Land at Dyke Farm

Slamannan, Falkirk, FK1 3DR

Offers Over £225,000

70.57 acres

  • Productive block of Grade 5.3, 4.2 and 4.1 pasture and grazing land
  • Accessible location close to the M8 and M9 motorways
  • Excellent links to Stirling and Glasgow
  • Land with longer term forestry potential (subject to planting approvals)
  • About 28.56 Ha (70.57 Acres) in total
  • For Sale as a Whole or in 2 lots

SITUATIONThe Land at Dyke Farm is situated just ½ a mile to the north of the popular settlement of Slamannan and approximately 5.5 miles south west of the town of Falkirk. The Land at Dyke Farm is conveniently located within Central Scotland only a short distance from all main arterial routes including the M9 and M8 motorways allowing swift access to Glasgow, Stirling and Edinburgh.The surrounding area is well catered for by established agricultural contractors and suppliers alongside excellent and ever growing equestrian and agricultural outlets at Stirling Agricultural Centre about 22 miles to the north west of the property.DESCRIPTIONThe Land at Dyke Farm comprises a mix of pasture and grazing land. The land has historically been used for sheep and cattle grazing and extends to about 28.56 Ha (70.57 Acres) in total. The land is of a southerly aspect and rises from 163m on the south western boundary to 180m above sea level at its highest point on the northern boundary of the land holding. The enclosures can be accessed directly from the B803. The land is principally classified by the James Hutton Institute as Grade 5.3 and 4.2 with a small area of Grade 4.1 on the south westerly boundary.METHOD OF SALEThe Land at Dyke Farm is offered for sale a whole or in 2 Lots, as follows:LOT 1 - ABOUT 12.78 HA (31.58 ACRES)The land in Lot 1 is located to the west of the subjects of sale, and is accessed directly from the B803 and extends in total to about 12.78 Ha (31.58 Acres).LOT 2 ABOUT 15.78 HA (38.99 ACRES)The land in Lot 2 is located to the east of the subjects of sale, with access provided through a field gate which leads from the B803 to the north west of the adjacent field within Lot 1. The land is all down to pasture and has been used for grazing purposes.