Property SummaryA pretty former gardeners cottage with a sunny walled garden, grazing fields, riverbank and amenity woodlands.
The assets at Gardeners Cottage will be highly appealing to many, including hobby farmers, those with equestrian interests and buyers seeking the peace and privacy that comes from having extended and protected land boundaries.
At its centre is a very pretty detached house of white painted render finish under a pitched tiled roof. The accommodation is laid out over two easily managed light and bright levels.
An outer canopy porch leads via twin leaf outer doors to a comfortable sitting room with open fireplace set in brick surround, family room with 11.5kw multi fuel stove set in open fireplace on exposed stone wall, good dining/breakfasting sized kitchen with space for table and chairs, fitted units and log fired Rayburn range cooker, door to side gardens and drive, twin leaf doors to walled garden, feature arched fenestration.
An internal corridor leads to a refitted bath and shower room, ground floor bedroom 1 or possible study/home office.
The staircase leads to the upper hallway which leads on to bedroom 2, a dual aspect room with Edinburgh press and fitted wardrobe, bedroom 3 with en suite shower room.
A range of flexible former potting sheds to the northern wall of the walled garden, 3 x flexible general purpose stores and workshops, polytunnel, 3 x greenhouses, 2 x garden sheds, summer house, poultry enclosure, woodstore.
Driveway to vehicle turning and hardstanding, historic, productive and sheltered walled garden to about 2 acres with vegetable beds, soft fruit areas, productive fruit trees and pretty formal gardens around the summer house.
(About 22 acres 8.99 ha)
Areas of semi ancient, native, amenity woodlands, livestock grazing fields.
Gardeners Cottage is a registered agricultural holding with a farm code 83/546/0151, the land is currently managed in hand and supports a small flock of sheep as well as some belted Galloway beef cattle and poultry. The South Calder Water forms part of the southern and western boundaries and over which there are fishing rights.
From Glasgow centre, proceed in an easterly direction on the M8 towards Carlisle / Edinburgh / Stirling, Road name changes to A8 / Glasgow and Edinburgh Road, At junction Newhouse Junction, take sliproad left to Newhouse Junction towards Airdrie / Lanark / Wishaw, At roundabout, take 3rd exit on to A73 / Bellside Road, At roundabout, take 2nd exit, At roundabout, take 1st exit on to Carlisle Road, Keep left on to Shawstonfoot Road, turn right on to Murdostoun Road, proceed for about 1 mile before turning right at the bell mouth entrance to the Murdostoun Estate, continue along the tree lined, traffic calmed access road for about 0.5 miles to find the (unmarked) track entrance for Gardeners cottage on the left hand side. Proceed along the track to find Gardeners Cottage at its conclusion.
North Lanarkshire Council
01698 403 200
Mains water supply, drainage is by private septic tank, 98% double glazing, wet electric heating system supported by open fire, multi fuel stove and log burner fired Rayburn range.
Note:- The services have not been checked by the selling agents.
Gardeners Cottage is in Band G and the amount payable for 2018/2019 is £2,215.
EER Band: E
Strictly by appointment with Robb Residential, telephone 0141 225 3880