Land at Lochmill

Milton of Campsie, Glasgow, East Dunbartonshire, G66 8AF

Offers Over £295,000

71.46 acres

  • Offer Under Consideration
  • Productive block of Grade 4.2 pasture and grazing land
  • Land with forestry potential (subject to obtaining necessary planting consents)
  • Located in a rural yet accessible location
  • Good access links to main road and the City of Glasgow
  • About 28.92 Ha (71.46 Acres)
  • For Sale as a Whole

Lochmill is located in a private position just to the south of the Campsie Hills within East Dunbartonshire. The subjects are located about a mile to the north west of the settlement of Milton of Campsie and approximately 12 miles north of Glasgow. The Land lies in an area of great natural beauty and tranquillity in an elevated position just to the north west of Antermony Loch.The village of Milton of Campsie offers a selection of local day to day amenities with the nearby settlements of Kirkintilloch, Kilsyth and Bishopbriggs offering a wider range of services and facilities. The nearest train stations are in Bishopbriggs, Lenzie and Milngavie. Glasgow Airport is 21 miles distant with Edinburgh Airport approximately 46 miles to the east. The property is well placed for access to the motorway networks and is within close proximity to the M80 and M73 providing swift access to the North and South.Agriculturally, the local area is well provided for by merchants and suppliers, with local livestock markets at Stirling (21 miles) and Lanark (33 miles) providing fantastic outlets for good quality livestock which the area is renowned for producing.DESCRIPTIONThe subjects of sale extends to approximately 28.92 Ha (71.46 Acres) in total and comprise a block of well managed pasture ground which is situated in a single block and has been classified as Grade 4.2 by The James Hutton Institute. The land is generally of a southerly aspect lying between 95m and 139m above sea level overall, and benefits from a range of sheep handling pens which are located on the south west corner of the subjects. There are two ponds located centrally within the holding which are a haven for wildlife and are currently utilised for livestock drinking water, but previously the larger of the ponds has historically provided the water source for the village of Milton of Campsie to the south east but is now redundant. The land benefits from an unrestricted right of vehicular access over the private road which leads north from Antermony Road and labelled A-B-C on the enclosed sale plan.