A 1,473-acre arable and beef farm in the Scottish Borders with three wind turbines is for sale at offers in excess of £5.25m.
About 882 acres of Falahill’s Grade 4 land is put to arable production, with a further 415 acres in permanent or ploughable pasture.
Located at Heriot, 20 miles from Edinburgh, the rotation is based on winter barley, winter oats and temporary grass leys.
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Grazing ground supports the 325-head Angus and Limousin sucker herd, which has capacity to increase to 450.
Alongside the cattle housing, there is 1,000t of grain storage and a large number of modern and traditional buildings.
The sale includes three 12.1kW wind turbines that save the farm about £5,000/year in electricity bills and earns £20,000/year in export tariffs.
A mixed woodland covers 150 acres of the farm, providing shelter belts and potential amenity appeal. It is being marketed through Savills.