A SIGNIFICANT livestock farm of over 500 acres in a beautiful setting close to Drymen in Stirlingshire has come onto the market.

Cairnlea Farm and the land at Meikle Drumquharn form a productive livestock unit with a mix of good quality pasture and silage ground. The farmhouse and range of modern and traditional farm buildings are located centrally within the holding and the land extends to approximately 517.85 acres.

The land has been classified by The James Hutton Institute as being predominantly Grade 4. 1 with a small area of Grade 4.2 and Grade 6.2. The land is currently all down to pasture and utilised for grazing and forage production. There is a good range of modern farm buildings and a slurry tower on the property.

Partner with Galbraith, Duncan Barrie, said: “Cairnlea Farm enjoys spectacular outlooks over surrounding open countryside and is just two miles from the pretty village of Drymen, near the banks of Loch Lomond. The farm borders the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park, one of Scotland’s protected areas of natural beauty offering a wide range of outdoor leisure pursuits.

“The farm presents the opportunity to acquire a commercial livestock farm equipped with a large block of pasture and silage ground all within a very accessible part of Central Scotland. Also included in the sale is a modern three-bedroom bungalow with two reception rooms and an enclosed garden area, and modern range of farm buildings. Cairnlea Farm and the Land at Meikle Drumquharn are within a 15-minute drive of an excellent transport infrastructure, via the M9/M80 motorway system. Glasgow and Stirling are only 19 and 20 miles away respectively.

Cairnlea Farm and the land at Meikle Drumquharn is for sale as a whole or in three lots.