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The land at Duncrub Park lies to the north-west of Dunning, a conservation village with local amenities, in the County ofPerthshire. The City of Perth lies some 9 miles to the north whilst Stirling lies approximately 26 miles to ...
The land at Duncrub Park lies to the north-west of Dunning, a conservation village with local amenities, in the County ofPerthshire. The City of Perth lies some 9 miles to the north whilst Stirling lies approximately 26 miles to the west. The world
renowned Gleneagles Hotel lies approximately 10 miles to the west.Both Glasgow and Edinburgh can be reached in approximately one
hours journey by car.
The land at Duncrub Park extends to approximately 139.81 acres(56.58 ha). The land is predominantly arable which extends to104.97 acres (42.48 hectares) with a further 34.84 acres (14.10
ha) comprising woodland. The land is predominantly flat and is between 40m and 50m above sea level. The soils are from the Balrownie Association comprising mainly brown forest soils. All the
land is designated by the James Hutton Institute as Class 3. The average rainfall for the area is approximately 800mm 1,000 mm
The land at Duncrub Park has traditionally been farmed as an arable operation with a range of crops grown from cereals through to potatoes, vegetables and table fruit. In addition, there are some
small areas of grassland which provide grazing pastures and silage land. A cropping schedule is included on the back page of these
The woodland is a mix of immature and mature trees, principally broad leaf coniferous. There are still 5/6 years of woodland grant scheme payments outstanding. Further information can be
provided to interested parties.
Access to the fields is off the public highway (B9141 & B8062) or via private access tracks.
LOT 1: A block of arable and pasture land extending to approximately 62.69 acres (25.37 ha). There is one permanent pasture field extending to about 3.93 acres (1.59 ha), with the remainder of the
land being arable.
LOT 2: A mixed block of woodland extending to 25.43 acres (10.29 ha). Although the woodland is mostly immature, there is some mature stock. There is an existing Woodland Grant Scheme payment of £2,047 per annum which expires in 2020.
LOT 3: An attractive block of arable and woodland extending, in total, to 29.63 acres (11.99 ha). The arable land extends to 20.21acres (8.18 ha) whilst the woodland extends to 9.42 acres (3.81 ha)
of mostly mature conifer trees. There is an existing Woodland Grant Scheme payment of £503.70 per annum which expires in 2022.
LOT 4: A single arable field extending to approximately 22.07 acres
The subjects for sale are situated on the north-west edge of the village of Dunning, approximately 2 miles south of the A9 dualcarriageway.
Heading from Perth on A9 towards Stirling, follow the road for approximately 7 miles, turning left onto the B9141 signposted Dunning. After approximately 1.5 miles and before reaching the village of Dunning, the Land at Duncrub Park is located on your right-hand side.
Strictly by appointment with the Selling Agents, CKD Galbraith.