Stunning 250-year-old listed farmhouse up for sale just outside Glasgow

This one’s just a tiny bit outside our budget. Still, it’s nice to dream…

A stunning C-listed historic farmhouse is up for sale just outside Glasgow – and it’s the definition of rural luxury.

Cawdermill House, located in Cadder, Bishopbriggs and just 20 minutes from Glasgow, is thought to date back to around 1775 and has has an incredible 900 square feet of living space.

Described by real estate agent Savills as a “building of historical interest associated with the Forth and Clyde canal”, the building was initially used as an inn with stables.

Having been fully renovated, the property now boasts electric gates leading to the courtyard with parking for several cars.

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Inside, the property includes a grand entrance hallway with sky lights and doors leading to the garden and two piece WC off the main hallway.

It also boasts a stunning bespoke kitchen/dining room, drawing room with feature fireplace and wall of glazed doors looking over the garden.

To the left of the entrance hallway is a bedroom and shower room, to the right is the sitting room with sliding doors, and third bedroom or study. The impressive master bedroom suite features an en suite bathroom, dressing room and stairs to a mezzanine level with gym. There is a further first floor bedroom with shower room.

There is also a double garage with stairway to the side giving access to a flat above the garage.

However, that’s not the end of this incredible property, with the outside at least as spectacular as the house itself.

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The garden can be accessed from all main ground floor apartments to the gardens, with decked terraced patios, grassed area and a pathway leading to vegetable and fruit gardens.

It’ll surprise no one that a property like this doesn’t come cheaply, and this one isn’t far off the million-pound mark, being on the market for offers over £895,000.

We guess we’ll go back to just daydreaming about living in our own adaptation of The Secret Garden then…

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