The farmhouse is a three bedroom detached, one and a half storey house of a traditional stone wall build with a pitched slate roof. The property has been extended to the north. The property benefits from UPVC double glazing and has oil fired central heating.
There is a large formal garden space including a stone and profiled metal sheet roof shed, lawn and shrubs.
Internally the property provides comfortable family accommodation.
Ground Floor Dining kitchen, Bathroom including a shower, Sitting room, Living room, Bedroom, Entrance hall.
First floor large landing with in-built storage and two bedrooms.
The farmbuildings comprise of both traditional stone and modern stores. The traditional U-Shaped steadings are securely boarded up and cannot be accessed. The buildings are listed below.
Arable land extending to approximately 23.5 hectares (58 acres). Grazing extending to approximately 20.9 hectares (51 acres) and other land extending to 0.6 hectares (1.48 acres).
According to the James Hutton Institute (formerly Macaulay Land Use Research Institute) 1:50,000 Land Use Capability for Agriculture maps, the land is mainly classified as Grade 3.2. This indicates the land is capable of producing a moderate range of crops including high yields of barley, oats and grass. Other uses may include potatoes and forage crops. This classification is typical of the area.
The majority of the land has a gently sloping northerly aspect, with some steeper slopes and undulations across the middle and west side of the farm.
Third Party Rights
The neighbouring farm of Cooperhill has an access track which runs through a short section of the farmland from the public road. This does not affect access to the fields, property or buildings.
The subjects are sold together with and subject to all existing rights of way, servitudes, wayleaves and others whether contained in the Title Deeds or others, and purchasers will be deemed to have satisfied themselves in all respects thereof.
The property is for sale with vacant possession. Entry by agreement.
Offers must be submitted in Scottish legal terms to the Selling Agents. A closing date for offers may be fixed and prospective purchasers are advised to register their interest with the Selling Agents following inspection.
External viewing can be carried out without appointment.
To arrange an internal viewing of the house contact:
Bell Ingram Aberdeen
2 Albert Street, Aberdeen, AB25 1XQ
01224 621 300
Bell Ingram are approved agents for the Agricultural Mortgage Corporation ( AMC) who provide loan funding for farms and rural businesses at competitive rates . We can provide assistance in securing finance for various purposes including purchase of land and property, restructuring existing debt, working capital , funds for diversification projects or farm building improvements. If you would like to find out more or discuss your proposals in confidence please call Sarah Tyson on 07710 308614 or email email@example.com