A trio of farms has been launched to the market in the north and north-east of Scotland.
First up is the 1,082-acre Tipperty Farm, near Laurencekirk, which is up for sale at offers over £3.8million.
Selling agent Savills describes the farm as “a productive mixed farm 25 miles south of Aberdeen in undulating landscape to the north of the Howe of the Mearns”.
The farm comes complete with a farmhouse, two cottages, a range of farm buildings with capacity to house 600 cattle and consent for two wind turbines.
The bulk of the land, which is a mix of arable and permanent pasture, is Grade 3 (2), with small areas of Grade 3 (1) and 4. There are also 56 acres of woodland.
The farm is offered for sale as a whole or in three lots.
Next up is the 240-acre Inverbrora Farm, near Brora in Sutherland, which carries a price tag of offers over £975,000.
The farm, which is being marketed by Strutt and Parker, is described as “an attractive coastal livestock and arable farm with a beautifully modernised Georgian farmhouse”.
Owners Malcolm and Sally McCall bought the tenancy from the Sutherland Estates last year and they are now selling due to retirement.
The farmhouse has been used to run a B&B business for the past 15 years and a cottage on the farm is also used as a holiday let. Inverbrora, which boasts mainly Grade 3 (2) land, is offered for sale in one lot.
Lastly, Strutt and Parker has also just launched the 618-acre Watten Mains Farm, near Wick, Caithness, to the market.
Described as “an extensive and well-equipped productive arable farm with a fine house”, Watten is mainly arable with all the land classified as Grade 3.
The farm feature a seven-bedroom farmhouse overlooking Loch Watten, and a range of farm buildings including grain storage.
The farm carries a price tag of offers over £2million.