The land at Woodhill sits immediately to the south of the hamlet of Ballintuim and some 10 miles north-west of Blairgowrie in the pretty and highly productive County of Perthshire. Bridge of Cally is found a short distance to …
The land at Woodhill sits immediately to the south of the hamlet of Ballintuim and some 10 miles north-west of Blairgowrie in the pretty and highly productive County of Perthshire. Bridge of Cally is found a short distance to the south with a village shop and hotel whilst Blairgowrie offers a broader range of services. Perth lies about 26 miles to the south and provides extensive facilities including national retailers, banks and railway station.
Perthshire is well served by agricultural merchants and dealers and there is a successful local machinery ring which can provide additional resources, as and when required. There are livestock markets in Stirling and Forfar.
The land at Woodhill extends to about 125.53 acres (50.79 ha) and lies immediately to the south-west of the A924 road on the edge of Ballintuim. It is down to grass with good sized enclosures together with woodland areas and the River Ardle running through. The land lies from 174 meters to 195 meters above sea level and is classified as predominately Grade 4.1 with a small area as Grade 4.2 by the James Hutton Institute. The fields are all of a good workable size, enclosed by fencing which is predominately stock-proof. Most of the fields benefit from water via natural sources.
The land at Woodhill is available for sale as a whole or in three lots:-
The land of Lot 3 extends to approximately 31.89 acres (12.90 ha) and comprises two permanent pasture fields and a block of mature mixed woodland. To the south is Toll Cottage, which has in recent years been utilised as a farm office. It lies to the north of the River Ardle and has a harled exterior under a slate roof and comprises three rooms. Access to the land is via the access track running to the south from the A924.