Bishopton Farm, Banchory-Devenick, Portlethen, AB12 4RS
Offers Over: £ 930,000
136 acres

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Bishopston Farm is located in the rural parish of Banchory- Devenick, around 4 miles west of the town of Portlethen and 8 miles south west of Aberdeen City.


Lot 1 - Land south east of Bishopston Farm extending to 8.45Ha (20.88 acres) or thereby

Offers Over £100,000

Lot 2 - Land at Bishopston Farm extending to 25.75Ha (63.63 acres) or thereby and 20kW Turbine

Offers Over £260,000

Lot 3 - Land north east of AWPR extending to 10.65Ha (26.32 acres) or thereby

Offers Over £100,000

Lot 4 - Bishopston Farmhouse, buildings including farm shop and land extending to 3.26Ha (8.06 acres) or thereby

Offers Over £400,000

Lot 5 - Land to south of Bishopston Farm

extending to 7.17Ha (17.72 acres) or thereby

Offers Over £70,000


From the Bridge of Dee roundabout at Aberdeen, take the exit onto Leggart Terrace/B9077. Continue on this road for ½ a mile before turning left where signposted ‘Banchory Devenick’. Travel along this road past Banchory-Devenick Primary School and go right at the crossroads. Continue on this road for 1 mile before turning left. Follow the road going over the bridge over the dual carriageway and Bishopston Farm is located on the right hand side. The exact location can be seen on the attached OS extract plan.


Bishopston Farm is located in the rural parish of Banchory- Devenick, around 4 miles west of the town of Portlethen and 8 miles south west of Aberdeen City. The Groat family came to Bishopston Farm in 1959 and built up the dairy herd to 180 milking cows. In 2006, the family diversified into artisan cheese making as the Devenick Dairy, selling their hand-crafted artisan cheeses at farmer markets, local and national restaurants and retailers. The Tin Coo, farm shop and café soon followed to provide an on-farm outlet and invite customers to view the milking from the café. Whilst Bishopston enjoys a rural setting, the farm is easily accessible to nearby settlements and presents an exciting diversified farm business opportunity.

A wide range of amenities and services are available in Portlethen including superstores, shops, health centre, secondary education and sporting facilities including swimming pool, tennis courts, bowling green and 18 hole golf course. Primary and nursery education is provided at Hillside School (1.5 miles). Portlethen also has a railway station with regular services to the north and south.

The subjects benefit from close proximity to excellent transport links including the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route (AWPR) and the A92. Aberdeen can be reached in under 30 minutes by car (rush hour excepted) and provides all the facilities befitting the acknowledged capital of the North Sea Oil Industry. The AWPR provides quick access to the north, south and west of the city including Aberdeen Airport which operates regular flights to London and other UK cities, as well as overseas destinations.

BPS Entitlements

BPS Entitlements are not included in the sale price but can be purchased separately . All lots BPS Region 1.

Mineral Rights and Sporting Rights

Mineral rights and sporting rights are included in the sale, insofar as they are owned.


By mutual agreement.

Local Authority

Aberdeenshire Council, Kincardine and Mearns Area Office, Viewmount, Arduthie Road, Stonehaven, AB39 2DQ



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