Guide Price £105,000
Land at Lennel, Lennel Haugh
Grade 2 agricultural land with useful building set in a tranquil location overlooking the River Tweed
Land extending to 3.68 Ha (9.09 Ac) which includes productive grade 2 agricultural land currently down to grass and a useful agricultural building
From the A697 in Coldstream, take the A6112 which is the turnoff next to the police station. Continue along the A6112 until you reach Lennel. The access track to the property is on the right hand side as indicated by a George F White ‘For Sale’ board.
The property is set in a picturesque location overlooking the River Tweed. The area of the property totals 3.68 Ha
(9.09 Ac) .
The property comprises grade 2 agricultural land which is currently down to grass extending to approximately 3.04 hectares (7.50 acres).
The building comprises a 40ft x 60ft agricultural building constructed from block walling and corrugated metal sheet. The building has previously been used as cattle housing and is set within 0.64 hectares (1.58 acres) of amenity land. The extent of the property is outlined in red on the sale plan enclosed within these particulars.
GENERAL REMARKS AND STIPULATIONS
Tenure and Possession
The property is currently let on a seasonal grazing agreement however there is an early termination clause in the agreement therefore the property is sold on the basis of vacant possession.
Access to the property is via the access track highlighted yellow on the plan within these particulars. It is understood the right of access along the access track is for agricultural use only.
Basic Payment Scheme
The field parcels are registered with SGRPID however Basic Payment Scheme is not claimed on the land therefore there are no Basic Payment Scheme entitlements included within the sale.
Schemes and Designations
The property is situated within an Nitrate Vulnerable Zone (NVZ).
The wall which forms the boundary between the access track and the property is understood to be listed.
Third party rights and restrictions
A public footpath follows the boundary of the property. There is also a public footpath along the access track.
There is an inspection chamber for the sewage system at Lennel House located within the property along with a septic tank and pump.
It is understood water is provided by a private spring supply.
Viewing of the land is without appointment and can be at any reasonable time during daylight hours with possession of these particulars.