Savills | Leckie Estate, Gargunnock, Stirling, FK8 3BN | Property for sale
1,552 Ac(628.07 Ha)
Offers over £5,000,000

Leckie EstateGargunnock, Stirling, FK8 3BN

  • Sold
  • Freehold

Key features

  • Sold in February 2021
  • Four further residential properties
  • Farm buildings
  • Development opportunities including permission for 4 chalets, business yard, house and office
  • 235 acres arable and pasture
  • 1012 acres grazing ground
  • 294 acres of existing woodland with two lochs
  • Consented woodland creation scheme
  • Exciting sport including pheasant and partridge shoot, roe stalking and walked up grouse shooting


About this property

  • Leckie is an exceptionally well located estate with a number of development, diversification and forestry creation options. The estate occupies an enviable position in the heart of Scotland and is commutable to both Edinburgh and Glasgow. Leckie Estate extends in total to 1,552 acres and has a unique development prospect at its core. Leckie House benefits from planning permission for extension and redevelopment and is surrounded by attractive policy fields, a productive mixed farm, moor, stands of amenity and commercial woodland and a first class forestry creation opportunity.

    There are four other dwellinghouses on the estate including the refurbished Sawmill Cottage and Knock-o-Ronald Farmhouse and adjoining traditional buildings which offer scope for further development.

    A number of planning permissions are in place including the creation of four chalets, office, yard and estate worker's house which gives a purchaser the option of further diversifying the estate.

    The estate is offered for sale as a whole or in up to 5 lots:

    Lot 1 Leckie House 24.47 acres
    Lot 2 Land at North Leckie 63.63 acres
    Lot 3 Knock-o-Ronald Farm 43.29 acres
    Lot 4 Sawmill Cottage 2.50 acres
    Lot 5 Land and Forestry 1418.12 acres

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Local information

  • Leckie is situated in the heart of Scotland. The estate enjoys a splendidly sheltered and private setting, with the Gargunnock Hills to the south and wonderful views northward to Ben Ledi and Ben Vorlich.
  • The pivot of the motorway network is only 7 miles to the east near Stirling, with the M80 giving quick access to Glasgow and the M9 leading directly to Edinburgh. Glasgow Airport is 36 miles via the Erskine Bridge and Edinburgh Airport is 39 miles via the M9. Both airports offer regular services to London and other UK cities, as well as an increasing number of international destinations.
  • Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park is within easy reach to the west. Gleneagles Hotel and its associated Country Club (22 miles) provides an extensive range of sports and leisure facilities including three golf courses – the King's, the Queen's and the PGA Centenary Course (designed by Jack Nicklaus). The golf courses of Aberfoyle, Callander, Sherrifmuir and Stirling are also nearby. In addition to the sport on Leckie, grouse and pheasant shooting can be taken in the area with salmon fishing on the River Teith.
  • Gargunnock lies one mile to the east and is an attractive village which has a primary school, pub/restaurant and a local shop. Stirling (7 miles) is the major city of central Scotland, with its historic castle and excellent shops and services, including a choice of supermarkets, a large shopping centre, a cinema and swimming pool. There is a Park & Ride terminus on the outskirts of Stirling linking to regular bus and train services to Edinburgh and Glasgow in addition to a direct service to London King's Cross (including sleeper service).
  • Independent schools in the area include Fairview at Bridge of Allan and Ardvreck in Crieff. Glenalmond, Strathallan and Kilgraston are also within easy reach. Bridge of Allan is also home to Stirling University which has a sports centre and the MacRobert Art Centre with a theatre and cinema.

Additional information

  • EPC Rating = F