Lot 2 Borthwick Mains
Land at Borthwick Mains located in an accessible location on the banks of the Borthwick Water.
The property has a balanced combination of good silage and grazing ground. The farm extends in total to approximately 108.81 Ha (268.87 Acres) and is presently down to pasture with some 200 acres being deemed ploughable and having been cropped for grain historically.
The land lies between 137m and 198m above sea level. The majority of the land has been classified by the James Hutton Institute for Land Use and Soil Research as mainly Grade 4 (2).
The arable and silage fields are all of a good workable size and layout adjacent to the farm
steading and the public road.
The land comprises approximately 200 acres of ploughable silage ground with the remainder down to pasture. There is a small area of
woodland to the east of the farm adjacent to the property known as Woodside, with several further pockets of amenity woodland located
along the river bank providing additional shelter for livestock.
The land forms two blocks to the north and south of the public road and is accessed via field gates which lead onto the public road. The majority of the arable and silage ground has previously grown cereals, and all of the fields are well fenced with access to either a natural or mains water supply.