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Lot 2 Meiklerig Farm

Stenton, Dunbar, East Lothian, EH42 1TF

Offers Over £510,000


  • Excellent block of Grade3 arable land pature and

  • Good range of modern and traditional farm buildings

  • Planning consent for seven residential units

  • Productive area of pasture and grazing ground

  • Situated in a private but accessible location

  • Amenity woodland with potential to expand the sporting dimension

  • Desirable location with panoramic views over the East Lothian countryside

  • About 8.75 Ha (21.62 Acres) in total

Farm Buildings
Located centrally within the holding there is a good range of modern and traditional farm buildings comprising:

General Purpose Shed (30.3m x 26.0m) of steel portal frame construction under a corrugated roof with stone walls, Ventair ...

Farm Buildings
Located centrally within the holding there is a good range of modern and traditional farm buildings comprising:

General Purpose Shed (30.3m x 26.0m) of steel portal frame construction under a corrugated roof with stone walls, Ventair side cladding and a concrete floor.

Traditional Steading (14.1m x 5.66m) adjoining the main shed, there is the remainder of a traditional steading which is of stone construction under a mix of corrugated and tile roofing.

Cattle Court (30.0m 14.59m) modern cattle court of steel portal frame construction under a corrugated roof with stone walls and concrete floor.

Cart Shed (23.2m x 4.61m) of a traditional stone construction under a corrugated tin roof with a concrete floor.

WC/Washhouse (6.14m x 3.4m) of timber frame construction under a tin roof, with stone walls and a concrete floor.

To the rear of the buildings there is a large stack yard which is enclosed by a stone wall.

Residential Development
Planning consent was granted by East Lothian Council on 22 July 2011 (Reference No: 08/00768/FUL) for seven houses to be formed out of the existing steading.

East Lothian Council has confirmed that some of the pre-commencement development conditions have been discharged. Some buildings to the rear of the site, which required to be demolished under the planning permission, were removed in March 2013 although other buildings remain in place as they continue to be used for agricultural purposes. A purchaser upon completion will be subject to agreeing to the existing Section 75 Agreement which forms part of the planning permission. Further details of the planning consent and Section 75 agreement are available from the East Lothian Council Website.

Farmland at Lot 2
A useful block of arable and pasture land extending to 7.33 Ha (18.11 Acres) excluding the farm steading and yard area which lies to the north and east of the farm steading and is currently all down to pasture. The enclosures would be well suited for equestrian and amenity use in conjunction with the completed steading development. The enclosures have the benefit of shelter from the adjacent woodland plantation which bounds the enclosures to the east.