Land at Middlehill of Clochforbie, TURRIFF, AB53 5QL
Offers Over: £ 40,000
9.83 acres

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Description

Extending to 3.98ha (9.83 acres) or thereby, predominantly Grade 4.2 land.  Ruinous building in southern part of the land.

Directions

From the A98 Macduff to Fraserburgh road, turn northbound onto a minor public road opposite Crown Motors, sign-posted ‘Hill of Overbrae 2½’. Follow this road for approximately 2 miles until the property appears on your right—signposted with a ‘for sale’ board.

Description

The subjects comprise of a single elevated field and area of rough grazing with views over the surrounding countryside.  The field borders a moss which ties into the extensive path/track network across the area.   Providing great opportunities for riding out or other activities.

The main field is a rectangular shaped pasture field with a good ley of grass which would be extremely useful for equestrian and/or smallholding applications.

Within the main field are the remains of a former croft house, which could present a development opportunity if the relevant permission are sought. The croft is noted on the Aberdeenshire Council’s Historic Environment Record as being in existence as at 1888.

We understand that water and electricity supplies are available close at hand and access is directly on to the public road network.

PLEASE NOTE: The seller respectfully requests that viewers take care when viewing the property as there may be horses grazing in the field which can be sensitive to unknown people. If there are any concerns in this regard please contact our office.

Entry

By agreement.

Offers

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

Local Authority

Aberdeenshire Council, Town House, 34 Low Street, Banff, AB45 1AY

Common Agricultural Policy

BPS Entitlements are not available as part of the sale.

Note

Prospective purchasers should note that unless their interest 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.

 

 

Coronavirus update - 05/01/2021

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