West Laverockhall is a former farmhouse constructed of harled stone walls under a pitched slate roof. Attached to the main house is a former bothy which may be suitable for incorporation into the main home. There are a variety of quality outbuildings which include garages, modern machinery stores, converted stabling facilities and workshops. The house is well presented with a lawn to the front and a mixture of mature shrubs and trees.
An entrance porch with tiled flooring, a glazed oak door and side window is perfectly adapted for rural living. Leading from the utility area a modern family bathroom with WC, under sink storage and shower can be found.
The large kitchen dining area has an electric oven, hob and other integrated appliances as well as fitted wall and floor cabinets with a large window overlooking the access to the property.
Leading from the kitchen, a spacious living room and adjacent sun room can be found. The living room has a feature stone wall and focal wood burning stove. The sunroom is both bright and airy with a panoramic view of the surrounding farmland extenuated by a large feature window.
From the living area of the property a hallway can be found leading to two double bedrooms and a third spacious master bedroom with views of the surrounding countryside.
Former Bothy (6.38m x 46m)
The former stone bothy is adjacent to the eastern elevation of the property. Flagstone flooring. Divided into two rooms. Two windows and a Belfast sink. Electricity and water supplies which were at one time linked to the main property.
Single Car Garage (5.66m x 4.15m)
Electric up and over roller door. Concrete floor. Concrete block walls. Insulated roofing. Internal door which connects to the garage door.
Internal garage store (5.53m x1.667m) which is divided into two rooms, one of which houses the electrical supply. The garage also houses the central heating fuel tank.
Double Garage/Workshop (9.76m x 6.31m)
Concrete floor. Timber trusses. Electric supply and tractor driven generator. Sliding double doors of corrugated iron construction. Constructed of rendered concrete panels. Corrugated iron roof.
Shed 1 (19.1m x 18.63m)
Former potato grading store. Mixed concrete block and brick walls with steel portal frame and roof trusses. Insulated corrugated iron roofing. Concrete floor. Sliding double doors of corrugated iron construction. Electricity and water supply with roof lighting and associated plug sockets.
Insulated wooden shed with electricity source.
Static caravan which can be included if required.
Shed 2 (22.75m x 14.86m)
With steel portal frame and block walls. Painted concrete floor
Partitioned temporary rooms. Carpet flooring, electrical supply and Dual RCD mains fuse board.
Shed 3 (14.97m x 5.86m)
Adjacent to Shed 2 with internal access. Electrical supply. Concrete flooring. Concrete block walls. Steel portal frame construction and insulated roofing.
Shed 4 (28.91m x 8.6m)
Attached to Shed 3 forming an L-Shape building, the shed includes both four and two post car lifts, tyre changing and balancing machines which can be removed if not required. Concrete block construction, concrete flooring, tile insulation and double sliding corrugated iron doors.
Shed 5 (17.6m x 13.21m)
A large sliding metal door allows access from shed 4. There is a large sliding metal door to shed 6 and another similar sized door leading to the rear
Shed 6 (32.3m x 11.6m)
Concrete flooring. Insulated roof. Door to the yard and sliding interconnecting door to shed 5. Electricity is available.
Shed 7 (7.4m x 32.9m)
Concrete floor with steel portal frame of concrete block all construction. Fuse box and lighting within the shed. Steel portal frame, concrete floor and concrete black wall construction. Currently housing a temporary stable (3.7m x 3.7m) and accompanying tack shed/feed store, water and electrical supplies, it is divided into two areas which is separated by a block concrete wall and metal hanging gate. The building is accessed by corrugated iron sliding doors.
Shed 8 (14.3m x 13.3m)
Concrete floor, corrugated steel walls with block concrete half way up for the most part. Mono pitched roofing with timber trusses and a lean-to incorporated which measures approximately 9.1m x 4.6m. Electricity available.
Included with the property is a grass paddock extending to approximately 2.07 acres (0.84ha) currently laid to grass. Perfect for equestrian or small holder purposes, the land is surrounded by well-kept fencing and gates with access from two entrances.
Fixtures and fittings
Fitted flooring, curtains, blinds and integrated kitchen appliances are included. Other items may be available separately.
Strictly by appointment with the selling agents. Please contact Bell Ingram LLP to arrange a viewing
Bell Ingram LLP
Manor Street, Forfar, Angus, DD8 1EX
Tel: 01307 462 516
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