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Brodoclea Woodland

Dalry, North Ayrshire, KA24 5HR

Offers Over £500,000


The woodland at Brodoclea extends to approximately 174 Ha (429 acres) lying between 180m and 350m and is of mixed aspect, prominently east facing, and is principally divided into areas mainly comprising of: Oak, Ash, Alder; Birch and Sycamore, complimenting ...

The woodland at Brodoclea extends to approximately 174 Ha (429 acres) lying between 180m and 350m and is of mixed aspect, prominently east facing, and is principally divided into areas mainly comprising of: Oak, Ash, Alder; Birch and Sycamore, complimenting established broadleaf woodland and some Sitka Spruce. The soil composes of Brown Soils; Peaty Podzols; Mineral Gleys; and Peaty Gleys. The average rainfall for Dalry is 106.25mm per annum.

All of the woodland is deer fenced to external and internal boundaries and the main access is public as far as the separately owned farm at the heart of the plantation. There is a good forest track leading to the hill above Brodoclea Farm. There is also readily available stone on site located in the quarry in the Western section of the property.

Brodoclea Wood is located in the Valley of the Rye Water approximately three miles north of Dalry, Ayr. The area has good communications to both the north and south via A737 to Glasgow (27 miles), and the A71 to Kilmarnock.

Dalry has a range of shops, schools and services as well as a railway station, with a broader range of services, retail outlets and other amenities can be found in both Irving and Kilmarnock.

Glasgow and Prestwick Airports are 19 and 21 miles respectively, and Edinburgh Airport is 66 miles distant.