An exceptional rural property set in a secluded position surrounded by 14.1 acres
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Camilty Mill is a charming property set in magnificent private grounds extending to approximately 14.1 acres. At the heart of the grounds is the house which has evolved over the years and has accommodation extending to approximately 3,286 square feet arranged principally over the ground floor. The property is in need of extensive modernisation but provides an ideal opportunity to create an exceptional, private family home in a magnificent secluded setting.
The house is entered via a substantial glazed hall. This gives access to the dining room, kitchen and drawing room. The kitchen has a good range of wall and floor units and both the dining room and the drawing room are well proportioned and ideal for entertaining. Accessed from a central reception area is a family room and a spiral staircase leads to a large first floor office, with far reaching views out over the grounds. There are five bedrooms, two with en suite facilities, the others being served by a shower room.
This property has 14.1 acres of land.
Camilty Mill is set within wonderful grounds which extend to approximately 14.1 acres. The immediate garden is principally laid to grass, but at the back of the house there is a decked terrace and a pond which is surrounded by water loving plants. The property is well set up for equestrian use, with a stable block, a large paddock and a ménage, all within a short walk of the house. The eastern boundary of the property is defined by the Linhouse Water. Walks can be enjoyed along the river banks and situated next to a weir, overlooking a waterfall, is a summer house. Close to the river are the ruins of former gun powder works and the remnants of a water garden can also be found. The woods at Camilty Mill are a mix of mature broadleaf and evergreen trees which provide a haven for wildlife.
The property is situated approximately 6.5 miles to the south of Livingston and 19.5 miles to the west of Edinburgh city centre. It is ideally situated for the commuter with access to Glasgow via the M8 and Edinburgh via the A71. Access by rail is from Livingston South, the journey time taking approximately 30 minutes. Livingston has a wide range of shops and professional services, including the Almondvale Shopping Centre, the McArthur Glen retail village, sports and leisure facilities and a major hospital. There are several local golf courses, including the Championship course at Dalmahoy and the popular Deer Park Course at Livingston. There is hill walking and mountain biking in the Pentland Hills, trout fishing in lochs and reservoirs, including Beecraigs, Linlithgow and Harperrig, and field sports available at nearby Harburn Estate.
Exit the City Bypass at the A71 Calder Road Junction and take the A71 west, passing through Wilkieston. Continue on the A71, over the Oakbank roundabout and at the Lizzie Brices Roundabout, take the first left, continuing on the A71. Go straight on at the first roundabout, then take the first left at the Wilderness roundabout. After a short distance, turn right at the mini roundabout and head south out of the industrial estate crossing the railway and passing a private drive and gate lodge on the left. Go through a series of bends and take the first road on the left (look for the wooden sign to Harburn Barn on the left). Follow this road to the four-way junction at Harburn Village Hall and go straight over. The road turns 90 degrees left and then take the first track on the right. Pass the houses on the left and the drive to Camilty Mill is on the left.Read all
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