Howford Farm, Lanark, ML11 9TD

Key Information


Rural Development Opportunity to Convert a Farmhouse and Steading to a Courtyard Development with Full Planning Permission for 5 Dwellings with elevated position overlooking the River Clyde 

From Lanark take the A73 signposted Carlisle to Hyndford Bridge. Once over the bridge turn right signposted Ayr. Howford is on the left about one third of a mile on.

The subjects are situated on the south bank of the River Clyde adjacent to the A70 approximately three miles south of Lanark. All within the Parish of Carmichael, District of South Lanarkshire. The subjects occupy a pleasant elevated rural location with open views over the Clyde Valley and surrounding countryside.

Lanark provides a range of services including medical, banking, commercial and recreational. An extensive range of shops, supermarkets and retail outlets are located in Lanark and the nearby town of Hamilton. Primary education is provided at nearby Carmichael with secondary education provided in Lanark. The subjects are conveniently situated within two miles of Lanark and within seven miles of the M74, also within easy commuting distance of Glasgow and Edinburgh. The international airports of Edinburgh, Glasgow and Prestwick are less than an hours drive by car. Lanark is served by a good public transport link to Glasgow by both bus and train.

Planning Consent
Planning consent has been granted for the conversion of traditional stone farm steading to form five dwellings

Unit 1
Ground Floor – lounge, dining room, bathroom and dining kitchen.

First Floor
Three bedrooms (one with en-suite) and bathroom.

Unit 2
Ground Floor – lounge, three bedrooms (one with en-suite), bathroom and kitchen.

Unit 3
Ground Floor – lounge, three bedrooms (one with en-suite), bathroom and kitchen.

Unit 4
Ground Floor – lounge, kitchen and bathroom. First Floor – two bedrooms and bathroom

Unit 5
Ground Floor – lounge/dining area, bedroom, kitchen and bathroom.

First Floor
Two bedrooms and bathroom.