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Laverock House is a substantial, detached property comprising a traditional stone built property with two modern wings to the east and west. The property is arranged over ground and first floor and is currently in operation as a Care Home (Class 8). It extends to approximately 4,915 sq ft (457 sq m).
Type: Residential, Healthcare, Mixed Use, Other Property Types & Opportunities
Wester Melville is a compact arable farm in a highly accessible location a short distance south of Edinburgh. The farm comprises an attractive period farmhouse in need of renovation, a traditional cottage, approximately 8,800ft2 of traditional stone buildings, useful modern farm sheds and 69.06 acres of productive farmland.
Given Wester Melville's proximity to Edinburgh and its location between the settlements of Lasswade and Loanhead the land may offer medium to long term potential for development. In the short term the traditional farm buildings may offer potential for conversion. Both opportunities would be subject to obtaining the appropriate permissions.
The farm is offered for sale as a whole or in up to three lots which can be summarised as follows:
Lot 1 Wester Melville Farm - 10.71 acres - Offers over £500,000 Lot 2 Wester Melville Cottage - 0.27 acres - Offers over £165,000 Lot 3 Land at Wester Melville - 62.07 acres - Offers over £400,000
Lot 1 Wester Melville Farm
FARMHOUSE Wester Melville Farmhouse is an attractive period farmhouse occupying an elevated south-east facing position affording fine views across to North Berwick Law and Bass Rock to the east and the Pentland Hills to the west. This attractive house is of stone construction under a pitched slate roof with timber sash and case windows. While the house retains much of its original character, the accommodation is in need of renovation but offers potential to create a fine family home.
The accommodation is as shown on the floor plan and in summary comprises two reception rooms, a kitchen, WC and ample storage to the rear. On the first floor there are four bedrooms and a bathroom off a galleried landing.
To the west of the house is an enclosed garden which adjoins the traditional steading and incorporates the patio area to the rear of the house. Beyond the garden is an 8.47 acre paddock which is suitable for both stock and horse grazing.
FARM BUILDINGS Wester Melville is equipped with an extensive range of attractive traditional farm buildings and useful modern sheds which are accessed off the main farm track. The approximate dimensions and construction are as follows:
Store (8.9m x 6.8m) Timber frame clad with corrugated iron sheeting.
Straw shed (26.1m x 6m) Steel portal frame clad with box profile sheeting.
General purpose shed / cattle court (23.4m x 15.4m) Steel portal frame with box profile roof and hardcore base.
General purpose shed (20.7m x 11.6m) Steel portal frame with corrugated roof and concrete floor.
Range of traditional stone built buildings arranged around a courtyard extending to approximately 500 sq.m. Some of the buildings have been adapted to provide stock housing.
Former cattle courts (17.4m x 15.5) - Predominantly brick and timber construction under a tile roof.
Lot 2 Wester Melville Cottage Wester Melville Cottage is an attractive single storey detached cottage of traditional stone construction under a slate roof. Internally the accommodation includes a sitting room with door opening onto the garden, a kitchen and two bedrooms. To the rear is a large garden with fine views eastwards over the surrounding countryside. It is currently occupied by under the terms of a Short Assured Tenancy.
Lot 3 Land At Wester Melville Lot 3 comprises a 60.59 acre arable field and a narrow strip of woodland and rough grassland extending to 1.48 acres which runs along the north eastern boundary. The land is categorised as Class 3(1) with a small area of Class 2 and lies between 110m and 130m above sea level. The soils across the field have an excellent working depth and are described as a medium loam derived from the Rowanhill / Cliffnock soil association characterised by Brown soils and Mineral gleys, and are capable of growing excellent yields of cereal crops. The present farming system is based on a rotation involving winter wheat and winter oil seed rape. Access is taken off the main farm track via a set of double gates.
The site comprises agricultural land extending to 37 acres and forms Phase 1 of a wider 112.6 acre masterplanned area. Planning approval was granted at appeal and the legal agreement will be completed shortly. The vendor has prepared a fully engineered and designed infrastructure package to include structural landscaping and parks. The runway, seen in the aerial picture, is now closed and the area will be developed for non airport related uses.
West Craigs - Phase 1
Type: Land, Residential, Commercial Land
West Craigs - Phase 1, West Edinburgh, EH12 0AXGBEdinburghMidlothianEH12 0AX17, Turnhouse Road
Savills are delighted to present this development opportunity to the market within the town of Rosyth. The site available benefits from prominent frontage onto Admiralty Road and extends to 2.07 Acres and benefits from detailed planning permission for a retail development of 23,046 sq ft.
An additional area of land to the rear of the site, identified as Plot 2 on the plan may also be available if required to form part of larger development subject to planning. A variety of uses would be considered in this respect including proposals for residential development.
Land at Admiralty Road, Rosyth, KY11 2BN
Type: Residential, Mixed Use, Other Property Types & Opportunities
Land at Admiralty Road, Rosyth, KY11 2BN, Rosyth, Dunfermline, KY11 2BW, KY11 2BNGBDunfermlineFifeKY11 2BN228, Admiralty Road
The site presents a unique, and rarely available, opportunity to develop a spacious family home with outdoor space in the heart of Edinburgh’s New Town.
The plot extends to approximately 0.04 acres (143 sq. m.) and is broadly rectangular in shape. It is accessed from Hill Street North Lane which runs off Hill Street. Historically the street was lined with mews properties associated with the townhouses of Hill Street, however, only one now remains, 37 Hill Street North Lane, which is adjacent to the subject site. The plot is currently used as 16 car parking spaces comprising 4 rows of 4 spaces.
To the north and south are townhouse properties in various uses including residential and office. Adjacent to the west is an existing mews property (37 Hill Street North Lane). To the east are further car parking spaces.
39 Hill Street North Lane
39 Hill Street North Lane, Edinburgh, EH2 3LQGBEdinburghMidlothianEH2 3LQ27, Hill Street North Lane
The property can be found within the town of Broxburn which is located approximately 12 miles to the west of Edinburgh on the A8 road and 5 miles from Edinburgh Airport.
There has been a good level of recent residential development within the West Lothian area. In 2007, West Lothian Council began a New Build Council Housing Programme. Two phases of building have already been completed. Phase 1, a total of 255 homes, and Phase 2, a total of 545 homes have been built, with the last site completing in March 2015.
The subjects are located on the southern side of Goschen Place between its junctions with Cardross Road and Wyndford Avenue within Broxburn town centre.
The subjects comprise a detached two storey building which we understand was constructed in the 1960s.The building is of brick construction with a rough cast finish surmounted by a flat roof with mansard hung slate sides.
Access to the main bar and restaurant room is provided through an entrance door on Goschen Place.
Internally, the subjects provide the following accommodation:
GROUND FLOOR —————————————————————-
The floor is overlaid in a wooden covering, whilst the walls and ceiling are plastered and painted. A timber bar area has been incorporated together with inbuilt seating booths and additional seating areas.
A large cellar/beer store is formed to the rear of the bar area together with two storage rooms and plant room.
Separate male, female and disabled w.c.’s are provided.
Incorporates double stainless steel deep basins and various stainless steel appliances, dumb waiter and extraction system. The floor and walls are overlaid in a ceramic tile covering, whilst the ceiling is plastered and painted.
FIRST FLOOR —————————————————————-
A large function room is provided together with food preparation area. The floor is overlaid in a wooden covering whilst the walls and ceiling are plastered and painted.
Separate male and female w.c.’s are provided.
FLOOR AREAS —————————————————————
From sizes provided by our client, we understand that the subject property, measured in accordance with the RICS Property Measurement Professional Statement (First Edition, May 2015) incorporating the International Property Measurement Standards and the RICS Code of Measuring Practice to extend to the following approximate gross internal area (GIA):
Ground Floor – Public House/Restaurant – 187.7m2/2,020sqft2
First Floor – Function Room – 187.7m2/2,020sqft2
THE DEVELOPMENT —————————————————————-
The subjects could be used as existing or the building could be reconfigured.
In addition to this the subjects benefit from planning permission to demolish the existing building and erect three townhouses.
Please contact us for full details.
The Rateable Value of the property is £13,800. Please contact local rating office for further information.
All queries in relation to redevelopment/ reconfiguration of the subjects should be addressed to West Lothian Council Planning Department.
Offers over £150,000 are invited for the Heritable (Scottish equivalent of Freehold) interest.
CLOSING DATE —————————————————————-
A closing date may be set and all interested parties should make a note of interest at the offices of the Joint Agents. We reserve the right to sell the property without setting a closing date and we are not obliged to accept the highest or indeed any offer for the sale of the property.
All prices, premiums and rents quoted are exclusive of VAT.
Upon construction of the new residential units, EPC’s will be required.
DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITY FOR SALE – BROXBURN
Type: Residential, Offices, Office
35a Goschen Place, EH52 5JEGBBroxburnWest LothianEH52 5JE35a, Goschen Place
The land for sale is located in northern Dunfermline and extends to an approximate area of 4.6 acres (1.86 ha). The greenfield site slopes downward to north with the majority of the land comprising open grassland.
Running adjacent to the southern boundary is an attractive tree-lined road under the ownership of the vendor providing access to the subject site and Chamberfield Farm from Chamberfield Road. The owner of Chamberfield Farm has rights of access along this road.
A separate vehicular access into the field to the north of the subject site will be retained by the vendor with specifications to be agreed – full details are available from the selling agent.
The vendor is currently undertaking consultations with Fife Council regarding the residential development of the site and associated access and service delivery. Please contact the selling agents for full details.
To the north of the site are arable agricultural fields under the ownership of the vendor. To the west of the site are residential properties with Chamberfield Farm to the south west. To the east of the site are arable agricultural fields and residential properties. To the south are residential properties and an area of open space
Land at Chamberfield Road
Type: Land, Commercial Land
Land at Chamberfield Road, Dunfermline, KY12 0DDGBDunfermlineFifeKY12 0DD24, Kingseat Road
The subjects comprise two properties which are internally connected at first floor level and utilised as one building. The accommodation is currently used as an office. Please note the ground floor shop unit, currently trading as Charlie’s Barbers, is outwith the vendors ownership and is not included within the sale. The approximate ground floor area of the shop unit is shown in blue on the OS plan on the previous page. The total site boundary extends to approximately 0.18 acres.
51 Lanark Road is an arts and crafts style property built in the early 1900s. It is Category C Listed with painted white render under a red tile roof. The building contains a hall at first floor with original features including exposed wooden beam roof and a beautiful fireplace featuring a bronze bust. This property has a decorative main entrance which, although not utilised by the current occupier, could be used as a separate off street entrance if the properties were to be internally separated.
53 Lanark Road (Slateford House) was built in the 18 Century. It is a Category B Listed, harled building under a pitched slate roof. To the rear the property is bowed. The property has an extensive collection of beautiful original features including cornicing, fireplaces and curved wooden doors, bringing historic character to the property. There are sash and case windows with some having wooden shutters. Number 53 is the main entrance for the current occupiers.
Slateford House is bounded to the north by the A70 (Lanark Road) with Slateford Bowling Club and the Union Canal beyond; to the east by 47-49 Lanark Road which is currently occupied by EHS Architectural Ltd; to the south by two residential properties and their substantial gardens with the Water of Leith beyond; and to the west by modern residential apartments.
The land for sale is located to the south-west of Prestonpans. The site forms the final development area within a recently built housing estate by David Wilson Homes who have delivered a mix of 2-bed apartments and 3 & 4-bed houses. The development opportunity has a well positioned location withinthe housing estate with apartments and retail an appropriate addition to the existing layout. The build-out of the gap site will complete construction within the immediate area. The housing development has proved a popular homebuyer location and has established a quality residential suburb.
The subject ground has been used as a site compound for the surrounding housing development and will be cleared by the seller prior to sale. The plot has planning approval for a single mixed use block to be constructed on the corner of Jim Bush Drive and Monks Meadow, to the east of the site for sale. To the north, west and east of the site are new build residential properties. To the south of the site is a grassed park area providing an attractive open outlook. Vehicular access is anticipated to be taken from the south of the site via Monks Meadow.
65 London Road extends to approximately 0.3 acres (0.1 ha) and is triangular in shape. Access is taken from London Road. The site was most recently used as a car wash with the buildings remaining on site, although it is no longer operational.
The site is bounded to north by London Road (A1) and Meadowbank Stadium beyond; to the east and south by Clockmill Lane and a commercial property beyond; to the west by two sites which have recently been acquired for redevelopment.
65 London Road, Edinburgh
Type: Residential, Land, Commercial Land
65 London Road, Edinburgh, CLOSING DATE: MIDDAY ON 13 DECEMBER 2018, EH7 6AAGBEdinburghMidlothianEH7 6AA53, London Road
The subject site is situated to the west of Broxburn town centre. It extends to approx. 3.9 acres (1.6 ha) and is irregular in shape, comprising undeveloped land formerly in agricultural use. The development opportunity is a well-positioned gap site near to the centre of the town and presents a logical position for further housing.
Water main and sewer infrastructure is located within the site with further information available from the selling agent. A telecoms mast has now been removed from the north east boundary.
Land at Holmes Road
Type: Land, Commercial Land
Land at Holmes Road, Broxburn, EH52 5JFGBWest Lothian, BroxburnWest LothianEH52 5JF23, Holmes Road
Andell Studios is comprised of a variety of open plan self-contained offices and is currently being run as a co-working and serviced office facility. Access to the property is directly off Belford Road via secure phone entry system at ground floor level and benefits from its own private door way. Internally the property is finished to a high standard.
There is considerable precedent in Edinburgh for the conversion of offices back to residential use (single or multiple dwellings). Subject to all required statutory consents we believe the property offers this opportunity in the medium to long term which can significantly enhance the end value. Equally the property is extremely well suited for owner occupation and offers a unique opportunity for such use.
At ground floor level is a four person meeting room with excellent natural light and unique views over the Dean Village and the Water of Leith. The lower ground floor comprises a large open plan office space with kitchen facility and accessible male and female toilets and shower facilities. The property offers the opportunity for development or to be used in its current form as office accommodation.
The subject site is situated on Gorton Road in the centre of Rosewell. It extends to approximately 4.4 acres (1.8 ha) and is roughly triangular in shape. The site is divided by a new road constructed by Avant Homes as part of their surrounding development. The site is flat and partially in temporary use as the Avant Homes site office.
Potential purchasers should note that Avant Homes and their successors have a right to use their site compound until they have built out their site.
Employment Land at Gorton Road
Type: Land, Office, General Industrial, Commercial Land, Offices, Industrial
Employment Land at Gorton Road, Rosewell, EH24 9AQGBRosewellMidlothianEH24 9AQ12, Gorton Road
The subject site is situated on Gorton Loan in the centre of Rosewell. It extends to approximately 0.7 acres (0.3 ha) and is irregular in shape. The site is flat and comprises redundant agricultural buildings.
The site is bounded to the north by residential units, to the east by agricultural land and buildings and to the south and west by residential development land (Avant Homes).
The Vendor has instructed the demolition of the general purpose agricultural building on the site and Purchasers should assume that this building will have been demolished at the point of acquisition.
Land at Rosewell Steading, Rosewell, EG24 9AQ
Type: Land, Residential, Commercial Land
Land at Rosewell Steading, Rosewell, EG24 9AQ, CLOSING DATE: MIDDAY ON 10 OCTOBER 2018, EH24 9AQGBRosewellMidlothianEH24 9AQ12, Gorton Road
The land is located on the south side of Main Street (A955) to the west of the village. The site for sale is broadly rectangular lying parallel to the A955 and is relatively flat.
To the west of the site is a mature woodland strip which defines the extent of the site and provides a definition to the site. To the south the site is defined by a mature hedgerow and a row of housing. To the east the site is defined by hedge row and mature trees with terraced housing beyond. It is anticipated vehicular access will be taken direct from the A955 to the immediate north of the site.
Land at East Wemyss
Type: Land, Residential, Commercial Land
Land at East Wemyss, East Wemyss, East Wemyss, Fife, KY1 4NJGBKirkcaldyFifeKY1 4NJ4, Hendrie Court
• Within 10 Minutes’ Walk Of Edinburgh Airport • Close To All Transport Hubs – Bus, Train & Tram • Direct Access To Scotland’s Main Motorway Network • Proposed 180 Bed Hotel • Proposed leisure Unit Extending To c. 5,000 sq ft • Available From Q3 2019
LOCATION The subjects are located in West Edinburgh and is accessed off the A8 Glasgow Road, via either Eastfield Road or Ingliston Road.
The site is situated on the north side of Fairview Mill, immediately between Ingliston Showground and Edinburgh International Airport, which are five minutes and ten minutes’ walk away respectively.
DESCRIPTION The site extends to c. 5 acres and is currently used as a grain mill. The mill will be relocating at the end of 2017 and it is envisaged that following a period
of demolition and site clearance works, the site will be available for development from Q3 2019. Our client has prepared an indicative master plan of the subjects as per the plan opposite.
Interested parties should note that the indicative master plan can be altered to suit an occupier’s specific requirements – please contact the sole disposal agents for further information.
FURTHER INFORMATION Further information is available by contacting the sole disposal agents. Contact: Nadir Khan-Juhoor Tel: 07720 849 033 Email: email@example.com
EDINBURGH AIRPORT DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITY – HOTEL / LEISURE USE
Type: Hotel, Leisure
Fairview Mill, EH28 8NBGBNewbridgeCity of EdinburghEH28 8NB