Bogside Farm, Fyvie, Turriff, AB53 8SY
Offers Over: £ 385,000
66 acres
Under Offer

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A small farm property comprising 3 bedroom farmhouse, range of farmbuildings and agricultural land extending to 26.58 hectares (66 acres) or thereby. For sale as a whole or in two lots.

Lot 1 
Bogside Farmhouse, Farm Buildings & 8.17Ha Land
Bogside Farmhouse provides comfortable 3-bedroom accommodation split across two levels. The house sits in a peaceful location with southern outlook across the Formartine countryside.  Oil Fired Central heading.
The internal layout is shown on the attached floor plan,  but in summary, the accommodation comprises:
Ground Floor
Living Room, Dining Kitchen, Utility Room, Shower Room, Bedroom 3 and Sunroom / Porch
First Floor
Bedroom 1, Bedroom 2 and Bathroom
An enclosed area of garden lawn is found to the front of the property whilst the surrounding yard area provides ample parking. 
Council Tax
Band E
Energy Performance Certificate
Band F
Farm Buildings
The farm buildings and yard area are located to the north and east of the farmhouse and comprise a mixture of traditional and more modern buildings.  The buildings include:
Cattle Court with lean-to - 302 sq.m
Traditional Steading - 401 sq.m
Traditional Byre - 77 sq.m
General Purpose Store - 567sq.m
Included with Lot 1 are fields 1, 2 & 3 extending to 8.17Ha (20.19 acres) or thereby. All of this agricultural land is currently in grass with the vast majority classified as grade 3(2) by the James Hutton Institute, with a very small area of grade 5 land at the southernmost point of field 3.
Lot 2 
Bare Agricultural Land 
Lot 2 comprises fields 4 to 10 of IACS registered agricultural land and extends to approximately 18.41 hectares (45.49 acres). The fields are all in grassland, presently utilised for grazing livestock and silage production but have also been under arable cropping cultivation. The land is entirely classified as grade 3(2) by the James Hutton Institute. The  land is generally flat in nature and lies at an altitude of approximately 110m to 120m  above sea level.
By arrangement
Local Authority
Aberdeenshire Council, Formartine Area Office, 29 Bridge Street, Ellon, AB41 9AA.
Private water. Private drainage. Mains electricity
BPS Entitlements not included in sale price but available by separate negotiation. All BPS Region 1 Land.  All land is NLFA

Bogside Farm enjoys a peaceful rural setting within Aberdeenshire.  The nearby village of Methlick provides a convenience store with Post Office, filling station, garage, hotel, and an agricultural engineering business.  The village has a strong sense of community with centrally located church and village hall, heritage society, youth groups and various sporting interests including Methlick Cricket Club. Nearby Haddo House is one of the most important properties in the ownership of The National Trust for Scotland and the adjoining Haddo House Hall is the venue for regular concerts, operas and plays. The surrounding country park  provides excellent walks and is the venue for various events throughout the year.  
The local primary school is at Barthol Chapel (1 mile away) with secondary education available in Oldmeldrum. The market town of Oldmeldrum provides a range of shops,  services, two 18 hole golf courses and is home to the Glen Garioch Distillery. 
A number of  supermarkets and a wide range of other shops, services and amenities are available in Inverurie including a train station on the Aberdeen to Inverness line. 
The City of Aberdeen can be reached in less than 45 minutes (rush hour excepted) and provides a theatre, two universities and shopping facilities far surpassing most other cities of its size. In addition, Aberdeen has a mainline railway station providing inter-city and sleeper services to the south and also an airport operating regular flights to London and other UK cities, as well as overseas destinations.


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