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Pardovan House, Linlithgow, West Lothian, EH49 7RU

5 bedroom detached house for sale

Property Details

Pardovan House, Linlithgow is a fine example of an elegant traditional detached villa, Circa 1850 and is set amidst approximately 1.35 acres incorporating a formal garden, paddock, kitchen garden and orchard. Planning permission has also been granted for a stable conversion. More details can be issued on request.

This exceptional Victorian home offers superb family living with flexible accommodation throughout, however does require a degree of upgrading and lends itself to be that forever dream home. The grounds are accessed though cast iron gates along a sweeping driveway which leads you to the front entrance of the property. Adjacent to the property is a large paddock area, which also incorporates a kitchen garden and an orchard with many fruit trees. The traditional stone built character and original features in this home really does give you all the benefits of country living within close proximity to both Edinburgh and Glasgow.

Finding Pardovan House - Leaving from Edinburgh, heading along the A90 towards the Forth Road Bridge, followed by the A94. Continue along the A94 for approximately five miles, until you pass the entrance to the House of Binns, where you take a left turn at the signpost for Philpingstoun. Continue down this road for some time, approx half a mile and Pardovan House is situated on the left hand side. You can also access the property via M9 to Stirling by exciting at Junction 3, turning right over the motorway and right again onto the A904 signposted for South Queensferyy. Continue along the A94 for approximately one mile, whereby you take a right turn for Philpinstoun and continue down this road for a half a mile until you reach Pardovan House on the left hand side.



Description     Pardovan House, Linlithgow is a fine example of an elegant traditional detached villa, Circa 1850 and is set amidst approximately 1.35 acres incorporating a formal garden, paddock, kitchen garden and orchard. Planning permission has also been granted for a stable conversion. More details can be issued on request.

This exceptional Victorian home offers superb family living with flexible accommodation throughout, however does require a degree of upgrading and lends itself to be that forever dream home. The grounds are accessed though cast iron gates along a sweeping driveway which leads you to the front entrance of the property. Adjacent to the property is a large paddock area, which also incorporates a kitchen garden and an orchard with many fruit trees. The traditional stone built character and original features in this home really does give you all the benefits of country living within close proximity to both Edinburgh and Glasgow.

Finding Pardovan House - Leaving from Edinburgh, heading along the A90 towards the Forth Road Bridge, followed by the A94. Continue along the A94 for approximately five miles, until you pass the entrance to the House of Binns, where you take a left turn at the signpost for Philipstoun. Continue down this road for some time, approx half a mile and Pardovan House is situated on the left hand side. You can also access the property via M9 to Stirling by exciting at Junction 3, turning right over the motorway and right again onto the A904 signposted for South Queensferry. Continue along the A94 for approximately one mile, whereby you take a right turn for Philipstoun and continue down this road for a half a mile until you reach Pardovan House on the left hand side.

Location     The historic Royal Burgh of Linlithgow, a bustling market town renowned for its excellent local services. These include a broad range of private local retailers, traditional arts and craft shops, a Sainsburys and Tesco supermarket. The town is home to a number of highly regarded restaurants.    There are also a wide selection of recreational facilities available which includes the Xcite Sports Centre which has swimming pool and leisure activities, golf courses, Beecraigs Country Park and many pleasant walks in the surrounding countryside. In addition to this Linlithgow has excellent local schools within the catchment at both primary and secondary levels. It is well positioned for excellent transport connections to all the major towns of central Scotland and the M9 gives quick access to Edinburgh and the M80 to Glasgow, respectively. The railway station provides regular services to Glasgow and Edinburgh.



The historic Royal Burgh of Linlithgow, a bustling market town renowned for its excellent local services. These include a broad range of private local retailers, traditional arts and craft shops, a Sainsburys and Tesco supermarket. The town is home to a number of highly regarded restaurants.    There are also a wide selection of recreational facilities available which includes the Xcite Sports Centre which has swimming pool and leisure activities, golf courses, Beecraigs Country Park and many pleasant walks in the surrounding countryside. In addition to this Linlithgow has excellent local schools within the catchment at both primary and secondary levels. It is well positioned for excellent transport connections to all the major towns of central Scotland and the M9 gives quick access to Edinburgh and the M80 to Glasgow, respectively. The railway station provides regular services to Glasgow and Edinburgh.

IMPORTANT NOTE TO PURCHASERS:
We endeavour to make our sales particulars accurate and reliable, however, they do not constitute or form part of an offer or any contract and none is to be relied upon as statements of representation or fact. Any services, systems and appliances listed in this specification have not been tested by us and no guarantee as to their operating ability or efficiency is given. All measurements have been taken as a guide to prospective buyers only, and are not precise. Please be advised that some of the particulars may be awaiting vendor approval. If you require clarification or further information on any points, please contact us, especially if you are traveling some distance to view. Fixtures and fittings other than those mentioned are to be agreed with the seller.

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  • Property added on 26 January 2022
  • Property sold (STCM) on 10 March 2022
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