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Delightful Country Property Presenting A Range Of Agricultural And Equestrian Facilities In Accessible Rural Location

With a floodlit outdoor riding arena and agricultural land extending to some 21.44 hectares (53.00 acres), Mains of Buchlyvie presents a fantastic lifestyle opportunity as it goes on sale with property consultancy Galbraith. 

Enjoying a peaceful yet accessible location in rural Stirlingshire, Mains of Buchlyvie is a delightful four-bedroom farmhouse complete with a range of traditional and modern outbuildings and equestrian facilities. The pasture land is well suited for grazing livestock and horses as well as fodder production.

Providing spacious accommodation over two floors, the layout of the house would facilitate modern family living with the adjoining outbuildings presenting a development opportunity to extend the property’s residential offering, subject to the necessary consents. 

One of the outbuildings is now a modern hot tub room complete with television and toilet facilities. There is also a bunk house, double garage, workshop, log store and a number of livestock sheds including cattle, sheep and two hay sheds. The riding arena is 50m x 28m in size and is fully floodlit.  

There is a modern bungalow on site, known as Baron House, which is excluded from the sale but can be made available by separate negotiation.  Baron House has four-bedrooms, all with en-suite, and has been utilised for holiday rentals until recently. 

Alistair Christie, handling the sale for Galbraith, said:

This property offers a wealth of accommodation for modern family living in a beautiful Scottish countryside setting. With a number of useful outbuildings, it’s the perfect location for equestrian lovers and anyone considering a move to the country to take advantage of the fantastic work-life balance on offer. 

The opportunity to purchase the additional property is highly appealing and would allow families to live side by side and enjoy precious time together, a popular choice for many who have reassessed their priorities in current circumstances.

The village of Buchlyvie is situated approximately half a mile to the west of the property and offers a range of local amenities including a grocery store, health centre and primary school. There is a wider range of amenities available in the nearby villages of Balfron and Kippen. 

The City of Stirling provides a central point for national transport utilising the M8 and M9 motorways, the train station is only 18 miles to the west and both Glasgow and Edinburgh airports are within 30 miles.

Mains of Buchlyvie is for sale through Galbraith at offers over £900,000.