BAIRD LUMSDEN BRINGS RURAL REDEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITY
A fantastic redevelopment opportunity to create a rural enterprise or private home in the heart of the countryside is available for offers over £340,000 from Baird Lumsden.
Baird is the rural property arm of DM Hall, one of Scotland’s largest independent firms of chartered surveyors, with the proposed sale of a former outdoor centre and traditional stone cottage located in 1.2 acres at Baleful, Strathyre, Stirlingshire.
A truly unique offering to the marketplace, the modern outdoor centre and stone cottage share services, communal gardens and access off a delightful woodland road, set in a secluded and picturesque location with a village primary and the amenities of Strathyre close by.
Of particular note is the private and peaceful setting of this property with wonderful views across the surrounding countryside and woodlands.
Subject to obtaining the necessary consents, the properties offer an exciting domestic (subject to change of use) or commercial opportunity for redevelopment in an idyllic location and a wealth of outdoor activities available from the doorstep. The properties are situated 10 miles from Callander, 25 miles from Stirling and 23 miles from Perth.
Strathyre is a charming residential village within the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park and offers amenities including a wonderful new village primary school of excellent repute, a shop / Post Office for daily needs, a hotel with bar and restaurant facilities and a local bus service. The secondary school catchment for the village is McLaren High School in nearby Callander and there is a bus service for pupils.
The picturesque surrounding countryside is ideal for outdoor pursuits with attractive walks, hill climbing, mountain biking, fishing, wildlife watching and canoeing on the adjacent River Balvaig and Loch Lubnaig. The Sustrans National Cycle Route 7 is immediately to hand connecting Callander, Balquhidder, Killin and beyond. Nearby Lochearnhead offers an excellent range of water sports. The Rob Roy Way is behind Mandalay and provides immediate access to a stunning walker’s route through the National Park.
There are railway stations at Stirling, Dunblane and Bridge of Allan which are approximately 30 minutes’ drive from this property. The stations have regular services to Edinburgh, Glasgow, Perth, Dundee and Aberdeen. The motorway network provides excellent links to Edinburgh and Glasgow international airports.
Jennifer Campbell of Baird Lumsden who is overseeing the marketing of the properties, said: “This is a rare opportunity to acquire unique properties in a stunning rural location.”