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Stunning Steading Conversion with Paddock for Sale in South Lanarkshire

A stunning steading conversion in a private semi-rural position with over three acres of land has come on the open market.


Galbraith is pleased to launch the sale of The Hayloft, a detached six bedroom family house located in South Lanarkshire close to the village of Carnwath and with the town of Lanark around 10 miles away.

The accommodation on offer is within the traditional steading building laid out over two storeys and with an extension to the side and a large garage. 


With exposed wooden beams and original stone walls, the house retains a lot of traditional features and is full of warmth and character with log burning stoves, wooden floors and an open plan kitchen dining room. A master bedroom with en-suite shower and dressing room is a lovely feature and an office, ideal for working from home, and a sixth bedroom, currently used as a games room, completes the accommodation.      


Isla Shaw, handling the sale for Galbraith, said: “The Hayloft is a beautiful family home benefiting from being in a semi-rural yet easily accessible location within easy commuting distance of both Glasgow and Edinburgh. This property should appeal to lifestyle buyers keen to enjoy some countryside living with the added bonus of a paddock for equestrian lovers.


“The accommodation on offer is finished to a very high standard and is highly flexible whereby a separate annex could be created with minimal work and could serve as a granny flat for elderly family members or for visiting guests.”   

The grounds of The Hayloft extend to just over three acres including the paddock which is located to the south of the house. The immediate garden grounds are mainly lawn with mature shrubs, trees and plants
and the additional land is accessed via the garden over a bridge and is currently down to pasture.


The property is a short drive from the historic market towns of Biggar and Lanark. Biggar is well served with a range of independent local shops and cafes, while Lanark has all the facilities and amenities that would be expected in a larger town. There are also excellent local train links just a short drive away, to Edinburgh (from both Carstairs and Livingston) and to Glasgow (from Lanark). 


Outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy the historic 18-hole golf course at Lanark, and have easy access to the Scottish Borders and Clyde Valley which provide many excellent walks including Tinto Hill, and the Falls of Clyde and World Heritage Site at New Lanark. 



The HayLoft, Carnwath, South Lanarkshire is for sale through Galbraith at offers over £595,000.