Hole Farm comprises a traditional stone built farmhouse under a pitched slate roof with garden area immediately to the south. To the north of the farmhouse is an area of young woodland, which is income producing, and agricultural land, extending in total to approximately 38 acres. The land enjoys a southerly aspect and benefits from excellent views over Lochwinnoch Nature Reserve.
The subjects present a good opportunity for a party
to develop the house combined with a business
opportunity or run as a small holding. The existing
grazing suitable for small scale livestock farming and
the woodlands providing the potential for a number of activities, including rough and Roe deer shooting.
There may be scope to vary the planning subject to obtaining necessary consents.
The subjects are located within walking distance to the village of Lochwinnoch in Renfrewshire, which benefits from excellent transport links to Glasgow, with good road network and a railway station located within the village. The area also benefits from a number of amenities with local shops in Lochwinnoch, but also a range or leisure pursuits available including sailing, rowing, golf and horse riding. The farmhouse and land is bisected by the
A760 public road that links Lochwinnoch to Largs in the west.
Lochwinnoch also has a rail station with regular services to Glasgow Central (approximately 30 minutes). Glasgow Airport can also be reached in about 15 minutes' drive.