The land extends to approximately 10.48 acre (4.24 hectares) and is made up of two fenced compartments, let for equestrian purpose. Although let the land is available with vacant possession. It rises from 60 to 100 metres above sea level and is classified as a mixture of grade 4.2 and 5.2 by the James Hutton Institute. The northern section is capable of producing good quality pasture and silage, whereas the southern end is most suited to improved grassland.
From the north, the land is easily accessed from the public road. Water is provided from the Langley Burn on the western edge of the property and forms the boundary of the subjects. The Coronation Road, a corepath located along the eastern boundary offers great equestrian opportunities.
Entitlements to the Basic Payment Scheme are not owned and are therefore not included in the sale.
CONTACT Strutt & Parker Estates & Farms Team, Edinburgh
The land is located in the parish of Kinfauns, 4 miles west of Perth. Perth, known as the Gateway to the Highlands is situated on the banks of the River Tay.
Equestrian activities are popular with cross country and dressage events held regularly in the local area. There are a wide range of tracks for trekking and hacking in the locality. Blair Castle Horse Trials Scotlands leading event, is held at Blair Atholl for four days each August.