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Knockinshannoch, Buchlyvie, Stirlingshire, FK8

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Description
Knockinshannoch is a detached former farmhouse. It is completed in a combination of white painted stone and harling with natural exposed stone relief and all under a slated roof.
The house is set at the end of a black top and tall gated private driveway. From its fine rural location there are outstanding views out across the Carse of Stirling and north to a number of Munroe's which form the skyline and horizon.

In recent times the house has been refurbished to a high standard and the accommodation is light and bright and laid out over two easily managed levels.

The property offers excellent family accommodation extending to approximately 3,200 square feet and by dint of land and good space for outbuildings, will be immediately appealing to those with equestrian interests or hobby farming.

From the main front entrance reception hallway, access to comfortable family/living room, with multi fuel cast iron burner and one wall to wood panel, ground floor bathroom and under stairs stores, large well equipped and easily worked kitchen, complete with split level equipment and American fridge freezer, large utility room within which is the oil fired central heating boiler, rear cloakroom and wc, rear hall and door to courtyard and gardens. From the main reception hall, access to large open plan full width and panoramic dining room and drawing room, access via French doors to deck and gardens, the drawing room has a vaulted ceiling with exposed beams, full height natural stone chimney breast with multi fuel stove, heavy flagged hearth and dramatic glass walls flanking the fireplace, double communicating doors to rear main entrance reception hallway.

The first floor is by easily gained staircase to first floor upper hallway, bedroom 1 with quality bedroom furniture, bedroom 2 with fitted bedroom furniture, wet room style shower room, linen stores, bedroom 3 (master), bank of mirrored wardrobes, French doors to Romeo & Juliet balcony, deluxe en suite shower room.

Outbuildings
Detached former bothy (in need of upgrading) painted harled finish under slated roof, potential for the creation of dedicated home office/stabling/tack rooms etc.

Gardens
Black top private road and via twin galvanised steel gates to black top vehicular turning and hard standing apron. Front gardens to lawns with central concrete pathway to front door. The front lawns have random deciduous and coniferous trees bound by timber post and rail fencing. Gardens at the south and western sides are fringed by a hawthorn hedge and have further lawns with raised planters, and a good sunny deck suitable for summer furniture and al fresco dining. Spiral staircase to raised veranda. Full height twin gates lead to the rear gardens which are laid mainly to grass and have an ornamental pond.

Land
A near 5 acre field to permanent pasture wraps around Knockinshannoch from the southern to the northern most rear gardens.

Additional Land
Additional permanent pasture land to 5 or 70 acres is available by separate negotiation.

Situation
Knockinshannoch is situated down a quiet country lane on the eastern fringe of the Carse of Stirlingshire village of Buchlyvie. It is about 1.5 mile to the centre of the village and it is a pleasant and more or less level walk.

Buchlyvie is a delightful rural village with a real sense of community. The village has local shops and services that easily cater for everyday needs and requirements.

There is a local primary school and for secondary education, the children of the district attend Balfron High School which has an enviable record of academic achievement in the state sector.

Glasgow and Perthshire have a range of independent schools for example Glasgow Academy and High School in the west and Strathallan and Dollar Academy to the east.

The historic town of Stirling is about 14 miles to the east and has a fuller range of professional, academic, leisure and retail facilities which include the Thistle Centre shopping mall.

The surrounding countryside is renowned for its natural scenic beauty and the chance that it offers to participate in outdoor and field sports as well as the convenient access to Glasgow, Stirling, Edinburgh and the national motorway network.

The A811 offers good access to Glasgow (25 miles) and Stirling (14 miles) and to Glasgow International airport which is to the west of the city and offers an increasing range of flights to UK, European and North American destinations.

Loch Lomond is the centrepiece of the Loch Lomond & Trossachs National Park and is an area of natural and often dramatic natural scenic beauty. On all sides of the loch there are some of the most scenic and challenging walks and hill climbs in Scotland.

The loch offers inland sailing and boating and water sports opportunities. Fishing is possible by permit on the loch and some of the surrounding rivers.

Some of the local estates can, by prior arrangement, offer stalking, grouse and low ground pheasant shooting.

As with most parts of Scotland, one is never too far from a quality golf course and Knockinshannoch is no exception with courses at Balfron, Buchanan Castle and Aberfoyle.

Coastal sailing is available on the Firth of Clyde with marina and chandlery services available at Rhu (25 miles).

Travel Directions
From Stirling take the A811 west to Buchlyvie. About 0.75 miles before the village (and before the long lay by) turn right at a cul de sac sign. Proceed down this single track lane for about 1 mile and after passing Gartentruach Farm, take the next driveway on the right hand side to find Knockinshannoch on the left hand side at the end of the private road.

From Glasgow take the A81 north towards Aberfoyle. At Ballat Crossroads turn right onto the A811. Continue on the A811 for about 3.7 miles to reach Buchlyvie. Proceed through Buchlyvie and on leaving the village (after the long lay by on the left) turn left at the cul de sac sign and follow direction above."
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Nearest station

  • Bridge of Allan (12.9 mi)
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To view this property or request more details, contact:

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150 St. Vincent Street, Glasgow, G2 5NE

0141 392 0140 Local call rate

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