Both sales offer an attractive range of agricultural and other amenity opportunities:
Burnbank Farm, consists of a traditional farmhouse with two reception rooms and four bedrooms. The farmland included in the sale extends to approximately 89.36 acres (36.16 hectares) and is currently used for grazing and fodder, it is primarily classified as Grade 4.1 and Grade 4.2.
The farm has until recent been run as a dairy farm but the existing range of modern buildings provides the opportunity for a purchaser to continue with dairy or to diversify into other amenity, equestrian or business uses. Located some 20 miles to the west of Glasgow the farm is within comfortable commuting distance to the city and Glasgow Airport
Burnbank Farm is for sale as a whole for offers over 600,000 or in the following lots:
Lot 1: Burnbank farmhouse and a steading range of modern and traditional buildings (about 34.41 acres). Available for offers over 415,000
Lot 2: Land to the north of Green Water Road (about 35.82 acres). Available for offers over 125,000
Lot 3: Land to the east of Burnbank Road (about 19.13 acres). Available for offers over 60,000
The Land at Netherwood is situated in a rural position under a mile from the leafy village of Kilmacolm. The land comprises about 18.31 acres (7.41 hectares) in total and has been classified as mainly Grade 4.1 and 4.2.
The Land at Netherwood provides a highly useful block of land which could provide an opportunity for the expansion of an existing farm business, equine use or the creation of a small holding.
The Land at Netherwood is available for offers over 80,000.
Duncan Barrie, partner at CKD Galbraith, said:
Burnbank Farm and the Land at Netherwood lie within a highly sought after and accessible part of Renfrewshire, near to one of the most affluent villages in Scotland, Kilmacolm. The current demand for land for both farming and amenity use in this area is very high.
CKD Galbraith has marketed 75 million worth of agricultural property in the last 12 months.