The land is available as a whole, totalling around 39.34 acres, or in two separate lots. Lot 1, about 16.28 acres (6.59 Ha) is located to the south of Jerviswood Mains Farm and can be easily accessed directly from the A706 public road. The majority of the land has predominantly been cropped for spring barley with a small area to the west of the enclosure currently being down to pasture.
Lot 2 comprises of around 23.06 acres (9.33 Ha) of good arable land. The land is bound to the south by Stanmore Road and benefits from access onto the A706 as well. The land is currently in stubble but has been cropped for spring barley for a number of years.
Both Lots are scheduled as being principally Grade 3(2) by the James Hutton Institute.
Duncan Barrie, handling the sale for CKD Galbraith, said: "The Land at Jerviswood offers an excellent prospect for local farmers hoping to increase the size of their holding and benefit from economies of scale, but also from some non-farming interests as some investors may seek alternative investments given the financial markets still remain cautious.
"The sale of the land in two lots provides flexibility for investors seeking smaller blocks of land with good access and close to amenities. The Land at Jerviswood is within easy commuting distance of both Edinburgh and Glasgow."
The Land at Jerviswood is available as a whole or in two lots as follows:
For the Whole: Offers Over 155,000
Lot 1: Offers Over 65,000
Lot 2: Offers Over 90,000