Aberdeenshire farm with three bedroom farmhouse up for sale at offers over £450,000

A 56-acre farm on the outskirts of Aberdeen has just been released onto the market at offers over £450,000 by selling agent Bell Ingram.

Perfectly suited to operate as either a small farm or an equestrian property, Buckie Farm at Newmachar comprises a three-bedroom farmhouse, plus outbuildings.

With accommodation over one and a half storeys, the detached farmhouse sits in the heart of the farm, with the farm buildings on the opposite side of the track. There is a large garden space including lawn and shrubs in front of the property which has nearby main road access to the north and south, with easy links to the new Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route.

Although the property requires modernisation, it is well-appointed with southerly views. The house is partly UPVC double glazed with the majority of the windows being wooden framed single glazed. There is electric panel heating in the kitchen, living room and bathroom along with a wood burning stove in the living room. 

The ground floor accommodation comprises an entrance porch, store room, kitchen, living room, sitting room, bathroom, bedroom/store room and hallway, while on the first floor there are two bedrooms, a box room and small stairway mezzanine.

The farmland is currently all in grass but is classified as grade 3.1 which would allow a range of crops to be planted. Sitting at an altitude of approximately 55 to 80 metres above average sea level, the land is gently sloping and easily worked.

There are a number of farm buildings included in the sale: a traditional U-shaped steading (extending to approximately 250m2); a stone and wooden frame shed next to the steading (3m x 12.5m); a stone and metal shed (10 x 6.5m); L-shaped steel portal frame shed (500 m20; a stone and metal framed shed (19 x 6.3 m);  general store (8 x 3 m). There are also four wooden sheds located alongside the access track.

For more information or to arrange a viewing contact Michelle Stephen on 01224 621 300 or email michelle.stephen@bellingram.co.uk

Article posted on 22/02/2021

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