Lot 3 Crooklands Farm

Forth, Lanark, South Lanarkshire, ML11 8ES

Offers Over £125,000


  • Buildings with potential for use as equestrian or business purposes (subject to necessary consents)

  • Productive block of farmland well suited to grazing and fodder production

LOT 3: FARM BUILDINGS AND LAND EXTENDING TO ABOUT 7.55 HA (18.66 ACRES)

There is an excellent range of modern farm buildings situated to the east of the bungalow. The buildings are situated in a group and are ...

LOT 3: FARM BUILDINGS AND LAND EXTENDING TO ABOUT 7.55 HA (18.66 ACRES)

There is an excellent range of modern farm buildings situated to the east of the bungalow. The buildings are situated in a group and are accessed via a private farm road which leads to the south of the bungalow. The buildings are currently used for the housing of cattle and sheep but would present
an excellent opportunity to be converted to alternative business use or to expand the existing equestrian use at the farm subject to necessary change of use/planning consents.

Cattle Court (30m x 18.5m)
Of steel frame construction under a cement fibre roof with concrete precast panel walls, vent air cladding, an ash floor and a central feed passage.

Silage Clamp (17.8m x 12m)
With steel frame, concrete panel walls, box profile roof and cladding, concrete floor and effluent tank.

Sheep Shed (33.2m x 18.1m)
Of steel portal frame construction under a cement fibre roof with corrugated tin cladding, with part block walls and an earth floor.

Implement Shed (5.5m x 4.5m),
Of steel portal frame construction under a box profile roof and side cladding.

GP Shed (26.2m x 22.5m)
With steel frame and a box profile roof and cladding, precast concrete panel walls, part earth and part concrete floor.

Stable Block (17.6m x 7.2m)
Of steel portal frame construction under corrugated roof and concrete floor with two loose boxes.

Land at Lot 3
The farmland in Lot 3 extends to approximately 7.15 Ha (17.67 Acres) in total excluding roads, yards and buildings. It is split into various enclosures and predominantly lies to the south and east of the farm buildings with a single enclosure situated to the north. The land is principally classified as Grade 4.1 and Grade 4.2 by the James Hutton Institute and is well suited for grazing and fodder production. There is a single enclosure of softwood situated to the east of the holding which provides shelter.