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Lot 2 Mains Of Boquhan

Kippen, Stirling, Stirlingshire, FK8 3JQ

Offers Over £635,000


  • A first class range of modern agricultural buildings

  • High profile location on the A811 linking Stirling to Balloch

  • Excellent links to Stirling, M9/M80 and larger populations and beyond

  • Productive block of Grade 3.2 arable land

LOT 2 – MODERN AGRICULTURAL BUILDINGS AND ABOUT 45.31 HA (111.96 ACRES) OF FARMLAND

Agricultural Buildings at Mains of Boquhan Farm
Mains of Boquhan benefits from an excellent range of modern farm buildings situated to the east of ...

LOT 2 – MODERN AGRICULTURAL BUILDINGS AND ABOUT 45.31 HA (111.96 ACRES) OF FARMLAND

Agricultural Buildings at Mains of Boquhan Farm
Mains of Boquhan benefits from an excellent range of modern farm buildings situated to the east of the farmhouse and accessed via a private farm road. The approximate construction and dimensions
are as follows:

Cattle Shed 1 (38.94m x 28.76m) of steel portal frame construction under a box profile roof and
Ventair side cladding with a concrete feed passage and concrete floor. There are concrete panels surrounding each of the elevations.

Cattle Shed/GP Store (38.94m x 9.96m) of steel portal frame construction under a box profile roof and side sheeting with a concrete floor. There are number of feed barriers, and purpose built bullpens and cattle handling facilities within the building.

Modern Store (38.94m x 28.25m) of steel portal frame construction under a box profile roof and side
cladding with a concrete floor and concrete panel walls. There is a large shutter roller door and personnel doors on the northern gable of the shed.

Lean to (11.31m x 6.90m) of steel portal frame construction under a box profile roof and side
cladding with a concrete floor.

Machinery Shed (23.10m x 15.14m) of steel portal frame construction under a corrugated roof and side
cladding with block walls and a hardstanding floor.
There is a large area of hard standing surrounding the buildings which is currently used for fodder storage.

FARMLAND
The farmland in Lot 2 extends to 42.58 Ha (105.22 Acres). The land is classified as being Grade 3.2 by the James Hutton Institute indicating that the land is well suited for fodder production growing other crops such as cereals. The land is generally level in aspect situated approximately 14m above sea level. All of the land has been classified as Region 1 for the purposes of the Basic Payment Scheme (BPS).