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Invernorth Farm & Land At Gowanhill, Rathen, Fraserburgh, AB43 8UR

Guide Price

£425,000

Perth Office - 01738 621 121

Arable Farm with farm cottage and a variety of modern farm buildings in the rural hamlet of Gowanhill.

To make an enquiry, arrange a viewing or request a free market appraisal of your own property call James Petty on 01224 621 300 or contact James via Email.

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Overview

  • 3 bedroom farm cottage
  • Range of farm buildings at Invernorth
  • Arable land extending to approximately 25.42 Ha (62.81 acres)
  • Available as a whole
  • Extending to approximately 62.81 Acres (25.42 Hectares)

Description

A farm comprising of four separate blocks of arable land and commercial woodland along with an extensive range of buildings and a cottage in the rural hamlet of Gowanhill. Located close to the town of Fraserburgh.

Invernorth Cottage No 1 is a three bedroom semi-detached house, that sits next to the farm buildings at Invernorth Farm. The house is a one and a half storey house of stone and slate construction, with a flat roof dormer extension at rear of property, and a flat roofed extension to the front.

There is a large formal garden space including a stone and profiled metal sheet roof shed, lawn and shrubs.

The property has most recently been used as a farm office but could be used once more as a comfortable family home. The accommodation comprises of:

Ground Floor – Kitchen, Bathroom, Sitting room, Living room, and Bedroom 1.

First floor –Two bedrooms and bathroom.
There is an adjoining garage which houses the boiler and oil tank.

Farm Buildings
The sheds at Invernorth are all in good order and have been well maintained, having been previously used for storing potatoes.

In addition there is a farm shop; which is no longer used, but this is also very well kept. The buildings are suitable for a variety of purposes.

Farm Shop (14.9 m x 7.3 m) – steel portal frame with wooden purlins, with internal office constructed of wood and glass, box profiled sheeting with Kingspan insulation and concrete floor.

Potato store (15.8 m x 16.7 m) – steel portal frame, cement fibre roof, insulation spray, concrete floor and fan ventilation system.

Potato store (18.9 m x 10.7 m) – steel portal frame, concrete block walls to eaves, corrugated iron roof, insulation spray and concrete floor:

Steel portal shed (19.3 m x 23.7 m) – steel portal frame, concrete block walls to eaves, corrugated tin sheet roof overlain with battens and box profile sheeting, fan ventilation system and concrete floor

Potato store (33.8 m x 23 m) – steel portal frame, concrete block walls to eaves, fibre cement roof, spray insulation on inside of roof with concrete floor and fan ventilation system:

General purpose building (17.7 m x 17.3 m) – steel portal frame, with open front, concrete block low wall with steel profiled sheet sides, concrete floor and cement fibre roof:

The yard space between the buildings is concrete, with areas of hardcore to the sides.

The sheds at Invernorth are all in good order and have been well maintained, having been previously used for storing potatoes. The farm shop is no longer used, however this area is also very well kept and could be used for a variety of purposes.

The yard space between the buildings is concrete, with areas of hardcore to the sides.

The farmland extends to 19.79 hectares (48.90 acres)and is classified grade 3.2 under the James Hutton Institute Land Capability for Agriculture system.

Invernorth Farm and the land at Gowanhill sits at an altitude approximately 25 m and 30 m above sea level. The land is generally quite flat and most of the fields would be capable of being cropped. Previously these fields had been on a rotation for potato production.

The fields at Invernorth have stockproof fences, being mainly rylock and barb fencing. The land at Gowanhill has some livestock fencing, however as the farm had mainly been used for arable cropping, fencing would require to be installed in areas. The fields are all of good sizes to be able to be used for arable cropping.

Woodland and amenity trees
The woodland extends to 5.93 hectares (14.65 acres). Approximately 2.2 hectares (5.43 acres) consists of pre-thinning Sitka Spruce at Gowanhill. The remainder of the woodland is a mixture of broadleaved trees and open space.

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Important Notice

These sale particulars were prepared on the basis of information provided to us by our clients and/or our local knowledge. Whilst we make every reasonable effort to ensure that they are correct, no warranty or guarantee is given and prospective purchasers should not rely upon them as statements or representations of fact. Furthermore neither Bell Ingram LLP or its partners or employees assume any responsibility therefore. In particular:

  1. prospective purchasers should satisfy themselves as to the structural condition of any buildings or other erections and the state of repair of any services, appliances, equipment or facilities;
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  3. any descriptions, measurements or dimensions quoted are approximate only and references to conditions, planning permissions, services, usage, construction, fittings & fixtures and moveable items are for guidance only.