Land at Redhall is situated in an extremely accessible location, a short distance to the east of the City of Stirling, and only 2 miles to the north of Junction 9 of the M9 motorway, where the M80 and …
Land at Redhall is situated in an extremely accessible location, a short distance to the east of the City of Stirling, and only 2 miles to the north of Junction 9 of the M9 motorway, where the M80 and M9 converge.
The City of Stirling provides for a number of agricultural merchants along with 2 livestock markets along with a wide range of amenities.
The Land is bound wholly by the Bannock Burn on the west and is otherwise surrounded by neighbouring agricultural land and a public road to the east.
The Land at Redhall extends to a total of 50.65 Ha (125.16 Acres) of well fenced enclosures which are all classified as Grade 3.2 by The James Hutton Institute. The Land forms part of the well known Carse of Stirling soil with the generalised soil type being classified as mineral gleys which is traditionally well suited to the growth of fodder, specifically Timothy Hay, and a range of arable crops. The Land is predominantly flat in aspect lying approximately 10m above sea level, and falling away to approximately 3m above sea level down the western boundary at the Bannock Burn. The property is largely bound on the eastern side by the adopted highway known as Bannockburn Station Road which provides excellent access to the southern half of the property as well as providing access to Redhall Farm steading and the surrounding land.
METHOD OF SALE
The Land at Redhall Farm is offered for sale as a whole or in 4 lots.