New homes launched at a classic Larbert estate

An aerial view of the Larbert estate
An aerial view of the Larbert estate
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The next chapter in a prestigious development has been launched as a select number of new build homes are released at Larbert House and Country Estate.

Following the success of the first phase of converted properties, developer All Saints Living has unveiled 18 new build homes across the extension of the Georgian mansion and nearby replica stable block, located in the house’s magnificent grounds.

The new wing

The new wing

Eight three-bedroom Overtoun apartments are now available within the Mansion House extension and offer the very best in modern living whilst drawing on the uniquely historic surroundings of the 18th century B-listed Stirlingshire mansion.

Each apartment within the two storey stone property has secluded woodland or loch views and well-appointed, light rooms including a contemporary kitchen, lounge/dining area, large family bathroom, master bedroom and two en-suites.

The homes also come complete with private communal woodland gardens surrounding Larbert House, lift access, private parking and a host of luxurious fixtures and fittings, including contemporary sanitary ware with chrome fittings by Porcelanosa, all as standard.

Meanwhile the impressive new build mews style homes at The Stables also offer homebuyers the fusion of tradition and modernity. Ten three and four-bedroom homes have views across the Larbert countryside and sit alongside the original refurbished stable block at the estate - which dates back to 1822.

An artist's impression of the interior

An artist's impression of the interior

With the mews homes split across two or three levels, arranged around a landscaped communal courtyard, each home is designed to have a unique attraction and peaceful, family feel. Showcasing quaint lounges and kitchen/dining areas that don’t compromise on space, the final ten homes at The Stables include sweeping staircases, high quality fittings and finishes, en-suite bathrooms and private parking.

Sonali Craddock, Marketing Director at All Saints Living, says: “Both of the new build sections within this special development have been carefully constructed to emulate the Georgian charm and distinct craftsmanship so beautifully showcased in the original Mansion House and stable block.

“We’re delighted to be forging on with the next chapter of Larbert House and Country Estate and look forward to welcoming the next wave of buyers.”

All Saints Living is transforming Larbert House and its surrounding estate into an £18m luxury development, including B-listed Larbert House itself and the surrounding stables, walled gardens and newly created areas.

The courtyard

The courtyard

A marketing suite on site showcases the properties’ all-important details and high quality finishings, bringing Larbert House and its surrounding properties to life.

Overtoun apartments at the Mansion House are priced at £275,000 and The Stables starts from £250,000.

For further information and enquiries, contact Savills on 0141 222 5869 or visit www.larberthouseestate.co.uk. The Larbert House and Country Estate marketing suite is open Thursday to Monday.