Galbraith is Scotland’s leading independent property consultancy, with expertise across a broad spectrum of property related services.

Land At Loch Glow

Cleish, Kinross, Kinross-Shire, KY13 0LS

Offers Over £185,000


  • An attractive block of hill ground within an accessible part of Kinross-shire

  • Private accessible location benefitting from public road frontage

  • Productive mix of pasture and hill grazing

  • Two hill lochs situated in a private position with panoramic views

The land is situated in an elevated position to the
south of the settlement of Cleish, immediately
adjacent to the north of Loch Glow, some 4 miles north west of Kelty and approximately 5 miles south west of Kinross.

The ...

The land is situated in an elevated position to the
south of the settlement of Cleish, immediately
adjacent to the north of Loch Glow, some 4 miles north west of Kelty and approximately 5 miles south west of Kinross.

The land is situated in a highly accessible location with the M90 just to the east providing quick access to both Edinburgh and the North. There is a nearby Park and Ride service at Kinross, with regular express coach services to Edinburgh, Glasgow and Dunfermline. There is a train station at Inverkeithing with services to both Haymarket and Edinburgh Waverley as well as a further Park and Ride Service.
Edinburgh Airport is situated in periphery of the City and has a wide range of domestic and international fights.

The surrounding countryside provides a wonderful setting for the property and there are ample opportunities for the outdoor enthusiast. Loch Leven is renowned for its excellent trout fishing, and the beautiful countryside provides excellent walking, cycling, and riding opportunities. St Andrews, the “Home of Golf”, is some 32 miles to the east and Gleneagles Hotel is 19 miles to the North West.

The area is well served by the public road with the M90 motorway approximately 3.5 miles to the east whilst Stirling with its renowned livestock market is approximately 25 miles to the west.

The land provides a mixture of productive permanent pasture and hill grazing and is relatively undulating with a number of rocky outcrops and steep slopes throughout and there are two smaller hill lochs located centrally within the holding. The land extends to approximately 93.52 Ha (231.09 Acres) in total and is situated in a single block bound between two existing Forestry Commission plantations and is accessed directly off the minor public road which links the B9097 to the B914.

The land is of a varying aspect rising from 222m above sea level adjacent to the public road adjacent to the north of the holding to 336m above sea level at the “Inneans” close to the western boundary of the land. The land is bound to the south by the foreshore of larger body of water known as Loch Glow, and the current stocking capacity on the land has been around 150 ewes with followers with around 20-25 horses grazed during the summer months.