The land included with Lot 1 extends to a total of 22.01 Ha (54.38 Acres) or thereby and is all classified as Grade 3.2 by The James Hutton Institute. Two of the field parcels are well suited to fodder production …
The land included with Lot 1 extends to a total of 22.01 Ha (54.38 Acres) or thereby and is all classified as Grade 3.2 by The James Hutton Institute. Two of the field parcels are well suited to fodder production and the cultivation of arable crops with the field immediately to the west of the Bannock Burn being well suited for the purposes of grazing of livestock. The land benefits from direct entry from both access roads into Redhall Farm, to the north and south of the farm steading. It should be noted that approximately 2 acres of land to the immediate south of Redhall Farmhouse and steading, as shown on the lotting plan is being retained by the Seller. Temporary utilisation of this land on a seasonal basis may be agreed or negotiated on a separate basis.
Lot 1 includes 3 agricultural buildings as follows:
GP Shed/Workshop (18.80m x 11.70m)
Steel portal frame construction under a pitched corrugated fibre roof with a concrete floor, concrete block walls and box profile side cladding. The shed provides dry and secure premises for crop, fodder and machinery storage. The shed also benefits from an electricity supply.
Lean-to (18.3m x 7.76m)
Steel frame construction under a mono-pitched corrugated fibre roof with a compacted stone floor and corrugated tin side cladding.
Hay Shed (14.90m x 7.00m)
Timber pole construction under a mono-pitched timber and felt roof with a compacted stone floor and vertical timber cladding.