Cameron estates prompt some 'incredible interest'

McLaren, Carol
June 2006
Farmers Weekly;6/30/2006, Vol. 144 Issue 26, p88
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The article reports on the sale of Invermearan and Glenlochy estates in Scotland, previously owned by former National Farmers Union president John Cameron and his wife Margaret, to Edinmore Properties, along with most of the Camerons' farming empire. The two estates are back on the market at offers over £5.5 million. Edinmore has also placed three Fife farms previously owned by the Camerons on the market. The Fife units went on sale with offers over £2.75 million invited, making the combined sales of the land at Killin and Fife set to gross at least £8.3 million.


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