Land and Building at Muirhead, Muir of Fowlis, Alford, AB33 8NU
Offers Over: £ 105,000
22.7 acres

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Description

CLOSING DATE - WEDNESDAY 23rd JUNE 2021 AT 12 NOON

Grade 3 (2) Agricultural land extending to 9.1Ha (22.4 acres) or thereby.  Includes general purpose shed.  For sale as a whole or in 3 Lots: 

  • Lot 1 Offers over £40,000

  • Lot 2 Offers over £35,000

  • Lot 3 Offers over £30,000

 

Directions

From Alford take the A980 Banchory road south for 4 miles. Proceed through the village of Muir of Fowlis and on exiting, turn right sign posted for ‘Cushnie Church’. Continue past woodland on both sides of the road with the subjects of sale on the right hand side, adjacent to the former Muirhead Care Home and Muirhead House.

Description

The land at Muirhead extends to 9.1ha (22.4 acres) or thereby. The land is split into 3 lots. Field 1 (Lot 1) to the west of the Fowlis Wood access track extends to 3.83Ha (9.46 acres) or thereby.  Lot 2, to the east, extends to 3.99Ha (9.86 acres) or thereby with Lot 3 extending to approximately 1.26Ha (3.11 acres). Included with Lot 3 is a general purpose building of timber construction (GEA  approx. 148.5 sqm) with a pond at the north. Lot 3 is accessed from the public road at the south between Muirhead Care Home and the residential property ‘Ar-Dachaidh’ (AB33 8NU). The first part of the track has shared access with Ar–Dachaidh and is surfaced with a non-surfaced track to the building and land thereafter.  Situated near the shed on Lot 3 land is a septic tank system understood to serve the Muirhead Care Home as well as a gas tank that has been fenced off and a water supply.

Entry

By agreement.

Offers

Offers should be submitted in full Scottish legal terms to this office.

Local Authority

Aberdeenshire Council, Marr Area Office, School Road, Alford AB33 8TY  www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk

 

 

Coronavirus update - 05/01/2021

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