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Lochornie House

Blairadam, Fife, KY4 0JW


  • A lovely family house in a delightful rural setting

  • Drawing room, kitchen/dining room, sitting room, 3 bedrooms (1

  • en-suite), conservatory, utility room

  • Delightful comfortable accommodation with a lovely feel

  • Extensive steading outbuildings, garaging and charming rear

  • courtyard

  • Beautiful gardens and grounds with two paddocks, woodland,

  • polytunnel, greenhouse and vegetable garden

  • Wonderful accessible rural setting, ideal for the commuter

  • Two cottages potentially available in addition, by way of separate

  • negotiation

  • About 3.5 acres (1.41Ha)

Lochornie House is a wonderful family property which stands in a delightful elevated south-facing setting to the south of Cleish.
The property is ideally located for the commuter, with the main M90 motorway just a short drive to the …

Lochornie House is a wonderful family property which stands in a delightful elevated south-facing setting to the south of Cleish.
The property is ideally located for the commuter, with the main M90 motorway just a short drive to the east and providing rapid access south to Edinburgh and north to Perth. All services and amenities are on hand in the town of Dunfermline just six miles distant. Kinross to the north also offers a good mix of shops and facilities, with Saline and Cleish also close by. Surrounding Lochornie House is an area of outstanding countryside which is
home to an array of wildlife and presents a fine choice for the outdoor enthusiast. Walking, cycling and riding are all readily available and there are several golf courses within comfortable driving distance. Shooting and fishing may be enjoyed locally.
There are several state primary and secondary schools in the area with private schooling available nearby at Dollar Academy and a number of schools in the Edinburgh area including Fettes College and Edinburgh Academy. Strathallan, Kilgraston and
Craigclowan are also all within comfortable distance. There are railway stations in Cowdenbeath, Inverkeithing and Dunfermline.
Edinburgh airport is just twenty miles away and there are park and ride facilities at Halbeath (about 5 miles) and also at Inverkeithing,
both with services to Edinburgh, the airport and Glasgow.
Thought to date originally from the early 1700’s and believed to have connections to the renowned Adam family, Lochornie House is a lovely family farmhouse offering delightful country living along with high levels of amenity whilst at the same time benefitting from excellent accessibility. Lochornie provides
commuters with the opportunity to live the “good life” whilst at the same time being less than half an hour from the centre of Edinburgh. Of a most attractive stone exterior under a slate roof, and with courtyard and generous outbuildings to the rear, the well-presented accommodation is arranged over two floors with the ground floor accommodation very much centred around the charming open plan kitchen with Aga/dining room. The well-proportioned drawing room benefits from an open fire
and a bright southerly aspect over the front garden whilst off the kitchen is the cosy sitting room with wood burner. There is also a conservatory/greenhouse off the sitting room. Upstairs is the principal bedroom which benefits from en-suite facilities along with two further double bedrooms and family bathroom.
Rear Courtyard & Steading
To the rear of the house is a lovely courtyard area with covered work area and kennel to the rear of the kitchen. There is parking for several vehicles. Per the floor plan the steading comprises extensive garaging and storage along with useful workshop area. Subject to all relevant consents and permissions it is believed
that the outbuildings may have some potential for conversion in the future.
To the east of the steading there is a polytunnel and greenhouse.
The extensive well stocked garden at Lochornie is an absolute delight with a lovely mix of mature plants, trees and shrubs as well as manicured lawns, neat gravelled driveway and areas of woodland. There is a productive vegetable and fruit garden.
There are two paddocks to the east of the house well suited for horses, cows or sheep.
Water Mains
Electricity Mains
Drainage Private
Heating Oil
Lochornie House is classified as Band F for Council Tax purposes.
EPC Rating
The EPC rating is ‘F’
From Edinburgh follow the M90 north over the Forth Road Bridge for seven miles, leaving the motorway at junction 4. Head west on the B914 for approximately 1.5 miles before turning right at a small sign to Cleish. Follow the road north for a further 1 mile and Lochornie is then on the right hand side.
Connel & Connel
10 Dublin Street
Tel: 0131 556 2993
Fax: 0131 557 5542
COTTAGES: Lochornie Steading and Lochornie Cottage
There are two cottages at Lochornie, to the west of the courtyard, which are not included with the sale but which potentially may be available to purchase by way of separate negotiation. Further details are available from the selling agents.
The spices cupboard next to the Aga, the wall cabinet in the sitting room and the oak fronted cupboards with base panels in the dining area and the wall lights are all specifically excluded.
The stone troughs by the front door are also excluded. It should be noted that the owners of Lochornie have a right of access over the Forestry Commission owned track to the south
of the property up to the gate giving access to Lochornie’s paddocks. Maintenance is shared according to user.
The paddocks are designated agricultural IACS number
The adjacent Lochornie Steading and Lochornie Cottage will have very limited pedestrian access rights to the courtyard to the rear of Lochornie House, for maintenance purposes only – day
to day access to the cottages will be strictly via their own drives to the west.