Coltrannie Farm (Lot 2), Bankfoot, Perth, PH1 4DZ

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£950,000

  • CB198-0101S
  • Farms
  • For Sale
  • NA
  • Freehold
  • Perth

A productive farming unit in an easily accessible position just north of Perth, convenient for the A9. Predominantly Grade 3(1)

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Carl Warden

Perth

01738 621 121
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      Overview

      • About 47.0 ha (116.10 acres)
      • Predominantly Grade 3(1)

      Coltrannie Farm extends to about 47.00 ha (116.10 acres). The land is classified principally Class 3(1). It sits about 100 metres above sea level to 110 metres at its highest point.

      The land has grown a variety of crops over recent years including spring barley, potatoes and peas as noted in the cropping schedule. Currently, there is an area around 4.5 ha (11.11 acres) set aside.

      Coltrannie Farm has fields on both sides of the A9 and is accessed from the minor road from Bankfoot leading to Murthly, through the lands of North Barns and over a newly constructed road bridge over the A9. There is also a right of access over a minor road within Bankfoot village.

      The land lies between the heights of 90m and 100m above sea level. The area is shown on the Meteorological Office Average Rainfall Chart in the region of 850mm per annum.

      The land is shown on the James Hutton Institute Land Capability for Agriculture Plans as being of Class 3(1), with small areas of 3(2).

      The predominant soil type is a brown soil which is part of the Balrownie Association.

      The indicative SEPA Flood Risk Maps show there is no risk of river flooding however, it should be noted that there are some small areas with a low risk of surface water flooding.

      The boundaries are a mixture of post and wire fences as well as stone dykes. The farm has previously been utilised for arable cropping although, the boundaries are suitably stock proof.

      There are wayleaves in favour of Scottish Water and Scottish & Southern Energy.

      Only field C6 is within the Strathmore, Fife and Angus Nitrate Vulnerable Zone (NVZ). The remaining land is not designated within a Nitrate Vulnerable Zone (NVZ).

      There are no services to the land.

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      Take the A9 north from Perth sign posted for Bankfoot and Inverness. Turn left onto the A9 heading to Bankfoot and take the right turning under the A9 and the first right again signposted for Airntully and Murthly. At the top of the rise, the entrance to North Barns Farm is the first turn to the left. For viewers using the ‘what3words’ app, the entrance tract is ///identity.goodbyes.dote