Historic house with a productive livestock unit for sale

Galbraith is currently offering on sale a circa 386.15ac property Leadloch Farm at Fauldhouse, Bathgate, North Lanarkshire.

The sprawling land includes a productive livestock unit, pasture and amenity woodland.

The property is located: 1 mile from Fauldhouse; 13 miles from Livingston; 26 miles from Glasgow; and 30 miles from Edinburgh.

For a commuter, Leadloch is only a short distance from all main arterial routes including the M9 and M8 motorways. Rail links are available from nearby Fauldhouse with services to Edinburgh and Glasgow.

The historic house and farm buildings require modernisation, with longer term development potential subject to necessary consents.

Private But Accessible

The property is private yet highly accessible, enjoying a rural landscape; however, it is just a mile away from the village of Faulhouse, with all amenities like local shops, a post office, a railway station and two primary schools.

The farm has forestry potential as it lies within the Central Scotland Green Network which offers grant support for the creation of new woodland.

House and land

Leadloch Farm is a productive livestock unit with a ruinous house and a dilapidated traditional steading. The house is an attractive stone construction under a pitched slate roof with a garden in the front.

The property is comprised of:
  • Well-proportioned spaces over two floors;
  • Three bedrooms;
  • Two public rooms; and
  • A large dining kitchen.

The land has been classified as Grade 4.2 and Grade 5.3 by The James Hutton Institute.

For further enquiries

Leadloch Farm is on sale as a whole for offers over £900,000.

Offers may be submitted to the joint selling agents at: National Farm Sales Centre, Suite C, Stirling Agricultural Centre, Stirling, FK9 4RN.

Alternatively, you can call: 01786-434600; or email: [email protected].

More information can be found online.