DM Hall has brought 0.62ha with steading and annex by Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park to the market.

Badshalloch Steading and Badshalloch Annex is being marketed by the Scottish firm of chartered surveyors for offers over £480,000.

The site sits just north east of Gartocharn and is surrounded by farmland.

Jennifer Campbell of DM Hall’s rural property team said: “The steadings and adjoining annex, offer a unique opportunity to acquire a rural property with significant redevelopment and/or commercial potential, subject to obtaining the necessary consents.

“They are accessed via a shared entrance road which leads to a gated private driveway, providing parking for several vehicles, and lie adjacent to neighbouring agricultural outbuildings and rural properties within the vicinity of Badshalloch Farm.

“The properties were previously separated and have served as ancillary accommodation to Badshalloch Farm.

“While the steadings are in move-in order throughout, the annex may benefit from being repurposed or reconfigured to suit the end user.”

Campbell said the annex may also be suitable for holiday lets, subject also to the necessary consents and licensing scheme operating in Scotland

“The adjacent paddock offers a wonderful space for hobby farming, orchard creation, market garden or for equestrian purposes,” she said.

“This is a property with great potential and only a short drive from the beautiful village of Drymen.”

The nearby village of Gartocharn offers local amenities, including two churches, a filling station, garage and a weekly fruit and vegetable market held at the local France Farm.

There is a co-operative supermarket in Balloch in addition to a number of independent retailers.

Loch Lomond Shores by Balloch offers boat trips, retail outlets and restaurants. Local schooling is at Gartocharn Nursery and Primary School and Vale of Leven Academy.