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Plot 4, Craigengall Crofts already has full planning permission and architect drawings for an executive seven bedroom family home with a total floor area of 529sqm plus a basement area of 32 sqm, although this could be altered to suit any individual requirements. This available plot in the development is a total of 2.416 acres with a south facing rear garden which contains a picturesque stream running through it. Craigengall is an area of rural countryside on the north west corner of West Lothian. With stunning views of the Pentland Hills to the south and the Ochil Hills to the north, this feels like no ordinary location. Conventional thinking would not suggest that only eleven houses would be built on forty four acres of land however, Craigengall Crofts are anything but conventional. Each property sits in sizeable acreage including one with its own paddock and houses range in size from 370sqm to an impressive 565sqm. Each house also has planning permission for a detached two storey garage measuring 100sqm and a further detached two storey building measuring 150sqm which has very flexible usage and is itself larger than many detached houses. Internally these houses include design features not commonly associated with traditional country homes like galleries, hallways with sweeping curved staircases, vaulted ceilings, mezzanine levels overlooking reception rooms and covered patio areas with external fireplace. This development is truly unique not only in the house designs and location but the opportunity is also available for you to create a very bespoke home to your personal design and specification. Close to all major motorway networks with both M8 and M9 motorways only a five-minute drive, Craigengall really is close to everywhere while offering a feeling of rural living in the beautiful unspoilt countryside.
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