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The Land at Broomhill sits in a most attractive rural setting between the villages of Forteviot and Dunning on the southern banks of the River Earn. The land is situated about 7 miles to the south west of Perth within ...
The Land at Broomhill sits in a most attractive rural setting between the villages of Forteviot and Dunning on the southern banks of the River Earn. The land is situated about 7 miles to the south west of Perth within the productive heartland of the renowned farming area of Strathearn. The settlements of Bridge of Earn and Dunning are located close by and provide a useful range of local shops and services with a wider offering being provided in Perth. The fine countryside that surrounds Broomhill is well catered for from an agricultural point of view by a number of merchants and suppliers and the farm is serviced by a number of grain outlets within the wider farming districts. United Auctions at Stirling provides an excellent outlet for any stock reared on the farm.
The Land at Broomhill offers a unique opportunity to acquire a balanced and well managed block of arable land, situated in a renowned farming area of Perthshire. In total, the land extends to approximately 85.24 Ha (210.63 Acres). The land is general level, rising slightly from approximately 10m above sea level at its lowest point adjacent to the River Earn to 20m above sea level at its highest point to the south of the holding. The land has predominantly been classed as Grade 2 by the James Hutton Institute with a small proportion of Grade 3.2, with the remainder of the land located to the north of the river being grade 4.1. The farmland has been run as part of a mixed arable unit, and presents a highly flexible block of ground capable of producing high yields of a wide range of crops including cereals, potatoes and other winter harvested vegetables.