Lot 3 Land At Over Boddam,

Daies, Insch, Aberdeenshire, AB52 6TN

Offers Over £200,000

41.11 acres

  • Around 23.17 hectares (57.25 acres).

Daies is situated in a prime farming area, well known for its productive and fertile land. The land is highly productive and capable of growing a wide range of crops. Being farmed in rotation and having regular applications of dung, the land is in excellent heart with lime being applied as to requirement. The 4 bedroom farmhouse is conveniently located adjacent to an extensive range of traditional and modern farm buildings. The land at Daies extends to 438.71 acres (177.54 hectares) or thereby in total and enjoys good access from the public road network. LOT 3Land at Over Boddam, extends to 41.11 acres (16.63 hectares) comprising 1 enclosure. According to the James Hutton Institute the land is classified as Grade 3(2) and ranges from 150m and 170 metres above sea level. The land is relatively stone free and is capable of growing a wide range of crops including carrots and potatoes. The land is classified as Non LFA.LOCATIONDaies is situated approximately 9 miles south east of Huntly and 15 miles north west of Inverurie in the county of Aberdeenshire, an area well known for its fertile land. The settlement of Kennethmont which boasts a primary school and the Rannas Hall lies 1 miles to the west. Notable buildings in the vicinity include Leith Hall which was built in 1650 and is now maintained by the National Trust for Scotland and Ardmore Distillery. Secondary schooling is available at Gordon Schools in Huntly. The village of Insch lies 4.5 miles to the east and is home to the Pictish Picardy stone which is one of the oldest Pictish symbol stones understood to date from the 7th century. Overlooking the village is the remains of Dunnydeer Castle which was built in 1260 and is one the earliest tower houses in Scotland which is still in existence. Facilities include Post Office, Health Centre, part time Fire Station, Leisure Centre, Golf Course, Bowling Club, general and specialist shops. The village has a regular bus and train services being located on the main Aberdeen to Inverness route. Aberdeen is some 31 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.