A FARM in Central Fife worth around £1.9 million is on the market and available to interested buyers.

North Pitkinny Farm - accessed via the B9097 onto Torres Loan - is a ring-fenced mixed farming unit extending to about 432.35 acres (174.95 hectares) with a traditional and well-presented farmhouse and range of farm buildings lying in the heart of the farm with a sizeable yard.

The farmland is a mix of arable, temporary grass and permanent pasture fields with well-established hedges, woodland areas and a small area of rough grazings, Galbraith Group says.

The land lies within a single contiguous block with fields of a good workable size with many of the field boundaries marked by well-established hedges with good access either directly off the minor public road or via the internal farm tracks.

The arable land is principally classified at Grade 3(2) as designated by the James Hutton Institute.

The farm has been run historically as a mixed unit, rearing cattle, over-wintering sheep and the growing of principally spring barley and periodically potatoes. Currently, a number of the arable fields are let for the growing of broccoli and cauliflower with some of the grass fields let under grazing agreements. The eastern side of the farm was, at one time, opencast mine but was re-instated some forty years ago and has been farmed by the current owners for the last 25 years.

North Pitkinny Farmhouse is a traditional farmhouse with a harled and painted exterior under a tiled roof. It is very well presented with good sized rooms (four bedrooms) offering flexible accommodation. METHOD OF SALE

North Pitkinny Farm is available as a whole or in six lots.

To find out more, visit Galbraith's website.