Greenhill Development Plot is situated in a private and scenic position in the heart of rural Renfrewshire, approximately ¼ of a mile to the north of the desirable village of Houston, some 2 miles west of Bridge of Weir …
Greenhill Development Plot is situated in a private and scenic position in the heart of rural Renfrewshire, approximately ¼ of a mile to the north of the desirable village of Houston, some 2 miles west of Bridge of Weir and 4 miles from Kilmacolm. The village of Houston is convenient to the A737 dual carriageway providing links with Paisley, Glasgow Airport which is around 7 miles from the property, and the M8 providing swift access to Glasgow City.
The village of Houston lies to the south of the site and offers an established nursery and a highly regarded primary and secondary school. The village is served by a Post Office, several quaint pubs and restaurants, village tea room, pharmacy and a number of local shops catering for day to day requirements, as well as a doctor’s and dental surgery. Houston is also home to the well renowned Strathgryffe Tennis, Squash and Fitness Club. Larger supermarkets can be found in nearby Johnstone and Paisley.
Glasgow 16.5 miles to the east has earned its reputation as one of the UK’s leading cities for retail, offering a range of shopping centres and previously being named as European City of Culture and European City of Architecture and Design. Glasgow, is also rich in centres of cultural excellence including the newly refurbished Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum, the Transport Museum, the Glasgow Science Centre, the Royal Concert Hall, various theatres, the Burrell Collection within Pollok Country Park and many other places of interest.
A regular bus service from Houston connects to Greenock, Port Glasgow, Linwood, Braehead and Glasgow’s Buchanan Street, while nearby Johnstone Railway Station, whose ‘park and ride’ has recently been extended, provides a regular service to Glasgow Central in just 16 minutes. The Erskine Bridge being only 6.5 miles away provides swift access to the north of Glasgow, and Loch Lomond and The Trossachs offer a range of watersports, mountaineering and hillwalking opportunities. The coastal villages of both Inverkip and Largs are within a short distance of Houston and provide popular marinas, with excellent yachting facilities available at Gourock.
Greenhill Development Plot presents a fantastic and rare development opportunity to transform a disused barn into an attractive detached dwellinghouse. Planning permission was secured on the site on 26th May 2020 for conversion of the barn to form a 4-bedroom detached residential dwelling house.
The site is located about ¼ of a mile to the north of the village of Houston, and lies adjacent and to west of the B789 Barochan Road which links Houston to Langbank. The barn sits within an area of ground which extends to about 0.34 Ha (0.86 Acre) in total and would allow for the creation of a large garden.
Full details of the planning consent and attached conditions can be obtained from the Renfrewshire Council (www.renfrewshire.gov.uk) quoting Planning Reference Number: 20/0209/PP.
Mains electricity and water are available nearby.
Planning consent includes plans for Private Drainage. Please Note the cost for all service connections is to be borne by the purchaser(s).
From Glasgow take the M8 west before exiting at junction 29 onto the A737 signed to Irvine. Travel along this road before taking the slip road signposted B789/Johnstone. At the traffic lights turn right crossing back over the A737 and continue straight through the next set of traffic lights and at the next roundabout take the second exit following the signs for Houston on the B789/Barochan Road. At the next roundabout take the first exit signposted for Bridge of Weir and Greenock.
After approximately 300m turn right onto Main Street which is signposted Langbank and Houston Village/B789. Continue through the village heading north for approximately ¼ of a mile and the Greenhill Development Plot is situated on the left, opposite Greenhill Farm.