Land at Oyne Fork, Inverurie, Inverurie,
Offers Over: £ 34,000
7 acres

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From Inverurie take the A96 west for approximately 6 miles until the Oyne Fork junction onto the B9002 signposted Insch 5 miles, Kennethmont 11 miles. The gateway into the field is positioned approximately 95 metres from the junction of the B9002.
The subjects comprise one field of IACS registered land under temporary grass which extends to 2.85 hectares (7 acres) or thereby. The property has been used for sheep grazing in recent years however it would be well suited to a number of other uses. The land is accessed via a roadside gateway off the B9002 at Oyne Fork. The field boundaries are fenced with stock proof Rylock fencing with the fence to the railway line under Network Rail’s responsibly to maintain. The fencing is all in good condition. There is a natural watercourse to the north westernmost corner.
According to the Macaulay Institute for Soil Research (now James Hutton institute) the land is classified as Grade 3.2, being typical of the area and suitable for growing a moderate range of crops with high yields of barley, oats and grass.
By mutual agreement.
Local Authority
Aberdeenshire Council, Gordon House, Blackhall Road, Inverurie, AB51 3W


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