About 96.11 acres of predominantly ploughable pasture over 9 enclosures with excellent access mainly taken from the public road. Available as a whole or in two lots.
Land at Neuk Farm is situated in the Rhins of Galloway peninsula, the most southerly part of Scotland which is renowned for having a mild climate and one of the earliest growing seasons in the country. This part of south west Scotland is a genuinely rural area, well known for dairy and livestock farming, magnificent countryside and dramatic coastline. The land lies near to Stoneykirk and Portpatrick villages (both within less than 5 miles) with the town of Stranraer being only 8 miles to the north east.
The land extends to about 96.11 acres of predominantly ploughable pasture over 9 enclosures with excellent access mainly taken from the public road, or private access track. The land lies at between 107m and 132m above sea level and is classified by the James Hutton Institute for Soil Research as Class 4(1). Historically the land has been let out for grazing and cropping purposes and consequently there are no Basic Payment Entitlements available. Available as a whole or in two lots.
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