Mains of Buchlyvie provides a delightful county property comprising of a farmhouse, modern dwelling house, a range of traditional and modern outbuildings, Equestrian facilities and pasture land extending to 21.44 Ha (53 Acres) Enjoying a peaceful and secluded location, the …
Mains of Buchlyvie provides a delightful county property comprising of a farmhouse, modern dwelling house, a range of traditional and modern outbuildings, Equestrian facilities and pasture land extending to 21.44 Ha (53 Acres) Enjoying a peaceful and secluded location, the property benefits from easy access to the A811 Dumbarton Road which links Stirling to the West of Scotland. The local City of Stirling provides a central point for national transport with the M8 and M9 motorways, train station only 18 miles to the west and Glasgow and Edinburgh airports within 30 miles.
The village of Buchlyvie is situated approximately half a mile to the west and offers a range of local amenities to include a grocery store, health centre and primary school. There is a wider range of local amenities available in the nearby villages of Balfron and Kippen. A fuller range of amenities are available in Stirling and Glasgow.
Mains of Buchlyvie Farmhouse is a lovely detached country house enjoying a secluded yet accessible position which provides spacious accommodation over two floors. The layout of the house would facilitate modern family living and the property also adjoins a number of outbuildings which could potentially be utilised for the extension of the dwelling if required, subject to the necessary consents. The property is of traditional stone construction under a pitched slate roof and benefits from timber double glazed windows throughout.
The farmhouse benefits from an attractive area of garden ground to include a drying green and lawns which are bound by mature trees providing shelter and privacy to the property.
The modern bungalow known as Baron House is excluded from the sale but can be made available by separate negotiation.
A range of traditional outbuildings adjoining the farmhouse of traditional stone construction under a pitched slate roof.
Hot Tub Room housing a hot tub with television and WC. Bunk House. Double Garage. Large Garage/Workshop. Log Store. Bothy with 2 Rooms, Toilet and Kitchen. Further Garage.
Cattle/Stable Shed (22.86m x 18.3m) of concrete frame construction with brick walls and a concrete floor under a pitched corrugated fibre roof.
Sheep Shed (18m x 14.4m) of timber pole construction under a corrugated roof with a compacted stone/earth floor.
Hay Shed (23.85m x 8.15m) of steel frame construction with a curved corrugated tin roof and a compacted stone floor.
Hay Shed 2 (17.05m x 8.75m) of timber pole construction with a compacted stone floor with a mono-pitched corrugated tin roof and corrugated tin side cladding.
Riding Arena (50.0m x 28.0m) floodlit riding arena with a timber post and rail outer fence with a shredded rubber surface and flood lighting. Fulling drained.
The agricultural land included within the subjects extends to 21.44 Ha (53.00 Acres) or thereby and is predominantly well suited for the purposes of grazing livestock and horses as well as fodder production. The land is predominantly classified as Grade 3.2 by The James Hutton Institute with a small area of Grade 5.2 on the western boundary and a small area of Grade 4.1 to the immediate north of the buildings. Access is via an unclassified adopted road to the north of the A811. The fields are all well fenced and benefit from adequate water supplies throughout.