Burreldale MossInverurie, Aberdeenshire, AB51 0JX
Offers Over £235,000
- Suitable for sporting, agricultural, natural capital and amenity purposes
- 78.04 acres (31.58 hectares) of bare land
DESCRIPTIONBurreldale Moss consists of a contiguous block of land of approximately 78.04 acres (31.58 hectares) suitable for a wide variety of sporting, agricultural, natural capital and amenity uses. According to the James Hutton Institute the land is primarily classified primarily as Grade 5(3) with areas of Grade 4(2). The moss has historically been managed as a pheasant shoot and therefore benefits from wellconnected internal and perimeter tracks. Pheasant pens are located centrally and the site has been strategically planted with strips of forestry to maximise the quality of sporting drives. Some of the land has historically been cultivated and planted in game crop.SITUATIONBurreldale Moss extends to approximately 78.04 acres or thereby and benefits from nearby access from the public road network. Burreldale Moss is conveniently situated 3.5 miles north west of Inverurie, 2.5 miles south east of Oldmeldrum and 13.5 miles from Aberdeen. Burreldale is surrounded primarily by agricultural land and sits around 150m above sea level. The area is well resourced in terms of sporting, forestry and agricultural infrastructure.