Land at Balgowan FarmArdwell, Stranraer, Dumfries and Galloway, South West Scotland, DG9 9NB
Offers Over £1,000,000
- ** CLOSING DATE FRIDAY 8TH MARCH AT 12 NOON **
- Productive Arable and Silage Land on the Rhins of Galloway Peninsula. Acreage 157.46 acres (63.72 hectares). High quality and highly productive arable land. Large field enclosures.
- Predominantly Grade 3(1) and Grade 3(2)
- POST CODE : DG9 9NB
SITUATION Land at Balgowan Farm is situated on the Rhins of Galloway peninsula. Ardwell is the nearest small village approximately 2 miles north of Balgowan, and Port Logan approximately 2.4 miles west is a peaceful hamlet set in a stunning coastal location with a beach, picturesque harbour, and the world’s oldest Marine Life Centre, Logan Fish Pond. Logan Botanic Gardens, Scotland’s most exotic gardens is less than 2 miles from Balgowan, where a variety of tropical plants flourish in the warmer climate, a result of the Gulf Stream being prevalent in this part of the region.METHOD OF SALELand at Balgowan Farm is offered for sale as a whole. A Farmhouse, Steading & Cottages are also available to purchase as seperate Lots / Whole Farm.The Land The Land at Balgowan Farm extends to approximately 63.72 Hectares (157.46 Acres) of highly productive arable and grassland with generous yields having been produced in recent years. The land benefits from free-draining soils and is principally classified as Grade 3(1) and 3(2), with a small area of Grade 4(2) and Grade 5(2) on the periphery of the field boundaries to the north and south, according to the James Hutton Institute. The fields are gently undulating, with those closest to the shore sloping towards sea level. The land rises from approximately 3m to 37m above sea level at its highest point and is all bound by a combination of post & wire and post & rylock fencing as well as dry stone dykes. Situated in an area with an extended growing period, the land lies to the east of the A716, following the shoreline along the coast. Access to the fields is taken direct from the A716, from the track leading to Balgowan Farmhouse, or from field to field access. There is a Core Path named New England Bay to Ardwell (Path ID – KIRK/401/1) which runs along the coastline boundary of the property. The land is served by mains water. At the centre of the southern block of land is an area of Rough Ground and Woodland, with former pheasant pens located within (the land was originally part of Logan Estate). There is a Mast Site, located in a separate pocket of land to the south of the land, on a lease to the MOD until 2027. Further details are available from the selling agent.The Land at Balgowan is renowned for being some of the most productive land in the local area. The land benefits from rough grazing and woodland areas to assist in meeting possible future environmental requirements, whilst the ploughable land is capable of producing high yields.