Easterton Farm is an excellent mixed farm, comprising a well-known equestrian unit, with a combination of good quality arable and grazing ground, with several areas of new and existing woodland along the northern boundary.
The farm is centred on a modern four-bedroom farmhouse offering spacious accommodation over four split levels with an attractive outlook over the surrounding farmland and attractive garden. Further residential accommodation is provided by the traditional three-bedroom cottage, which has been renovated in recent years.
The farm benefits from an excellent range of modern farm and equestrian buildings. The purpose built Coverall Barn provides a first class arena for schooling, lessons, clinics and competitions, whilst the additional small indoor arena is ideal for warm up, lunging and backing young stock. Stabling is all under cover and if desired, could be easily dismantled and moved.
The farm extends in total to some 256 acres with approximately 177 acres laid to pasture, 24 acres of rough grazing, 49 acres of woodland the remaining land being made up by roads, yards and buildings. The farmland all lies within a ring fence and has been classified as Grade 4.1 and 3.2. The building are currently fully equipped for equestrian use and provide stabling accommodation for up to 24 horses. A Falconry Centre operates from a leased building on the farm and provides a further source of useful source of income.
Duncan Barrie, who is handling the sale for CKD Galbraith, said:
"Easterton Farm is a fantastic mixed livestock farm encompassing a very well-known equestrian centre located a mere two miles from Gleneagles. It offers an excellent opportunity to acquire a productive farm in a sought after area of rural Perthshire. A farm of this quality and size rarely becomes available on the open market and we expect a lot of interest given its favourable location."
Easterton Farm is available as a whole at offers over 1,450,000