Craigton Farm lies immediately to the north-west of the village of Powmill and approximately 2 miles to the south-west of Crook of Devon in the county of Kinross-shire. Kinross lies approximately 6 miles to the east and provides an excellent …
Craigton Farm lies immediately to the north-west of the village of Powmill and approximately 2 miles to the south-west of Crook of Devon in the county of Kinross-shire. Kinross lies approximately 6 miles to the east and provides an excellent range of day-to-day services including supermarket, independent retailers, secondary school, doctors surgery and Post Office whilst the village of Crook of Devon provides a village shop and a primary school. Dollar lies some 7 miles distant to the north-west of Craigton Farm with a good array of services together with Dollar Academy, a private co-educational school that takes primary and secondary day pupils and boarders. Further private schools include Morrison’s Academy and Ardvreck both in Crieff, Strathallan, Kilgraston and Craigclowan close to Perth, whilst Glenalmond lies slightly further north beyond Perth. Edinburgh can be reached in about a 40 minute journey by car to the south-east and provides extensive city amenities including its international airport and Waverley train station providing regular services south.
Kinross, also located nearby, offers a leisure centre, doctors’ surgery and a secondary school at Loch Leven Community Campus. Kinross has some beautiful walking and cycling paths with the Loch Leven Trails offering walking and cycling heritage trails around the shoreline of Loch Leven. The Kinross golf courses, The Montgomery and The Bruce are wonderful parkland courses with views of the West Lomond Hills.
Craigton Farm is a most delightful holding extending to some 112.63 acres (45.58 ha) with a bungalow, permanent pasture fields and woodlands.
The land ranges between 120m and 134m above sea level and is classified principally as Grade 3(2) with a small area of Grade 4(1) all as classified by the James Hutton Institute. The fields are either level or gently sloping, are of a good workable size and accessed either directly from the farm track or through an internal network of gates. The farm has been run as a stock unit for a number of years with a grazing tenant.
The land can be classified as follows:
Permanent Pasture - 86.41 acres (34.97 Ha)
Woodland - 20.63 acres (8.35 Ha)
Other - 5.59 acres (2.26 Ha)
LOT 1 – Craigton Farm
About 104.82 acres (42.42 ha)
Craigton Farm (Lot 1) extends to approximately 104.82 acres and is principally down to permanent pasture, split into 9 fields with two woodland areas. The largest woodland area lies to the south of the farm and runs along the Gairney Glen with a second woodland lying on the eastern side of the farm. The fields are all fenced with some serviced by water troughs.
Lot 2 – The Bungalow
The Bungalow lies to the west of Craigton Farm and is reached by a farm track. It enjoys a principally westerly outlook and sits within its own garden ground. A paddock lies to the east.
The Bungalow provides two double bedrooms both benefiting from fitted wardrobes. The generously sized sitting room has views over the land and down towards Gairney Glen. The kitchen has a range of wall and base units, a breakfast bar and plumbing for a slim line dishwasher. A utility room is located off the kitchen which includes a work surface, sink with cupboard below, plumbing for a washing machine and the oil fired boiler. The bathroom has a three piece white suite with a shower above the bath and there is an additional separate WC. The Bungalow benefits from double glazing throughout. The garden is laid to lawn with ample parking and a timber built shed.
The Bungalow benefits from its own paddock lying to the west of the subjects and extending to about 7.69 acres. It is down to permanent pasture and enclosed by a fence.