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Lands Of Barlosh - Lot 1

By Ochiltree, East Ayrshire, KA18 2QS

Offers Over £250,000


  • Lot 1 62.54 acres of ploughable grassland.

  • Prior notification submitted for an agricultural building.

  • A holding in its own right or a useful add on block.

Lands of Barlosh is situated in a rural location in East Ayrshire close to the A70.

The nearby town of Ochiltree has a small range of services whilst the market town of Ayr offers a wider range of shops, retails …

Lands of Barlosh is situated in a rural location in East Ayrshire close to the A70.

The nearby town of Ochiltree has a small range of services whilst the market town of Ayr offers a wider range of shops, retails outlets and services including secondary schooling and the local Craig Wilson livestock market at Whitefordhill.

The land lies to the south of the A70 and north of the B7046, south west of Ochiltree and is divided into 10 field parcels varying in size.

The land is predominantly classified as a mixture of Grade 3(2) and Grade 4(2) with a small area of Grade 4(1). Grade 3(2) land is classed as land capable of average production, though high yields of barley, oats and grass can be obtained.

The unit is ring-fenced and accessible through Barlosh Farm Steading. There is a right of access across the road from point A to B on the plan for Lot 1. The land is principally classified as Grade 3(2) and 4(2) by the James Hutton Institute and has been in arable crops within the last 10 years but is currently laid to pasture. The land rises from approximately 125m to 155m above sea level at its highest point. The fields are in good heart and are supplied by a natural water supply whilst the boundaries comprise of post and wire fencing and stone dykes.

A prior notification has been submitted for the erection a steel portal frame agricultural building on Lot 1 as per the enclosed plan.

Subject to an Agricultural Labour Justification report and obtaining the necessary planning consents, the purchaser(s) may be able to erect a dwellinghouse.

All the farmland is registered for IACS purposes and the farm code is 69/189/0006.

Lands of Barlosh is not within a Nitrate Vulnerable Zone.

Basic Payment Entitlement was established on 15th May 2015. 62.54 Ha of Region 1 entitlements are available for sale by separate negotiation with further details being obtainable from the Selling Agent.

Any payments relating to the 2020 scheme year will be retained by the Seller. If applicable, the purchaser(s) will be responsible upon occupation of the subjects of sale to comply fully with the Statutory Management requirements to maintain the farmland in Good Agricultural and Environmental Condition (GAEC) as laid down under the Cross Compliance rules of the Basic Payment Scheme (BPS) 2019 for the remainder of the scheme year.

All of the land has been designated as being within a Less-Favoured Area.

From Ayr take the A70 through Coylton towards Ochiltree. Before entering Ochiltree turn right at the crossroads onto the B7046 signposted for Skares. Carry along this road for approximately 1 mile then turn right onto an unnamed farm track and the land is on your right approximately 1 mile down this track. Alternatively stay on the B7046 for a further ½ mile taking the right hand turn at Burton. After ½ mile take a right towards Barlosh Farm, the land is situated beyond the steading.

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KA18 2QS