A rare opportunity to purchase an idyllic multipurpose farm in a prime location in the North East of Scotland has arisen for offers over £450,000.
On the market with rural estate agents, Bell Ingram, Buckie Farm spans 56 acres with a three-bedroom farmhouse including outbuildings.
Buckie farm, which is suitable for either livestock or arable farming, is situated on the outskirts of Aberdeen just three miles from Dyce. With such easy access to towns and cities such as Old Meldrum and Inverurie, as well as countryside and beaches on its doorstep, Bell Ingram anticipates a great deal of interest in the sale from farmers looking for substantial land with amenities close by.
Farmers will also be attracted to the acreage which comes in one area lot as opposed to scattered pieces of land that is typical of a sale this size.
Those familiar with the area will recognise the historic Buchan Railway pathway, which cuts through the land and offers a good cycle route to the city of Aberdeen.
Situated in the heart of the farm with southerly views is the main farmhouse, which has been a much-loved home for several years. Mature trees surround the property which provides privacy from the Buchan Railway path and there is a large garden space including lawn and shrubs in front of the property.
There are a number of farm buildings included in the sale, which as well as having the ability to house machinery, would also lend themselves well to the likes of equestrian facilities, opening up a potential secondary income for buyers.
Bell Ingram Land Agent, Michelle Stephen comments on the sale: “We are delighted to bring Buckie Farm to the market, a compact and fertile farm in an excellent location that we anticipate will generate substantial interest from the faming and local market.
“The farm itself has great potential as either an arable or livestock farm, alternatively, with substantial outbuildings, it could also be used as equestrian land. With such broad potential we would recommend early viewings.”
The farmland at Buckie Farm sits at an altitude of approximately 55 to 80 metres above average sea level. The land is classified by the James Hutton Institute as predominantly Class 3.1.
Article posted on 20/11/2020