An immaculate and outstanding private or income producing livery infrastructure and building plot complete with outline development consent.
Smiddy Stables has a combination of assets as follows:
• Smiddy Stables serviced house development site.
• Smiddy Stables livery infrastructure
• Equestrian facilities
In total Smiddy Stables development site and equestrian set up extends to about 9.67 (3.914ha).
Outline consent was granted in October 2019 for the development of a single residential dwelling on the site, now providing an excellent opportunity to acquire an immaculate turnkey livery yard infrastructure with the further opportunity to build a house on site and run a private livery yard or business from home.
The residential development site is fully serviced and the planning reference is P/19/0733. The building plot extends to 0.2 acres.
The livery buildings are a purpose built modern complex completed in 2017, having been recently fully pressure washed, they are presented in immaculate order.
The arena, lunge and turn out pens are bounded by new fencing and are well drained, flood lit and raked.
The land is all to grass leys, can be accessed easily via hard core tracks. In all, the land is bounded by modern fencing and all 7 separate compartments have water troughs and modern free-swinging galvanised gates. The land will be harrowed, and spring seeded.
Smiddy Stables Building Plot
A well-defined and fully serviced building plot with outline consent for a single residential dwelling and with southerly views over adjacent rolling countryside. About 0.2 acres
Modern 6 bay, steel portal frame structure of part block and part box profile steel clad walls, perspex rooflights, drained concrete floor, equine solarium bay, equine wash bay, 6 x E M Hunt rubber floored stables with robust timber walls, galvanised steel and stable windows. 6 dedicated stores (potential for 6 further stables), separate machinery and equipment store, concrete floor, up and over roller door, tack/tea/coffee room, metered electrics, twin stainless-steel sinks, disabled wc, light power and water. Concrete tethering and horse handling/grooming apron.
40m x 20m all-weather manege, Turffloat fibre and equislicasand surface, post and rail fencing, floodlighting, post and rail bounded
circular lunge pen, steel frame turnout pen, horse box and vehicle hard standing.
7 water trough paddocks, all to permanent pasture, new fencing, new free-swinging galvanised gates, good system of hard-core access tracks, canter strip.
About 9.67 acres (3.914ha) in all.
Smiddy Stables is in a pleasant rural, yet accessible situation in Kilncadzow in Lanarkshire, mid way between the towns of Carluke and Lanark.
Kilncadzow is a pleasant little settlement on the A721 which is the trunk road that connects Carluke to the north (2.7 miles) and Peebles to the south east (26 miles).
Kilncadzow is a rural settlement and from the building plot and stables infrastructure there are outstanding open aspects due south across rolling Lanarkshire countryside. Glasgow city is about 22 miles to the north west and Edinburgh city is about 28 miles to the north east.
Carluke is the nearest town where there are schools, shops and local services that cater for every day needs and requirements. Lanark is the main market town of the district and is about 5 miles to the south.
Hamilton (12 miles) provides more extensive shopping, as well as professional and educational services. Independent schooling is available in Hamilton at Hamilton College. Glasgow City Centre remains within comfortable commuting distance both by rail and road and offers all shopping, cultural and leisure facilities associated with a major international centre. Edinburgh is 40 miles away and both cities are easily accessed by the M74 and M8 motorway networks. Both Glasgow Airport and Edinburgh Airports are about 30 miles respectively and both provide regular national and international flights.
From Glasgow city centre proceed in an Easterly direction on the M8 motorway. Continue for 11.9 miles bearing left onto the A8. Continue on the A8 for 2.3 miles. At the 3rd roundabout, turn right onto the A73. Remain on the A73 for 7.8 miles to arrive in Carluke. Turn left onto the A721 and continue for 3 miles to reach Kilncadzow. Once in Kilncadzow, turn right onto Craigenhill Road. Proceed down Craigenhill Road for 0.3 miles bearing left onto Forge Court, proceed through the gates to reach the entrance to Smiddy Stables.