Land for saleLand At The Hillock & Murroes, Kingennie, Broughty Ferry, Dundee, DD5
- 120.7 acres (48.8 hectares)
- First class arable land
- In 2 lots
- Road frontage
- Class 3(1) arable
- About 120.71 acres
First class arable land
Lot 1 - Arable land at the Hillock - 68.05 acres - offers over £440,000
Lot 2 - Arable land at Murroes - 52.66 acres - offers over £340,000
The land at the Hillock and Murroes is situated in pleasant countryside, just 6 miles north east of Dundee, and some 4 miles north of Broughty Ferry, in an area renowned for its high quality and fertile agricultural land.
Angus is one of Scotland's most productive farming counties, extending from Dundee in the south west to Montrose in the north east. There is a mart in Forfar and the area is well served with grain and potato merchants, agricultural dealers and contractors, and a successful machinery ring.
The land at The Hillock was acquired by the sellers some 20 years ago, with the land at Murroes, being bought at about the same time. It has been farmed as part of a larger farming business. The farming business includes cattle and arable cropping. Typical yields have been reported at 4 tonnes+/acre for winter wheat and 3 tonnes+/acres for malting barley. In addition land is let for potatoes, and vegetables have also been grown.
Lot 1 Arable land at The Hillock About 68.03 ac/27.53 ha
Accessed off Drumsturdy Road are two arable fields. A further arable field can also be accessed off the Murroes road. The fields are classified by the James Hutton Institute as mainly Class 3(1) with a little Class 3(2) and range in height from 65 m to 80 m (215' to 260') above sea level.
Lot 2 Arable land at Murroes About 52.66ac/21.31 ha
These two arable fields are accessed either from a track off the Murroes road or directly off the B978 They can be irrigated from the burn. The fields are classified as Class 3(1) by the James Hutton Institute and range in height from 60 m to 75 m (195' to 230') above sea level.
Acreage: 120.71 Acres
From the A92 Dundee to Arbroath dual carriageway turn off at the Dobbies Garden Centre near Monifieth, signposted Wellbank and Kingennie. From the mini roundabout head north, passing Ethiebeaton. At the T junction turn left onto the B961 signposted Dundee. The land will be seen on the right after 0.5 miles, or take the road to the right signposted South Kingennie and Murroes Church.
From Dundee take the B978 at the Claypotts junction on the A92, adjacent to Sainsburys. After 0.5 miles turn right, onto the B978 signposted Kellas. Then just before Kellas, turn right signposted to Murroes Church and South Kingennie. The land will be seen on the right. Lot 2 also abuts onto the B978.
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