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Land At Myrehead

Linlithgow, West Lothian, EH49 6LQ

Offers Over £630,000


  • Useful block of productive arable land

  • Land with longer term development potential (subject to necessary consents)

  • Situated in an accessible location close to the M9

  • Amenity woodland

CLOSING DATE SET FOR THURSDAY, 25TH OCTOBER 2018 AT NOON.

The Land at Myrehead is situated in a lovely rural area close to Linlithgow in West Lothian. Scotland’s capital city of Edinburgh is only 23 miles to the east and is easily accessible from Junction 4 of the M9, which ...

CLOSING DATE SET FOR THURSDAY, 25TH OCTOBER 2018 AT NOON.

The Land at Myrehead is situated in a lovely rural area close to Linlithgow in West Lothian. Scotland’s capital city of Edinburgh is only 23 miles to the east and is easily accessible from Junction 4 of the M9, which is only about one mile from the property. The sought after town of Linlithgow is only 3 miles to the east and has an excellent range of shops and professional services as well as a railway station with regular connections to Edinburgh and Glasgow. Edinburgh Airport is within a twenty minute drive.

The towns of Falkirk, Livingston and Stirling are within easy reach and all provide an excellent range of shops, professional services and transport links. The nearby village of Whitecross is situated approximately 1 mile on the south side of the nearby railway track and there are existing plans for the regeneration and development of this growing settlement.

The Land at Myrehead extends to approximately 40.18 Ha (99.28 Acres) in all, and is situated in rural West Lothian approximately 3 miles to the west of Linlithgow and some 17 miles south of Stirling. The land is bound to the south by the railway line and to the east by the minor public road linking Whitecross to the A803 which links Linlithgow to the M9 motorway.

The land is classified as being principally Grade 3.1 by the James Hutton Institute. The land is generally undulating and largely of a north easterly aspect rising from 45m above sea level at the lowest point adjacent to public road and 73m above sea level at the highest point to the south of the holding. The land is currently divided into 3 good sized enclosures and is currently used for cereal and fodder production with approximately 1.77 Ha (4.37 Acres) down of amenity woodland. The land is currently let to a local farmer until March 2019.