The land at Drumbauchly Farm extends to 95.4 acres (38.61 Ha) and is situated in a peaceful and scenic location in rural Perthshire, approximately 1.5 miles from the village of Methven and some 6.5 miles from Perth. The land benefits from good access on to the minor public road which links Methven to Glenalmond.
Duncan Barrie, partner with Galbraith, said the opportunity offered by acquisition of the land is excellent:
The current owners have secured consent to build a substantial five-bedroom home on the land, in an elevated position, which will benefit from panoramic views. The purchasers will therefore be able to build a property in a style of their choosing in a very private spot, surrounded by attractive countryside. This is a desirable part of Perthshire but it is also very accessible to Perth and the major roads network.
The agricultural land is a mix of rolling pasture and arable, all of which is currently down to grazing but has historically been used for cereals and potatoes. The land has been classified as Grade 3 by the James Hutton Institute and the individual fields are of a good size and are enclosed by stock fencing. The land benefits from good access from the minor public road known as College Road which splits the holding and leads north west out of Methven towards Glenalmond.
It is rare to have a development site accompanied by larger area of farmland within the local area, and we expect a considerable degree of interest in this property.
Traditionally the Strathearn Valley is known for its fertile land, capable of producing high yields of an extensive range of crops and the surrounding area is well suited to livestock.
In the last 12 months, more than 100 agricultural properties totalling over 15,000 acres, with a value in excess of £100 million, were marketed by Galbraith in Scotland.
The land at Drumbauchly Farm is for sale as a whole for offers over £760,000 or in five separate lots. Contact Galbraith for further information.