The property has planning permission in place for the redevelopment of three buildings adjacent to the farmhouse. Jennifer Campbell, handing the sale of the property on behalf of Galbraith said:
This is an excellent opportunity for a purchaser to acquire a property which has ready-made equestrian facilities, several other useful outbuildings and suitable grazing land. It is rare to find a property of this type which is so accessible to central Glasgow, being only about 25 minutes’ drive.
In addition, Tannoch Farmhouse offers the potential for the development of three existing buildings which already have planning permission for conversion to one or more residential dwellings. Some of this development work is already in progress and it would be relatively straightforward for the purchaser to finish the project, thereby adding value to the property, with the advantage of being free to configure the new house or houses as they wish.
The land at Tannoch is good quality and would also lend itself to the development of a smallholding if desired. It is a lovely situation and the extent of the planning permission offers great potential for a purchaser to create one or more residential lets, offering a regular income stream.
Tannoch Farmhouse, originally believed to belong to a dairy farm dating back to 1869, is a most attractive traditional stone-built steading. The property sits in an elevated position with a lovely outlook over the Luggie Burn and rolling countryside and woodlands beyond. The property provides flexible accommodation over one and a half storeys, with the potential to be considerably extended.
Internally the property is presented in very good order and ideally laid out for modern day family life, with a sunroom; living room with dual aspect and woodburning stove; three bedrooms, two of which have dressing areas and either an en-suite shower room or bathroom. In particular the very attractive kitchen/dining room with AGA and central island is a stylish addition to the house; the kitchen also has French doors leading to a decked terrace to enjoy the views and the tranquillity.
The land, which extends to 5.8 acres, has a mainly southerly aspect and has been classified as Grade 3.2 by the James Hutton Institute. The land has historically been used for cattle but more recently for equestrian purposes. All fields are easily accessible and serviced by either mains or natural fed water sources and have excellent fenced boundaries with vehicular access.
Tannoch is ideally situated for small holding purposes, amenity or equine use, and the surrounding area is well catered for by agricultural and equestrian suppliers. Palacerigg Country Park is adjacent to the house, offering nature trails, bridlepaths and children’s play facilities.
The centre of Glasgow is less than 20 miles away and the property is close to the junctions with the M8 and M80 motorways. Glasgow Airport is about 30 minutes by car.
Tannoch Farmhouse & Steadings is for sale through Galbraith for offers over £495,000.