£140,000 Guide price
The Orchard development at Mauldslie offers an unrivalled 14.5 acre site (or thereby) which has been granted planning consent for the erection of 9 bespoke homes.
The location is perhaps one of the most tranquil and serene within the Valley and is accessed via a quite stunning ornate Gatehouse which originally served as the entrance to the Robert Adam designed Mauldslie Castle estate.
This development opportunity would perhaps suit an individual company with expertise and experience in developing exclusive bespoke sites or indeed may suit a collective who wish to design and build their own exclusive residence within the heart of the historic Clyde Valley.
The site is quietly positioned within the historic Mauldslie Estate and offers easy commuting to all outlying districts including the market town of Lanark and Nearby Hamilton. The Clyde Valley is highly regarded for its picturesque scenery and walks whilst the surrounding towns and villages are renowned for the variety of garden centres. Winding its way from junction 7 of the M74 motorway near Hamilton to the historic town of Lanark. The Valley has several villages with shopping amenities, schools, parks, sports facilities and several pubs and restaurants. The surrounding towns of Lanark and Hamilton offer a wide range of shopping facilities including retail parks, regular public transport by bus or train to Glasgow, Edinburgh and the surrounding towns. For those commuting by car the road network links with the M74 motorway both north and southbound and to the M8 motorway linking Glasgow and Edinburgh. Glasgow airport is easily accessible with the recently opened extension to the M74.
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