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Lot 1 Loch House Farm

Slamannan, Falkirk, Stirlingshire, FK1 3DB

Offers Over £400,000


  • A compact amenity unit situated in a rural location close to Falkirk.

  • An attractive traditional farmhouse providing spacious accommodation over 2 floors

  • An extensive range of modern storage buildings

  • Situated in an accessible location within close proximity of major road networks.

  • Land and buildings with longer term development potential subject to necessary consents

  • About 19.02 Ha (47.00 Acres) in total

Loch House Farmhouse is located to the south of public road and is accessed via a private yard, which leads through to the adjacent buildings. The farmhouse is of traditional rendered stone construction under a pitched slate roof with a ...

Loch House Farmhouse is located to the south of public road and is accessed via a private yard, which leads through to the adjacent buildings. The farmhouse is of traditional rendered stone construction under a pitched slate roof with a felted flat roof extension to the rear. The farmhouse provides spacious family accommodation over two levels comprising:

Ground Floor: Porch, Sitting Room, Double Bedroom 1, Lounge, Kitchen, Utility, Boot Room, Office & WC

First Floor: Two Double Bedrooms

The accommodation is laid out in more detail within the floorplans annexed to the brochure.

The garden is located to the immediate west of the farmhouse and is mostly down to lawn and enclosed by a timber fence. There is also a small garden store located within the grounds of the garden.

Commercial/Farm Buildings
The commercial/agricultural buildings are located to the south east and west of the farmhouse and comprise of a range of steel portal frame and
timber pole construction storage sheds along with a range of block and brick storage buildings. There is also an extensive area of hard standing which has been utilised as an outdoor storage area. Access to the farmhouse, buildings and yard area is taken via double gates which lead directly from the B825.

The buildings are situated in a group and comprise:

GP Store 1 (28m x 24.13m) of timber pole construction with two monopitched lean-to buildings under a corrugated tin roof and tin side cladding
with a concrete floor.

Workshop/Store (21.75m x 5.54m) of timber pole construction under a mono-pitched box profile roof with tin side cladding and a concrete floor.

GP Store 2 (27.5m x 23.9m and 7m to the apex) of timber pole construction under a mix of corrugated tin and box profile roof and side cladding with a concrete floor.

Lean-to (27.5m x 23.9m) of steel portal frame construction under monopitched box profile roof and side cladding with an earth floor.

GP Store 3 (44m x 31m) of steel portal frame construction under a corrugated tin roof, with both Yorkshire boarding and corrugated tin side
cladding, and a mix of block and timber sleeper walls and a concrete floor.

Office (5.29m x 4.2m) of mixed rendered block and brick construction under a box profile roof with a concrete floor.

Shop/Store (11.58m x 2.65m) of mixed rendered block and brick construction under a box profile roof with a concrete floor.

Small Store (2.65m x 1.88m) of mixed rendered block and brick construction under a box profile roof with a concrete floor.

Store Shed (14.3m x 5.74m) of brick construction under a box profile roof with a concrete floor.

Traditional Byre (10m x 5.57m) of traditional stone construction under a box profile roof and a concrete floor.

Yard Area (0.40 Ha 1 Acre) or thereby, surrounding the buildings including a mix of concrete and compacted stone which has historically been used for timber storage.

The land at Lot 1 extends in total to 19.02 Ha (47.00 Acres) and sits to the south of the B825. The majority of the land at Loch House Farm has been
classified as being Grade 4.1 by the James Hutton Institute indicating that the land is capable of producing consistently good yields of a narrower
range of crops, principally grass with some limited potential to grow other crops such as cereals. The majority of the pasture ground is down to permanent pasture and has been utilised for the purposes of stock grazing for a number of years. The land is of a south westerly aspect rising from 200m along the southern boundary to a high point of 215m above sea level adjacent to farm steading.