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Lot 2 Ballochruin Farm

Balfron Station, Stirling, Stirlingshire, G63 0LE

Offers Over £645,000


  • Development Opportunity

  • Modern 3-bedroom house currently providing additional rental income

  • Art Studio with full planning consent for conversion into 2 semi-detached houses

  • Development plot with full planning consent for a 5-bedroom dwelling

  • Development plot with full planning consent for an outstanding architect designed single storey 2-bedroom modern dwelling

  • Useful range of modern farm buildings suitable for business or alternative uses subject to consents

  • Peaceful and private location close to the Endrick Water

  • About 8.75 Ha (21.63 Acres) of land

THE BARN
Situated directly opposite the farmhouse, at the entrance to the courtyard area, the Barn is of traditional stone construction under a slate roof. The property provides accommodation over two levels comprising a large reception hall providing access to ...

THE BARN
Situated directly opposite the farmhouse, at the entrance to the courtyard area, the Barn is of traditional stone construction under a slate roof. The property provides accommodation over two levels comprising a large reception hall providing access to
spacious living space, bedroom with en-suite facilities, cloakroom and stairs to the upper landing. The large open plan living space comprises a dining kitchen with an extensive range of units and ample space for a large dining table and chairs. This area is open plan to the impressive large living space with feature vaulted ceiling and patio doors accessing the private garden area. On the upper landing there are two very spacious double bedrooms both with en-suite facilities. The accommodation is set over two levels and is laid out in more detail within the floor plans contained in these particulars. The Barn was previously let on a Private Residential Tenancy (PRT) at a passing rent of £900 per month. To the side of the property there is a private area of timber
decking and patio which is enclosed by a timber fence with views to the west.

THE BYRE
Also set within the courtyard area is a large byre of traditional stone construction under a slate roof. This was let out to a local business for use as an Art Studio. There is full planning consent to convert this large barn into two semi-detached 3-bedroom
dwelling houses which was granted on 29 May 2018. Further details are available at Stirling Council Planning Portal Page http://pabs.stirling.gov.uk and by quoting Planning Ref: 18/00231/FUL.

DEVELOPMENT PLOT 1 – REF 16/00673/FUL
Full planning consent was granted on 16 January 2017 for the construction of a single storey architect designed 2-bedroom dwelling house which benefits from open and uninterrupted south easterly views over the surrounding farmland with the Campsies in the distance. Further details of the planning consent
are available at Stirling Council Planning Portal Page
http://pabs.stirling.gov.uk and by quoting the above reference.

DEVELOPMENT PLOT 2 – REF 18/00020/FUL
Full planning consent was granted on 5 March 2018 for the construction of a one and a half storey 5-bedroom dwelling house. This plot is situated adjacent to Ballochruin Road with open and uninterrupted views of the Campsies to the west. Further details are available at Stirling Council Planning Portal Page http://pabs.stirling.gov.uk and by quoting the above reference.

LOT 2 FARM BUILDINGS
The farm buildings are situated in a group adjacent to the east and north of courtyard briefly they comprise:

Dutch Barn (23.03m x 8.35m)
Of steel portal frame construction under a tin roof with a concrete floor with a Lean-to extending to 23.03m x 6.58m.

Store Shed (16.87m x 7.76m)
Of brick construction under a corrugated roof with a concrete floor and split into a workshop and store.

Store Shed (22.45m x 9.15m)
Of steel portal frame construction under a corrugated roof and corrugated side cladding with brick and block walls and a concrete floor.

Adjoining Shed (7.76m x 5.15m)
Of steel portal frame construction under a corrugated roof with a concrete floor.

Workshop Shed (21.7m x 7.7m)
Of steel portal frame construction under a corrugated roof and tin side cladding with a concrete floor.

Modern Shed (18.23m x 16.19m)
Of steel portal frame construction under a corrugated roof and corrugated side cladding with brick and block walls and a concrete floor with a Lean-to.

Portacabin
There is a modern Portacabin located adjacent to the steading.

FARMLAND
The land at Ballochruin extends in total to approximately 8.75 Ha (21.63 Acres) and lies to the east of the holding and is bound to the south by the Endrick Water. Access to the land is taken via a track which leads to the east of the farm buildings. The land is down to pasture although it has been
cut for fodder in previous years. There are several areas of amenity woodland located along the field margins, along the river bank and to the south east of farm buildings. The land has been classified as mainly Grade 4.1 by the James Hutton Institute.