The land at The Croft is situated adjacent to the village of Kinrossie within the fertile Vale of Strathmore. Historically the land was utilised by a number of small holders. However, in more recent years the land has predominately ...
The land at The Croft is situated adjacent to the village of Kinrossie within the fertile Vale of Strathmore. Historically the land was utilised by a number of small holders. However, in more recent years the land has predominately been utilised for cereals, soft fruit and potato production. The majority of the land is gently undulating and ranges from
132 m to 145 m above sea level. The soils are a mixture of brown earth and podzol soil and all the land is designated by the James Hutton Institute as Class 3. The average rainfall for the area is approximately 800 1,000 mm per annum.
Access to the fields is off the public highway or via private access tracks.
The subjects of sale are situated approximately 7 miles to the north-east of Perth in close proximity to the A94.
Heading from Perth on A94 signposted Coupar Angus, follow the road for approximately 6½ miles, turning right signposted Kinrossie. In the village of Kinrossie turn left along Mercat Green, the southern field is located on the right hand side and the northern fields are then located on your left hand side.
McNabs, 10 Barossa Place, Perth, PH1 5JX, Telephone No: 01738 623432
Perth and Kinross Council, Pullar House, 35 Kinnoull Street, Perth, PH1 5GD
Telephone No: 01738 475000
BASIC PAYMENT SCHEME (BPS)
The 2016 Single Application Form has been submitted to enable Basic Payment Scheme entitlements to be established. The seller will enter into discussions with the purchaser to transfer the right to receive the Basic Payment Scheme (BPS) entitlements in proportion to the area purchased.
All the farmland is registered for IACS purposes. The holding number is 668/0006.
RIGHT OF PRE-EMPTION
The land at The Croft, Kinrossie is currently subject to a right of pre-emption in favour of Dunsinane Estate.