Greystonelea Loch Lomond Bell Ingram
Sunday, July 17th, 2016
on behalf of Bell Ingram
The estate – which has a four bedroom farmhouse, thought to date back to the Victorian period, at its centre – is set in about 110 acres of land, just to the south of Gartocharn and a short distance from the southeast shore of Loch Lomond.
Greystonelea House comes with letting accommodation in a self-contained annexe and is set within about eight acres, which includes a small grazing paddock and kennels. The Estate further consists of an eco-friendly holiday lodge, which was built in 2005, along with stables and bothy, pole barn and sheltered lochan.
To add to the whole attractive package, the current owners have installed a five trap clay pigeon range and a 25m all-weather air rifle range. The 100 acres of mainly native birch woodland that encompasses the estate is a natural haven for wildlife and provides challenging woodcock shooting and roe stalking.
The owners have run a sporting and corporate events package within the woodland for a number of years. All sporting rights are included in the sale.
A whole host of other recreational activities can also be found in the local area, such as fishing, shooting and golf at the Loch Lomond Championship course.
Though set in highly private grounds, Greystonelea is also well-connected, with easy access to local amenities and Glasgow City Centre just a 35 minute drive away. The desirable property is currently on the market with Perthshire-based Chartered Surveyors, Land and Estate Agents Bell Ingram for offers over £1.2m.
Carl Warden, of Bell Ingram in Perthshire, said: “This property offers excellent potential as a superb family farmhouse, sporting estate and business opportunity.
“Typically, sporting estates would be found in central and highland Scotland, yet Greystonelea is just a short drive from Glasgow.
“The locality is also matched by the impressive range of property on the estate, as well as its high levels of seclusion.”
Greystonelea House is a two storey, stone built property under a pitched slate roof and comprises a cloakroom/shower and WC, a family room, conservatory, sitting room and dining kitchen with traditional Aga. Upstairs, there are three bedrooms (one en-suite) and a family bathroom. It offers views to Ben Lomond to the north.
The self-contained annex consists of a living room, kitchen, bedroom, bathroom and study.
Currently used as a holiday cottage, the Lodge was built using traditional Scottish building materials, and benefits from a high level of insulation as it enjoys solar heated water to supplement oil fired central heating and a large wood burning stove. It is highly efficient and economical and comprises of a living/dining room, kitchen, utility room, bedroom and wet room with toilet. Upstairs, there are two double bedrooms with a family bathroom.
Viewings are strictly by appointment only and can be arranged through Bell Ingram’s Perth office on 01738 621 121.
Established 117 years ago, Bell Ingram has 130 professional staff across 11 UK offices including: farm, estate and forestry managers; estate agency, chartered surveyors, architects, planners, and building surveyors; and tourism, GIS mapping, and renewable energy specialists.
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