Ballochruin Farmhouse, Balfron Station, Glasgow, Stirlingshire

  • 3 receptions
  • 6 bathrooms
  • 5 bedrooms

    Offers Over £425,000

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Property Summary

A well finished refurbished farmhouse in pretty countryside close to the Endrick Water.


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Property Description

Description
Ballochruin Farmhouse is a generously proportioned refurbished farmhouse completed in dressed red sandstone and cream painted harling under a re-slated roof. The farmhouse is attached and arranged around a gravel courtyard with turning roundel.

The property provides excellent family and guest entertaining accommodation laid out over two light and bright and easily managed levels.

Ground Floor
Outer door to entrance vestibule, main reception hall, inner reception hall with original main front door, cloaks/wc drawing room with working open fire, twin leaf doors from hall to formal dining room, open plan breakfast room    to well equipped kitchen with breakfast bar/island, 4 oven Aga range cooker, twin leaf French doors to gardens, family sitting room, rear inner hallway leading to home office/study, freezer room and wine cellar, wc/cloakroom, utility room, boiler room, rear door to courtyard.

First Floor
Main staircase to first floor hallway, linen cupboard, bedroom 1 with en suite bathroom, bedroom 2 with en suite shower room. Secondary staircase from rear of family/sitting room leading to large flexible upper hallway to bedroom 3 with en suite bath/shower room, bedrooms 4 and 5 and bathroom.

Outbuildings
A garden shed is included with Ballochruin.
A general purpose outbuilding is included in the sale with Ballochruin farmhouse.

Gardens
A stone bell mouth entry leads to the gravel surfaced courtyard and roundel and leads to the main front door. The majority of the gardens are to the south facing side of the house and are laid to lawn with shrubs, bushes and bounded by mature mixed hedging. The gardens feature a mature beech canopy, specimen Kilmarnock willow, flowering cherry and acer trees. A flagstone alfresco dining area is bounded by dwarf wall.

Land
Additional land could be made available by separate negotiation.

Deed of Conditions
Prospective buyers will be required to sign up to a deed of conditions which will set out the detailed rights, duties, and obligations applicable to owners within the buildings and the common areas at Ballochruin.

Local Authorities
Stirling Council
Viewforth
14-20 Pitt Terrace
Stirring
FK8 2ET
Telephone: 01786 404040.

Services
Private water supply, private drainage, oil fired heating, double glazing.

Note: The services have not been checked by the selling agents.

Council Tax
Ballochruin is in Council tax band G and the amount payable for 2019/2020 is £2,511.03 excluding drainage.

EPC ratings
Ballochruin D67

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

Minerals
The mineral rights are included in the sale insofar as they are owned by the seller.

IACS
Ballochruin is a registered Farm and the land is IACS registered. The farm code is 823/0005, there are no basic scheme payment entitlements available over the land at Ballochruin.

Health & Safety
Viewers are reminded to take extreme care during any viewings/inspections, especially around the farm buildings.

Travel Directions
From Glasgow proceed in a Westerly direction on the M8 motorway. Take the exit for the Clyde Tunnel and follow signs A739. Continue on the A739 for about 4.4 miles through the Clyde Tunnel and through Anniesland onto the Switchback Road to Canniesburn Roundabout in Bearsden. At the roundabout take the first exit onto the A809. Continue on the A809 for 9.9 miles. Turn left onto the B834 following signs Killearn. Travel for 2.1 miles to Killearn then turn left onto the A875. Continue for 0.9 miles then turn left at the three-way junction followings signs Balfron Station. Continue along the minor road for 0.8 miles and once the Endrick Water is crossed, to find Ballochruin on the right hand side.