THE SCOTSMAN SATURDAY 11TH AUGUST 1923
FRUIT FARM AND DWELLING-HOUSE AT CAIRNEYHILL FOR SALE
For sale by private bargain, that property consisting of land and dwelling-house, on the south side of the Main Road in the village of Cairneyhill, near Dunfermline, and known as ‘Cairneyhill fruit farm’. The land, which extends to about two acres, is highly productive for market garden purposes. The present stock consists of about 5000 raspberry bushes, 400 red currant bushes, nearly three-quarters of an acre of strawberries, all in full bearing, while the remainder of the land is cropped with vegetables. There is also an acre and a half of land adjoining, which is used as a market garden, and of which a lease can be obtained. The dwelling-house, which is supplied with water and gas, and is at present vacant, contains three rooms, kitchen and conveniences.
The village of Cairneyhill is about three miles west of Dunfermline. The property is within two minutes’ walk of the railway station, and the buses between Culross and Dunfermline pass the door several times each day. There is a large population in the neighbourhood, and a great demand for all kinds of fruit and vegetables. Early entry can be arranged. Feu duty £1 19s 5d.
Offers will be received by Thomas Blair & Sons, Dunfermline, up to 21st August.