A wonderful rural home in Kinross with ready-made equestrian facilities and grazing land has been brought to the market by Galbraith.
Frachadil House, the Isle of Mull holiday home of former government minister Lord Rab Butler, is now for sale through Galbraith.
In an off market transaction, Galbraith advised Vardy Property Group in selling 8 Bankhead Crossway North, a prime multi-let industrial and trade counter asset in Sighthill Industrial Estate to Westerwood Properties.
Galbraith has announced the sale of Hawksland Hall, an exceptional country home with equestrian facilities and land in a rural situation near Lanark and enjoying attractive countryside views.
Galbraith have launched for sale Newton Trading Estate, Ayr on behalf of long standing client and industrial specialist Cedarwood Asset Management.
Galbraith is marketing two separate blocks of farmland and a croft with permission for residential development in Argyll and Bute, each offering an excellent opportunity for the purchaser.
The rural property market in Fife has enjoyed an outstanding quarter since re-opening in late June, according to leading property consultancy Galbraith. The firm sold property worth £7.5m in Fife during the period 1 June to 30 September.
Demand for rural property in Lanarkshire has reached unprecedented heights and prices have risen by 5% compared with the same period last year, according to property consultancy Galbraith.
Property consultancy Galbraith reports very strong demand for rural property in Ayrshire over the past quarter and expects the buoyant market to continue into 2021.
Demand for rural property in the Lothians has reached unprecedented heights and prices have risen by 5% compared with the same period last year, according to property consultancy Galbraith.
For property professionals in Scotland the enforced closure of the market from late March to the middle of June was a period of frustration, although we understood the reasons underpinning the decision.
Galbraith has announced its residential sales for Moray for the past quarter ending 30 September, with exceptionally strong demand throughout the region, fuelled by an increase in those seeking a better quality of life in a rural area.
Land agency Galbraith reports that many farmers are missing out on part of their BPS entitlement but are unaware that their payment has been reduced. The Scottish government reported on 21 October that 13,586 BPS payments totalling £333 million have been made this year to farmers and crofters.
Galbraith is bringing to the market Easterton of Duntelchaig, an impressive steading conversion and separate traditional cottage in a beautiful rural location yet within easy reach of Inverness.
Property consultancy Galbraith reports that the soaring demand for rural homes has led to a boom in activity in the Scottish Borders, with higher average selling prices and faster sales compared with this quarter in 2019.
Galbraith is pleased to bring to the market The Stables, an impressive detached house in South Ayrshire with wonderful views over Ayr Bay to Arran in the West and to the north as far as Ben Lomond.
Property consultancy Galbraith has appointed eight new graduate surveyors to its rural business division, working in offices across Scotland and the North of England.
Galbraith is pleased to bring to the market an impressive detached house in East Ayrshire, situated within a luxury gated development of eight premium homes.
The Sustainable Agriculture Capital Grant Scheme (SACGS) has not been taken up by many farmers due to excessive bureaucracy associated with the scheme, according to land agent Galbraith.
Leading land agency Galbraith has appointed Crawford MacKay as a Senior Associate in its rural team as land prices hold firm and the rural sector offers continued opportunity, despite the poor economic outlook.