Land at Brownieleys, Laurencekirk, Aberdeenshire. A ring-fenced block of predominantly Grade 3.1 arable land About 126.77 acres (51.30 ha). For Sale as a Whole
Dalchork Woodlands is formed of 3 areas of productive commercial forestry extending to 78 Ha (193 acres) in a scenic Sutherland location. Mature commercial timber. Situated in an attractive and accessible location and with sporting rights included.Under Offer
RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT LANDUnder Offer
An attractive small farm with traditional farmhouse, buildings and land in a fine rural location. About 63.48 acres (25.69 hectares). 3 Reception Rooms, 5 Bedrooms, Annexe with Study, Maids Room, Bathroom. Extensive range of outbuildings. Farmhouse requiring modernisation.Under Offer
Land in the Vale of Alford, extending to 38.48 hectares (95.08 acres)
Lot 3 is located on the opposite side of the public road from Lot 1. The land extends to about 39.43 Ha (97.43 Acres) and is accompanied by the remainder of the modern farm steading.
Impressive new house site, of around 0.70 of an acre, for an exclusive family home in a prestigious location in Milltimber.Under Offer
Block of arable land split into 3 main enclosures which are classified as Grade 3.1 and 3.2 by the James Hutton Institute, and are all accessed directly via Machany Road.Under Offer
Block of highly productive arable land - 111.47 acres (Grade 3.1). Grade 3:1 Land. Good sized easily worked fields. Suitable for a wide variety of crops.Under Offer
Superb residential development site on the edge of Selkirk. About 1.8 acres with planning permission in principle for 6 plots with possibility of more. Level site with services nearby. Well placed for cycle/footpaths and Selkirk's rugby and cricket grounds.
Rare opportunity of a mid-construction contemporary family home in the popular village of Daviot. Outstanding views of Bennachie.Under Offer
Block of land extending to approximately 67.19 Acres, lying to the north and east of the holding and split into 3 enclosures. The land is classified as Grade 3.1 and 3.2 by the James Hutton Institute and is all down to arable and utilised for cereal production.