From the deep south to the far north

Ashbridge, Ian
July 2008
Farmers Weekly;7/18/2008, p38
Trade Publication
The article reports that Savills is selling two farms at almost opposite ends of the British Isles. The firm's Edinburgh office is handling the sale of 430 acres of farmland and forest at Faughhill, to the west of the Eildon Hills near Montrose, while Penny Dart in Exeter is selling 165 acres with a traditional farmhouse on the edge of Dartmoor. All fields have access to water, either from natural watercourses or troughs. There are sound internal farm tracks and the land has good access from a minor public road on its eastern boundary.


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