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445 acres, Lot 1 - Rosemount Farm, Blairgowrie, Perthshire, PH10, Central Scotland
Under Offer - Offers Over £3,700,000

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  • 369 acres arable
  • 39 acres pasture/grazing
  • Extensive modern farm buildings with 4,000 tonnes of grain storage
  • 5 residential properties
  • Irrigation and Polytunnels
  • Monk Myre Loch
  • Additional land available to rent



Rosemount and Parkhead Farms are situated in the heart of the Vale of Strathmore, an area known for its fertile soils and ability to grow soft fruit, which stretches from Perth in the south west to Stonehaven in the north east. The settlement of Rosemount lies immediately to the west, with the town of Blairgowrie just one mile to the north west.

Blairgowrie has an excellent selection of local shops whilst the larger regional centres of Perth and Dundee are within easy reach and provide the breadth of retailers one would expect of major urban centres together with professional services and good leisure facilities. Dundee built its fortune on the industries of jute, jam and journalism. Today the city, which has two universities and the largest teaching hospital in Europe, is going through a period of revival with a billion pound waterfront development including the V&A museum.

The M90/A9 are about 18 miles away via the A93 and provide convenient access both north and south. There are rail services from Perth and Dundee to London including a sleeper
service. The nearest airport is Dundee Airport which has direct services to London Stansted with onward connections to many European destinations, while Edinburgh and Glasgow Airports provide a wide range of domestic, European and international flights.

The area is well served by numerous grain merchants and agricultural suppliers including East of Scotland Farmers at Coupar Angus. There is a local machinery ring which can provide additional labour and machinery resources as required.


LOT 1 - ROSEMOUNT FARM - 445 acres

Lot 1 extends to 445 acres in total and comprises 369 acres arable and 39 acres pasture/grazing. The land is gently undulating with a largely south facing aspect and lies from 49m to 81m above sea level. It is contained within a ring fence and is classified as Class 2, 3(1) and 3(2) by the John Hutton Institute for Soil Research.

To the south of Lot 1 lies Monk Myre Loch, a designated Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI). The fishing on the loch is let to a local angling club. The land can be irrigated from the loch which is pumped to water storage tanks situated centrally within the farm building complex.

There is a telecoms mast which is currently renewing under tacit relocation. There is also a BBC relay mast site to the rear of the Rosemount farm buildings, which is likewise renewing under tacit relocation.

Rosemount Farm benefits from extensive modern buildings with good access off the public road for lorries and farm machinery.
The buildings are serviced by three phase electricity and are largely surrounded by concrete aprons and yards. There is an Alvan Blanch continuous flow grain dryer, capable of drying 30 tonnes per hour, situated centrally with a large open area of concrete used for temporary storage of grain.

Rosemount Bungalow is located to the south of the farm buildings and is accessed through the farmyard. It is of harled brick construction under a pitched tiled roof and benefits from double glazing. The accommodation is laid out over a single storey and comprises a hallway leading to three bedrooms, a kitchen, sitting room, study and a family bathroom. The property is largely enclosed by a hedge with a small garden to the rear mainly laid to lawn.

Rosemount Cottages No.1 & 2 are a pair of semidetached cottages located on the drive into the main farm steading area. The cottages are of harled brick construction under a pitched tiled roof and benefit from double glazing. The accommodation
in each cottage can be summarised as follows: hallway, sitting room, kitchen, bathroom, three bedrooms and integral garage. Each cottage has a garden to the front and rear.

Beechfield and Ashlea are two semi-detached cottages situated adjacent to the public road beyond the entrance to the farm buildings. The cottages are of harled brick construction under a pitched tiled roof and benefit from double
glazing. The accommodation in each cottage can be summarised as follows: hallway, kitchen, utility room, sitting room, bathroom and three bedrooms. Each cottage has a garden to the front and rear.

Acreage: 445 Acres



From the south and Perth take the A93 toward Blairgowrie. Continue on this road through Scone and Guildtown. Cross the River Isla and continue for approximately 1 mile. Turn right
onto the B984 signposted Coupar Angus. Follow this road for approximately 3 miles and turn left at the crossroads. On entering Rosemount take the right-hand turn signposted
for Parkhead. Follow this road and the farm buildings will be on your right-hand side. The postcode is PH10 6LP.


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