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Lot 1 Land At Devonside Farm

Saline, Dunfermline, Fife, KY12 9LN

Offers Over £185,000


  • Productive block of arable and pasture ground

  • Private position with picturesque outlook over the surrounding countrysid

  • Rural yet accessible location close to amenities and the M90

  • About 26.27 Ha (64.91 Acres) in total

GENERAL
Land at Devonside Farm enjoys an attractive rural location situated on the outskirts of the village of Saline within an accessible area of West Fife. Nearby Saline provides a number of day to day amenities include primary schooling, a …

GENERAL
Land at Devonside Farm enjoys an attractive rural location situated on the outskirts of the village of Saline within an accessible area of West Fife. Nearby Saline provides a number of day to day amenities include primary schooling, a local shop and a church.

Land at Devonside Farm is located in a highly accessible location with the M90 to the east providing quick access to both Edinburgh and the North. There is a nearby Park and Ride service at Halbeath, with regular express coach services to Edinburgh, Glasgow and Dunfermline. There are train stations at Dunfermline, Rosyth and Inverkeithing with services to both Haymarket and Edinburgh Waverley as well as a further Park and Ride Service. Edinburgh Airport is situated on the periphery of the City and has a wide range of domestic and international fights.

The agricultural nature of the area ensures it is well provided for by a number of established agricultural merchants and contractors, and local machinery dealerships. There are two livestock markets within just over a half hour’s drive of the farm in Stirling 18 miles to the west.

LOT 1 - PASTURE LAND ABOUT 26.27 HA (64.91 ACRES)
The land in Lot 1 is situated to the north of the public road and extends to approximately 26.27 Ha (64.91 Acres) in total. The land is down to pasture and is currently utilised for grazing and fodder production. The land has been classified as predominantly Grade 3.2 with some areas of Grade 4.1/4.2 and 5.3 by The James Hutton Institute. The farmland is gently sloping in aspect rising from 109m to 125m above sea level at its highest point. The land is accessed directly from a private track which connects with the public road to the south. The purchaser of Lot 1 will also benefit from a right of vehicle access over the route A-B as shown on the sale plan.