Stirlingshire farm offers wide range of opportunities

A 385-acre Stirlingshire stock farm offers land ranging from cultivatable grass to hill grazing and is available as a whole or in three lots.

Auchyle at Port of Menteith lies west of Dunblane and has a modernised three-bedroom farmhouse, which is let on a Short Assured Tenancy.

The farm buildings include a good-sized general purpose steel-frame shed and a smaller, more traditional stone and block building.

The land is split between 122 acres of ploughable grass, 146 acres of rough grazing and almost 69 acres of hill grazing. There is also 45 acres of woodland.

As a whole the farm is priced at offers of more than £795,000 while the first of the lots includes the farmhouse, buildings and 11 acres for offers of more than £395,000.

Lot two has 59 acres of mainly flat permanent pasture (offers of more than £100,000) while the final parcel offers just over 314 acres across a range of land types and uses, including former arable land.This includes some mature mixed woodland with a range of broadleaves, birches and conifers and carries a guide price of £300,000. The land in this lot varies between 28m and 333m above sea level.

The farm registered for support payments but no entitlements are included in the sale. (Baird Lumsden 01786 833 800)

 

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