Two quality farm properties are entering Scotland’s land market recently in Aberdeenshire therefore the Scottish Borders totalling about 900 miles.
With helpful information price of £3.2m, Hill of Fiddes, near Ellon, Aberdeenshire, provides 414 miles of well-managed level 3 (1) land included in two equipped, combined products.
Acting agent James Presly, at ANM Group, said: “This sale presents a rare possibility to possess one of Aberdeenshire’s top performing farm products with an enviable grain and grass growing reputation.”
The primary good deal includes 300 acres divided in to nine industries, in just over five miles adopted by farm buildings, yards and roads.
Farm structures are a mix of modern and standard you need to include a steel-portal framed building utilized as a whole grain shop and cattle courts, a dutch barn, three additional cattle courts, a cattle shed, fertiliser store and a livestock handling location. There is also a sizable hard surface yard helpful for loading and general storage space.
Small lot, Blackhillie Farm, includes 114 miles put into five areas, including one 52-acre field.
The steading includes two livestock barns, a straw barn and old-fashioned structures in need of refurbishment or replacement in components. But these are typically nonetheless being used and there's in addition a concrete lawn.
The key great deal has helpful information price of £2.35m while Blackhillie farm is pitched at £775, 000.
Both have actually their particular farmhouse and good deal three is an independent cottage.
BPS entitlements are available by separate settlement. Tenders needs to be gotten by 12 noon on Tuesday 27 October. (ANM Group 01467 623 800)
Further south near Hawick inside Scottish Borders, 557-acre Horsleyhill Farm is actually for sale at a guide price of £2.7m.
It is described by the representative, H&H as an “excellent” stock and arable farm with the capacity of “running an excellent stock of ewes and suckler cattle while creating high quality spring barley crops”.
The fields have all been ploughed consequently they are on a reseed rotation with cold weather fodder crops and springtime barley and lawn. The land is within good condition and has access from interior songs.
Structures feature two rock barns, timber-framed lean-to, two lambing pens and two steel-framed barns – one made use of as a crop store as well as the various other as a sheep shed. There is a three-bedroom cottage. (H&H 01228 406 260).