The land extend to about 60 hectares (148.26 acres) and comprises grazing land on an easterly facing slope and 1.9 hectares of native woodland in the north of the site. The land is surrounded to the north, west and south by commercial forestry plantations and rises from 120m to approximately 250m above sea level.
The majority of the land is Class 5, with a small amount of Class 4, on the James Hutton Institute Land Classification for Agricultural Scale.
There is potential for both commercial and native afforestation although there are no applications currently in progress.
The land is generally enclosed by stock fencing or by steep cliffside. March fencing is maintained on a mutual basis with neighbouring owners. The ground for sale is as is described in the title deeds and warrandice will be excluded for any area where the fence line lies outside the legal boundary.
A shared access is via a stoned track off the B842. There is, however, scope to allow construction of a forest road with access to the B842.
The sporting rights are not currently let and are included in the sale.
There are no existing grant schemes in place.
No archaeological features have been identified on site.
Mineral rights are included, except as provided for by statute.
Plans and Areas
These are based on the Ordnance Survey and are for reference only. The purchaser shall be deemed to have satisfied themselves as to their accuracy and any error shall not annul the sale or entitle any part to compensation in respect thereof.
Bell Ingram is an approved agent for the Agricultural Mortgage Corporation (AMC) who provide loan funding for farms and rural businesses at competitive rates. We can provide assistance in securing finance for various purposes including purchase of land and property, restructuring existing debt, working capital, funds for diversification projects or farm building improvements. If you would like to find out more or discuss your proposals in confidence, please call Sarah Tyson on 0738 621121 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
In the event that the seller has elected to tax, VAT may be payable on the purchase price.
Scottish Government Rural Payments and Inspections Directorate (SGRPID)
Cameron House, Albany Street, Oban PA34 4AE
Local Scottish Forestry Office
Perth and Argyll Conservancy, Upper Battleby, Redgorton, Perth PH1 3EN
Argyll & Bute Council, Argyll House, Alexandra Parade, Dunoon PA23 8AJ
Stewart, Balfour & Sutherland, Kinloch Hall, Lochend Street, Campbeltown PA28 6DL.
Third Party Servitudes and Burdens
The property is sold under the conditions of the Title Deeds, subject to all Servitude Rights, burdens, reservations, and wayleaves including rights of way and rights of access howsoever constituted.
The purchaser shall be held responsible to satisfy themselves as to the nature of all burdens, should they exist. Further details can be obtained via the selling agents. Title deeds will be exhibited to the purchaser’s legal agents for examination.
May be undertaken at any reasonable time by anyone in possession of a set of these particulars, however, the selling agent must be contacted beforehand.
A closing date may be fixed, and we would advise prospective purchasers to register their interest with Bell Ingram.
Early entry with vacant possession is available following legal settlement and payment of purchase price.
The land is accessed from a track off the B842 by Saddell Abbey. The land is located at NR 779 320 and a nearby post code is PA28 6QS.
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