More than 500 acres of prime farming land in Fife has been put on the market at deals of over ₤ 2,620,000.
The mixed farm of Auchmuir near Glenrothes, which is being offered by Galbraiths, includes a standard three-bedroom farmhouse, a variety of contemporary and conventional farm buildings and a run-down cottage that has the possible to be converted into a second dwelling.The land extends to
503.27 acres which 249 acres are arable land, 231 acres are used as pasture and 18 are woodland.The James Hutton Institute (JHI)has categorized the land as mainly grade 3.1, grade 3.2 and grade 4.1 with some grade 5.1. It has been split into three blocks divided by a minor public
roadway and there is access to the fields from a network of farm tracks or straight from the general public roads.There are areas of woodland throughout the property.The farming system
at Auchmuir is presently a mix of arable and animals, with malting barley, spring oats and wheat as the main arable crops.The animals business has included 100 suckler cows with followers.Selling representative, Duncan Barrie, stated there is an excellent variety of modern-day and standard farm buildings on the property, and the arable land was well suited
to producing excellent yields of a wide variety of crops, notably cereals, “The farm gain from being located in both a fertile and accessible area of rural Fife and I would expect Auchmuir to attract a significant degree of interest. The farmhouse is attractive, spacious and retains numerous duration features,”he stated.”The buyer would discover it fairly uncomplicated to continue with the organisation as a blended arable and animals farm with this quality of land. The current lotting likewise permits existing local farming service to obtain one or more of the land lots and advantage from economies of scale.”The residential or commercial property is for sale as a whole or in three lots, at ₤ 1,530,000, ₤ 720,000 and ₤ 370,000.