Gallangad Farm is a productive livestock unit equipped with a traditional farmhouse, an excellent range of modern farm buildings and area of productive pasture land extending to approximately 315 acres in total.
Duncan Barrie, a partner with Galbraith and head of the firm’s National Farm Sales Centre, said:
The farmhouse has been renovated recently and offers three bedrooms and a large garden area, surrounded by attractive countryside and in a private position. The farm buildings are all modern, in excellent condition and are currently used for housing the beef herd and for fodder storage.
Of particular note is the Bothy with planning consent for conversion to a three-bedroom holiday home. This could be renovated by the purchasers and could potentially be used to generate an additional income stream, particularly given the lovely scenery all around.
The purchasers will also benefit from close proximity to the amenities of Gartocharn, a delightful conservation village which is 3 miles away and Balfron Station which is 4.5 miles away. Glasgow is just 23 miles from the holding. All in all Gallangad Farm is an excellent proposition.
Gallangad is situated within the renowned Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park, offering a range of leisure opportunities such as climbing and hill walking. There are picturesque views from the property towards the Trossachs and Ben Lomond in the distance.
The farmland at Gallangad, which is down to for pasture and currently used for grazing and fodder production, has been classified as principally Grade 3.2 with smaller areas of Grade 5 and 6 by the James Hutton Institute.
Galbraith, one of the UK’s most respected land agents, has brought 4,328 acres of farmland and farms to the market in Scotland this month, valued in excess of £22.5m. In the last year Galbraith has marketed 25,000 acres of agricultural land across Scotland and Northern England.
The sellers will consider offers for Gallangad Farm as a whole, or in two lots as follows:
Further details of each lot are available from Galbraith.