10 November 2013

Newton of Fechil, Ellon


NEWTON of FECHIL, situated within half a mile of Ellon, is to be Let for Twelve Years from Whitsunday next.

This Farm consists of about one hundred and fifty acres of arable land; the greatest part of which has been lately highly improved, and is at present in good condition.

The turnpike road to Ellon goes through the heart of the Farm, and the ground on the east of that road is inclosed.  There is easy access for obtaining Lime, which can be conveyed by the Ythan to within a few hundred yards of the Farm, from the port of Newburgh, which is distant only about three miles from the Farm, and where there is a ready market for grain.

Entry to the farm at Martinmass first; the tenant will be accommodated with Corn and Fodder, the growing crop, viz. Wheat, Turnip, and new Grass, at a valuation.

For further particulars, apply to Mrs MURRAY, New Inn, Ellon.

Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 10th November 1813.

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