CLOSING DATE THURSDAY 8TH APRIL AT 12 NOON. A well finished country house with fine livery infrastructure and 32 acres grass leys in pretty, rolling Renfrewshire countryside.
East Netherhouses, is an excellent collection of property, buildings and land assets with an emphasis on Equine pursuits.
A former stone farmhouse sits at the centre of the package and it has been well modernised to provide comfortable modern day living accommodation. An enclosed yard has been created by a collection of former agricultural structures as well as an impressive heritage green oak framed stables pavilion.
The outbuildings have been developed to provide excellent home or income producing livery infrastructure and extend to a total of 15 loose boxes together with ancillary tack and feed stores, garaging and open fronted carports.
Outer rear door to rear reception hall with slate tile floor, cloakroom and separate wc, fine sitting room with vaulted ceiling, engineered oak flooring, contemporary multi fuel stove, open plan open tread staircase leading to mezzanine/gallery study or home office zone, further door leading to well finished floored and lined attic space with 2 Velux windows and access to further eaves space. Generously proportioned and well fitted integrated kitchen with range style LPG cooker, Belfast sink, centre island with polished marble worktops, open plan to formal dining room and breakfasting space with French doors to deck and gardens. Well equipped utility room with door to deck and gardens. Comfortable family room with warming multi fuel stove set in dressed York minster stone fireplace, home office/study with timber fireplace, firebrick slips and hearth. Inner hallway with 2 useful stores off leading to large bath and shower room with raised bath and slate tile floor, connecting door en suite to ground floor bedroom 1 with slate tile floor. Front reception hallway with staircase leading to;
Upper hallway with timber banister and Victorian spindles, deep general-purpose store, bedrooms 2 and 3 with dormer window formations and fitted mirrored wardrobes, shower room with slate tile floor.
Twin in and out driveways entered via remotely operated sliding steel gates set in stone, slate topped gate piers. Recently resurfaced black asphalt driveway and courtyard with good vehicle turning and hard standing areas, sheltered deck area at the front with gabion cages supporting raised lawns and sheltered deck terrace. From kitchen, access to further decking with bench seating suitable for alfresco dining and entertaining, raised planters, drying green bounded by post and rail fencing.
East Netherhouses Outbuildings
• Steel portal frame shed under fibre cement corrugated sheet roof with part block and part box profile steel clad walls, concrete flooring, full width northern and eastern doors, 8 loose boxes, tack and feed stores, equine handling area and easy access to fields.
• Green oak framed, cedar clad English heritage stables pavilion comprising 2 dog kennels with galvanised steel enclosures, 4 loose boxes, central grooming and equine handling area, wc, tea/coffee prep room, tack room, feed stores, 1 single garage, 1 double garage.
• Detached stone steading under corrugated sheet roof comprising 2 open fronted carports, 3 loose boxes with foaling facilities, general purpose equipment and machinery stores with 3 old stalls with steps to floored attic space offering further long-term stores.
• Arctic Cabins BBQ hut.
48m x 24m drained and floodlit, post and rail bounded silica sand and rubber manege.
East Netherhouses is a registered farm with a Farm Code. The land holding extends to 31.87 acres (12.89 Ha). The land is categorised as a mixture of class 3 & 4, it is in a good, ring-fenced block running from the north west between the minor road at East Netherhouses and the south east up to and adjoining the A737. The land has been divided up into a number of fields with free swinging gates and water troughs. There is easy access from the farm. The fields are generally in good heart and are suitable for cropping, livestock grazing and equine pursuits.
Renfrewshire Council, 0300 300 0300.
Private water supply, oil central heating, double glazing, drainage is by private septic tank. BT fibre hard wired to WIFI points throughout the house and garden.
Note: The services have not been checked by the selling agents.
East Netherhouses is in council tax band E and the amount payable for 2021/2022 is £1,728.32.
EPC rating F.
East Netherhouses is situated in pretty rolling west Renfrewshire countryside close by the lovely village of Lochwinnoch.
Lochwinnoch village is about 1.75 miles to the north where there is a good range of local shops and services which easily cater for every day needs and requirements. There are mini markets, a medical surgery, chemists and local firms of solicitors and other village professional services.
Lochwinnoch has local nursery schools as well as a primary school, secondary schooling is at the Johnstone High School Campus. Glasgow has numerous independent schools and St Columbas in Kilmacolm (8 miles) has an independent day school for girls and boys with a pick-up point in Beith (between 3 18 years www.st-columbas.org).
Lochwinnoch railway station is only about 1 mile from East Netherhouses and the A737 is close by and provides excellent commuter benefits to both Glasgow and the Ayrshire coastline.
Extensive shopping facilities are available at the Phoenix centre and at the Braehead retail village which has Sainsbury and M&S anchor stores.
Glasgow city (18 miles) has all the cultural, higher educational and leisure services normally associated with a major international centre. Glasgow Airport is conveniently situated 10 miles away.
Lochwinnoch has a challenging 18-hole parkland golf course and there are many other courses in the surrounding Ayrshire and Renfrewshire countryside.
The Black Cart River at Lochwinnoch offers good fishing where it is possible, by permit, to fish for brown trout, and course species. To the south, the Garnock River offers good fishing where it is possible, by permit, to fish for brown trout, sea trout and salmon. The river has runs of salmon at the back end and the district has a number of hill lochs and commercial fisheries which offer good sport.
Castle Semple loch is part of the Clyde and Muirshiel Country Park and offers inland sailing and coaching for beginners. The Firth of Clyde has excellent chandlery and marina services as well as some of the UKs most scenic and enjoyable coastal sailing.
For those with equestrian interests, surrounding back roads and bridle paths offer many miles of pleasant hacking country.
From Glasgow, travel in a westerly direction on the M8 motorway. At Glasgow Airport after the White Cart Viaduct leave the M8 at Junction 28A and take the A737 sign posted Irvine. Continue for 7.7 miles then turn right on the A760 signposted Lochwinnoch/Largs. After 0.1 miles turn left onto the minor single track road. Proceed in a southerly direction for 0.8 miles to find East Netherhouses on the left hand side.