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Lot 1 Baillieshall Farm

Douglas, Lanark, South Lanarkshire, ML11 9PB

Offers Over £300,000


  • Modernised traditional 2-bed farmhouse

  • Former traditional steading with planning permission for conversion to 3 dwellings

  • Planning permission for a 6-bedroom new build house

  • Accessible location close to Glasgow and M74

  • About 4.0 Ha (9.88 Acres)

LOT 1 FARMHOUSE, BUILDINGS AND ABOUT 4.00 HA (9.88 ACRES)

The farmhouse is situated near the centre of the holding and is of traditional stone construction under a slate roof with a brick extension. Sitting adjacent to the ...

LOT 1 FARMHOUSE, BUILDINGS AND ABOUT 4.00 HA (9.88 ACRES)

The farmhouse is situated near the centre of the holding and is of traditional stone construction under a slate roof with a brick extension. Sitting adjacent to the redundant traditional steading it is in an elevated position overlooking the surrounding farmland to the south. The property is accessed by a private gravel drive which leads directly from the public road. The house has been tastefully modernised throughout to provide comfortable family accommodation which is laid out over two floors as shown on the floor plans in this brochure.

The property has a garden area to the north which is predominantly down to lawn. The access road continues round to the front of the house providing ample parking for a number of cars.

Traditional Steading Range
Adjacent to the farmhouse there is a redundant traditional stone built steading range. The steading is currently intact to wall head level and was granted planning permission by the South Lanarkshire Council for conversion into 3 dwelling houses and the erection of a 1½ storey new built house to the south of the steading overlooking the farm land to the south.

Further details of the planning application can be found online at www.southlanarkshire.gov.uk/Planning under the planning reference number - CL/13/0218.

The farmland in Lot 1 extends to approximately 3.39 Ha (8.38 Acres) and lies to the north west of the farmhouse and is accessed via the farm drive or from the public road. The land is currently down to pasture but has been cut for silage, and is well fenced with access to a water supply. The land is classified as Grade 4.1 by the James Hutton Institute and is of a southerly facing aspect rising from 201m above sea level at its lowest point to the south of the lot to 219m above sea level on the northern boundary adjacent to the entrance to Baillieshall Farm