A portfolio of residential properties, farms and woods.
Situated at the southern end of Tillypronie Estate around the hamlet of Migvie, this lot comprises a portfolio of residential properties, several sets of farm buildings, and a combination of arable land, permanent pasture and woods.
Houses and Cottages The houses and cottages included with this lot are:
Cairnmore Cottage Approached by a track leading directly from the A97, Cairnmore Cottage is a single storey traditional stone-built cottage with three bedrooms. The cottage has a garden, parking area and some small outbuildings.
Smiddyhill Farmhouse Situated a short distance to the south of the hamlet of Migvie, this is a traditional farmhouse and nearby steading in a peaceful setting with fine southerly outlook. The accommodation is laid out over two storeys and includes four bedrooms.
Glack Farmhouse Located in the heart of this lot in the hamlet of Migvie, this is a traditional harled stone-built two-storey farmhouse. The accommodation is in need of complete renovation and includes three bedrooms. There is a small garden and outbuilding to the rear.
Meadow Farmhouse Also situated in the hamlet of Migvie, this is a traditional stone-built, two-storey house with a southerly aspect. The accommodation includes three bedrooms. There is a small garden.
Meadow Cottages 1 and 2 Also forming part of the hamlet of Migvie, this is a pair of semidetached cottages with a south-westerly outlook. The cottages are of brick construction with a harled exterior, under a pitched slate roof. Both cottages have small enclosed gardens and independent parking areas.
Both cottages have three bedrooms.
Kirkhill Farmhouse Also forming part of the hamlet of Migvie, this is a traditional stone-built farmhouse which is set back from the minor public road within an enclosed garden. The accommodation includes three bedrooms.
Milton of Migvie Farmhouse Situated on the eastern side of this lot, about ¾ of a mile from Migvie, this is a traditional farmhouse beside a range of former farm buildings. With an extension to the north side of the house, the accommodation includes three bedrooms.
Ledintoul There is a derelict house with peaceful position and fine outlook at Ledintoul on the eastern edge of this lot.
Farm Buildings There are several ranges of farm buildings within this lot as follows:
Smiddyhill Steading a former farm steading comprising mainly traditional stone buildings.
Meadow Steading two traditional stone-built sheds and a useful range of farm buildings including a steel portal framed cattle court, a machinery store and a further two general purpose sheds.
Glack Steading a traditional steading of stone construction beneath a slate roof. Within the steading is a modern steel portal-framed general purpose shed.
Kirkhill Steading a traditional L-shaped farm steading of stone construction under a pitched slate roof.
Milton of Migvie Steading a range of farm buildings including an open-sided steel portal-framed straw/machinery shed, a cattle court and a general purpose shed.
Farming Rising from about 198 metres to 317 metres above sea level, the land within this lot is categorised as grade 32 quality by the James Hutton Institute comprising productive brown soils from the Insch and Tarves associations.
Comprising several farms, which have been let to tenants under differing tenancy agreements, the results of pre-sale negotiations between the vendor and the tenants within lot 4 is that most of the agricultural land will be available with vacant possession from 28 November 2016.
Forestry and Woods The woodland within this lot comprises a number of relatively small compartments of both hard and softwood species planted for the purposes of amenity, shelter and game covert.
Sportings The woodland coverts within this lot provide the opportunity for informal mixed game shooting, roe deer stalking and pigeon shooting.
This property has 822 acres of land.Read all
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