If money is no option, then why not invest in this charming, coastal estate?
Kinloch, at one time one of the principal farms of the Pitfour estate, lies in an outstanding coastal location some 35 miles north of Aberdeen.
Picture: the sand dunes at Kinloch, Galbraith
As well as being a productive, primarily arable farm, Kinloch offers a wonderfully quiet lifestyle with its spacious seven-bedroom house, which was built between 1810 and 1820 and comes complete with a 650 KW biomass boiler, a stunning 12-acre loch, which is home to a huge variety of wildfowl and a beautiful private beach just a stone’s throw away.
Kinloch offers some great wildfowling, a good rough shoot, first rate equestrian and riding opportunities, and there are exciting and genuine business opportunities for a sizeable solar panel farm and for two 2.5 MW wind turbines.
The biomass boiler serves all the dwellings and ancillary buildings and provides useful RHI income. Timber is bought in, chipped, dried, stored on site and also sold locally.
Picture: the drawing room in Kinloch House, Galbraith
John Bound of Galbraith who is handling the sale says: “Kinloch is a real one off; a lovely family home with so many activities to enjoy but also a commercial farm with great renewable development potential.
"It is definitely a farm with a difference and one to consider.”
Kinloch extends in all to some 572 acres (231Ha) acres and is offered for sale as a whole or in four lots.
The guide price for the whole is £2,885,000.