Broadhouse Lea

Cleghorn, Lanark, South Lanarkshire, ML11 8PA

Offers Over £525,000

3.41 acres

Bedroom Count icon 3

  • Well maintained traditional stone built 3 bedroom property
  • Triple Garage which would be suitable for conversion into ancillary accommodation subject to necessary consents
  • Good equestrian facilities including an outdoor arena, an all-weather turnout area and 0.90 Ha (2.22 acres) of grazing
  • Full planning consent for the erection of additional private stables and detached hayshed
  • About 1.38 Ha (3.41 acres) in total

Broadhouse Lea Farm is situated in a rural position with the town of Lanark being just under 6 miles away, offering an excellent range of local amenities. The city centre of Glasgow (about 28 miles) offers the full range of amenities including shopping, leisure and business facilities with regular mainline rail connections to Edinburgh and wider Scotland. Edinburgh (Scotland’s capital) is just under an hour’s drive away.Broadhouse Lea Farm is located in close proximity to an excellent transport infrastructure with the M74 motorway system accessible within about a 30 minute drive. Edinburgh and Glasgow International Airports are only about 26 miles and 34 miles distant respectively and offer regular domestic and international flights.Sitting in the central belt of Scotland, the local area offers an enormous range of cultural and leisure opportunities. There are some excellent golf courses in the area including a nearby course at Lanark as well as Carnwath and Douglas Water Golf Clubs in close proximity to each other, and the world famous courses at Loch Lomond and Gleneagles are easily accessible. There are private sports clubs in Lanark and Peebles, whilst Wishaw has a Community Sports Centre with swimming pool.The surrounding hills, Tinto Hill and Culter Fell are extremely popular with hill walkers and climbers and the region also offers excellent opportunities for mountain biking, shooting and fishing.Broadhouse Lea FarmhouseBroadhouse Lea Farmhouse, dating back to 1800, is of a traditional stone construction set under a pitched slate roof. The house is accessed via a gravel driveway which leads directly onto the A706. The property provides well-proportioned accommodation, finished to a very high standard, over two levels comprising:Ground Floor:Entrance Hallway, Kitchen, Dining Room, Sitting room, Utility and WCFirst Floor:3 Double Bedrooms and a Family BathroomThe layout is shown in more detail in the floor plans contained within these particulars.Garden GroundA garden area is located to the west of the dwellinghouse which is laid mostly to lawn with flower beds and shrubs enclosed with post and rail fencing. To the south of the property and around the garage is a large gravel area suitable for parking up to 3 cars and a large area to the front of the garage for any additional vehicles.Garage (11.40m x 6.32m)Broadhouse Lea Farm offers a large triple garage of concrete block and timber construction under a pitched tiled roof with a concrete floor and 2 large electric roller shutter doors. The garage has been built in line with house building regulations therefore, with the correct planning consent being granted, could be converted into a house. The garage has an upstairs area which is currently utilised as a working from home space with an office, WC and sitting room area.Equestrian FacilitiesStables (10.90m x 4.70m)The stables are a mix of concrete block and traditional stone construction under a corrugated fibre roof and a concrete floor made up of 3 stables and a tack/feed room. The stables are located in very close proximity to the house, with a paved path from the house for access.Outdoor Arena (40m x 25m)The property offers a large outdoor riding arena with a sand surface, fully fenced in with post and rail fencing.All-Weather Turnout AreaTo the east of the stables is a large all-weather turn out area with a hard standing surface suitable for horse turnout in wet weather.Hard Standing AreaBetween the riding arena and the garden, there are 2 large hard standing areas with hardcore surfaces, currently utilised for machinery and general storage.LandThe grazing land, classified as Grade 4.1 by the James Hutton Institute, extends to approximately 0.90 Ha (2.22 Acres) split into 2 paddocks, enclosed with well-maintained post and rail fencing. Both fields are accessed using a hard standing road, wide enough for vehicular access for any necessary maintenance.METHOD OF SALEThe property is offered for sale as a whole.PLANNINGBroadhouse Lea Farm has been granted full planning consent by South Lanarkshire council, Ref P/18/0266, for the erection of private stables which total 15.2m x 24.4m and a detached hayshed.