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Land at Craig Farm

Dalmally, Argyll and Bute, PA33 1AR

Offers Over £1,600,000


  • An extensive area of productive hill ground

  • Areas of mature and newly planted woodland

  • Situated in a private location with spectacular views over surrounding countryside

  • Forestry planting potential, subject to obtaining necessary consents

  • Productive in-by and grazing ground adjacent to the River Orchy

The Land at Craig Farm is situated in an elevated position approximately 1¼ miles to the north east of the village of Dalmally. Dalmally is situated along the Strath of Orchy in Argyll & Bute some two miles east of …

The Land at Craig Farm is situated in an elevated position approximately 1¼ miles to the north east of the village of Dalmally. Dalmally is situated along the Strath of Orchy in Argyll & Bute some two miles east of the tip of Loch Awe. The village includes a primary school, medical practice, pharmacy, golf club, general store with post office and the popular Dalmally Auction Mart.

There is a local train station within the village which enjoys regular services on the Glasgow to Oban line and the A85 connects Oban to the west to Perth to the east. The principal West Coast town of Oban is situated 25.5 miles away and offers a wide choice of shops, restaurants, schools and leisure centre.

The land is magnificently situated in a highly scenic landscape of lochs, glens and mountains, where the famous Orchy Salmon River joins Loch Awe.

The Land at Craig Farm lies in an elevated position to the north east of Dalmally. The subjects form an attractive block of south facing hill ground extending to 825.10 Ha (2038.10 Acres) which includes a selection of new and existing woodland plantations which extend to approximately 112.61 ha (278.26 Acres) in total.

The land has been classified as a mixture of Grade 5.2, 6.2 and 6.3 by The James Hutton Institute and rises from approximately 45m above sea level at its lowest point on the southern boundary adjacent to the River Orchy to about 625m at the highest point on the northern perimeter adjacent to the hill know as Beinn Donachain.

The land is situated in a single block and is enclosed by a combination of post and rylock fences and, located to the south of the property are a number of smaller enclosures, currently all down to pasture and utilised for sheep in-by grazing.

The land is accessed via a private farm track which leads east from Old Military Road which lies to the north of the A85. The land provides an excellent opportunity to acquire a productive block of hill ground with picturesque views over the surrounding countryside.