rating: Band E (48)

Accommodation comprises:

Ground Floor: Good sized traditional lounge with multifuel stove, large utility room, shower room, dining room, good sized farmhouse kitchen and large traditional study.

First Floor:  2 x large double Bedrooms with dormer windows, 1 x single bedroom and good sized bathroom

Externally the dwelling benefits from ample parking to the rear. To the side of the house is a good-sized garden, laid down to lawn

Traditional Stone Byre (15 m x 6 m)

Traditional Stone byre with timber and slate roof earthen floor. The building is currently used for storage but has development potential, subject to the purchaser acquiring the required planningpermissions.

Wind Turbines

The property hosts three productive 15 KW wind turbines on Feed in Tariffs which provide acombined annual income of up to £30,000 a year.


Included in the sale is a traditional steading with a range of traditional and modern buildings to support a variety of farming operations.

1. Traditional Stone Byre (15 m x 6 m)
Traditional Stone byre with timber and slate roof with an earthen floor. The building is currently used for storage but has development potential, subject to the purchaser acquiring the required
planning permissions.
2. Dutch Barn (22.50m x 7.50m)
Dutch barn with corrugated metal sheet roof and walling, and earth floor.
3. Store (23 m x 7 m)
Steel portal framed shed with metal clad roof and walling, concrete floor, and concrete block walls.
4. Dutch Barn (22.5m x 7.5m)
Dutch barn with corrugated metal clad roof and walling with concrete block walls.
5. Cattle court with Store (34.5 m x 9 m)
Red brick cattle court with concrete rendered walls, concrete floor and corrugated sheet roof.
There is an adjoining storeroom at the end of the building.
6. Former Cubicle Shed and Milking Parlour (32.5m x 22 m)
Atcost building with concrete floor, concrete block walls with corrugated sheet roof.
7. Silage Pit (46.5m x 14m)
Reinforced 2.5m shuttered concrete walls with concrete floor. To the front is a concrete apronand effluent tank.
8. Cattle Handling Pens
Cattle Handling Pens with Cattle Crush included.



The farm is well fenced with clean pastures and serviced by mains water; the land is classified as 3.2/ 4.2 under the James Hutton Institute. The majority of the farm is ploughable and capable of a mixture of livestock and arable crops.

The land at Landberrick has a west facing aspect, it extends to 201.49 acres (81.54 hectares) of productive arable and grassland, with most of the farm sitting between 35 and 55 metres above sea level.
The land is currently down to grass leys and historically Landberrick was a dairy farm, running 150 cows plus followers.

Most of the land at Landberrick has been maintained to a very high standard and is capable of a mixed livestock and
arable enterprise.


Lot 2: Stablefield Bungalow

Stablefield Bungalow is a spacious 4-bedroom bungalow in excellent condition, set in approximately 1 acres of land, with stunning views of the Port William coastline and the Mull of Galloway.The property would make an excellent bungalow for a couple or family looking to relocate to the coast.

In recent years the property has been modernised to an exceptionally high standard by the owners and would be attractive as a main or holiday residence.

The property hosts a king-sized master bedroom and ensuite and three large double bedrooms. Along with a large, fitted kitchen, with utility room, a light and spacious lounge and a good-sized family room with stunning views of the surrounding countryside.

Externally the property hosts a large double garage, easy to maintain and well-presented patio, rear garden and a large front garden laid to lawn.
Home report available on request

EPC: Band C (69)
Council Tax: Band E