Land At Gartmore

Gartmore, Stirlingshire, FK8 3RY

Offers Over £80,000

15.54 acres

  • Productive pasture land suitable for agricultural, equestrian or amenity purposes.
  • Rural yet accessible location close to amenities.
  • Private position with picturesque outlook.
  • Potential for small scale tree planting and Natural Capital opportunities.

SITUATIONThe Land at Gartmore is situated in a private ruralposition with the village of Gartmore being lessthan half a mile away and offering a range of localamenities. The historic City of Stirling (about 19.4miles) offers the full range of amenities includingshopping, leisure and business facilities withregular mainline rail connections to Glasgow andEdinburgh. Glasgow (Scotland’s largest city) isonly 24.9 miles away and Edinburgh (Scotland’scapital) is about an hour and a half’s drive away.The Land at Gartmore is located in close proximityto an excellent transport infrastructure with theM9/M80 motorway system accessible withinabout a 30 minute drive. Glasgow and EdinburghInternational Airports are only about 29 miles and51 miles distant respectively and offer regulardomestic and international flights.Sitting in the heart of the historic county ofStirlingshire, the local area offers an enormousrange of cultural and leisure opportunities.There are some excellent golf courses in thearea including a nearby course at Balfron aswell as Buchanan Castle and StrathendrickGolf Clubs near Drymen, and the world famouscourses at Loch Lomond and Gleneagles areeasily accessible. There are private sports clubsat Drymen and Milngavie, whilst Balfron has theCommunity Sports Centre with swimming pool.The land is located within the scenic LochLomond and The Trossachs National Park whichoffers world famous scenery with a plethora ofrecreation and leisure opportunities, including awide range of water sports.The surrounding hills, the Trossachs and theCampsie Fells are extremely popular with hillwalkers and climbers and the region also offersexcellent opportunities for mountain biking,sailing, pony trekking, shooting and fishing.Agriculturally, the local area is well provided forby merchants and suppliers, with local livestockmarkets nearby providing a fantastic outlet forgood quality livestock which the area is renownedfor producing.DESCRIPTIONThe Land at Gartmore extends to approximately6.29 Ha (15.54 Acres) in total and is currentlyutilised for the grazing of livestock. The land isof a north easterly aspect and has been classifiedby the James Hutton Institute as a mix of Grades4.1 and 5.3. The ground is split between an areaof permanent grassland, and a smaller are tothe north, of rough grazing. The land is currentlyserved with natural water in the form of a smallstream running from east to west through thesubjects. The field is enclosed by a combinationof rylock and post and wire fencing which is inneed of repair, however in a stock proof condition.Access to the Land at Gartmore is taken directly,via a choice of 2 field gates from the roadside ofan unnamed council maintained road which leadsto the southern edge of the village of Gartmorethen further onto the A81.METHOD OF SALEThe property is offered for sale as a whole.DIRECTIONSTo access the Land at Gartmore, From the M9,leave at junction 10, taking the second exit atthe roundabout onto the A84 towards Stirling.Follow the signposts for the A811 (Erskine Bridge)and continue in a westerly direction passing theturnings to Gargunnock and Kippen. Continue onthe A811 and at the “Ballat Crossroads” turn rightonto the A81. Follow this road for 4 miles, thenturn left, following signs for Gartmore. Follow thisroad for approximately 1.1 miles and the land is onthe right.