The land at Bankhead of Kirkbuddo comprises two fields of good quality arable ground partly laid out as a honeyberry nursery.
The land is classified as Class 3:1/3:2 on the Land Capability for Agricultural Scale provided by the James Hutton Institute and is capable of growing a range of good yielding arable crops. Historically, the rotations have included spring barley and potatoes.
The land is available as a whole or in lots and can be summarised as follows:
The land comprising Lot 1 extends to approximately 2.28 hectares (5.63 acres) and is currently laid out to permanent grass with a poly tunnel containing honeyberries and a number of nursery beds.
There is a small area of amenity ground on the west boundary.
There is approximately 0.76 hectares (1.88 acres) of honeyberries established in the north of the land.
A block of prime arable land extending to approximately 2.60 hectares (6.42 acres).
The field is currently in an arable silage crop but in the past has grown a variety of crops including cereals and potatoes.
The land at Lot 2 would lend itself to being included in the honeyberry nursery.
The land at Bankhead of Kirkbuddo is situated just to the north of the junction of the B978 and the B9127. From Forfar take the B9218 passing through Kingsmuir and onto Craichie. After a further 2 miles turn right onto the B978 and the land will be seen on the right hand side after 1.25 miles.
If coming from the A90, some 3 miles south of Forfar, take the B9127, signposted for Inverarity. Proceed through Inverarity and Whigstreet on the B9127. At the junction with the B978 turn left and the land will be seen on the left.