Gogar Mains is situated in a rural setting within the central belt of Scotland lying approximately one mile south of the village of Blairlogie and approximately four miles to the east of the City of Stirling. The M9 and ...
Gogar Mains is situated in a rural setting within the central belt of Scotland lying approximately one mile south of the village of Blairlogie and approximately four miles to the east of the City of Stirling. The M9 and M80 motorways are within easy reach giving access to Glasgow, Edinburgh and the south.
Stirling is reached in about ten minutes by car.
The city provides an excellent range of day-to-day facilities including supermarkets, retailers, banks, cinema, swimming pool and railway station. Edinburgh is situated approximately 40 miles to the south and provides an excellent range of city amenities including an international airport.
The subjects are easily accessible lying mid-way between the A91 and the A907. Surrounding properties are similar in nature being a combination of residential and agricultural land/buildings.
The area is within easy access of Scotlands principal cities Glasgow and Edinburgh and is well catered for by established agricultural contractors and suppliers with the renowned Stirling Agricultural Centre lying approximately 5 miles to the west.
Gogar Mains Farm lies within the fertile Carse of Stirling enjoying a picturesque setting with views over the surrounding countryside to the Wallace Monument beyond. The farm comprises, Gogar Mains Farmhouse, Mull Vannin Bungalow, Gogar Mains Farm steading and approximately 73.1 acres (29.58 hectares) of productive arable farmland.
GOGAR MAINS FARMHOUSE
Gogar Mains Farmhouse lies on the southern edge of the Gogar Mains Farm steading complex. A traditional, south-facing farmhouse built of stone and set under a pitched slate roof. The farmhouse is unoccupied, in a semi-derelict state and would benefit from a full programme of upgrading/refurbishment.
At present, the accommodation comprises:
Hall, Sitting Room, Dining Kitchen, Utility, Store, Cellar, Bedroom
2 Bedrooms and Bathroom.
Garden and Grounds
An area of enclosed garden ground in front of the farmhouse is principally laid to lawn with mature trees. A paddock extending to 2 acres (0.8ha) lies beyond.
MULL VANNIN BUNGALOW
Mull Vannin bungalow sits to the north of the main farm steading complex in a private setting. Mull Vannin is a single storey detached bungalow built of harled brick blockwork under a pitched and tiled roof. The property has recently been upgraded including a newly fitted kitchen and bathroom and benefits from oil-fired central heating and double glazing.
The accommodation comprises:
Sitting Room, Dining Kitchen, 3 Bedrooms and Bathroom.
Garden and Grounds
The bungalow sits in a good sized garden mainly laid to grass. There is a detached single garage. Additional grazing ground may be available by separate negotiation.
GOGAR MAINS FARM STEADING
Gogar Mains Farm steading comprises a traditional range of farm buildings predominately of stone construction set under slate, corrugated iron and corrugated asbestos roof and an open sided general purpose shed of concrete portal frame construction set under a corrugated asbestos roof.
The farm steading benefits from planning consent granted by Stirling Council on 31st January 2018 under application number 17/00724/FULL for the demolition of the existing buildings and the erection of eight new-build houses.
All houses would have an open-plan ground floor combining kitchen, dining room and living room space with sizes estimated to range from approximately 160 m2 (1,722 ft2) to 225 m2 (2,421 ft2). All houses would have private garden ground and benefit from a single or integral double garage and an area for off-street parking.
Mains connections of water and electricity are available on site. Drainage is by means of a private system. Purchasers should satisfy themselves as to the availability of services.
Technical Information Pack
Details relating to the planning consent, plans and elevations, site servicing plans, drainage statement and environmental reports are available upon request from the selling agent.
LAND AT GOGAR MAINS
The land at Gogar Mains extends to approximately 76.62 acres (31.01 hectares) and is from the Stirling/Duffus/ Pow/ Carbrook Association which are primarily suited to arable and grass production. The land is scheduled as being principally Grade 3.2 by the James Hutton Institute and is principally flat and easily workable lying at around 10m above sea level.
The land is currently down to grass and utilised for grazing and fodder production but has historically been cropped for cereals. The land is split into two main enclosures which are both readily accessible from public roads. The fields are of practical size and layout.
All the farmland is registered for IACS purposes and the Farm Code is 486/0122.