A 425-acre mixed arable and livestock farm has gone on the market in Fife.
Wester Forret Farm, which is three miles from Cupar, carries a price tag of offers over £3 million.
The farm extends to 425.53 acres and the sale includes a B-Listed five-bedroom farmhouse, a semi-detached cottage and a range of modern and traditional farm buildings.
“Wester Forret offers an excellent opportunity to acquire a genuine mixed holding within a desirable part of north-east Fife,” said Duncan Barrie, a partner at selling agent Galbraith.
“The majority of the productive arable land is situated to the west of the holding largely classified as grade 3.1 and 3.2 with some grade 2 land, currently down to a mix of cereals, with some fields growing seed potatoes and broccoli.
“The remainder of the land situated to the east of the public road is a mixture of arable and pasture land, with a larger area of hill grazing.”
He said the current owners had carried out a programme of ditching and drainage work in recent years to ensure the land could be used to its maximum potential.
“All the fields are accessible, of a good size and offer easy access to modern machinery,” Mr Barrie added.
“The fields used for pasture are fenced and watered, allowing cattle to be out-wintered late into the season.”
He said the farmhouse, which also boasts two reception rooms, is set within a peaceful and private walled garden.
In addition, the semi- detached two-bedroom farm cottage, which is currently let on a residential tenancy basis, could be used as a worker’s cottage or as additional family accommodation.
Mr Barrie said: “The property is surrounded by picturesque scenery and within an area known for its fertile farmland, capable of producing high yields of an extensive range of crops.
“This area of Fife is known for beautiful rolling hills and Cupar itself is a desirable and attractive county town only three miles from the property.”