Braidlea - Lot 2Douglas, Lanark, South Lanarkshire, ML11 0RW
Offers Over £100,000
- Building plot 0.45 acres.
- Beautiful rural location.
- Detailed planning consent.
The site extends to about 0.45 acres and enjoys a beautiful rural location. Conditional Planning Permission was granted in 2014 (ref CL/14/0177) for the erection of a 1.5 storey dwelling house with family room / kitchen, dining room, lounge, utility room, w.c. on the ground floor and 5 bedrooms (2 en suite) and family bathroom on the first floor. An access into the site has been built and as such this planning permission has been implemented as a meaningful start has been made.The village of Douglas is well placed and has easy access to the M74 (about 2.8 miles). The village has a primary school, a popular bakers (Douglas Bakery and Coffee Shop), chemist, butcher and mini market. There are numerous walks around the village and surrounding countryside including a circular walk into the estate grounds surrounding the old castle site (Douglas Castle), of which only a single tower now remains.Secondary schooling is available in Lanark (about 11 miles), with local services including railway station, shops and supermarkets. The World Heritage Site of New Lanark (about 13 miles) is an award winning industrial model village with guided tours of the mill village and a superb riverside walk passing a series of waterfalls (the Falls of Clyde). The Clyde Walkway is a 40 mile long distance walk from Glasgow City Centre to the World Heritage Centre at New Lanark, travelling through industrial areas with spectacular historic and modern buildings, with a mixture of urban and rural making it a delightful walk with fascinating history.Hamilton (about 21 miles), has a wide range of shops, leisure facilities, theatre, cinema, galleries and museums, Strathclyde Country Park lies in some 400 hectares of countryside in the valley of the River Clyde and private schooling is available at Hamilton College. Larkhall (16 miles) has a railway station with regular connections to Glasgow and beyond. Strathaven (about 16 miles) also has an excellent range of services including supermarket shopping, leisure centre and library, along with thriving coffee shops and tea rooms, pubs and restaurants. Glasgow and Edinburgh Airports offer regular scheduled and domestic flights, and are 39 and 54 miles respectively.There are many interesting walks in the area including the Hidden Side of the Falls of Clyde, near Lanark (about 12 miles) with gorge cliffs and the ruins of Corra Castle. There are a number of golf courses in the area with the Douglas Water Course by Lanark (about 4.5 miles distant) as well as Lanark Golf Club, the 25th oldest Golf Club in the world. The racecourse at Hamilton provides regular meetings and Hamilton Ice Rink is the venue for Douglas Curling Club matches.