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390-Acre farm site near Peterhead goes up for sale

By David Porter

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Aberdeen & Northern Estates has launched Hatton Farm and Cromlabank to the market.

Hatton Farm is part of the package deal which has hit the market.
Hatton Farm is part of the package deal which has hit the market.

The property, which scales approximately 390 acres and includes the sale of three residential properties, is the largest farm to be launched on the open market across the north-east of Scotland in 2024 so far.

Hatton Farm and Cromlabank is a mixed livestock and arable farm, situated in a renowned farming region adjoining the village of Hatton approximately 10 miles south-west of Peterhead. The farm is on the market as a whole for offers over £2,390,000 or in three separate lots.

Lot 1 comprises the sale of Hatton Farm, including a five-bedroom traditional farmhouse, an extensive range of farm buildings extending to 3,232sqm of thereby and land extending to 126.43Ha (312.41 acres).

Lot 2 includes the sale of Hatton Farm Cottage – a single-story semi-detached farm cottage situated o.2 miles from the village of Hatton and enjoys views over the Buchan countryside.

Lot 3 comprises the sale of Cromlabank, including Cromlabank Farmhouse – a one and a half storey 3-bedroom farmhouse located 1 mile from the village of Hatton and farm buildings comprising of traditional stone steadings and blockwork buildings. Farmland at Cromlabank contains 5 field parcels extending to 29.82Ha (74 acres) or thereby.

James Presly, Director of Aberdeen & Northern Estates said: “The launch of Hatton Farm and Cromlabank to the market last week sparked strong levels of interest as the first of its scale to reach the market in 2024. At Aberdeen & Northern Estates we pride ourselves with having market leading understanding of the North and North East farm and rural property market and we look forward to progressing the sale over the coming weeks.”

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