Lot 1 West Langfaulds
West Langfaulds is a modern detached 5 bedroom home built with a mix of stone and brick construction under a slate roof. The property provides spacious accommodation over 2 floors
Ground Floor: Entrance Vestibule, Kitchen, Lounge,
Bedroom/Dining Room, Bedroom 2, Bedroom 3 and Bathroom
First Floor: Two further Bedrooms, Bathroom and a
coombed storage space
The specification includes an excellent range of in-built storage space, an oil fired central heating system and double glazing. The property has been recently redecorated and there are new floor coverings throughout. Details of the room dimensions of the house are set out in more detail within the floorplans annexed to the particulars.
Stable Building (18.5m x 8.0m) situated opposite the house, this is accessed from the main drive. The stable block is of brick construction under a cement fibre roof. It comprises of 8 stables, a tack room and a store. There is light, power and water to the building. The stables each measure approximately 3.2m x 3.2m and have automatic water drinkers.
There would be the potential to expand the
existing footprint of the building onto an adjacent concrete pad to the east of the stable
block, as this area was previously the site of a
further 8 stables which were removed.
Riding Arena (55.0m x 25.0m) situated to the front of the house there is a purpose built riding arena finished with a post and rail fence. The arena has been fully drained and benefits from a high quality silica sand and rubber riding surface. There is a connection for mains electricity to the arena which will allow for floodlights to be fitted if required.
Kennel Building (12.0m x 4.6m) of timber construction under a box profile roof with a concrete floor and situated adjacent to the riding arena. The building is spilt into several areas, which have previously been used as dog kennels.
The farmland within Lot 1 extends to about 8.25
Ha (20.38 Acres) in all and has been classified
by the James Hutton Institute as being Grade
3.2. The land is accessed from the yard area via
an internal track over which there is a right of
access, further access is available direct from
the B913 via a new entrance located to the north
of the house. The land is currently all down to
pasture, having been utilised for grazing and
fodder production. The land is split into several
enclosures which are separated by post and
rail fencing which can be electrified and have
access to field troughs or other natural water