Duncan Barrie, who is handling the sale of the land said:
This is an excellent opportunity to acquire a manageable block of arable and pasture ground situated in an idyllic rural setting but within easy access of the public road.
Lot 1 is currently down to Spring Barley and Lot 2 has been cropped for cereals historically with Lots 3 and 4 well suited to fodder and grazing respectively. The Land at No. 8 Killeonan has been classified as mainly Grade 3.2 and Grade 4.1 by The James Hutton Institute. The land rises overall from 15m above sea level at its lowest point, adjacent to the Chiskan Water, to 120m above sea level at its highest point to the north west of the land holdings.
Situated about 2.75 miles to the south west of Campbeltown, on the Kintyre Peninsula, the land is divided into four separate blocks all of which are accessed via private roads which lead from the B842.
The principal block of land is located to the west of holding on the opposite side of the B842 adjacent to the Chiskan Water, with lot 2 being immediately to the east of Killeonan Farm steading with the two further enclosures forming Lots 3 and 4 being located just to the north east of the subjects.
Kintyre enjoys a mild climate, with the beautiful Dunaverty Beach at Southend and the famous surfing beach at Westport also close by. The ‘Kintyre Express’, a small passenger ferry, has daily trips to Ballycastle, Northern Ireland, and the summer car ferry service from Ardrossan to Campbeltown, run by Caledonian MacBrayne, offers an excellent link to the Ayrshire coast. The islands of Davaar, Gigha, Islay and Arran are also within easy reach from Kintyre.
All formal offers are to be received by 12 noon on Wednesday 8 July 2020. The asking price for each lot is as follows:
Lot 1: Offers Over £ 80,000
Lot 2: Offers Over £ 75,000
Lot 3: Offers Over £ 35,000
Lot 4: Offers Over £ 35,000
For further details on the four lots please contact Galbraith.