Situated in a well-known and productive farming area is Blairfowl Farm, Fyvie, Turiff, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. Comprised in the sale is 407.96ac of land, a farmhouse, and a range of farm buildings.

Turiff is 13 miles in distance, while Inverurie is 14 miles and Aberdeen is 25 miles.

Inverurie includes accessibility to everyday amenities, as well as agricultural suppliers, an auction market and an abbatoir. Additionally, Turiff includes agricultural suppliers and an abbatoir as well.

‘Productive and fertile land’

Blairfowl, which is situated in central Aberdeenshire, is in an area that is well known for its productive and fertile land.

Lot 1 includes the farmhouse, farm outbuildings, 17 enclosures and 345.87ac; lot 2 comprises three enclosures and extends to 62.10ac –  which is classified as Grade 3(2) with the moss being 5(3).

The land, in general, extends to 407.96ac and comprises two separate blocks; however, it is currently farmed as one. There is good accessibility via access from the public road network.

The land, situated on the banks of the Ythan, is classified as LFA. According to the James Hutton Institute the majority of the land is classified as Grade 3(2) and is capable of producing high yields of arable crops and grass for grazing.

As well as the land, there are a variety of outbuildings included within the purchase.

There are:

  • A grain store (34.93m x 16.85m);
  • An insulated potato shed (31.54m x 18.16m);
  • A harvestore grain silo (200T capacity);
  • A nissan hut (21.72m x 8.72m);
  • A general store with lean-tos (14.72m x 22.98m);
  • An ex-piggery (15.52m x 8.69m);
  • A cattle shed (10.23m x 20.50m);
  • A traditional grain store (5.61m x 18.76m);
  • A cattle court (21.59m x 9.66m);
  • A traditional steading ( 24.34m x 18.1m and 14.78m x 13.71m);
  • A workshop (15.02m x 5.77m); and
  • A Stuart Old Rayne (27.43m x 10.67m).

The farm enjoys 2,000m of single bank fishing on the River Ythan; however, important to note, the fishing rights have not been exercised in recent years.

There is an abundance of wildlife and a healthy population of roe deer on the farm with several medal heads having been culled over the years.

Additional information

The farmhouse is a three-bedroom, one and a half storey stone and slate built farmhouse.

The ground floor includes: a boot room; a dining kitchen; a pantry; a shower and WC; a dining room; a living room; and a lounge.

The first floor comprises: three bedrooms; a craft room; and a family bathroom.

The land is subject to the Agri Environment Climate Scheme (AECS) funding. Projected income for lots 1 and 2 is forecast to be £29,943.75.

Data source: Galbraith

The guide price for Blairfowl Farm is for offers over £1.8 million. Galbraith property consultancy is facilitating the sale.

Further information can be found online.