The Herald Magazine - - etc SCOTLAND’S HOMES -

STRIK­ING the ideal bal­ance be­tween ur­ban and ru­ral life­styles is not al­ways easy… but Rye­lands Farm in South La­nark­shire could be a con­tender. Si­t­u­ated close to the vil­lage of Drum­clog and only four miles from the mar­ket town of Strathaven, Rye­lands is a tra­di­tional two-storey farm­house with a south­fac­ing gar­den and small field to the front – in to­tal around 1.23 acres.

Sur­rounded by tran­quil and un­spoilt coun­try­side yet within easy reach of schools and ameni­ties, the lo­ca­tion, just 13 miles from East Kil­bride and 30 miles to Glas­gow via the M74, will also ap­peal to com­muters.

Although Rye­lands ad­joins an­other house de­vel­oped from the orig­i­nal farm out­build­ings, the way in which the two prop­er­ties were di­vided en­sures com­plete pri­vacy for both and gives Rye­lands the added bonus of a sub­stan­tial garage and sep­a­rate work­shop/store, which could be uti­lized for sta­bles if re­quired. There is also a grav­elled court­yard with am­ple park­ing space lead­ing to the en­trance porch.

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