Gartur and Polmaise stable were originally one L-shaped building. The stable will be divided into two, creating two truly unique homes.

Fantastic opportunity to own a Georgian stable conversion retaining splendid architectural features. The house is entered via a bespoke glazed archway into original stable arch. The ground floor accommodation includes an open plan kitchen/dining/living room, utility room, shower room and separate family room, giving plenty of space for entertaining.

Gartur Stable - a Georgian Stable conversion featuring a glass arched entrance hallway.

An oak stair case leads to a further three bedrooms (master en-suite and dressing room), bathroom, and a library/study which sits above the archway. Gartur stable has beautiful views to Gartur House, the Touch Hills and the mountains to the north.

There are also outbuildings, an externally accessed cellar and a garage.

The kitchen features a ‘Silestone’ worktop and oak flooring
Family bathroom with porcelain tiling and free standing bath.
Hand built oak stair
The library features a triple arched window