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Wetshod Farm, Lennoxtown, Glasgow, East Dunbartonshire, G66

Under Offer £465,000

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GENERAL
Wetshod Farm sits in a charming and most private position in rural
Central Scotland equidistant to Torrance, Lennoxtown and Milton of
Campsie all within East Dunbartonshire. The property lies in an area
of great natural beauty and tranquillity in a prime location near the foot
of the Campsie Hills. The village of Torrance offers a selection of local
amenities including two hairdressers, shops including a convenience
store, dentist, bakery, post office, chemist and newsagents. It is also
highly convenient for nearby Strathkelvin Retail Park including Marks &
Spencer. There are three village pubs and recreation facilities include
tennis courts, a bowling club and nearby golf courses. Torrance is
surrounded by picturesque scenery and is a short drive from the suburbs
of Bearsden, Milngavie and Bishopbriggs where the wider selection of
facilities are on offer along with rail links to Glasgow's West End, City
Centre, Edinburgh and the North. The town of Lennoxtown has a variety
of local shops and services including a hotel, pub, doctors, dentist
and supermarket. The area is also serviced by a number of nurseries,
primary and secondary schools.
The area has many great walks and rural attractions and there is a variety
of other leisure activities to be enjoyed locally including horse riding,
golfing and bowling.
DESCRIPTION
Wetshod Farmhouse is a single storey detached dwelling of timber
and brick construction with a harled render finish. The property sits
in very pretty garden grounds to four sides with an open outlook over
the surrounding fields and countryside beyond. A large mono-blocked
car parking area compliments the property. The family and public
rooms within the property enjoy south facing views across the nearby
countryside and the farmhouse benefits from owning the adjoining
fields, retaining control over the outlook.
The accommodation comprises Reception Hallway, open-plan Living
and Dining Room with views over the garden, fully fitted Kitchen,
Study/2nd Living Room with open coal fire to the rear of the property,
Cloakroom (WC and wash-hand basin), two double Bedrooms with inbuilt
wardrobes plus a spacious Master Bedroom with en-suite Shower
Room and an additional family Bathroom off the hallway. The property
benefits from a spacious double garage which is serviced with water,
electricity and houses the oil fired boiler.
Outbuildings
The outbuildings at Wetshod Farm comprise of a range of traditional
and modern agricultural buildings within the traditional farm steading of
stone construction and the modern buildings being a mixture of pole
barn and steel portal frame sheds. The traditional stone buildings are in
a dilapidated condition however they may well present a development
opportunity subject to obtaining the necessary consents while the
steel portal frame sheds provide storage space for modern agricultural
enterprises. A number of the sheds could provide adequate space and
scope for stabling if required.
The modern outbuildings consist of the following:
Store 1 (5.4m x 5.0m) of brick construction under a mixed tin and
corrugated roof with a concrete and earth floor throughout.
Store 2 (7.6m x 5.4m) of brick construction under a mixed tin and
corrugated roof with a concrete and earth floor throughout.
Store 3 (4.8m x 5.4m) of brick construction under a mixed tin and
corrugated roof with a concrete and earth floor throughout.
Pole Barn Lean-to (7.7m x 6.3m) of timber pole construction under a tin
roof with an earth floor.
Hayshed (18.0m x 9.0m) of steel portal frame construction under a
corrugated tin roof with concrete block walls and an earth floor with tin
cladding.
Lean-to 2 (9.0m x 4.4m) of timber pole construction under a corrugated
tin roof with concrete block walls and tin side cladding and a concrete
floor.
Lean-to 3 (5.9m x 5.7m) of timber pole construction under a corrugated
tin roof with tin side cladding and an earth floor.
Lean-to (12.0m x 9.0m) of steel portal frame construction under a mixed
corrugated/tin roof with block walls and a concrete floor.
GP Shed (24.0m x 14.8m) of steel portal frame construction under a
corrugated fibre roof with concrete floor.
Timber Hayshed (5.5m x 3.0m) of timber pole construction under a
corrugated tin roof with tin side cladding and an earth floor.
Traditional Stone Buildings 1 (19m x 4.90m) of traditional stone
construction under a pitched slate and corrugated tin roof with a
concrete floor throughout.
Traditional Stone Buildings 2 a range of traditional stone buildings
under pitched tin clad roof's with concrete floor with a Gross External
Area of 195m².
The buildings traditional stone buildings are currently in a dilapidated
condition, however they may present a development opportunity subject
to obtaining the required statutory consents.
The Land
The land at Wetshod Farm extends to approximately 12.93 Ha (31.95
Acres) and is primarily classed as Grade 3.2 and Grade 4.2 by the
James Hutton Institute. The land lies primarily to the west of the
property towards Campsie Road. The land is generally south and west
facing and lies between 50m and 65m above sea level. The land is
currently utilised by neighbouring farmers both on Grazing and Cropping
Agreements with the land to the west of the property being capable of
growing arable crops.

EPC Rating = E


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