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Lot 1 Nether Bracco Farm

Caldercruix, Airdrie, North Lanarkshire, ML6 8NY

Offers Over £1,100,000


  • Attractive traditional farmhouse: 4 Bedrooms 2 reception rooms

  • Excellent range of modern and traditional farm buildings

  • Private but accessible location with panoramic views over the surrounding countryside

  • Area of amenity woodland and potential to expand sporting on the hill

  • Excellent range of equestrian facilities including: stable blocks, outdoor and indoor riding arenas

Nether Bracco Farmhouse is a traditional stone built farmhouse situated under a slate roof. The house is accessed via a short concrete drive which leads south from the public road. The property provides well-proportioned accommodation over 2 floors
with potential ...

Nether Bracco Farmhouse is a traditional stone built farmhouse situated under a slate roof. The house is accessed via a short concrete drive which leads south from the public road. The property provides well-proportioned accommodation over 2 floors
with potential to expand the living accommodation into the former maid’s quarters. The accommodation is laid out in more detail in the floorplans contained within this brochure.

Garden
There is an enclosed garden area to the front of the house which is mostly laid to lawn and has a northerly aspect overlooking Hillend Loch. To the rear there is an enclosed courtyard area which
provides parking for a number of vehicles.

FARM BUILDINGS
There is an excellent range of modern and traditional farm buildings situated immediately adjacent to the farmhouse. Briefly they
comprise:

Stable Block (8.64m x 5.51m)
Forming part to the west wing of the courtyard adjoining the farmhouse. Of stone construction under a tile roof with a concrete floor and housing 6 loose boxes.

Modern Shed (16.9m x 8.75m)
Modern built mono pitched shed adjoining the farmhouse to the east. Of steel portal frame construction under a fibre cement roof the building contains the following:

Loose Box/Store (6.56m x 5.5m)
Of brick construction under a roof with an earth floor.

Scullery/Bothy (4.28m x 2.37m)
Of stone construction with a concrete floor.

Feed Store (3.37m x 2.29m)
Of brick construction concrete floor.

Tool Shed/Workshop (10.89m x 4.7m)
Of brick construction concrete floor.

Calf Shed/Cubicle Shed (23.6m x 22.6m)
Adjoining the mono pitched shed, of steel portal frame construction with stone and concrete panel walls and a concrete floor. The building is split into calf pens, fodder store, and cubicle shed by the remainder of the original stone building. The cubicle shed has capacity for 35 cows.

Cattle Court/Straw Shed (24.8m x 13.2m)
Of steel portal frame construction under a fibre cement roof with concrete panel walls and box profile side cladding and a concrete and hard stone floor. The building is currently divided into a straw bed cattle court and bay for fodder/straw storage.

Pole Barn (15.6m x 8.6m)
Of timber construction under a tin roof and side cladding with an earth floor.

Silage Pit (50m x 15m Approx)
Of earth bank construction with a concrete floor and capacity for up to 2,500 tonnes.

Dry Cow Shed (27.7m x 13.7m)
Of steel portal frame construction under a fibre cement roof with block and shuttered concrete walls and a concrete floor.

Cubicle Shed 1 (27.7m x 13.7m)
Of steel portal frame construction under a fibre cement roof with block walls, and a concrete floor. There are cubicles for 70 cows and automatic scrapers along each of the passages into the slurry
lagoon.

Slurry Lagoon Store
Concrete wall construction with a concrete floor and capacity for up to 25,000 gallons.

Principal Dairy Complex
Cubicle Shed 2 (46.8m x 13.08m)
Of steel portal frame construction under a corrugated roof with cubicles for 77 head, a concrete floor and central feed passage.

Parlour (10.07m x 4.6m)
Housing 12/12 direct line Westfalia parlour which was installed in 1988, with self feeding mangers and feed loft above.

Bulk Tank House
Housing 3,400 litre Tank under a fibre cement roof with a concrete floor.

Cubicle Shed 3 (32.2m x 8.33m)
Of timber frame construction under a tin roof with shuttered concrete and brick walls and a concrete floor, and central feed passage. Automatic scrapers along each of the passages into the slatted slurry store. The shed provides housing for 32 calves and
26 cows.

Lean-to Sawdust Store (27.02m x 2.6m)
Adjoining the cubicle shed of timber frame construction under a tin roof with brick walls and a concrete floor.

Slurry Tower
Located to the north of the steading there is a galvanised steel rimmed slurry store with capacity for up to 150,000 gallons.

Outdoor Riding Arena 1
Enclosed by timber post and wire fence with a sand floor andnfloodlights.

Feed Bins
There are two 12 tonne feed bins.
Located to the south of the steading and farmhouse there are is a modern purpose built equestrian facility.

Indoor Riding Arena (35.8m x 17.4m)
Of steel portal frame construction under a fibre cement roof with a silica sand floor, timbr kickboards and floodlights.

WC
Adjacent to the indoor arena. Mains water and plumbed into SEPA registered septic tank.

Outdoor Riding Arena 2 (30m x 17.5m)
Enclosed by timber post and wire fence with a sand floor and floodlights.
There is large area of hard standing adjacent to the riding arena providing parking for a number of vehicles.

FARMLAND
The farmland within Lot 1 extends to approximately 131.59 Ha (325.15 Acres) of ground currently down to a grass mix for silage ground and permanent pasture. The land surrounds the farmhouse
and steading and extends to the south, west and east of the holding. The fields are well laid out and are of a generous size which can easily accommodate modern machinery. The enclosures
are readily accessible directly from the main public road or via an excellent network of internal farm roads.