Savills | Land near Blackness Road, Linlithgow, For Sale in 3 lots | Properties for sale
11.20 to 23.90 Ac(4.53 to 9.67 Ha)
Price on application

Land near Blackness Road, LinlithgowFor Sale in 3 lots

  • Under offer

Key features

  • Two Strategic Development Sites, 1 Arable Land Parcel
  • Located in Linlithgow, West Lothian – Approx. 25km West of Edinburgh

CLOSING DATE SET: MIDDAY ON 28 FEBRUARY 2020

About this property

  • SITE A: LAND NORTH OF BLACKNESS ROAD The greenfield land is located to the north-east of Linlithgow and is currently in agricultural use. The broadly triangular site extends to around 24 acres close to popular suburban areas. The site is well positioned close to the main arterial route into Linlithgow (A803) and Junction 3 of the M9 which allows direct access to the Edinburgh Bypass. The site has an agricultural right of access to Blackness Road through land to the south – full details are available from the selling agents. SITE B: LAND NORTH OF THE M9 The land extends to about 16.0 acres in total and is currently utilised for grazing. It is classified as Grade 3(1) by the James Hutton Institute and is capable of growing a wide range of arable crops. The land is gently sloping and ranges from 70m to 80m above sea level. The field is accessed directly from the public road on the western boundary. SITE C: LAND OFF SPRINGFIELD ROAD The greenfield land is located around 1km north-east of Linlithgow town centre and only 750 metres from Linlithgow Railway Station. The site is in agricultural use and extends to around 11.2 acres. The site is conveniently located close to many of Linlithgow’s amenities and its main arterial route Blackness Road (A803).

Local information

  • The town is conveniently located approx. 25km west of Edinburgh and 43km east of Glasgow. The M9 is accessible to the north east of Linlithgow at Junction 3 and allows direct motorway access to Edinburgh, with Glasgow accessed from Junction 4 to the west. Linlithgow railway station is located to the east of the town centre and is served by trains on the Edinburgh-Glasgow main line providing direct links to Edinburgh Waverley (approx. 22 min) and Glasgow Queen Street (approx. 30 mins). Edinburgh Airport is around 15km east of the town.
  • Within Linlithgow town centre there is a good range of shops with supermarkets (Sainsbury’s, Aldi and Tesco) and Stockbridge Retail Park (B&M, Argos) also available. The town has a leisure centre and numerous cafes, pubs and restaurants. Linlithgow’s skyline is dominated by the historic Linlithgow Palace, which was the birthplace of both James V and Mary, Queen of Scots and is frequently referred to as Scotland’s finest surviving late medieval building.