Newstead Reservoir, Cuminestown, Turriff, AB53 8RG
- NEWSTEAD RESERVOIR 155 sq.m. Rare Auction Lot. Sure to appeal to the shrewd investor.
- Located with-in an arable field. Vendor will consider early offers.
- Inlet tank lies approximately 100m to the east of the main site
- Comprises an oval concrete tank, with a tank depth of 1m
- Sites are located 0.6 miles to the east of the village of Cuminestown
NEWSTEAD RESERVOIR 155 sq.m, this main site (I4m x 8m) approx is located with-in arable field, 150m to the north of Newstead Farm Steading. Occupying the majority of the site is a concrete tank (11m x 7m) approx with two adjoining oval shaped roof structures. The tank is largely underground and its grass covered roof has a maximum height above ground level of I.5m. The site boundaries are believed to follow the line of an old fence placed approximately 1m from the edge of the tank, hence: the former block pump-house building to the south of the reservoir is not included in the property. A very small water tank known as an inlet tank (1.1m x I.3m) lies approximately 100m to the east of the main site, with-in the same field. It is 0.75m high and comprises an oval concrete tank, with a tank depth of 1m. The sites are located 0.6 miles to the east of the village of Cuminestown (population 500) and 6 miles to the east of Turriff (population 4,600).Within the curtilage of Newstead Farm, the reservoir and inlet tank stand in an arable field and a water source with-in a triangular shaped area of woodland. Located 100m to the north of the reservoir are three areas of ground: A small head chamber (4 sq.yds); a pressure chamber (4 sq.yds) and ram chamber (8 sq.yds) measuring together 16 sq.yds (13.4 sq.m).