The Land at Law Farm is situated in a rural position about one mile to the north west of the village of Kilbarchan, some 17.5 miles to the west of Glasgow. The land is within easy access of the ...
The Land at Law Farm is situated in a rural position about one mile to the north west of the village of Kilbarchan, some 17.5 miles to the west of Glasgow. The land is within easy access of the M8 offering swift commuting links to the commercial centres of Central Scotland and Glasgow with Glasgow International Airport being around 6.5 miles from the property. There are rail connections in nearby Johnstone, approximately 3 miles to the west of the subjects.
The Land at Law Farm has historically been let on a seasonal basis for grazing and fodder production but provides the opportunity for a purchaser to diversify into other amenity or equestrian uses. The surrounding villages of Kilbarchan, Bridge of Weir and Brookfield provide a range of day to day services and the beautiful countryside surrounding caters for many outdoor pursuits. The local area is well served by a number of local agricultural and equestrian contractors and suppliers.
The Land at Law Farm extends to approximately 4.94 Ha (12.21 Acres) and provides two useful blocks of pasture land situated in rural Renfrewshire. The land is of a southerly aspect rising from 100m above sea level on the south eastern boundary to 120m above sea level to the north west and has been classified as being Grade 4.1 by the James Hutton Institute, indicating the land is capable of producing good yields of grass and fodder crops. The land benefits from vehicular access directly from Forehouse Road which leads east into the settlement of Kilbarchan.