Priorlands is an attractive ring-fenced block of 3(1) arable land according to the James Hutton Institute, extending to about 203.37 acres (82.30 hectares) in total. The land is ideally placed on the banks of the Tay is predominantly clay …
Priorlands is an attractive ring-fenced block of 3(1) arable land according to the James Hutton Institute, extending to about 203.37 acres (82.30 hectares) in total. The land is ideally placed on the banks of the Tay is predominantly clay type soil. 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 of wheat. Lot 2 includes the riverbank.
A traditional farmhouse which was fully renovated in 2010 to a very high standard, is centrally situated in the land with adjacent modern agricultural sheds. The farmhouse extends to 4 bedrooms and has been designed to enjoy some excellent modern living space. Large bi-folding patio doors allow for an easy transition from indoor to outdoor space.
The south facing decking area provides a superb outside dining/BBQ area with a quick link to the kitchen offering ease when entertaining. The house is perfectly sized to offer the ideal mixture of modern living with traditional features for a family home.
The house comes with a home office, excellently equipped modern kitchen/dining room which enjoys fantastic views out across the farm and to the Carse beyond, and can be even further enjoyed from the addition of the decking area. Wonderfully connecting the traditional kitchen space to the sun room, wonderful to enjoy all year round which has been added on during the renovation. The house is accompanied with a fantastically well-kept predominantly grass lawn garden, stretching around the house from the west through to the east.
Priorlands Farm extends to about 203.37 acres (82.30 hectares) in total, is a ring-fenced unit lying to the south of the A90 public road with a farm track leading directly to the farmhouse and buildings. The land is principally classified as Grade 3(1) by the James Hutton Institute with the fields all benefiting from a south-facing aspect. The land rises from approximately 3m above sea level. The average rainfall for the region is between 27.5” to 30” (699mm-762mm). The fields are of a good practical size, predominantly enclosed by fences and hedges, mainly accessed via the internal farm track with further excellent field-to-field accesses.
METHOD OF SALE
Priorlands Farm is offered for sale as a whole or in 4 lots. Please note Lot 1 will not be sold prior to the sale of Lots 2 and 3.
Priorlands Farmhouse is a refurbished traditional stone built farmhouse under a slated roof enjoying a southerly aspect. The accommodation over two floors comprises:
Porch, office, shower room, utility room, kitchen/dining room, sitting room, sunroom
Master bedroom, Jack/Jill, bedroom 2, bedroom 3, bedroom 4, bathroom
The garden lies to the south and west of the farmhouse.
Priorlands Farm is equipped with a couple of modern agricultural sheds. The buildings lie to the north-east of the farmhouse with a sizeable yard area adjacent to both buildings. The farm buildings comprise:
General purpose shed 1 (18m x 15m)
Steel portal frame construction under box profile roof walls and cladding, concrete floor, encompassed a workshop and would be capable of grain storage or conversion to alternative uses such as stables of small business use.
General purpose shed 2 (11m x 11m)
Timber frame construction under a tin roof with wooden walls and cladding.
The land is a well sized block of arable land extending to approx. 23.77 acres (9.62 hectares) in total with the house and buildings sitting within the south west corner of the lot.
There is a pre-existing clawback on Field 3 for 70% of uplift on development value. For further details please contact the selling agents.
Lot 2 is the largest block of bare arable land that runs towards the south of lots 1 and 2 reaching the river Tay extending to approx. 126.56 acres (51.22 hectares) in total.
Lot 3 is a well-proportioned single field block of bare arable situated west of Lot 1 extending to approx 39.31 acres (15.91 hectares) in total.
Lot 4 is a block of mixed native woodland positioned to the East of Lot 1 and north of Lot 3, extending to approx. 13.71 acres (5.55 hectares) in total. The woodland is currently in a Farm Woodland Premium Scheme (FWPS) which is due to end after January 2025. The woodland requires to be managed until this date.
For the avoidance of doubt, a 3m strip is being retained on the western boundary.
The Vendors will be seeking a clawback agreement of 30% on any uplift in development value, in perpetuity, on the land at Lot 4. For further details please contact the selling agents.