A productive block of grassland on the periphery of the harbour village of Port Logan, Stranraer. The land lies in the climatically favoured southwest corner of Scotland which is known for its mild climate and long growing season influenced by …
A productive block of grassland on the periphery of the harbour village of Port Logan, Stranraer. The land lies in the climatically favoured southwest corner of Scotland which is known for its mild climate and long growing season influenced by the Gulf Stream.
It is located for easy access to Sandhead (7 miles), Stranraer (14 miles) and Cairnryan (20 miles), with Newton Stewart accessible within a 45 minute drive.
The neighbouring village of Sandhead, approximately 7 miles north has a shop and post office, church, hotel, pub and restaurant, and primary school. The town of Stranraer offers a wider range of amenities including shopping, restaurants, leisure centre and secondary school. The port of Cairnryan, just over 6 miles from Stranraer, has two ferry operators running passenger and freight services to Northern Ireland.
About 74.95 acres of productive agricultural land, rising from 1m to 60m above sea level. The land is in excellent heart and has grown cereal crops in recent years. It is capable of yields at least 3 tonnes of barley to the acre. The land is classified as predominantly 3(2), with smaller areas of 4(2) and 5(3) by the James Hutton Institute Land Capability Classification. The lands of Muldaddie are serviced by a private access road (shown coloured green on the plan) over which there is a heritable servitude right of access. The fields are well fenced and benefit from mains water supply.
METHOD OF SALE
The Land is offered for sale as a whole.
All the farmland is registered for IACS purposes and the vendors would be willing to transfer 27.23 entitlements along with the land.
NITRATE VULNERABLE ZONE (NVZ)
The Land at Muldaddie is not included within a Nitrate Vulnerable Zone.
LESS-FAVOURED AREA SUPPORT SCHEME (LFASS)
All of the land has been designated as being within a Less Favoured Area.