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Farm for sale

Buckie Farm, Newmachar, Aberdeen, AB21

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0 bedroom
0 bathroom

Property features

  • 3 bedroom Farmhouse situated in the heart of the outbuildings and land, the farmhouse required modernisation.
  • Range of traditional and slate farm buildings and
  • steel portal frame shed
  • Extending to approximately 23 Ha (56 acres) in all
  • Located close to the Aberdeen – Buchan railway line
  • Ideal as an equestrian property or small farm
  • EPC Rating G

Property description

Idyllic 56 acres farm with a 3 bedroom
farmhouse and outbuildings situated on
the outskirts of Aberdeen

Idyllic 56 acres farm with a 3 bedroom
farmhouse and outbuildings situated on
the outskirts of Aberdeen

The farmhouse is a three bedroom detached, one and a half storey house, with a southerly view. The farmhouse sits in the heart of the farm, with the farm buildings on the opposite side of the track.
There is a large garden space including lawn and shrubs in front of the property.
The property is located on the outskirts of Aberdeen, with nearby main road access to the north and south, with easy access to the new Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route

The property requires modernisation, it is a well-positioned property, situated in the heart of the farm with southerly views. The trees surround the property which provides privacy from the Aberdeen to Buchan disused railway line.
The property is partly UPVC double glazed with the majority of the windows being wooden framed single glazed.
There is also electric panel heating in the kitchen, living room and bathroom along with a wood burning stove in the living room. With drainage to a septic tank

Ground Floor
Entrance porch, Store room, Kitchen, Living room, Sitting room, Bathroom,
Bedroom/store room, hallway and front porch.

First Floor
Two bedrooms, box room and small stairway mezzanine.

Council Tax
Council tax band D. Aberdeenshire Council are the local authority.

Servitude rights, burdens and wayleaves
The subjects are sold together with and subject to all existing rights of way, servitudes, wayleaves and others whether contained in the Title Deeds or others, and purchasers will be deemed to have satisfied themselves in all respects thereof.
The property benefits from access rights across a private road.
Basic Payment
The land is not registered for Basic Payment Scheme entitlements.

The property is for sale with vacant possession. Entry by agreement.

Offers must be submitted in Scottish legal terms to the Selling Agents.
A closing date for offers may be fixed and prospective purchasers are advised to register their interest with the Selling Agents following

Bell Ingram Aberdeen
2 Albert Street, Aberdeen AB25 1XQ
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The farmland at Buckie Farm sits at an altitude of approximately 55 to 80 metres above average sea level. The land is classified by the James Hutton Institute as predominantly Class 3.1, this indicates the land is capable of producing a moderate range of crops of consistently high yields for a narrow range of crops (principally cereals and grass) and/or moderate yields of a wider range (including potatoes, field beans and other vegetable and root crops) Short grass leys are common. This classification is typical of the area.
The land is gently sloping and easily worked. The land is currently all in grass, however it would be capable of growing crops.

There are a number of farm buildings included in the sale;
Traditional U-shaped steading of stone walls and a wooden framed roof with asbestos shingles extending to approximately 250 m2. The roof is in a poor condition throughout, with the middle section almost wholly collapsed.
The centre courtyard of the steading is a concrete hard standing.
There are two metal silos adjacent to the east wing.

Block and wooden framed roof with corrugated iron shed lying adjacent to the steading measuring 3 x 12.5 m.

Block, metal framed shed with an asbestos paneling measuring 10 x 6.5 m.

L-shaped modern Steel portal, block dado wall, profiled sheet walls and cement fibre roof with skylight panels extending to approximately 500
m2. South and west elevations are open ended, east gable has a large vehicular sliding door. Floor is concreted throughout.

Block, metal framed shed with an asbestos paneling measuring 19 x 6.3 m. Building lies some 40 m south east of the main block of buildings.

Block and asbestos roofed general store measuring 8 x 3 m with a small block lean-to.

There are 4 wooden sheds located alongside the access track. All are in a poor condition with two in a state of collapse.

Mortgage Finance
Bell Ingram are approved agents for the Agricultural Mortgage Corporation (AMC) who provide loan funding for farms and rural businesses at competitive rates . We can provide assistance in securing finance for various purposes including purchase of land and property, restructuring existing debt, working capital , funds for diversification projects or farm building improvements. If you would like to find out more or discuss your proposals in confidence please call Sarah Tyson on[use Contact Agent Button] or [use Contact Agent Button]

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