Land at Rosneath

Rosneath, Helensburgh, Dunbartonshire, G84 0QT

Offers Over £180,000

60.29 acres

  • Attractive block of grazing and pasture ground
  • Land with longer term development opportunities (subject to the necessary planning consents)
  • Areas of amenity woodland
  • Rural yet accessible location close to amenities
  • 24.40 Ha (60.29 Acres)
  • For Sale as a Whole or in 4 Lots

SITUATIONThe Land at Rosneath is situated in a rural yet accessible location about 15 miles to the west of Helensburgh on the Rosneath Peninsula. The Rosneath Peninsula is situated within Argyll and Bute and is formed on its eastern shore from the confluence of the Firth of Clyde with the Gare Loch, and of the Clyde with Loch Long to the west.DESCRIPTIONThe Land at Rosneath extends to approximately 24.40 Ha (60.29 Acres) in total and comprises a mix of grazing and pasture ground with a small area of amenity woodland. The subjects of sale bound the settlement boundaries of Rosneath and Clynder, and may present longer term development opportunities subject to obtaining the necessary planning consents.METHOD OF SALEThe Land at Rosneath is offered for sale as a whole or in 4 lots.LOT 1: 9.46 Ha (23.37 Acres)The land in Lot 1 is located to the west of the settlement boundary of Clynder, and extends to about 9.46 Ha (23.37 Acres) in total. The land has been classified as Grade 5.2 by The James Hutton Institute. The land is generally of an easterly aspect lying between 18m and 103m above sea level. The land is enclosed to the west by an area of maturewoodland which provides shelter, and enclosed to the east by the settlement of Clynder. The subjects comprise a mix of woodland and pasture land which have historically been used for the grazing of livestock. The land benefits from a right of access from the settlement of Clynder via route A-B on the sale plan within the brochure.LOT 2: 9.25 HA (22.86 ACRES)The land in Lot 2 extends to about 9.25 Ha (22.86 Acres) in total. The land has been classified as Grade 5.2 by The James Hutton Institute, and is generally of an easterly aspect lying between 21m and 103m above sea level. The land is enclosed to the south and west by an area of mature woodland which provides shelter. There is a right of access for agricultural and forestry purposes only between points C-D-E on the sale plan within the brochure.LOT 3: 4.31 HA (10.65 ACRES)The land in Lot 3 is located to the west of settlement boundary of Rosneath, and extends to about 4.31 Ha (10.65 Acres) in total. The land has been classified as Grade 5.2 by The James Hutton Institute. The land is generally of an easterly aspect lying between 18m and 58m above sea level. The land is enclosed to the east by the residential settlement of Rosneath and open pasture land to the south and west. The subjects comprise primarily an area of open woodland, with areas of pasture land. There is a right of access for agricultural and forestry purposes only between points C-D-E on the sale plan within the brochure.LOT 4: 1.38 HA (3.41 ACRES)The land in Lot 4 lies to the west of settlement boundary of Rosneath and extends to 1.38 Ha (3.41 Acres) in total. The land has been classified as Grade 5.2 by The James Hutton Institute, and lies to the north west of the Clachan Burn. There is a right of access for agricultural and forestry purposes only between points C-D on the sale plan within the brochure.