14 October 2012

Eastertown of Auchleuchries


To be let for such number of years as may be agreed on,
Entry Whitsunday next,

THE Farm of EASTERTOWN of AUCHLEUCHRIES, as presently occupied by George Brook, lying in the parish of Cruden, and county of Aberdeen, measuring upwards of two hundred acres, nearly eighty of which are Infeld.

This farm is deserving the attention of a tenant of skill, and capital, being of easy access: the turnpike roads from Ellon to Peterhead and Fraserburgh pass quite close to it, and is situated in a part of the country where there is a ready market for all sorts of Grain; distant only ten miles from Peterhead and four from Newburgh, also a Sea-port, at which last place Lime is imported for sale.

The marches and boundaries will be pointed out by applying at the house of Auchleuchries.

Offers to be given in to Thomas Sangster, Advocate in Aberdeen, who will inform as to farther particulars.

Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 14th October 1812.

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