Haugh of Kercock Farmhouse
The farmhouse occupies a private situation to the north of the farm with views over the surrounding farmland. It is of traditional stone construction under a slate roof.
The farmhouse is accessed from the main driveway which serves Bishophall and Haugh of Kercock. On entering the farm continue past Bishophall and turn right, follow the track and the farmhouse is situated on the right with a gravel parking area in front of the house.
The property has two principal reception rooms, a kitchen, sun room, bathroom, bedroom with en suite shower room, scullery and boiler room on the ground floor. There are three bedrooms on the first floor. The farmhouse has recently been improved and now benefits from double glazing and a new oil fired boiler. The farmhouse has gardens to the front and rear, mainly down to grass.
Lot 1 comprises 162 acres arable ground, 24 acres pasture and 15 acres of woodland. Six main enclosures are contained within a ring fence, all with good access from the farm track. The land is capable of growing a variety of root crops and cereals.
The arable land is currently farmed in hand, with some land let on a seasonal basis for potatoes.
Ambient Potato Store
Steel portal frame construction. Insulated fibre cement roof and profile sheet cladding. Concrete floor. Reinforced brick walls.
Lot 1 - Haugh of Kercock Farm
OUTSTANDING PERTHSHIRE ARABLE FARM ON THE BANKS OF THE RIVER TAY
Haugh of Kercock and Bishophall occupy a private position on the banks of the River Tay to the east of Murthly, in an area renowned for its fertile land. Lying to the south of the River Tay, it is a predominantly arable landscape, with potatoes and vegetables being grown in addition to the full range of arable crops and grass.
The city of Perth is only some 11 miles away and offers all the facilities expected of a city, with extensive shopping, leisure, business facilities and excellent transport links. The local village of Murthly has a local shop and primary school, and secondary schooling is available in Perth. There are excellent private schools locally, including Glenalmond, Strathallan, Kilgraston and Craigclowan. Perthshire is also renowned for its sport; in the immediate locality there is fishing on the River Tay and pheasant shooting, as well as driven grouse shooting on the higher ground.
In Perth there is a mainline railway station with services to Edinburgh, Glasgow, Aberdeen, Inverness and the south, including a sleeper service. The A90 dual carriageway provides fast access to Dundee and Aberdeen. From Perth the M90 links to Edinburgh, whilst the A9 and M9/M80 link to Stirling and Glasgow, and the A9 heads north to Inverness. Both Edinburgh and Glasgow Airports are easily reached and offer a range of national and international flights. More locally, Dundee Airport offers a direct service to London City.