A compact block of prime arable land divided into 11 main parcels. The land, which has been run as a mixed arable unit is in exceptional heart throughout and has been subject to a programme of rotational dung and lime applications. The fields are generally of a good size and shape and allow access for a full range of modern farm machinery.
230.66 acres (93.35 ha)
A full range of modern and traditional farm buildings in good order throughout and suitable for a variety of uses.
The land lies within the Strathmore & Fife Nitrate Vulnerable Zone.
The sporting rights are in hand but other than vermin control, no shooting currently takes place on the farm. There is however, huge potential to establish an in-hand shoot by utilising the varied topography and range of mixed woodlands on the property particularly if purchased as a whole.
Insofar as they are owned these are included in the sale.
Access to the land is directly off the main B9120 which connects to the main A90 Trunk Road. The
property also benefits from a right of access directly from Laurencekirk via an underpass which avoids the needs to cross the Dual Carriageway.
Johnston Mains Farmhouse, Grain Dryer and Buildings
Traditional dressed sandstone farmhouse in excellent order throughout which would be well suited for family use. The property sits in a well-tended garden with large garage and provides flexible family accommodation over 2 floors;
Farmhouse kitchen with seating area and wood burner, sitting room, dining room, 4 bedrooms, bathroom, shower room, sun room and utility room.
Mains electricity, private water supply with drainage to a septic tank. The property is double glazed throughout and benefits from oil-fired central heating.
Johnston Mains Farmhouse is in Council Tax Band E
EPC rating of F
Johnston Mains lies in the heart of the Howe of the Mearns, directly to the south east of Laurencekirk in a renowned farming area of Kincardineshire.