New to the market is land at Easter Ballat, Balfron Station, Glasgow, encompassing a total of 91.55ac.
The farm is in close proximity to excellent transport infrastructure, with the M9/M80 motorway system accessible within about a 20 minute drive.
Glasgow and Edinburgh International Airports are only about 25 miles and 50 miles in distance respectively and offer regular domestic and international flights.
The farmland is situated in a private rural position with the popular village of Balfron being only 3.5 miles away and offering an excellent range of local amenities.
Agriculturally, the local area is well provided for by merchants and suppliers, with the nearby United Auctions Mart providing a fantastic outlet for good quality livestock, which the area is renowned for producing.
Galbraith is facilitating the sale of the land, which is available in one or more lots.
'Fields of a good size'
The productive block of farmland is suitable for pasture and silage production, with picturesque outlooks over the surrounding countryside, towards the Trossachs and Campsie Fells.
It extends to approximately 91.55ac and is currently utilised for a mix of fodder production and grazing ground with a useful block of amenity woodland.
The land is generally of a south easterly aspect and has been classified by The James Hutton Institute as mostly Grade 3.2 and Grade 4.1 with an area of Grade 6.2 to the south-east of the holding.
Duncan Barrie, who is handling the sale on behalf of Galbraith, said:
“Although situated in a lovely scenic area, this land also benefits from good field access from the A81 which links Balfron Station to Aberfoyle, with the land lying on either side of the public road.
"The individual fields are of a good size and are well fenced." They are enclosed by a combination of rylock and post and wire fencing.
Whole or two lots
The land at Easter Ballat is offered for sale as a whole or in two lots.
- Lot 1: Offers over £170,000;
- Lot 2: Offers over £60,000;
- As a whole: Offers over £230,000.
Speaking on its use, Duncan Barrie said: "This would make a very useful addition to an existing local landholding and for those seeking to expand a farming business in a convenient location.
"The land may also appeal to a wider market for amenity or equestrian use.”
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