Kirkton Farm, Golspie, KW10 6TA
Offers Over: £2,000,000
569 acres

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An excellent mixed arable and livestock farm extending to 230Ha (569 acres) or thereby.  For sale as a whole or 2 lots with vacant possession. 

Lot 1 Kirkton Farm (South): Property and Land to south of A9 including 2 Cottages, Farmbuildings and Farmland extending to 157Ha (388 acres) or thereby. 

Lot 2 Kirkton Farm (North): Land to north of A9 extending to 72Ha (178 acres) or thereby.






By appointment with the selling agents: ABERDEEN & NORTHERN ESTATES - Tel: 01467 623800 


From Inverness take the A9 north for approximately 48 miles. Kirkton Farm is located just after crossing the Mound across  the River Fleet and prior to reaching Golspie with Kirton farmland on both sides of the A9 as per the attached OS extract plan.


Kirkton Farm is situated just outside the village of Golspie, which has a long sandy beach and a great number of scenic walks.  The village has its own Golf Course, Bowling Club and Swimming Pool with fitness facilities.  There is a good range of services including several hotels, B&Bs, guest houses, doctors, dentist, fish merchants and butchers.  Primary and Secondary education is provided in Golspie.  There is also a train station in Golspie providing regular services north and south to Inverness. Dunrobin Castle is situated just north of the village offering popular tours of the Castle and Gardens.

The Royal Burgh of  Dornoch with its historic Cathedral is only 10 miles away, whilst Tain at 15 miles in distance provides a larger choice of supermarkets and retail shops.  There are a wide range of outdoor activities in the locality including  fishing, sailing, walking and mountaineering.

The city of Inverness, the cultural capital of the Scottish Highlands is approximately 50 miles south with its International Airport located 9 miles east of the city. 

Local Authority

Highland Council—Glenurquhart Road, Inverness IV3 5NX  01349 886608


By agreement

Mineral Rights

Included in sale in so far as they are owned.

Sporting Rights

Sporting rights are in-hand and included in the sale.

BPS Entitlements

BPS Entitlements not included in sale price but available by separate negotiation.


Prospective purchasers should note that unless their interest in the property is formally intimated to the selling agents following inspection, the agents cannot guarantee that notice of a closing date for offers will be advised and consequently the property may be sold without notice.


Lot 1: Kirkton Farm (South)

1 Kirkton Cottage (117 sq m)

This property has been fully renovated and newly decorated in 2020/21 providing fresh attractive 2-bed accommodation as per attached layout plan. Oil Fired Central Heating

2 Kirkton Cottage (117 sq m)

Detached cottage provides further 2 bedroom accommodation with kitchen, living room and bathroom.


Mains Electricity, Mains Water, Private Drainage, Telephone.

Council Tax                Energy Performance Certificate

No 1.    C                      G (to be updated at completion of works)

No 2.    C                      E

Farm buildings and Yard

Located at the centre of Kirkton Farm is an extensive range of general purpose storage and livestock accommodation  providing approximately 3082 sqm of versatile farm building accommodation.  In summary the buildings include:

· General Purpose Store (21.2m x 20.8m)

· Traditional U shaped steading (22.3m x 5.9m, 27m x 5.6m & 33.7 x 6.4m)

· Infill Cattle Court (22.3m x 21.3m),

· Potato Store (27.5m x 10m)

· Cattle Shed (27.5 x 10m)

· Traditional Steading (27.5 x 6m)

· Dutch Barn and lean-to Court (29.5 x 12.8m)

· Grain Store (21m x 17.4m)

· Workshop (17.3m x 6.5m)

· Bothy (8.5m x 4.7m)

· Store (5.7m x 4.8m)

The farmyard layout with 2 access roads and tracks encircling buildings allow large machinery and lorries easy access. 

There is a further extensive range of farm buildings, with livestock handling facilities and hard standing yard area at the south of the holding providing additional 1764 sqm or thereby of roofed accommodation.  In summary this includes:

· Large cattle court (60.3m x 13.1m)

· Court 2 (35m x 10m)

· Court 3 (35m x 10m)

· Shed 4 (17m x 6.1m)

· Shed 5 (17m x 7m)


Lot 1 IACS registered Kirkton farmland extends to 156.84Ha (387.55 ac) as per the attached field plan. This is an excellent block of high yielding, low lying Grade 3.1 arable land with field 10 (4.47Ha/11.05ac) and enclosure 12 (1.13Ha/2.79ac) classified as grade 4(1) under woodland, rough grazing and pond area.  The arable fields are large and regular in shape allowing efficient arable and field vegetable operations and  can benefit from an irrigation system from the pond area that could be re-established for field vegetables.

Lot 2: Kirkton Farm (North)

At the north of the A9, is a substantial block of improved and hill grazing, extending to 71.94Ha (177.76 ac) or thereby. According to the Macauley Institute for Soil Research (now the James Hutton Institute) this land is classified as a mixture of Grade 3(2), 4(1), 5(2), 5(3) and 6(3) at the most northerly, highest point.  Lot 2 land is south facing in nature rising from 10m to 134m above sea level. Included are the ruins of a dwelling in field 11 with far reaching views of the impressive scenery. It should be noted that the Mast in Field 6 is in separate ownership and therefore is not included for sale.


Coronavirus update - 05/01/2021

Whilst increasing lockdown measures pose additional restrictions for most of us, there is some positive news in that the property market in Scotland will not shut down in the way that it did earlier in 2020 and activities in connection with moving home (including viewing a property), or for activities in connection with the maintenance, purchase, sale, letting, or rental of residential property is permitted.

Of course our priority remains, the health and safety of our staff and that of our Clients and Customers, and we continue to ensure our business continues in the safest and most effective way.