Glenlatterach Farm

Birnie, Elgin, Moray, IV30 8RR

Offers Over £1,000,000

337.7 acres

  • 72.1 acres (29.18 ha) temporary grass
  • 123.99 acres (50.18 ha) permanent pasture
  • 20.83 acres (8.43 ha) rough grazings
  • 111.61 acres (45.17 ha) woodland
  • Useful lambing shed / outbuilding
  • Close to a wide range of amenities
  • Significant natural capital opportunities

DESCRIPTIONThe land at Glenlatterach Farm extends to about 137.46 ha (339.6 acres) and in recent years has been farmed as a single unit with land let for summer grazings or silage / hay production on a seasonal basis by two separate local farmers. The ground includes a mix of good quality temporary grass, permanent pasture, rough grazings and extensive areas of amenity woodland. in essence Glenlatterach farm forms an attractive mix of land uses offering agricultural, amenity and natural capital opportunities.The farm has a rolling and predominantly northerly aspect sloping from a high point of about 190 a.s.l at the southernmost part of the farm near the Glenlatterach Dam to the lower lying land at some 100m a.s.l. near Easterton. Divided between xx separate enclosures of varying sizes, the better quality land is located to the south whilst the rougher grazings and permanent pastures are located on the northern half of the farm. The land can be accessed from a private track which leads to the public road near the Glenlatterach Water Treatment Works whilst the fencing across the holding will be in a mixed state.The majority of the land has been classified by the John Hutton Institute - Land Capability for Agriculture as grades 3(2) with the land reducing in quality in the lower lying wetter areas to the north which are classified as grade 4(2). In addition, there is a suseful 25m x 17m steel portal framed lambing shed providing excellent storage.Glenallachie Farm is a most attractive mixed use farm offering a variety of potential opportunities including agricultural, woodland creation and sporting.