Corskellie Farm, Rothiemay, Huntly, AB54 7NA
Offers Over: £ 2,300,000

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A prime mixed livestock / arable unit in close proximity to Rothiemay, Huntly with two impressive farmhouses, extensive range of modern farm buildings, and productive arable farmland extending to 165Ha (408 acres) or thereby. For sale as a whole with vacant possession.
Corskellie Farmhouse is a 6-bedroom modern farmhouse of stone under pitched slate roof situated in an elevated position with views out over the Deveron valley.  The farmhouse provides spacious family accommodation over two floors. The internal layout can be seen on the floor plan but in summary the accommodation comprises:
Ground Floor
Vestibule, Hall, Lounge, Dining Room, Study/Office, Large Kitchen/Family Area, Utility Room and Bathroom:
First Floor:
Master Bedroom with Dressing Room, Bedroom 2 with En-suite, Bedroom 3, Bedroom 4, Bedroom 5, Bedroom 6 and Bathroom
Council Tax
Band F
Energy Performance Certificate
Band E
A large, enclosed garden with front driveway encompasses the house with a former walled garden to the west. Useful garage facilities, workshop, coal shed and kennels are located at the rear of the house.
Farm Buildings
The farm buildings at Corskellie comprise two extensive blocks on either side of the minor public road.  The more traditional buildings at Corskellie are located to the south, with an impressive modern range of buildings and silage pit located to the north.
Corskellie farm buildings extend to approximately 8,441 sq.m including the following farm buildings/structures:
Extensive Cattle Courts - 126m x 36m & 30m x 30m
Silage Pit - 40m x 30m
Pole Barn/Pens - 24m x 16m
Slatted Court 1 - 30m x 11m
Slatted Court 2 - 30m x 11m
Traditional Stone Steading and Byres - 1,714 sq.m
The IACS registered farmland at Corskellie extends to 164.90Ha (407.67 acres) or thereby as per the attached cropping summary. The land rises from approximately 80m to 205m above sea level. According to the Macaulay Institute for Soil Research, Corskellie land is predominantly classed as Grade 3(2) with an area of 3(1) land adjacent to the River Deveron in fields 17, 23, and 34.  All Corskellie farmland qualifies for LFA(SD) support.
It will be an express condition of sale that the purchaser takes on the remainder of the Scottish Rural Development Programme Rural Priorities Rural Development Contract from the seller, relating to woodlands created in 2010 (Field 8 only).  This will necessitate the completion of a SGRPID successor form in conjunction with the sellers agent within 3 months from the date of entry.
Corskellie Farm benefits from an additional modern 4-bedroom residential property known as Roualeyn.  This attractive north east facing dwelling is set within its own private grounds, with private driveway and garden area    surrounded by mature trees. Roualeyn is a bright and spacious one and a half storey dwelling in good condition and specification enjoying a scenic outlook across Corskellie farmland. The property benefits from an integrated garage and a sun lounge on the eastern gable. 
The internal layout can be seen on the floor plan but in summary the accommodation comprises:
Ground Floor:
Utility Room, Kitchen, Bathroom, Lounge, Sun Lounge, Bedroom 3, Bedroom 4, Vestibule
First Floor:
Bedroom 1 with En-suite, Bedroom 2, Study Area.
Council Tax
Band D
Energy Performance Certificate
Band C

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