Opportunity To Purchase Prime Blocks Of Land In Stirlingshire & Fife
CKD Galbraith has brought to market three productive blocks of productive arable land in the much sought after Stirlingshire villages of Bridge of Allan and Whins of Milton, with a further block of land in Fife near Inverkeithing.
The Land at Mid Lecropt totals approximately 24.61 Ha (60.81 Acres) and is well located just to the west of the M9 motorway. The land lies within the scenic Carse of Lecropt part of the larger Carse of Stirling just to the north of the River Forth.
The land is scheduled as being principally Grade 3 (2) by the James Hutton Institute and is generally level, situated approximately 10m above sea level. The land is currently down to temporary grass but has been cropped for cereals on a regular rotation.
Although peaceful and private, the Land at Mid Lecropt is exceptionally situated for easy access to Stirling city centre and both Edinburgh and Glasgow are less than an hour’s drive away. Bridge of Allan train station offers regular trains to Stirling, Edinburgh and Glasgow and the pretty village benefits from a good range of independent shops, cafes, restaurants and a supermarket.
Land at Mid Lecropt is currently available for offers over £240,000.
Newly launched onto the Stirling market is the Lands at Foot O’Green. The land extends to about 38.34 Ha (94.74 Acres) in all and is also situated with quick access onto the M9 and M80 motorways. Stirling city centre is approximately 2.5 miles to the north and Glasgow and Edinburgh less than an hour by car.
The Lands at Foot O’Greenis for sale in three separate lots or as a whole:
Lot 1: about 18.25 Ha (45.10 Acres) is predominately down to temporary grass land with a remaining 1.23 Ha (3.04 Acres) under woodland. Offers over £190,000.
Lot 2: about 18.06 Ha (44.63 Acres) of arable and temporary grassland currently split into three good sized fields. Offers over £185,000.
Lot 3: about 2.03 Ha (5.02 Acres) is a small block of temporary grassland. Offers over £25,000.
Land at Foot O’Green is for sale as a Whole for offers over £400,000.
Following considerable interest in the lands at Foot of Green a closing date has been set for offers at 12 Noon on Wednesday 22nd of July.
Duncan Barrie, handling the sale of both blocks of land for CKD Galbraith, said:
"Stirling is fantastic historical city with many idyllic villages in the surrounding rural area that benefit from spectacular country settings whilst only being a short distance from the larger cities of Glasgow, Edinburgh and Perth. The sale of both these blocks of land offers local farmers the opportunity to expand existing holdings or new buyers to the area to purchase a prime piece of land in the much sought after area of central Scotland."
Also for sale through CKD Galbraith is a highly productive and well located block of arable land near Inverkeithing in Fife.
Land at Dales and Sunnybank totals about 61.05 Ha (150.85 Acres) and is located to the north of the town of Inverkeithing adjacent to the M90. The land is within easy commuting distance of Edinburgh and has excellent longer term development potential.
The land, principally Grade 2 and 3, could also continue to be utilized as productive arable land having been predominately cropped for cereals but has successfully grown oilseed rape and potatoes in recent seasons.
Land at Dales and Sunnybank is for sale as a whole for offers over £1,090,000 or in the following six lots:
Lot 1: about 30.52 Ha (75.14 Acres) in total. Offers Over £510,000.
Lot 2: about 27.14 Ha (67.06 Acres) in total. Offers Over £490,000.
Lot 3: about 1.36 Ha (3.36 Acres) in total. Offers Over £25,000.
Lot 4: about 1.14 Ha (2.82 Acres) in total. Offers Over £25,000.
Lot 5: about 0.43 Ha (1.06 Acres) in total. Offers Over £20,000.
Lot 6: about 0.46 (1.14 Acres) in total. Offers Over £20,000.
Following considerable interest in the above lots a closing date has been set for offers on 12 Noon on Friday 24th of July.
Duncan Barrie said:
"The land at the Dales and Sunnybank presents a rare opportunity to acquire some of the most fertile arable land in Fife, but is within easy access of major road networks and large settlements of Dunfermline and Edinburgh. The small blocks will likely appeal to a wider group of purchaser as they present options for a variety of uses if the correct planning or change of use can be sought."