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3 bedroom smallholding for sale

Hallbank, Tundergarth, Lockerbie, DG11 2PU

Guide Price £430,000
Property Sold



Hallbank is a delightful residential smallholding extending to around 15 acres (6.1 hectares) overall. There is a pleasant 3 bedroom house with some open views and a range of traditional and later buildings to include potential, subject to consents, for extension and having planning consent in place for conversion of a barn to a detached 3 bedroom dwelling with wind turbine. The land extends down to the Water of Milk and includes around 400 metres of half river and fishing rights. Hallbank is set back from the road in a private and attractive location in this quiet and rural area which is readily accessible to nearby Lockerbie and the railway station and motorway. EPC = E.


Tundergarth is situated close to the village of Bankshill in the Water of Milk valley to the east of the town of Lockerbie. This is a quiet rural area of attractive rolling countryside yet readily accessible to the A74M Motorway, main line trains and facilities in Lockerbie. There is a local primary school in Bankshill and a secondary school in Lockerbie.


ACCOMMODATION The accommodation briefly comprises;

A PVC double glazed Front door leads to a good sized entrance hall and to the following accommodation;

Dining Room

4.97m x 3.25m having a pleasant view over open countryside and an archway to;


5.46m x 5.03m having an attractive feature fireplace with inset electric fire and open view over the fields to the east towards Bankshill.


2.84m x 2.16m with a three piece bathroom suite comprising a panelled bath, pedestal wash hand basin, W.C. and shower cubicle. The room is fully tiled with a chrome ladder style radiator/towel rail.

Sitting Room

4.72m x 3.4m having a cast iron stove on a tiled base.


3.74m x 4.38 with a smart range of Howdens fitted wall and base kitchen units to include a stainless steel single drainer sink, ample room for a breakfast table and chairs and views over the surrounding countryside towards Bankshill.

Rear hall with back door.

Master Bedroom

4.67m x 3.76m with en-suite shower room 2.25m x 1.69m having a shower cubicle, W.C. and pedestal wash hand basin.

Inner Hall to bedroom


3.32m x 2.84m.


4.51m x 1.83m.


The main driveway leads to concrete yards surrounding the buildings and house with ample parking and turning areas. To the front of the house there is a low maintenance garden area with paving and extensive lawns plus a lawn area to the rear of the house.

Buildings With approximate internal measurements.

Adjoining the main concrete yard is a traditional “L” shaped range with a block built extension. This has planning consent for residential development, which will include splitting the traditional conversion part away from the double bay garage part of the building to create a detached house. The existing building arrangement is;

a) A two bay car port with concrete floor, electric light and sockets and part converted to a secure store which could be removed if desired. Overall measurements 9.81m x 5.36m.

b) A former smithy 6.79m x 4.04m overall being part of the residential development.

c) A former cottage being part of the residential development and in two areas 3.84m x 4.53m and 4.91m x 8.79m. The last use was as a machinery shed and storage/workshop.

Other buildings include;

d) A detached general purpose shed 4.5m x 10.1m of block wall construction with a concrete floor and box profile sheet roof.

e) Loose stock housing 11.8m x 5.1m with side feed barrier and electric light.

f) Loose stock housing 12.1m x 4.8m with electric light.

g) Loose stock housing/general purpose building 12m x 12.3m with timber frame, part block walls and electric light and sockets. To the front of these buildings a stack yard area with midden.

Adjoining the house;

h) Former byre 4.26m x 7.45m with original stalls for eight, water tap, electric light and providing excellent potential for extension and conversion. Off the byre is a boiler room 2.25m x 1.6m with shelving and boiler.

The Land Adjoining the steading a paddock extending to around 1.28 acres (0.51 hectares) and a larger field of around 12.8 acres (5.1 hectares) running down to the Water of Milk to include half river approximately 400 metres in length.

Schedule of Areas

Approximate Areas taken from Promap

Acres Hectares

Riverside field & Bank 12.799 5.18

Paddock 1.281 0.518

House, Steading, Garden & Access 0.985 0.399

Total 15.065 6.097


A Home Report is not required as this is a smallholding.


A summary of the Energy Performance Certificate is set out below and is available in full to download from the various websites we use or by email on request.

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Key Features

  • Delightful residential smallholding
  • 15 acres (6.1 hectares)
  • 3 bedroom house with some open views
  • Range of traditional and later buildings (possible planning consent)
  • 400 metres of half river and fishing rights
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