Milton View

Waygateshaw, Carluke, South Lanarkshire, ML8 5PX

Offers Over £470,000

15.9 acres

Bedroom Count icon 4

Reception Count icon 3

Bathroom Count icon 1

SITUATIONMilton View is situated in a peaceful rural position offering ample lifestyle opportunities for those looking to explore country pursuits such as hobby farming or horse riding. There is also the chance to generate an income from home with myriad opportunities to run a business from the property. The town of Carluke is just over 2 miles away and offers an excellent range of local amenities. Carluke Station is a five-minute drive and connects directly to Glasgow and Edinburgh. The city centre of Glasgow (about 22 miles) offers the full range of amenities including shopping, leisure, and business facilities. Edinburgh (Scotland’s capital) is just under an hour’s drive. The M74 is a 15-minute drive away, connecting to the Borders and Carlisle to the south and Glasgow to the north.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 Carluke as well as Lanark and Strathaven Golf Clubs in close proximity to each other, and the world-famous courses at Loch Lomond, East Lothian and Gleneagles are easily accessible. There are ample walking and hiking opportunities with start of the Southern Uplands a 30-minute drive to the south, and the Trossachs just over an hour away to the north.METHOD OF SALEMilton View is offered for sale as a whole or in 2 lots.Lot 1 – The house, garden, and outbuildings measuring to approximately 0.16 Ha (0.40 Acres)Lot 2 – The 4 fields and amenity woodland measuring to approximately 6.27 Ha (15.50 Acres)DESCRIPTIONHouseMilton View is a traditional stone-built house partially covered by a white render set under a pitched slate roof. The house is secluded and accessed via a private drive. The property is in need of some cosmetic upgrading, but provides well-proportioned accommodation with plenty of potential on two levels, comprising:Ground Floor: Entrance porch, kitchen, dining room and TV snug, sitting room, master bedroom, and south-facing sun room.First Floor: Two double bedrooms, shower room, single bedroom and box room.The layout is shown in more detail in the floor plans contained within these particulars.GardenThe house sits within a large garden which is laid mostly to lawn with mature trees and shrubs, with a stream running through it. The garden is enclosed by a beech hedge, and a stone wall and timber fencing separates Milton View from the neighbouring property. The garden also benefits from a large paved Monoblock yard, with plenty room for three cars to the rear of the property, and a bright patio. The Garden including the ground upon which the house sits measures to approximately 0.16 Ha (0.40 Acres).OutbuildingsThere are three outbuildings: a garage and a workshop, both concrete block construction under a flat profile metal roof, and a separate woodshed and store next door. The workshop is purpose-built, offering a large area to work on hobbies with an augmented electricity supply for heavy machinery. Combined, the outbuildings also present the potential for a granny flat.LandThe land, classified as Grade 3.2 and 4.2 by the James Hutton Institute, extends to approximately 6.27 Ha (15.50 Acres) and is split into 3 large fields and 1 smaller field with some area of amenity woodland all enclosed with a water supply for grazing animals and well maintained post and wire fencing. There is a cattle shed in the large bottom field which in need of some repair. All fields are accessed using a single track road off the main road, wide enough for vehicular access for any necessary maintenance.CLAWBACKThe missives of sale of Lot 2 will be subject to the Purchaser(s) granting a standard security in favour of the Sellers to clawback 30% of the uplift in value, in the event of planning permission being granted for development for any purpose other than agricultural, over any part of the subjects, being obtained subsequent from the date of entry for a period of 30 years.