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Lot 1 Hillhead Of Catter Farm

Croftamie, Glasgow, Stirlingshire, G63 0HF

Offers Over £1,600,000


  • Traditional stone-built farmhouse: 3 bedrooms 3 public rooms

  • Excellent and extensive range of modern and traditional farm buildings

  • Productive block of pasture and silage ground

  • Rural yet accessible location close to amenities

  • Private position with picturesque outlook over the surrounding countryside

  • Land with longer term development potential subject to obtaining necessary consents

  • Land extending to about 204.39 Ha (505.05 Acres) in total

Hillhead of Catter Farmhouse is a traditional 1½ storey stone-built farmhouse set under a pitched tiled roof. The house is accessed via a private tarmac drive which leads from the minor public road. The property provides well-proportioned accommodation over two …

Hillhead of Catter Farmhouse is a traditional 1½ storey stone-built farmhouse set under a pitched tiled roof. The house is accessed via a private tarmac drive which leads from the minor public road. The property provides well-proportioned accommodation over two levels including 3 bedrooms and 3 public rooms, and is laid out in more detail in the floorplans contained within these particulars.

Garden Ground
There is a small garden area located to the front and west of the property which is mostly laid to lawn and enclosed by a timber fence, wall and hedging. There is an area of tarmac and concrete to the east of the house which provides space for parking for a number of vehicles. The garden area benefits from views towards the west over the
surrounding countryside.

Farm Buildings
There is an excellent range of modern and traditional buildings which are situated in a group to the north of farmhouse. They comprise:

Cattle Court 1 (42.9m x 21.4m)
Of steel portal frame construction under a corrugated roof with shuttered concrete walls, Yorkshire Board side cladding and slatted floors. The shed is split into 4 rows of pens by two feed passages.

Cattle Court 2 (42.9m x 21.4m)
Of steel portal frame construction under a corrugated roof with shuttered concrete walls, Yorkshire Board side cladding and slatted floors. The shed is split into 4 rows of pens by two feed passages.

Traditional Barn (19.2m x 7.0m)
Of traditional construction under a timber and corrugated roof with stone and brick walls and a concrete floor and used as a log store.

Pole Barn (28.8m x 9.5m)
Of timber frame construction under a tin roof and tin side cladding with block walls and a concrete floor. The buildings is split into two stores and a cattle court.

Silage Clamp 1 (36.4m x 10.4m)
Of steel portal frame construction under a corrugated roof with timber walls and a tar floor.

Silage Clamp 2 (36.4m x 10.5m)
Of steel portal frame construction under a corrugated roof with timber walls and a tar floor.

Silage Clamp 3 (36.4m x 10.3m)
Of steel portal frame construction under a corrugated roof with timber walls and a tar floor.

Garage (19.5m x 8.65m)
Of brick construction under a corrugated roof with brick walls and tin side cladding and a concrete floor with a roller door at one end.

Slurry Tower
Large 5 ring store with concrete apron and mixing unit.

The farmland extends to approximately 204.39 Ha
(505.05 Acres) in total and surrounds the farmhouse
and steading and is predominantly situated within
two large parcels of ground which are divided by the
minor public roads. The majority of the land has been classified as predominantly Grade 3.2 with a few small areas of Grade 4.1 and Grade 5 by The James Hutton Institute.

All of the land is currently down to pasture and is used for grazing and forage production. The land is gently sloping and of a varying aspect sitting between approximately 24m above sea level at its lowest point and 54m above sea level at its highest point. The enclosures benefit from excellent access either directly from the public roads or from a network of internal farm tracks.