Newstead reservoir 155 sq.M, this main site (I4m x 8m) approx is located with-in arable field, 150m to the north of Newstead Farm Steading. Occupying the majority of the site is a concrete tank (11m x 7m) approx with two adjoining oval shaped roof structures. The tank is largely underground and its grass covered roof has a maximum height above ground level of I.5m. The site boundaries are believed to follow the line of an old fence placed approximately 1m from the edge of the tank, hence: The former block pump-house building to the south of the reservoir is not included in the property. A very small water tank known as an inlet tank (1.1m x I.3m) lies approximately 100m to the east of the main site, with-in the same field. It is 0.75m high and comprises an oval concrete tank, with a tank depth of 1m. The sites are located 0.6 miles to the east of the village of Cuminestown (population 500) and 6 miles to the east of Turriff (population 4,600).Within the curtilage of Newstead Farm, the reservoir and inlet tank stand in an arable field and a water source with-in a triangular shaped area of woodland. Located 100m to the north of the reservoir are three areas of ground: A small head chamber (4 sq.Yds); a pressure chamber (4 sq.Yds) and ram chamber (8 sq.Yds) measuring together 16 sq.Yds (13.4 sq.M). Phone or submit an enquiry form to get the full Auction Catalogue and further details regarding this sale. Future Property Auctions, Scotland's Largest Land and Property Auctioneer.
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