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Land at Kinlochard

Kinlochard, Aberfoyle, Stirling, Stirlingshire, FK8 3TW

Offers Over £100,000


  • Useful area of amenity and natural regeneration woodland

  • Potential for development subject to necessary consents

  • Situated in a peaceful location with spectacular views over the surrounding countryside

  • Useful general purpose store with working electricity, and telecommunications connection

  • Private yet accessible location with good road access to nearby settlements and Stirling

  • About 10.99 Hectares (27.15 Acres) in total

The Land at Kinlochard lies approximately 4.4 miles to the west of Aberfoyle, in an area of open countryside to the south west of the settlement of Kinlochard. The subjects are accessed off the unnamed road which connects Blairhullichan to …

The Land at Kinlochard lies approximately 4.4 miles to the west of Aberfoyle, in an area of open countryside to the south west of the settlement of Kinlochard. The subjects are accessed off the unnamed road which connects Blairhullichan to Kinlochard. This road connects to the B829 and benefits from links with the A81 providing access to Glasgow. The City of Stirling is situated approximately 24 miles to the east with the M9 and A9 providing further links to Edinburgh and the north respectively.

The Land at Kinlochard lies in a picturesque position to the west of Loch Ard. The subjects form an attractive block of grazing ground and regenerative woodland including a selection of birch, oak and hazel species. The land extends to 10.99 ha (27.15 acres) in total and is bound to the north by the River Chon with a disused hydraulic ram pump house situated towards the northern boundary of the property. The land has been classified as Grade 5.2 and 5.3 by The James Hutton Institute and benefits from a useful concrete construction general purpose store that has n electricity supply and telecommunication connectivity. The land rises from 40m above sea level to 66m at its highest point on the northern boundary. The land fronts onto the unnamed road which connects Blairhullichan to Kinlochard from here it connects to the B829 public road which leads west from Aberfoyle to Kinlochard. The land provides an excellent opportunity to acquire an attractive block of regenerative woodland with unspoilt views over the surrounding countryside.