A LARGE block of productive farmland near Fallin, on the eastern fringes of Stirling, has been brought to the market through Galbraith.

Land at Redhall is for sale as a whole or in four lots, with a total of 125.16 acres available. The property lies approximately two miles to the east of Stirling city centre and benefits from direct access from adjacent public roads or indeed from private farm access tracks.

Well suited for the purposes of grazing, fodder or arable production, the land at Redhall is all classified as Grade 3.2 by The James Hutton Institute. The land forms part of the well-known Carse of Stirling soil with the generalised soil type being classified as mineral gleys which is traditionally well suited to the growth of fodder, specifically Timothy Hay, and a range of arable crops. The land is predominantly flat in aspect lying approximately 10m above sea level, and falling away to approximately 3m above sea level down the western boundary at the Bannock Burn.

Alistair Christie, partner at Galbraith who is handling the sale, said: “The land at Redhall enjoys an excellent central belt location and close proximity to Stirling Agricultural Centre and major motorway networks which is an advantage for any farming or rural business.

“Despite the recent pandemic, the demand for good quality agricultural land continues to be strong. The lotting of this land gives a good variety of options for purchasers and this is likely to generate interest from whole or part-buyers.”