Midtown of Haddo Farmhouse is an impressive B Listed traditional stone and slate dwelling, in T-shaped layout providing spacious and comfortable family living across 2 floors. The property was extensively renovated internally approximately 17 years ago. The accommodation is shown on the attached floor plan, but in summary comprises:
Porch, Kitchen/Dining Room, Living Room, Office, Sitting Room, Office, Utility Room and Shower Room
Bedroom 1, Bedroom 2, Bedroom 3, Bedroom 4 and Bathroom.
Two useful attic storage spaces above.
Mains Electricity, Private Water, Private Drainage, Telephone.
Energy Performance Certificate
Farm buildings and Yard
The farm buildings are centrally located and comprise a range of traditional stone steading buildings with courtyard area, timber framed cattle courts and steel portal framed general purpose outbuildings. We calculate the farm buildings extend to approximately 1,680 sqm (GEA). A silage pit with concrete sides and floor is also located at the south of the farm yard.
The Midtown of Haddo farmland comprises 14 IACS-registered land parcels as per the attached sale plan. The productive farmland is classified largely as Grade 3(1) arable land with the remainder classified as grade 3(2) according to the Macaulay Institute for Soil Research (now the James Hutton Institute). The land ranges in altitude from approximately 50 to 110m above sea level with a range of aspects but is generally south-easterly facing towards the adjoining River Deveron and Keithny Burn.
Fields 5,9,11 and 13 extending to 35.3Ha (87.23 acres) in total are presently in Spring Barley with the remaining 65.64Ha (162.20 acres) or thereby presently all in grassland.