CAPITAL FARM TO BE LET
There is to be let, for such number of years as may be agreed upon, and entered to at Whitsunday next,
THE Farm of WESTER FINDON, in the parish of Gamrie, and county of Banff, as lately occupied by the deceased James Dockar, on a liferent lease.
On the Farm there is an excellent Dwelling House, Threshing Mill, and suitable offices. It contains upwards of 100 acres, all in excellent heart, and of very superior quality. The situation, being in the immediate vicinity of the thriving town of Gardenston, is highly adapted for carrying on every improvement, at a moderate expence.
The Farm having been under a liferent lease, a tenant will enter under very advantageous circumstances; and to such as are well recommended, every encouragement will be given.
The boundaries of the Farm will be pointed out by James Leggat, near Gardenston, or John Pirie, ground-officer; and every information will be afforded on application to Mr Burnett, Advocate, Aberdeen.
Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 28th December 1814.