Fisherie, Turriff, Aberdeenshire, AB53 5SU

Offers Over £825,000

128.5 acres

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  • 3 Bedroom Farmhouse
  • Range of Modern and Traditional Farm Buildings
  • Farmland extending to 52.00ha (128.50 acres)
  • For sale as a whole

DESCRIPTIONThe farmhouse: 135m2 internally, of stone construction under a slate roof. Conveniently located adjacent to the farm buldings, the accommodation is over two floors as follows: Ground floor: Kitchen, bathroom, sitting room, vestibule, bedroom, sitting room. 1st floor: Loft, double bedroom, double bedroom.Oil-Fired Central HeatingThe EPC Rating is FThe Council Tax Band is DFarm BuildingsThe farm buildings extend to a range of traditional and modern structures as follows:1. Cattle Court 1, 13.4m x 24.0m, steel portal frame construction with corrugated roof, block walls, concrete floor and central feed pass.2. Traditional Steading complex, on a footprint of 198m2, timber truss infil construction, slate roof, stone walls and concrete floor.3. Traditional General Store, 8.7m x 7.4m of timber truss construction, corrugated roof, stone wall and concrete floor.4. Cattle Court 2, 13.5m x 24.1m, timber truss construction, corrugated roof, block walls and stone floor.5. Cattle Handling shed, steel portal frame construction with corrugated roof, block walls with reinforced cement and cement floor.6. General Purpose shed, 21.2m x 16.6m, steel portal frame construction with corrugated roof, part earth floor, part concrete floor.7. Hangar, 25.0m x 12.5m, of steel arch construction, concrete floor.8. Workshop, 6.75m x 12.2m, steel portal construction with corrugated roof, block walls and concrete floor with 3.65m x 9.9m lean-to workshop.9. Dutch barn, 6.75m x 13.5m, corrugated roof with two corrugated walls, 1 brick wall and a gable front with concrete floor. Lean-to hut off the east of the building, 2.1m x 2.8m, of stone construction and fibre cement roof.10. Bothy, 4.5m x 8.8m, of traditional construction, slate roof, stone wall and earth floor.11. Garage, 4.6m x 10.05m, profile roof, block walls and stone floor.12. FarmhouseLandLand extends to 52.0 hectares (128.50 acres) and comprises of 11 enclosures. According to the James Hutton Institute the majority of the land is classified as Grade 3(2). The land is in good heart having been farmed in an arable and grass rotation in recent years and is partially fenced and watered. Cummerton is situated 100m above sea level.SITUATIONCummerton is situated in a prime farming area, well known for its productive and fertile land.The 3 bedroom farmhouse is conveniently located adjacent to a range of farm buildings. The land at Cummerton extends to 128.50 acres or thereby and enjoys good access from the public road network.According to the James Hutton Institute the majority of the land is classified as Grade 3(2). The land is registered with SGRPID for IACS purposes and is situated approximately 100 metres above sea level.The land is highly productive capable of growing a wide range of crops, including potatoes. Being farmed in rotation and having regular applications of dung and slurry the land is in excellent heart, the majority has been GPS tested with lime being applied as required.The town of Turriff is some 7 miles distant and boasts a large number of services and communities including banks, 2 supermarkets, 2 dispensing pharmacies, a library, sports centre and swimming pool in addition to numerous specialist shops and Turriff Cottage Hospital. The town also has 4 churches, a primary school at Market Hill and secondary schooling is available at Turriff Academy. The town also hosts the Turriff show which is Scotland’s largest 2 day agricultural show, in addition to which it has a golf club and is home to Turriff United FC. The River Deveron flows past the town and is well known for the quality of its salmon and fishing. Places of interest in the vicinity include Fyvie Castle, Dalgetty Castle and Duff House at Banff, in addition to which the north east coast has wonderful cliffs and fishing villages being a short drive away.Aberdeen is some 46 miles distant and has a wide range of shopping, entertainment and cultural attractions which one expects from the oil capital of Europe. Private education is available in the city which also has 2 universities. Aberdeen International Airport offers regular domestic and European flights in addition to which there is a train station with regular services to both north and south and overnight sleeper service to London.The area is well resourced in terms of agricultural infrastructure being well served by grain merchants, agricultural suppliers and machinery dealers, in addition to the abattoir at Turriff. Auction Marts can be found in Huntly (25 miles) and Inverurie (28 miles).