8 June 2014

Mains of Kinneff


To be Let, for 19, or such number of years as may be agreed on 
(not exceeding 21.) and entered to at Martinmas 1816,

THE Farm of MAINS of KINNEFF, consisting of 276 Scots Acres, or thereby, presently possessed by Mr James Hector, who is bound by stipulations favourable to an entering tenant.  The Farm is situated on the sea coast, 7 miles from Stonehaven, and 3 from Bervie.  The turnpike road between these towns forms its northern boundary; and there is a commutation road, equally good, passing through the centre of the Farm.  There is a natural harbour on the Ground, where Lime can be imported, and Grain exported, and where Sea Ware can be procured for Manure.  The quality of the land is allowed to be equal to any in the county.  The Farm is enclosed and subdivided with stone dykes; and water is to be had in all the fields.

Mr ROBERTSON, in his Agricultural Survey of the County, says of this Farm, "I have not met, in all Kincardineshire, with so strong a resemblance to an East Lothian Property, either with regard to Soil, Cultivation, or even Climate, as here."

The Court of Offices is large, containing a good Threshing Mill, Grain Lofts, and every accommodation requisite for a large Farm.  The Dwelling House contains two Public Rooms, and Lodging Rooms, sufficient for the accommodation of a large family.

Sealed offers to be lodged with Mr John Brand, Writer, Stonehaven, or Mr Anthony Davidson, Writer, Montrose, betwixt and Whitsunday next.

Offers not accepted will be kept secret, if desired.

Also to be Let, the SPINNING MILLS of BERVIE and PITCARRY, as formerly Advertised.

Apply to Mr Brand.

Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 8th June 1814.

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