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Lot 2 Lands at Ledyatt

Lundie, Dundee, Angus, DD2 5NW

Offers Over £1,175,000


  • Productive arable and silage ground

  • Amenity woodland and rough grazing ground

  • Rural yet accessible location close to amenities

  • Good sized enclosures

  • Accessible directly off the main public road or via a network of access tracks

  • About 124.34 Ha (307.25 Acres) in total

The farmland in Lot 2 extends to approximately 124.34 Ha (307.25 Acres) in total and is located to the south of the A923. The land surrounds Ledyatt Loch and comprises a mix of productive arable and silage ground together with …

The farmland in Lot 2 extends to approximately 124.34 Ha (307.25 Acres) in total and is located to the south of the A923. The land surrounds Ledyatt Loch and comprises a mix of productive arable and silage ground together with an area of woodland forming part of Ledyatt Wood. The subjects are laid out in good sized enclosures which are readily accessible directly off the main public road or via a network of internal access tracks. The majority of the land is deemed to be ploughable and capable of arable production. The land use is split between production of fodder with the remainder down to pasture and used for grazing. The land lies between approximately 180m and 255m above sea level, and is gently sloping predominantly with a southerly aspect. There is a small area of land adjacent to the public road with a northerly aspect. The land is principally situated in one block with a section of track which leads through Ledyatt Wood connecting the land on either side of Ledyatt Loch. All of the arable and grassland has been classified as Grade 4.1 and Grade 4.2 by The James Hutton Institute with several smaller areas of pasture being classified as Grade 5. The pasture and internal tracks make the area ideal for grazing of livestock or fodder production. The land is relatively free draining in nature allowing for silage and grazing to be taken late into the year. A continuous programme of fencing, drainage and reseeding works has been undertaken to provide premium quality forage and grazing, and the majority of the fields have been cropped for cereals and potatoes in the past.