Picturesque village

Charming Threepwood farmhouse is on the market with bids over £825,000 sought

The charming Threepwood Farm, with a four-bedroom house, extensive range of buildings and 41 acres of pasture, is situated in the Clyde Valley north of the picturesque village of Crossford, about five miles north-west of the market town of Lanark and five miles west of the town of Carluke.

Threepwood has been in the same family ownership for over 40 years with great care.

The house has been the family home and a small agricultural and equestrian business run on farmland.

There is a spacious driveway which provides access to both the house and the buildings and farmland beyond.

Threepwood is 49 acres with attractive views over the River Clyde.

The farmland spanning 41 acres (16.5 hectares) is currently completely grassed and classified primarily as Class 2 by the James Hutton Institute.

The land is divided into four paddocks with posts and wire fences and running water is accessible to all.

Directly in front of the house is a two car garage, general stores and a kennel with run.

Attached to this building are the stables, currently converted into six boxes with concrete floors, a general-purpose shed, then five other stables with direct access to the meadow.

There is a dutch barn housing the food store (in a lean-to), a tack room with toilet and a large storage shed.

Attached to the barn is a portal shed for general storage and a lean-to more recently used for wintering cattle.

The buildings are in good condition and rendered in a style similar to Threepwood House.

Adjacent to the house is an electronic horse walker for five horses and there is a generator in the sheds which is included in the sale. Threepwood House was built in the late 1970s of brick (partly plastered) and tile.

The layout of the accommodation is split level and well suited to modern living, comprising a large eat-in kitchen with double doors into the adjoining dining room, a lounge with open fire, a large living room with superb views over the surrounding countryside (especially the west-facing terrace) and a master suite with a shower room (including a separate shower and bath and a walk-in closet) on the ground floor. There are three bedrooms and a family bathroom with sauna on the first floor. The visit is strictly by appointment with Savills, tel. 01387 263 066. Visit to find out more.