Offers Over £175,000
Leethland Estate Leitchland Road, Elderslie, Johnstone, Renfrewshire, PA5 9UN
- CLOSING DATE 10TH NOVEMBER
- Former Historic Estate
- Established Natural Capital
- Easily accessed
- Services nearby
- Development opportunity subject to obtaining the necessary consents
- 3.4 Ha (8.4 Acres)
CLOSING DATE 12 NOON 10TH NOVEMBER
Elderslie (field of Elder Trees) is the birth place of Sir William Wallace. The area is one of East Renfrewshire’s most sought after residential suburbs and is extremely popular with young growing families and enjoys access to some fantastic schooling. There is a range of independent retailers including cafés and a steak restaurant. The district provides excellent access via road and rail to the City Centre and beyond. The area offers a wide array of sports and leisure activities including local parks, health clubs, gyms and golf courses which are all close by. This is an established community with a number of societies and clubs with good walking routes in the area and Johnstone has a railway station allowing direct travel to Glasgow City centre and the Ayrshire coast. The nearby Phoenix Retail Park has a cinema, supermarket, a number of drive-through restaurants, further stores and leisure facilities. The A737 by-pass allows travel to North Ayrshire and the M8 motorway leading to Glasgow International Airport and Glasgow city centre.
DEVELOPMENT SITE & PLANNING STATEMENT*
Leethland Estate comprises of the ruins of a former estate house, in sections to first floor level, the ruins of a gate lodge and the ruins of gardeners cottage. There are now established mature wooded grounds on this site extending to approximately 8.43 acres 3.41 Ha.
The property is surrounded by open countryside and working farms, accessed from Leitchland Road.
Leethland was previously listed as Category C(S) (downgraded from Category B following damage from a fire, but this listing was removed on the 29th of October 2019 by Historic Environment Scotland.
The site is otherwise situated in the Green Belt, but is not the subject of any biodiversity or landscape designations. It does, however, contain many mature trees, which may limit the scope of development on the site.
The site is fringed on two sides by the Patrick Water and, although water level is well below the site itself, it is noted as susceptible to flooding by SEPA.
The site is also within an area where mining risk has been noted in the past.
Because the site is in the Green Belt, this limits the development prospects for the site. However, as a previously developed site, it does have development potential, and the extent of this can be discussed with Renfrewshire Council, or by contacting Paul Houghton, Director of Planning firstname.lastname@example.org