Land At Bankfield

Glenluce, Newton Stewart, Dumfries and Galloway, DG8 0JE

Offers Over £150,000

10.48 acres

  • 4.74 acres (1.92 ha) silage land with residential development potential
  • 3.21 acres (1.30 ha) grazing land
  • 2.53 acres (1.02 ha) woodland
  • Easily accessible from the A75
  • Services located nearby
  • Located within Glenluce settlement boundary within the Local Development Plan (LDP2)

DESCRIPTION The Land at Bankfield extends to approximately 10.48 acres (4.24 ha) and is located in an attractive edge of village location. The land adjacent to Bankfield Farm, amounting to approximately 4.74 acres (1.91 ha), has formerly been zoned for housing within the Local Development Plan however, is now simply located within the settlement boundary. This land may have potential for residential development, subject to the necessary planning consents. Alternatively, this land is capable of silage production. The land to the west, extending to 3.21 acres (1.30 ha) presents an additional block of grazing land – well suited to pony paddocks. This land lies at a much lower elevation – 8m above sea level. ‘Lady Burn’ flows around the perimeter of this field, giving it a peaceful backdrop. A small area of amenity woodland divides the grazing and development land – providing privacy from the neighbouring primary school or any future development. This woodland is located on a sharp incline – rising from 8m at the bottom to 23m at the top. The land is served by a mains supply of water. Other services are located nearby. The land at Bankfield is bound by post and wire fencing. The Land at Bankfield is burdened by a right of pre-emption to a third party. Any offers received for the land will be subject to the third party not exercising their right of pre-emption. SITUATION The Land at Bankfield is situated on the edge of the village of Glenluce. Glenluce has a church, doctors surgery, shop, public house, bowling club, gym and a wider range of shops and amenities can be found in Stranraer, approximately nine miles from Bankfield. Stranraer has a secondary school, primary schools, hospital (Galloway Community Hospital), supermarkets, shops, offices, hotels, restaurants, and a train station. The port of Cairnryan, just over 6 miles from Stranraer, has two ferry operators running passenger and freight services to Northern Ireland.DIRECTIONSEnter Glenluce from the A75, either along the Old Military Road or Main Street. When you enter the village, continue to the crossroads, opposite the old Bank of Scotland buildings. To access the land adjacent to Bankfield Farm turn towards the bowling green, along Bankfield Road and follow this road over the bridge. Continue straight on past a number of properties on your right until you can drive no further, the access to field is on the right hand side, beyond Stables Cottage. POST CODE DG8 0JEWHAT3WORDSTo find this property location to within 3 metres, download and use What3Words and enter the following 3 words: ///appear.masks.hologram