Land At Priorlands and Cairnie Mill
The land is situated just off the A90, Perth to Dundee trunk road. Approaching from Perth, leave the A90 following the signpost to St. Madoes. Cross over the flyover.
Approaching from Dundee, continue under the overpass and take the turn-off for St. Madoes.
The subjects are situated to the east of Perth on a fertile and first-class cereal growing
area of open, level land between the River Tay and the Sidlaw Hills to the north. The farm lies about 6 miles east of Perth close to the village of St. Madoes. Traditionally the area is noted for the wide range of crops that can be grown and the high yields which are obtained. The Land at Priorlands and Cairnie Mill is situated on the best of this land.
This is a most attractive and colourful area of Perthshire. Perth itself, one of Scotland's
most prominent country cities, is a Cittaslow, Scotland's first slow city. Perth has excellent communications with a mainline railway station and a fantastic network of roads leading to the major cities in Scotland all lying within approximately one hour's drive. From Edinburgh airport there are regular shuttle flights to London and departures to various European countries.
Dundee also has its own airport which
serves London, Birmingham and Belfast.
This attractive area is renowned for its productive and fertile farmland.
This is a rare opportunity to purchase Grade 3(1) land in Perthshire. The holding could be used in conjunction with an existing arable unit or lternatively offers potential for equestrian use or small business use.
The Land at Priorlands and Cairnie Mill is a ring-fenced block of Grade 3(1) arable land. The land is all non-LFA and has traditionally grown cereals. Previously, cereals and peas have all been grown successfully on the land. Optimum growing conditions result in yields of up to 3 tonnes per acre of spring barley and over 4 tonnes per acre
Lot 1 includes the riverbank.
Further land on Priorlands may be available for purchase and any interested parties
should contact the agent for more details.
The new access to be formed (shaded yellow on the plan) will be retained by the vendor with a deed of servitude being granted for all agricultural purposes. The vendor will have no maintenance obligations on all rights of access being granted.
Rainfall is in the order of 27.5" to 30" (699-762mm). The typography is generally flat with Lot 2 rising slightly with a southerly aspect. The land is 3m above sea level.
The vendor may call upon the purchaser to erect a march stock-proof fence along the northern boundary of Lot 2 at the purchaser's expense.
BASIC PAYMENT SCHEME (BPS)
The 2017 Single Application Form has been submitted to enable Basic Payment Scheme entitlements to be claimed. For the avoidance of doubt, the 2017 payment will be due to the vendor. The BPS entitlements are available under separate negotiation and will be allocated in proportion to the area purchased.