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Property For Sale in Winston Barracks, Lanark
Offers in the Region Of £200,000

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  • Development Opportunity

Rarely available development opportunity within this historic site of the old Winston Barracks on the edge of Lanark.

The Winston Barracks was constructed between 1939 and 1941 to accommodate the Depot of the Camerions (Scottish Rifles). The buildings were mainly in Neo-Georgian style with coursed red brick. In 1994 the Ministry of Defense relinquished control of the site and it was sold to a development company and in 2000 four of the buildings were listed; the Sergeant’s Mess and the Sandhurst Building were protected at Category B, while the Officers’ Mess and Guardhouse were protected at Category C.

In 2008 planning permission was granted for the demolition of all the barracks buildings with the exeption of the four listed buildings and construction of 348 houses on the site. Since then the Sandhurst building has been redeveloped into 20 townhouse and 16 two bedroom apartments.

The Sergeant’s Mess has been converted into a stunning family home leaving only the Guardhouse and Officers Mess to be redeveloped.

The current owners of the Officers Mess applied for planning permission in 2009 for the building to be converted into a Health Club and Spa, this was subsequently passed but has since lapsed.

The building is now being sold as a development opportunity for any prospective buyer to redevelop as they see fit subject to the appropriate planning and building consents.


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Name Location Type Distance
Winston Barracks
Lanark ML11 9ZS
County: South Lanarkshire
Sale Type: For Sale
Ref #: LANA1458
Andrew Duncan