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The Courtyard Steading Gogar Loan, Blairlogie, Stirling, Stirlingshire, FK9 5QE
  • Attractive design
  • Courtyard setting
  • Highly desirable and accessible location
  • Amenity land and parking within the shared courtyard
  • Services in close proximity
  • Rural surroundings

A unique opportunity to acquire a traditional stone steading under a slate roof, suitable for conversion into a dwelling house, subject to obtaining the necessary consents.

This traditional stone outbuilding is situated outwith the conservation zone of Blairlogie in a rural hamlet combining apartments, cottage and country house in a courtyard formation overlooking the surrounding fields and hills beyond. The property has been white washed to the rear in keeping with the surrounding properties and has a traditional slate roof. The roof trusses are of timber construction and there is a concrete floor.

The property is accessed via a central courtyard shared with two other properties. A proposal for the landscaping of this courtyard will provide some amenity space and sufficient parking for two cars (plan available from the Selling Agents).

Currently this outbuilding is used for general storage and a utility space for Cotkerse House. It comprises of three individual workshops with access doors directly onto the courtyard. To the rear of the building is a private garden owned by a third party. Service connections (water and electricity) are currently provided to the building from Cotkerse House. Feasibility reports and quotations for direct connections are available for all service connections from the Selling Agents. The smallest workshop adjoins another property and there is third party ownership to the first floor in that section, please refer to servitudes in the particulars.

It is expected that there will be interest from those seeking to convert this steading into a residential dwelling and a planning statement is provided below in this respect. It is worth noting that the property opposite, also sited within the courtyard, is also a traditional stone steading which has been converted into a house with its own garden ground.

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