Belsyde House & Farm is a stunning country property comprising an 8 bedroom B-Listed house, constructed in 1788, with an additional 1 bedroom annex known as the West Wing, traditional stone outbuildings and modern steading, permanent pasture extending to approximately 17.79 acres (7.20 ha).
Situated on the south west edge of Linlithgow, Belsyde is suited to both equestrian and lifestyle buyers with commuting links to Edinburgh and Glasgow.
Situated in the heart of the property, Belsyde House is a large B-listed 3 storey property dating back to 1788. The property is of stone construction with a rendered finish under a slate roof with a self-contained 1 bedroom annexe, known as the West Wing.
The house benefits from views overlooking the Ochil Hills, Stirling and the Wallace Monument. All rooms have a fireplace, although some have been blocked off, they could be reinstated if required. Belsyde House & steading sit in an area extending to 5.12 acres.
Belsyde benefits from an extensive private and sheltered garden, which surrounds the property on all sides. This is currently laid to lawn with a stone slabbed area. The garden has well established borders with mature shrubs and trees.
The steading at Belsyde comprises both a traditional U shaped steading and two modern agricultural buildings.
To the north of the dwelling lies a grass paddock extending to approximately 3.17 acres with a woodland area extending to 3.31 acres. The remainder of the land is located to the south of the dwelling and extends to 6.19 acres of grass land.