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Land At Cambusurich

Ardeonaig, Killin, Stirlingshire, FK21 8SU

Offers Over £755,000


  • Traditional farm steading with development potential (subject to the necessary consents)

  • Beautifully situated with superb views over Loch Tay

  • Productive in-by pasture adjacent to the Loch foreshore

  • An attractive block of amenity woodland

  • An expansive area of hill ground

  • Planting potential subject to consents

  • Loch frontage and sporting potential

  • Additional grazing rights on adjoining hill

  • 614.80 Ha (1,519.17 Acres) in all

  • For Sale as a Whole or in 5 Lots

Situated on the border between Perthshire and
Stirlingshire, approximately 1½ miles to the west
of Ardeonaig, the Land at Cambusurich enjoys an
attractive elevated position on the banks of Loch
Tay. The settlement of Killin is 6 miles to the ...

Situated on the border between Perthshire and
Stirlingshire, approximately 1½ miles to the west
of Ardeonaig, the Land at Cambusurich enjoys an
attractive elevated position on the banks of Loch
Tay. The settlement of Killin is 6 miles to the west
of the property and provides day-to-day amenities
including a range of individual retailers, chemist,
doctor’s surgery, hotels and Post Office. Killin also
hosts a primary school with secondary schooling
available at either McLaren High School in
Callander or Breadalbane Academy in Aberfeldy.
This area offers a wide range of activities including
hill walking, climbing, water sports and country
sports with stalking, shooting and fishing all
being available locally. Loch Tay itself offers
opportunities for fishing, boating and water sports.

To the south lies the historic City of Stirling which
offers a full range of amenities including shopping
centre, sports and business facilities with regular
mainline and bus connections to Glasgow and
Edinburgh. Glasgow, Scotland’s largest city, again
offers a good range of city facilities including an
international airport.

The holding is located in an area renowned
for the high quality of its stock and sporting
opportunities. The surrounding areas are also well
catered for by a range of agricultural suppliers and
outlets including the renowned market at Stirling
Agricultural Centre which provides a first class
outlet for stock reared on the property.

The property comprises a traditional farm steading,
a small amount of in-by pasture adjacent to the
Loch foreshore, a block of amenity woodland and
an area of hill ground extending to approximately
614.80 Ha (1,519.17 Acres in all. The farm buildings
present an excellent development opportunity
(subject to the necessary consents), and are
situated in a desirable location. The steading and
surrounding land enjoy magnificent views over the
Loch with the hills beyond.