**CLOSING DATE SET 12 NOON - 12 FEBRUARY 2021**
Lot 1 - Ingrie Farm, Leslie, By Glenrothes, Fife KY6 3HS
Offers Over £1,300,000
The Ingrie cottages are of primarily traditional stone and lime construction under a pitched timber framed slate covered roof, each having a harled brick extension. The property benefits from double glazing throughout, oil fired central heating, mains water and private drainage by way of septic tank.
The land at Ingrie extends to approximately 215.76 Acres (87.31 Hectares) in total with roughly 143 Acres being primarily classified as Grade 3.1 on the James Hutton institutes land classification for agriculture system with a small area of Grade 2.
Land in this class is widely accepted as being of arable quality and capable of producing good yields of a narrow range of crops, principally cereals and/or moderate yields of a wider range including potatoes, some vegetable crops and oil seeds.
An additional 43 Acres of this arable quality land is currently given over to the production of grass for the livery business but could quite easily be brought back into agricultural production.
Current management at Ingrie has centred around a rotation-based system consisting of mainly spring barley and oats across the larger fields surrounding the grazings. Lot 2 has previously carried potatoes.
Ingrie currently caters to local equine requirements through its successful livery business which provides much sought-after facilities and grazings that are generally in great demand.
There are currently 20 stabling boxes spread over two buildings and a floodlit manège.
There is a small area of woodland contained within the north east corner of the farm (field 9 on the site plan) which extends to approximately 10.8 Acres in total and comprises a mix of ages and species. There is also a small shelterbelt / amenity stand adjacent to the cottages with further individuals interspersed along field boundaries and riparian strips adjacent to the Camby Burn.
Potential House Site:
The remains of the former farmhouse, which was previously the principal residence at Ingrie, are visible adjacent to the south west corner of the agricultural buildings and approximately indicated by red hatching on the insert on the site plan.
Strictly by appointment with the Selling Agent. Given the potential hazards of a working farm, we request you take care when viewing the property, especially around the farm buildings and the manège.