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Priestside Farm | Galbraith

Priestside Farm

Kilmacolm, Inverclyde, PA13 4SP
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Traditional farmhouse with 2 reception rooms and 4 bedrooms
Useful range of modern and traditional farm buildings
Productive blocks of agricultural land used for grazing, fodder and cereal production
Peaceful but accessible location close to amenities
Attractive courtyard setting
About 99.80 Ha (246.61 Acres) in total
For Sale as a Whole or in 3 Lots

Priestside Farm is situated in a delightful rural position, about 2.5 miles from the leafy village of Kilmacolm, some 20 miles to the west of Glasgow. The village of Kilmacolm, lying on the north side of the beautiful Gryffe Valley, is renowned as one of the most affluent villages in Scotland and has a population of around 4,500.

The village takes its name from the dedication of its ancient church to St Columba of Iona, and has an excellent local primary school and nursery with St Columba's Independent School having an enviable academic record and offers education from nursery school to secondary level. In the village there are pick-up points for many of Glasgow's highly reputable private schools which include Glasgow and Kelvinside Academies, The High School of Glasgow, Hutcheson Grammar, St Aloysius and Craigholme School for Girls. These schools are acknowledged for their academic excellence, with further education available at top UK Universities at Glasgow University, Strathclyde University and Glasgow Caledonian University as well as a number of colleges.

The village caters for all ages and has a broad range of social activities, often centred on the local golf, tennis, squash and bowling clubs. The beautiful countryside surrounding Kilmacolm provides excellent fishing and caters for many other outdoor pursuits, with the Sustrans cycle track providing routes to Greater Glasgow and Central Scotland in general. Glasgow International Airport is around 13 miles from the property and the M8 offers swift commuting links to the commercial centres of Central Scotland. Kilmacolm offers a frequent bus service and rail connections are to be found in Johnstone, approximately 7 miles away.

Glasgow 20 miles to the east has earned its reputation as one of the UK's leading cities for retail space, offering a range of shopping centres including Braehead, Buchanan Galleries, Silverburn and the St Enoch Centre, to name but a few. Previously the European City of Culture and the European City of Architecture and Design, Glasgow, dubbed the 'New York of the North', is also rich in centres of cultural excellence including the newly refurbished Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum, the Transport Museum, the Glasgow Science Centre, the Royal Concert Hall, various theatres, the Burrell Collection within Pollok Country Park and many other places of interest.

Priestside Farm, having once been a dairy farm, is now used for the purposes of the fattening of store cattle, forage and cereal production.

Priestside Farm extends to 99.80 Ha (246.61 Acres) or thereby and provides a useful farming unit situated in a picturesque yet accessible location in rural Renfrewshire.

There is an extensive range of traditional and modern buildings which present the opportunity for a variety of uses while Priestside Farmhouse provides for comfortable family accommodation over two levels.

The farmland rises from 100m above sea level on the eastern side to 170m above sea level in the west. The majority of the land has been classified by the James Hutton Institute as mainly Grade 4(1).

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