Two Outstanding Farmland Blocks For Sale Within Enviable Fife Location

4 February 2015

Situated at the heart of the delightful Fife countryside, the Land at Primrose and the Land at Duloch are two attractive, well located blocks of arable land for sale separately through CKD Galbraith.

Land at Primrose

Comprising 45.49 acres (18.41 Ha) of good quality Grade 2 & 3(1) highly productive arable land, the Land at Primrose is situated in an accessible location close to Rosyth. The land has been cropped continuously for spring barley in recent seasons due to ease of management but the land has achieved good yields of wheat and winter barley in the past. 

Also for sale through CKD Galbraith is the Land at Duloch an equally well located block of Grade 3(2) arable land adjacent to Dunfermline. Approximately 84.81 acres (34.32 Ha) in total the land is divided into four fields currently used for arable production with two smaller areas of amenity woodland.

The Land at Duloch sits immediately adjacent to the east of the M90 and is accessed via a private track which leads from the B916 public road which links Dunfermline and Dalgety Bay.

Land at Duloch

Duncan Barrie, who is handling both sales for CKD Galbraith, said: “The land available at both Duloch and Primrose offer unique opportunities to own farmland in two extremely accessible locations in Central West Fife.

“The land blocks in time may also present longer term development potential, and are an attractive proposition to purchaser for either arable expansion or as an investment opportunity. 

“As a result, we expect the Land at Primorse and the Land at Duloch to generate substantial interest amongst farmland buyers.” 

Offers over £340,000 are being invited for the Land at Primrose

Offers over £475,000 are being invited for the Land at Duloch 

A closing date has been set for Thursday 26th February at 12 noon for both parcels.

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