Bogfon is situated in the scenic Deeside valley 3 miles south of Peterculter and 9 miles west of Aberdeen in the county of Aberdeenshire. The land (64.49 acres) is currently in grass but is capable of growing a wide range …
Bogfon is situated in the scenic Deeside valley 3 miles south of Peterculter and 9 miles west of Aberdeen in the county of Aberdeenshire. The land (64.49 acres) is currently in grass but is capable of growing a wide range of crops and is suitable for a wide range of farming and rural activities. The area is well resourced in terms of agricultural infrastructure, being well served by a number of grain merchants, agricultural suppliers
and machinery dealers, in addition to the Machinery Ring. Auction marts can be found
in Inverurie and Huntly with abattoirs being situated at Inverurie and Portlethen.
Bogfon is situated in a productive area in east Aberdeenshire. The land lies between 100 metres and 130 metres above sea level. According to the James Hutton Institute the land is classified as Grade 3(2) being registered with SGRPID for IACS purposes.
The land extends to 61.50 acres of productive farmland. The land is well fenced and watered and is currently let until the end of the 2022 grazing season.
Access to Lots 1 and 2 is directly from the public road network. A third party has a right of
access over the route shown A/B/C on the plan.
Lot 1 is served by mains water supply with Lot 2 being served by a well situated in field 4 which feeds several field troughs. Lot 1 is served by mains electricity.
Strictly by appointment with the sole selling agents –Galbraith, 337 North Deeside Road,
Cults, Aberdeen, AB15 9SN. Tel: 01224 860710. Fax: 01224 869023. Email: aberdeen@
All buildings are agricultural building. Should interested parties attend the site and
enter the buildings unaccompanied and/or without prior appointment then they do so
at their own risk and safety precautions should be taken.
HEALTH & SAFETY
The property is an agricultural holding and appropriate caution should be exercised at
all times during inspection, particularly in reference to the farm buildings.
BASIC PAYMENT SCHEME (BPS)
The majority of the land is eligible for claiming Basic Payments. The BPS entitlements have been established by the seller and are not included in the sale of the land. The buyer will take over and pay for at valuation the Basic Payment Scheme entitlements established on the land for sale. All payments relating to the 2022 year will be retained by the seller. The buyer will be responsible upon occupation of the subjects of sale to fully comply with the statutory management requirements to maintain the farmland in Good Agricultural and Environmental Condition as laid down under the cross
Compliance Rules of the Basic Payment Scheme 2022 for the rest of the scheme year.