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Woodcockdale Farm Lot 1, Linlithgow, West Lothian, EH49

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Galbraith, Stirling







2,863,199 sq ft

266,000 sq m

Key features

  • Modern 8-bed farmhouse providing spacious family accommodation
  • Useful and adaptable range of modern and traditional farm buildings
  • Traditional buildings with development potential (subject to obtaining necessary planning consents)
  • Productive areas of Grade 3 and 4 arable, silage and pasture ground
  • Situated in a scenic and accessible location close to amenities
  • Mix of arable and pasture ground with some small areas of amenity woodland
  • Land with potential to expand environmental and forestry interests through natural capital and afforestation schemes.
  • About 26.60 Ha (65.73 Acres)



Woodcockdale Farm is offered for sale as a whole or in 6 lots. Please note Lots 2-6 will not be sold prior to the completion of Lot 1.


Woodcockdale Farmhouse
The farmhouse is situated just to the south of the farm steading and is accessed via a shared farm road which leads off the A706. The property was built in 1971 and is of block and brick cavity wall construction under a pitched tiled roof. The farmhouse benefits from panoramic views over the surrounding countryside and provides spacious family accommodation set out over two levels comprising an open-plan kitchen/living room, a large dining/sitting room, 8 bedrooms, 4 of which have ensuite bathrooms or showers. The accommodation and room dimensions are set out in more detail within the floor plans contained in the particulars.

Garden Ground
The farmhouse benefits from an attractive area of garden ground which surrounds the property and is mostly laid to lawn and enclosed by a stone dyke. There is a large area of concrete to the front and east of the house providing ample space for several vehicles. There is a timber garden store to the west of the house providing additional storage.

Woodcockdale Farm Buildings
The farm is serviced by an extensive range of traditional and modern farm buildings which are located immediately to the north and sitting just below the farmhouse. The majority of the buildings were previously used as part of the original dairy enterprise until 2008 but are now used in conjunction with the current beef and sheep enterprise on the holding. The buildings comprise:

1. Workshop (13.2m x 9.91m) of timber frame construction under a box profile roof with Yorkshire board side cladding and concrete floor. The bunded fuel station is available by separate negotiation.

2. Cattle Court 1 (24.1m x 19.2m) of steel portal frame construction under a corrugated roof with concrete panel walls, Yorkshire board side cladding and a concrete and stone floor.

3. Silage Pit with concrete side walls, earth back walls and concrete floor.

4. Cattle Court 2 (34.0m x 11.7m) of timber frame construction under a box profile roof with Yorkshire board side cladding and a concrete floor.

5. Lean-to Cattle Court 3 (45.5mx 11.89m) of steel portal frame construction under a box profile roof with concrete panel and brick walls and a concrete floor.

6. Cattle Handling Shed (35.9m x 11.2m) of steel portal frame construction under a box profile roof with stone and concrete panel walls and Yorkshire board and box profile side cladding and a concrete floor.

7. Former Farmhouse (10.7m x 4.63m) the remainder of the original farmhouse is of traditional stone construction under a slate roof with block and stone walls. The building is currently open along the front gable.

8. L-shaped Store Shed (3.97m x 3.6m) + (9.42m x 4.92m) of traditional stone construction under a corrugated roof with an earth floor.

9. Former Parlour Shed (12.7m x 4.6m) of steel portal frame construction under a box profile roof and side cladding with concrete floor.

10. Lean-to Store (12.76m x 2.92m) of brick construction under a corrugated roof with a concrete floor.

11. Former Cubicle Shed (29.9m x 10.3m) + (8.57m x 6.20m) of steel portal frame construction under a corrugated roof, tin side cladding, brick walls and a concrete and stone floor.

12. Former Cubicle Shed 2/Lean-to (18.2m x 8.89m) + (15.04m x 5.66m) of steel portal frame construction under a corrugated roof, tin side cladding, brick walls and a concrete and stone floor.

13. Straw Shed/Dutch Barn (21.62m x 18.82m) of steel portal frame construction under a corrugated tin roof with tin side cladding, brick and timber walls and a concrete, tarmac and stone floor.

14. Cattle Court 4 (22.8m x 11.9m) of steel portal frame construction under a corrugated roof, Yorkshire board side cladding, block walls and a concrete floor.

15. Implement Shed (18.8m x 5.43m) of timber frame construction under a mono pitched box profile roof with Yorkshire board side cladding and a concrete floor.

16. Modern Cattle Court 5 (36.69m x 31.02m) principal cattle shed with two lean-to cattle courts. Of steel portal frame construction under a box profile roof and side cladding with brick and block walls and stone floor. The lean-to sections are separated by motorway barriers and benefit from concrete floors.

17. Permastore located to the rear of the former cubicle shed there is redundant Permastore which was last used in 2008.

18. Collinson Feed Bin with capacity for up to 23 tonnes.

19. Portacabin

Yard Area
There is a large yard area of concrete and hard standing, linking the various buildings, with further area of land to the west of the buildings used as a dung midden.

Land at Woodcockdale Farm
The land in Lot 1 extends to about 26.60 Ha (65.73 Acres) in total and surrounds the farmhouse, farm buildings and is bound to the north and west by the River Avon, and to the south by the Union Canal and the A706. The land has been principally classified as Grade 3.1 by the James Hutton Institute. The majority of this land is down to a mix of arable and pasture ground with some small areas of amenity woodland located to the north of the farm steading and along the southern bank of the River Avon. The land is of varying aspect rising from 40m adjacent to the River Avon on the northern boundary to 78m above sea level at its highest point adjacent to the public road. The fields have benefitted from a healthy application of farmyard manure over the years and lie in a contiguous block with the majority of the field parcels being accessed directly from the farm steading or via field gates which lead from the A706.

EH49 6QE

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All viewings are strictly by appointment with the Selling Agents.

The property is an agricultural holding and appropriate caution should be exercised at all times during inspection particularly in reference to the farm buildings, farm land and water courses.

The existing herd on the farm is currently subject to an ongoing TB testing programme and therefore all viewers must follow strict biosecurity protocols and will be required to disinfect footwear when entering and leaving the farmyard and farmland forming Lot 1 and also enclosures 31, 32 and 33 of Lot 3. A further TB test of the herd is scheduled in June 2024 and further details are available from the Selling Agents.

The mineral rights are included insofar as they are owned by the Seller

All fallen and standing timber is included in the sale insofar as it is owned by the Seller.

Insofar as these rights form part of the property title they are included within the sale.

Farmhouse carpets and curtains included but any white goods are excluded. The bunded fuel station within the workshop is available by separate negotiation. No other items are included unless mentioned in the sales particulars.

The missives of sale of Lot 1 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.

Lot 1
There is a core path which follows the River Avon and crosses part of the land forming Lot 1 along the north eastern boundary of the subjects.

The proprietors of Lumsdaine House benefit from a right of vehicle access over part of the principal farm road serving Lot 1. They also benefit from rights to outflow drainage within field 3.

There is a gas pipe crossing the north eastern area of field 1 within Lot 1.

All of the subjects forming Lot 1 including farm buildings, farmhouse and most of the land north of the Union Canal fall within an area designated as an Historic Battlefield by Historic Environment Scotland. The Battle of Linlithgow Bridge was fought between the Earl of Lennox and the Earl of Arran on 4 September 1526. Further details available via following link:

A deposit of 10% of the purchase price shall be paid within seven days of completion of Missives. Deposit will be non-refundable in the event of the purchaser failing to complete for reasons not attributable to the Seller or their Agents.

Vacant possession and entry will be given on completion or such mutual time to be agreed by the Seller and the Purchaser(s).

Please note that under the 2017 AML regulations we are legally required to carry out money laundering checks against purchasers. Upon verbal acceptance of an offer, we require to identify the purchaser for Anti-Money Laundering purposes. Our service provider ‘First AML’ will contact the purchaser to gather the required identification documents. An information sheet is available from the Selling Agents on request. We are not able to enter a business relationship with a purchaser until they have been identified. Failure to provide required identification may result in an offer not being considered.

Galbraith are approved Agents for the Agricultural Mortgage Corporation (AMC) and we can assist you in securing finance loans for a variety of farming purposes including the purchase of land and property, restructuring debt, and to provide working capital for diversification, improving or erecting farm buildings. For further details and to discuss any proposals in confidence please contact Alistair Christie in our Galbraith Stirling office on Email: alistair.

EPC Rating = E



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Woodcockdale Farm Lot 1, Linlithgow, West Lothian, EH49


Distances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
  • Linlithgow Station2.1 miles
  • Polmont Station3.0 miles
  • Bathgate Station4.7 miles

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Galbraith, Stirling

Suite C1, Stirling Agricultural Centre, Stirling, FK9 4RN

Galbraith, Stirling

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