Situated approximately 3.5 miles to the east of Cumbernauld, Tannoch Farmhouse and Steadings enjoy an attractive elevated south facing position overlooking the surrounding countryside, nestled below Palacerigg Country Park. The small settlement of Luggiebank is approximately half a mile to …
Situated approximately 3.5 miles to the east of Cumbernauld, Tannoch Farmhouse and Steadings enjoy an attractive elevated south facing position overlooking the surrounding countryside, nestled below Palacerigg Country Park. The small settlement of Luggiebank is approximately half a mile to the south west. Greenfaulds is 3 miles to the west of Tannoch, providing local day to day amenities including a range of individual retailers, chemist and doctors surgery as well as a train station providing links to Glasgow, Edinburgh and beyond. Greenfaulds also hosts a primary school (Woodlands Primary and Nursery) with secondary schooling being available at Greenfaulds High School.
Cumbernauld to the west offers a wider spectrum of services and amenities with shopping centres, supermarkets and a leisure centre.
Tannoch Farmhouse benefits from excellent transport links to all major populations via the M8 and M80 motorways which are only a short drive away, as is the Loch Lomond & Trossachs National Park, and many other scenic locations. Croy Station provides train services to Glasgow, Stirling, Edinburgh and Gleneagles. Glasgow and Edinburgh International Airports are only about 24 and 35 miles distant respectively and offer regular domestic and international flights.
The surrounding area of North Lanarkshire provides an attractive location with a combination of productive pasture and rolling hills. Tannoch is ideally situated for small holding purposes, amenity or equine use, and the surrounding area is well catered for by agricultural and equestrian suppliers.
Tannoch Farmhouse, originally believed to belong to a dairy farm dating back to 1869, is a most attractive traditional stone built steading house under a slate roof. The property sits in an elevated position with a lovely outlook over the Luggie Burn and rolling countryside and woodlands beyond. The property has been a much loved family home for many years providing flexible accommodation over one and a half storeys with the potential to be considerably extended.
The property is accessed via a private driveway which sweeps around the property to an expansive driveway to the front providing parking for several vehicles. The gardens are predominantly laid to lawn with some herbaceous borders. Of note is the decked balcony to the front of the property, immediately off the dining kitchen which is south facing and enjoys a wonderful open outlook in a peaceful and private position.
Internally the property is presented in very good order and ideally laid out for modern day family life.
Ground Floor: Kitchen/Dining room with AGA and French doors to a decked terrace, door to sunroom. Cloakroom with WC and WHB. Inner hallway. Hall cupboard. Living room with dual aspect and woodburning stove. Bedroom with en-suite (double showering cubicle, WC, WHB) and nursery/dressing area off.
First Floor: Shower room (showering cubicle and WC) accessed off half landing. Upper landing leading to Bedroom 2 with coombed ceiling. Master Bedroom with dressing area and en-suite bathroom with showering cubicle, bath, WC and WHB.
The gardens to the front of the property are bound by stone walling and fencing. There is an expanse of lawn and some herbaceous borders and a timber garden shed. There is ample parking for several vehicles.
EQUESTRIAN FACILITIES & OUTBUILDINGS
Manège with perimeter fencing (40m x 20m approximately)
Viewing gallery, 3 stables at rear and store room tacked on (11m x 7.8m)
Traditional stone byre with corrugated roof, 4 stables within (19.4m x 7.3m)
2 Store rooms tacked on at rear of Byre (6m x 2.8m)
Brick built barn, corrugated roof, 5 stables, tack room, hay store (14.6m x 4.9m)
Brick built stable block with corrugated roof, 3 stables within (9.5m x 3.4m)
Timber stable block, 5 stables (17.6m x 3.4m)
Timber stable block, corrugated roof, 2 stables (5.2m x 2.5m)
Timber stables, corrugated roof, 2 stables (4.7m x 6.3)
The grazing land predominantly falls to the south east of the steadings and extends to approximately 2.36 Ha (5.8 Acres) . The land has a mainly southerly aspect and has been classified as Grade 3.2 by The James Hutton Institute. The land has historically been used for cattle but more recently for equestrian purposes. The fields provide shelter and privacy to the boundaries of Tannoch Farmhouse and Steadings. All fields are easily accessible and serviced by either mains or natural fed water sources and have excellent fenced boundaries with vehicular access to all. The land is offered with vacant possession. Please note additional land may be available by separate negotiation.
Planning permission was granted for conversion of the outbuildings to create three further dwelling houses in July 2008, predominantly in a courtyard formation. A substantial amount of work has been started in one unit which could easily become an addition to the main residence, ancillary accommodation or indeed a separate dwelling. Further information regarding the planning permission can be accessed on the North Lanarkshire planning portal, reference 08/01112/FUL.
https://eplanning.northlanarkshire.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=consulteeComments&keyVal=K4RJBSBA0CE00&consulteeCommentsPager.page=2 A material start has been confirmed by NLC, accordingly the planning permission is extant. For further details please contact the Selling Agents.