Outstanding Farmland Brought To The Scottish Market

Unhindered by the impending Scottish referendum CKD Galbraith has brought several new farms to the market in recent weeks. Furthermore, the firm expects high levels of interest for two outstanding farms in particular, both offering potential buyers the flexibility to purchase as a whole or as separate lots.

Unhindered by the impending Scottish referendum CKD Galbraith has brought several new farms to the market in recent weeks. Furthermore, the firm expects high levels of interest for two outstanding farms in particular, both offering potential buyers the flexibility to purchase as a whole or as separate lots.

Ingleston Farm is an attractive amenity and livestock farm on the Solway Coast at the mouth of the River Nith. The principal lot extends to about 247 acres in total and includes a traditional four bedroom farmhouse benefiting from fine views over the surrounding countryside and east towards the sea.

The range of modern farm buildings includes; a modern general purpose shed, a Dutch barn, several cattle courts, cubicle houses, a feed store and stabling for up to four horses. The land is mainly Class 3(2) and is ideally suited to support a dairy, beef or sheep enterprise. Of the 247 acres there are roughly 190 acres of silage ground, 22 acres of permanent pasture and 24 acres of woodland.

Lot 2 Ingleston Dairy Cottage, a traditional white two bedroom cottage, has recently been refurbished and has spectacular views over the surrounding farmland and Nith Estuary.
Ingleston Farm, New Abbey is for sale as a whole or in two lots, as follows:

  • Lot 1: Offers Over: 1,100,000
  • Lot 2: Offers Over: 150,000
  • For the Whole: Offers Over: 1,250,000

Clydeside Farm located near Biggar, rural Lanarkshire is a fantastic opportunity to purchase a fully equipped mixed farm in an accessible location just off the M74. The farm is for sale as a whole of or in three separate lots.

Clydeside is a versatile livestock and mixed farm extending to about 457 acres in all, and situated on the banks of the River Clyde. Lot 1 includes the attractive four bedroom farmhouse which has been tastefully modernised to provide excellent family accommodation, three spacious holiday cottages which generate an additional source of income for the farm and two farm offices. There is an extensive range of farm buildings including several large cattle sheds, slurry store, feed store, outdoor silage pit and large workshop and yard.  

The land extends to about 263.36 acres and has been graded as mainly grade 3 and 4 of primarily arable and silage ground as well as a block permanent pasture. The land is easily worked, lies in two large blocks and benefits for good access onto the public road.

Lot 2 is a further area of pasture land to the west of farm totalling about 193.70 acres; it is comprised of about 21 acres of silage ground, 169 acres of permanent pasture and 1.33 acres of amenity woodland.

Available as lot 3 is the EE Ltd telecom mast with a passing rent of 5166 pa and located to the north west of Clydeside Farm which is accessible from the A73 via a private track.

Clydeside Farm, Lamington, Biggar is for sale as a whole or in three lots, as follows:

Duncan Barrie, handling the sale for CKD Galbraith, said: "Both units present a range of opportunities to nearby farmers and individuals from further afield, we are therefore anticipating a good repose for each of the farms and their respective lots of sale.

"Both farms are located within desirable locations, with local services, amenities, and transportation links close by. Edinburgh and Glasgow are within commuting distance from Clydeside Farm and Ingleston Farm is only nine miles from the town of Dumfries and has a fantastic range of outdoor activities available on its door step, thus the farm is likely to appeal to the wider amenity purchaser in addition to existing farming business."

For further information on Clydeside Farm please contact CKD Galbraith's National Farm Sales Office in Stirling 01786 434600. For information on Ingleston Farm contact the Castle Douglas office 01556 505346.