Netherton Farm, Dalrymple
Dalrymple, Ayrshire, KA6 6AX
Netherton Farm is located approximately 1.4 miles south west of Dalrymple in South Ayrshire. The village of Dalrymple has a range of services including a primary school, post office, public house and bus services towards Ayr and Stranraer. A broader range of services can be found in Ayr, approximately 6 miles, where there are good rail and bus links to Glasgow and beyond.
Netherton Farm is a productive mixed livestock and arable farm contained within a ring fence although split in two blocks by the public highway. It extends to 399.44 acres (161.65 hectares) or thereby. Whilst the farm is predominantly laid to grass, some barley is grown and more could be brought into the crop rotation. The steading is a mixture of traditional and modern farm buildings. The attractive traditional farmhouse (two storey) forms part of the original courtyard.
The agricultural land extends to 399.44 acres (161.65 hectares) or thereby, lying between 65m to 120m above sea level. The farm is ring fenced, albeit split into two blocks by the public highway. According to the James Hutton Institute’s Land Capability for Agriculture Classification the land ranges from Class 3.1 to 4.2. It is predominantly laid to grass with some barley grown. The vast majority is suitable for mowing and cropping.