Cultybraggan Farm, a highly productive and versatile mixed farm in Perthshire, has been brought to the market by Galbraith.

Situated in a private position just to the south west of the conservation village of Comrie, yet within easy reach of amenities and the A9, Cultybraggan has about 235 hectares (582 acres) of land along with an attractive traditional farmhouse, modern farm cottage, and an adaptable range of farm buildings.

Galbraith partner Duncan Barrie said: “The sale of Cultybraggan Farm offers an exceptional opportunity to acquire a productive and well-maintained mixed farming unit located in a great location close to the popular village of Comrie. The farm sits in a very attractive setting adjacent to the Water of Ruchill amidst wonderful landscapes yet very accessible to Perth and Stirling. The purchaser would have the ability to continue existing farming operations or given the location and layout of the holding may look at other alternative uses for the land and buildings (subject to obtaining the necessary planning consents).”

Cultybraggan Farmhouse is of traditional stone construction, with two levels, offering five bedrooms, bathroom, shower room, WC, boot room/utility room, office, kitchen and two reception rooms. There is a separate shower room accessible from the steading. The farmhouse garden is mostly laid to lawn and enclosed by a number of mature trees and hedging. The house and garden benefit from southerly views over the surrounding countryside.

Cultybraggan Cottage, a modern bungalow on one level, provides a kitchen, sitting room, bathroom, three bedrooms and an integrated garage currently used for storage. The cottage also has its own garden and enjoys views to the west over the Water of Ruchill.

The farm buildings comprise a range of traditional farm buildings of stone construction including former cattle courts, dairy and old byre, and a large mill shed. Adjacent to the traditional range of buildings, there are five adjoining modern sheds, all of concrete frame construction set under corrugated roofs with concrete and stone floors and block walls.

Located just to the west of the original range of concrete-framed buildings there is a more modern cattle court of steel portal frame construction under a fibre cement roof with a concrete floor, Yorkshire boarding and box profile side cladding and block walls, measuring 30.6m x 11.7m.

A second range of farm buildings to the northeast of the principal farm steading includes a slatted cattle court (23.7m x 19.3m) and former piggery (37.8m x 5.9m).

The farmland at Cultybraggan is split into several areas by the public roads, but benefits from an excellent level of vehicular access either directly off the public road or via a network of internal farm tracks. The farmland has principally been classified as a mix of Grade 3.2, 4.2, and 5.2 by the James Hutton Institute.

The farming system has been centred on a mix of cereals, potatoes, and temporary grass, and all of the land has benefited from regular applications of farmyard manure generated from the seller’s existing livestock enterprise which comprises approximately 60 suckler cows with followers, with sheep brought in over the winter months. However historically the farm has run upwards of 200 sucklers with 200 sheep plus followers.

The arable land can be worked to a good depth and a continuous programme of ditching and drainage works has ensured that the land is farmed to its maximum potential. In addition, a significant proportion of the fences around the pasture fields have been renewed in recent years. The fields are all well laid out and can easily accommodate modern machinery with the majority of the enclosures having access to natural source or mains water supplies.

There are several small areas of woodland throughout the holding providing an element of shelter and amenity and comprising a principal area of woodland known as Cowden Woodland, with several smaller areas of mixed amenity woodland adjacent to the Water of Ruchill. Surrounding areas are well catered for by a range of agricultural suppliers, merchants, and machinery dealers, with a successful local machinery ring available to provide additional resources as and when required.

Cultybraggan Farm is for sale as a whole, through Galbraith for offers over £2,850,000. Contact Duncan Barrie on 01786 434 600 or