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Ledlation Farm

By Kinross, Perth and Kinross, KY13 0RS

Offers Over £1,050,000


  • An attractive stock farm set in a private position with stunning views towards Loch Leven.

  • Modern three bedroom farmhouse.

  • Excellent range of modern farm buildings.

  • Productive grassland and silage ground.

  • Approx 20 Acres of woodland.

  • Renewable Energy potential.

Ledlation is an attractive stock farm with a modern farmhouse, an extensive range of modern farm buildings, and about 253.43 Acres of grazing and silage ground.
Ledlation Farmhouse
The farmhouse was built in 2011 and is located to the ...

Ledlation is an attractive stock farm with a modern farmhouse, an extensive range of modern farm buildings, and about 253.43 Acres of grazing and silage ground.
Ledlation Farmhouse
The farmhouse was built in 2011 and is located to the east of the farm buildings in an elevated position overlooking the surrounding countryside. The building is from the renowned Rob Roy suppliers of timber kit frame construction under a slate roof, and provides accommodation on two floors.
Farm Buildings
The farm buildings are located to the west of Ledlation Farmhouse and are situated in a group, they comprise:
Cattle Shed 1 24.38m x 12.19m (80 ft x 40 ft)
Steel portal frame with a concrete passage and hardcore floor under a fibre cement roof, and with self-yoking headstocks.
Shed 2 27.43m x 15.24m (90 ft x 50 ft)
Steel portal frame under a fibre cement roof with a concrete passage, concrete panels and feed barriers.
Shed 3 27.43m x 15.24m (90 ft x 50 ft)
Steel portal frame under a fibre cement roof with a concrete passage, concrete panels and feed barriers.
Silage Pit 1,600 tonnes
With a concrete floor, single concrete panel and earth walls, and effluent tank.
Lean-to Shed 32.00m x 12.80m (105 ft x 42 ft)
Steel portal frame construction under a box profile roof with concrete floor, block walls and Yorkshire boarding.
Indoor Silage Pit Shed 32.00m m x 9.14m (105 ft x 30 ft)
750 tonne pit of steel portal frame construction with concrete panels and concrete floor under box profile sheet roof.
Workshop Shed 13.41m x 6.10m (44 ft x 20 ft)
Steel portal frame shed under low box profile roof with tin side cladding, block walls and a concrete floor.
Principal Cattle Shed 42.67m x 12.29m (140 ft x 60 ft)
Built in November 2012, of steel portal frame construction under a fibre cement roof with 15 ft passage and feed barriers, concrete panels and a concrete floor. The shed provides housing for up to 120 head.
Lean-to Shed 30.05m x 12.80m (115 ft x 42 ft)
Timber frame construction under a tin roof and side cladding with a concrete floor with cattle handling pens.
General Purpose Shed 12.29m x 21.34m (60 ft x 70 ft)
Steel portal frame construction under a fibre cement roof with a concrete floor and concrete panels. Part of the roof has been damaged by a historic fire.

THE LAND
The land extends in all to about 253.43 Acres (102.56 Ha) and is predominantly located to the north and west of the farmhouse and steading with four enclosures located to the south east of the holding.
The farm is all within a ring fence with the majority being classed as grade 4 (1) and 5 (2) quality according to the James Hutton Institute for Soil Research. The land is currently divided into 30 fields, all of which have stock proof fencing and most have access to a natural water supply. The land rises from 180m at its lowest point adjacent to Touchie Mill before rising to 325m above sea level at its highest point just to the north of Arlick Hill.
There are some small belts of woodland providing shelter for livestock, with a further 16 Acre woodland block located to the west of the farm. The land is easily accessed via a network of tracks which lead from the farm drive through the steading to the north of the property.
Approximately 140 Acres is deemed ploughable with the majority having been re-seeded in the last ten years, with some of the fields having previously grown cereals. It is anticipated that the majority of the ground would be suitable for forestry planting purposes however this would be subject to the prospective purchaser obtaining the necessary consents from the Forestry Commission Scotland.