Easterinch Steadings, Bathgate
Conversion and Extension of Steadings Development to create 18 Dwellings

Scotland is richly endowed with traditional farmsteads, mostly dating from the 18th and 19th Centuries. The rapidly changing face of agriculture in the 20th Century rendered many farm steadings redundant, ready for conversion to new uses. Easterinch was originally designed in 1869 by James Waddell for Inch Estates in Bathgate, but had fallen into dereliction before being purchased for redevelopment.

The existing steading boasts many architectural features which have been retained in the new redevelopment. The original footprint of the steading, which was L shaped in plan, has been mirrored in the proposals to form a new courtyard. The redevelopment includes a selection of 1, 2 and 3 bedroom houses to provide the developer with a choice of accommodation.

The project has brought a run-down building back into use, providing 18 houses each with their own character.

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