Carse of Trowan Farm
Carse of Trowan Farm is an attractive mixed unit situated in a private position on the banks of the River Earn approximately 3 miles east of the village of Comrie, and 4.5 miles west of Crieff. Carse of Trowan provides an excellent opportunity to acquire a highly productive arable and livestock unit equipped with an attractive cottage and range of farm buildings and situated in a desirable area of rural Perthshire.
Nearby Comrie is a conservation village with a vibrant and friendly community with excellent local amenities including a primary school, doctor's surgery, dental surgery, bank, butcher, post office, churches, hotel, restaurant and coffee shops.
To the east lies the former market town of Crieff which offers a more extensive range of services including a supermarket, cottage hospital, further banks and veterinary surgery. The City of Perth, 22 miles to the east, has national retailers, theatre, concert hall, cinema and both rail and bus stations. Whilst there is a primary school in Comrie and a secondary school in Crieff, there are a number of private schools within about 25 miles including Glenalmond, Ardvreck, Morrisons Academy, Craigclowan, Strathallan and Kilgraston.
Carse of Trowan is situated in an accessible position just to the south of the A85 public road which links Perth to Crianlarich providing both access to Perth and the east coast, whilst to the west the road leads into the Loch Lomond & Trossachs National Park and Argyll and Bute. Scotland's major cities of Edinburgh and Glasgow are easily accessible within an hour's drive of the farm. There are a number of airports within approximately an hour, including Dundee, Edinburgh and Glasgow, all of which have regular flights to London and other international destinations. Trains run regularly from Dunblane, Stirling and Perth to London, and these include a popular sleeper service.
The surrounding countryside provides a spectacular back drop to the property and there are ample opportunities for outdoor and sporting enthusiasts. The farm is located in an area renowned for the high quality of its stock and the production of a wide variety of arable crops. The surrounding areas are also well catered for by a range of agricultural suppliers and outlets including the renowned market at Stirling Agricultural Centre which provides a first class outlet for stock reared on the farm.