Newton of Menie farmhouse is a detached three bedroomed one and a half storey house, with a bothy and washhouse adjoining the property and a separate garage. The property has timber framed single glazed windows and oil fired central heating. There is a small walled garden to the front with the farmyard and buildings at the rear.
Entrance Hall, Bathroom, Living Room, Sitting Room/Bedroom and Kitchen.
Two bedrooms and large landing with built-in storage cupboard.
The farmbuildings comprise a traditional stone and slate U-shaped steading with lean-to barns and stores adjoining and nearby.
Stone steading east wing 11.5 x 5.1m; north range 24.2m x 6.9m; west wing 21.0m x 5.3m
The U-shaped steading is constructed with stone walls with slate roof. there is cart shed in gable end of the east wing of the steading with barn behind and loft above with outside stone steps providing access. The north range of buildings comprises a cattle court of double byre width which has been made more accessible by heightening the gable end door. The west wing of the steading comprises a barn and implement store with small stone lean-to building adjoining.
Stone store 8.4 x 3.4m
Small detached stone walled building with corrugated steel roof situated at the front of the steading courtyard.
Timber framed barn 22.0 x 5.3m
Timber pole barn at the rear of the steading with timber truss roof clad with corrugated fibre cement sheeting.
The land is a mixture of arable and permanent pasture extending to approximately 33.19 hectares (82.01 acres) IACS registered land. According to the James Hutton Institute (formerly Macaulay Land Use Research Institute) 1:50,000 Land Use Capability for Agriculture maps, the land is classified as approximately 70% Grade 3.1, and 30% 3.2. Land ranges in altitude from 75 m to 90 m above sea level. The land is gently sloping allowing easy field working. The majority of the fields are in grass for grazing or mowing although most of the fields would be capable of growing crops. Field water troughs are connected to the private water supply.
The Basic Payment Scheme entitlements are available by separate negotiation.
Servitude rights, burdens and wayleaves
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.
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Newton of Menie Farm is located just two miles north of the village of Balmedie, nine miles south of Ellon and ten miles north of Aberdeen. Good local amenities are found nearby at Balmedie, including a small supermarket and pharmacy, primary school, library, sports centre as well as various takeaways.
The location of this property provides easy access to to the Balmedie and Newburgh junctions on the Balmedie Tipperty dual carriageway meaning the farm could be developed as a residential holding. the farmhouse is in need of upgrading however it along with the traditional steading provide development opportunities to create desirable residences within easy commuting distance of Aberdeen. The land is of a manageable size to be used as a small farm or as an equestrian operation.