A mixed lowland estate in rural Perthshire, with development opportunities, a cottage, prime arable land and a private loch has just launched to the market. Newbigging Estate is available for offers over £2.2m as a whole or in five lots.

Newbigging Estate provides an outstanding opportunity to purchase and develop an attractive mixed lowland estate in rural Perthshire.

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Set amid the gently undulating landscape, the estate benefits from an elevated situation with attractive views over surrounding woodland and farmland and has good access from the public road network.

There is a redundant farmhouse and associated traditional steading buildings, with full planning consent for five residential properties. The whole site enjoys expansive south-facing views.

The land extends to about 226 acres (92 ha) in total. It consists of 189 acres of arable ground, two acres of grass leys, three acres of rough grazings, 14 acres of woodland and a 14 acre loch.

A particular feature of the Estate is Kingsmyre Loch, a private amenity loch surrounded by woodland, ideal for foraging, walking and enjoying the outdoors. The loch, surrounded by 60-year-old coniferous woodland, is a hidden and remote haven for insect, bird and animal life.

The loch is stocked with rainbow trout and currently used for recreational fishing.

Associate director, Estates and Farm Agency, Strutt and Parker, and handling the sale, Diane Fleming, said: “The property has great potential to be made into a truly special amenity estate and is conveniently located within easy reach of Perth. Despite being well connected to the road network the setting is secluded and peaceful.

“Due to the diverse offering, we envisage that the property will attract a wide range of purchasers including developers, farmers and lifestyle buyers.

“Located on the Highland fringe, it also has excellent access to scenic towns and villages such as Dunkeld and Pitlochry and there is a huge network of private schools nearby.”