The land at Carlingwell extends over 11 land parcels, totalling 137.94 acres (55.82 hectares) of mostly Grade 3(2) land with a small amount of Grade 4(1) found on the southern boundary. The land is Non-LFA but does form part …
The land at Carlingwell extends over 11 land parcels, totalling 137.94 acres (55.82 hectares) of mostly Grade 3(2) land with a small amount of Grade 4(1) found on the southern boundary. The land is Non-LFA but does form part of the Strathmore, Fife and Angus Nitrate Vulnerable Zone. It has traditionally been laid as a grass sward with rotational breaks of root vegetables for stock feed and currently combines a mixture of both permanent and temporary grassland with two fields of Kale. Potatoes have not been grown on the land for over 30 years. The fields are fully stock proof and access can be taken from the main road or by the minor road that intersects the land on the eastern boundary.
Rainfall is in the order of between 50mm and 100mm per month. The topography is undulating with a southerly aspect The land sits between 48 and 78 metres above sea level.
BASIC PAYMENT SCHEME (BPS)
The 2019 Single Application Form has been submitted to enable Basic Payment Scheme entitlements to be claimed for. For the avoidance of doubt, the 2019 payment will be retained by the vendor. The BPS entitlements are available for purchase under separate negotiation and will be allocated in proportion to the area purchased.
By appointment with the Selling Agents.
From Forfar, cross the A90 and take the A94 towards Meigle. After about 8 miles and just past the hamlet of Eassie, take the right turn at the cross roads. This road leads to a T junction with the land found directly ahead.
From Perth, take the A94 to Meigle. Just before entering Meigle, take the B954 and immediately turn right to travel on a minor road towards Kirriemuir. After approximately 5 miles the land is found on the left hand side.
A sign for Carlingwell is found at the bottom of the minor road dissecting the land.
The purchaser(s), in addition to the purchase price, will be obliged to take over and pay for at a valuation to be agreed between two valuers, one acting for each party, or an arbiter appointed by the valuers, or failing agreement as to the appointment by the President, for the time being, of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (Scottish Branch), the following:
1. All cultivations carried out in preparation for the 2019 crop valued on a labour and machinery basis.
2. All growing crops, on a seed, labour, lime, fertiliser, sprays and machinery basis with increment representing the value of the establishment and age of the growing crop.
Note: If the amount of the valuations has not been agreed on the date fixed for completion, then the purchaser shall pay to the seller such a sum as Galbraith shall certify on account at the valuation pending agreement. Should the payment not be made within seven days then the interest will become payable on outstanding monies at 5% over Bank of Scotland borrowing rate.
The sporting rights are included within the sale.
MINERAL RIGHTS AND TIMBER
The mineral rights are included in the sale. All standing and fallen timber is included in the sale.
The Carlingwell Standing Stone is a 2m high stone found in Field 1, dating from the Bronze Age. The stone has Scheduled Monument status with Historic Environment Scotland.