Belnagarrow Farm, Boharm

Farm/Other

Aberdeen & Northern Estates
Aberdeen & Northern Estates
Aberdeen & Northern Estates

UNDER OFFER
Belnagarrow Farm is situated close to the confluence of the River Spey and River Fiddich in an area famed for the malt whisky distilling industry.

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Directions

From Keith; follow the A95 westbound out of the town for 4.5 miles to the hamlet of Mulben—turning left to continue on the A95 (signposted for Perth, Grantown-on-Spey and Craigellachie). Follow this road towards Maggieknockater for 1.8 miles before bearing right where signposted for Belnagarrow (1 mile). Follow this road for just over a mile until the farm appears on your left, indicated with a for-sale sign.

Lot 1

Belnagarrow Farmhouse, Steading & Paddock

Lot 1—Belnagarrow Farmhouse, Steading & Paddock

The dwellinghouse at Belnagarrow is a traditional one-and-a-half storey sandstone-built house which is L-shaped on plan and adjoins the traditional steading. The house has not been lived in for a number of years and would require substantial renovation to bring to a modern habitable standard. However, the house would provide an excellent blank canvas for modernising or complete replacement, subject to the appropriate consents.

A garden, laid to grass and enclosed by mature shrubs and trees, lies to the front of the house (which is south-west facing). The views from the front of the house and the garden are second to none, looking southwards into the Fiddich and Spey Valleys with Ben Rinnes and its outliers as a backdrop beyond—the views must be seen to be appreciated.

The current accommodation of the farmhouse comprises:

Ground Floor

Kitchen, utility room, office, 2x receptions rooms, sun room WC

First Floor

Two double bedrooms, bathroom, two single bedrooms accessed via back-staircase

Council Tax

Whilst the farmhouse has been assessed as Band D, we understand that Council Tax is not currently paid on account of its current condition.

Steading Buildings

Belnagarrow has an expansive range of useful outbuildings including a traditional stone-built steading building which has been augmented and added to over the years with various steel framed sheds. These additions create a wealth of space for the management and housing of livestock—in particular the steel portal framed cattle court infill building. Additional shed space makes room for the storage of inputs and machinery and an earth-bunded silage pit with concreted floor adjoins the steading area to the north, whilst two other buildings sit separate to the main complex to the south. In all, there is approximately 1,915m2 of covered shed space.

There are substantial areas of hardstanding, with the total area occupied by the farmhouse & steading (excluding the paddock) extending to 2.11 ac or thereby. The steading area has the potential for the development of several residential house plots, subject to the necessary consents.

Paddock

Immediately to the southwest of the farmhouse & steading is a paddock extending to 0.99 ac or thereby. This handy and readily accessible grass park provides excellent space for the keeping of livestock or horses.

Lot 2

Farmland at Belnagarrow

Lot 2—Farmland at Belnagarrow

The IACS registered land at Belnagarrow (excluding the paddock) extends to 32.98 ha (81.49 acres) or thereby in total and is made up of 9 field parcels (3 of these are compartments of mixed broadleaf trees), as per the sale plan. All of the land qualifies as LFASS eligible area. The land is predominantly classified as a combination of grades 3.2, 4.1 & 4.2 by the James Hutton Institute and is currently managed as grassland with a break crop of spring barley or fodder crop, making it ideal for smallholding or equestrian interests. The land also benefits from a south-west facing aspect and is well drained. Post & wire fencing is in place throughout and is in stockproof condition.

The land broadly comprises; 10.45 acres of permanent pasture, 67.39 acres of arable land and 3.65 acres of mixed woodland, or thereby.

Services

Mains Electricity, Private Water Supply, Private Drainage, Telephone Connection. The farmhouse has oil fired central heating.

Entry

By agreement.

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James Craig MRICS

Associate Director

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