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Lot 1 Priorlands Farm

Inchyra, Glencarse, Perth, PH2 7LT

Offers Over £1,145,000


  • Attractive ring-fenced block of 3(1) arable land.

  • Situated on a fertile and first-class cereal growing area of open, level land between the River Tay and the Sidlaw Hills to the north.

  • About 183.96 acres (74.45 ha) in total.

DESCRIPTION

Priorlands is an attractive ring-fenced block of 3(1) arable land according to the James Hutton
Institute, extending to about 202.89 acres (82.11 hectares) in total. The land is ideally placed on the
banks of the Tay is predominantly clay …

DESCRIPTION

Priorlands is an attractive ring-fenced block of 3(1) arable land according to the James Hutton
Institute, extending to about 202.89 acres (82.11 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 1 includes the riverbank.

THE LAND
Lot 1 Priorlands Farm extends to about 183.96 acres (74.45 hectares) in total, is a ring-fenced unit lying
to the south of the A90 public road. 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. The soil is mostly made up of a mixture of clays and silts, despite the Carse of Gowrie being known for heavy clays, Priorlands benefits from more silts.
Lot 1 priorlands Farm represents an excellent opportunity for an existing and expanding arable farming unit to grow.