An equestrian dream property for sale in rural Stirlingshire with farmhouse, 14 stables, outbuildings and a two-bedroom annex
Buyers searching for a substantial rural property in a fantastic location with exceptional equestrian facilities should look no further than Plean in Stirlingshire.
On the market at offers over £650,000 through Bell Ingram, Glenside Farm is located close to Plean, an attractive village in the Stirling local authority area, and has great transport links to Glasgow and Edinburgh.
At the heart of the 27-acre property stands a well presented, traditional stone farmhouse offering six bedrooms (master en-suite), five bathrooms, large kitchen/dining area, conservatory, living room, and laundry room.
The independent annex is worth a special mention, offering separate two-bedroom accommodation with an integral link to the main house. The annex includes a sitting room with a door to the garden, a shower room, bathroom, fitted kitchen and plenty of storage space.
Commenting on the sale, Carl Warden from Bell Ingram, says: “Although Gateside Farm is a fantastic family home, for the buyer interested in horses the facilities are exceptional.
“With 14 stables, outbuildings, six fields, garden ground, woodland, courtyard and garden, it is perfectly placed for operating a livery business with there’s plenty of scope to diversify into other equestrian activities.”
Glenside Farm is within the catchment area of East Plean Primary School, Bannockburn High School and St Modan’s High School. Private schooling is available at Dollar Academy, Morrisons in Crieff and Glenalmond College in Perth.
Plean is well placed for enjoying rural Stirling with a wide range of country pursuits close by, with the more dramatic scenery of the Perthshire hills and Loch Lomond National Park a short drive away. Plean Country Park has over 200 acres of accessible woodland and parkland with a network of paths for walking, cycling or horse riding.