Alistair Christie, handling the sale for Galbraith said: “The Land at Glenmore presents an exciting prospect for those keen to expand their existing portfolio or prospective purchasers wishing to look into natural capital opportunities, be it afforestation or peatland restoration where appropriate. The land is located in a truly beautiful part of the country with far reaching views across Loch Melfort and the surrounding hills and with a variety of smaller villages such as Kilmelford along the coast.”


Ranging from 120m rising to 370m above sea level at the most northern point at the Cairn at Cruach na Seilcheig, the land consists of a blend of non-calcareous gleys and humic gleys, along with a significant area of peaty gleys which can be found throughout the property.


Part of the property is subject to the intake and infrastructure relating to the Glenmore Hydro Scheme. In order to protect the hydro, specific areas of land would be subject to restrictions with regards to planting of trees and any other operations which might impact the scheme.


Argyll is a county offering a wide range of recreational pursuits. The area is a popular field sports destination with a number of estates in the vicinity offering driven and walked up game shooting. Argyll is particularly popular for its walking destinations and beautiful scenery. Land at Glenmore offers views across the Slate Islands.


Land at Glenmore, Kilmelford, Oban, Argyll is for sale through Galbraith at offers over £485,000.