Land at South Muasdale Farm

Muasdale, Tarbert, Argyll and Bute, PA29 6XD

Offers Over £325,000

125.43 acres

  • A productive and accessible area of land
  • Situated in a private location with spectacular views over the surrounding countryside0
  • Potential forestry planting opportunities on parts of the land (subject to the necessary consent)
  • About 50.76 Ha (125.43 Acres) in total
  • For Sale as a Whole

SITUATIONThe Land at South Muasdale Farm forms an attractive opportunity and is situated just to the south of the small village of Muasdale, and close to the villages of Glenbarr and Tayinloan. The village has a doctor’s surgery and small shop, and Campbeltown provides a good range of retail outlets, along with an historic cinema, swimming pool, primary and secondary schools, numerous bars and restaurants, and a library. There is a community hospital in Campbeltown, and the airport close to Machrihanish offers regular flights to Glasgow. Further services are located in the attractive fishing village of Tarbert to the north including shops, bars, restaurants and hotels. There is an excellent bus service between Glasgow and Campbeltown which passes through Muasdale.Argyll is a county offering a wide range of recreational pursuits. The area is a popular field sports destination with a number of estates in the vicinity offering driven and walked up game shooting. It is also a region popular with hill walkers and cyclists with a variety of tracks to suit all levels of fitness. The land is located in an area renowned for the high quality of its stock and timber produced from the surrounding forests. The area is well catered for by a range of agricultural suppliers and outlets including the renowned market at the Oban Agricultural Centre, which offers a first class outlet for livestock.DESCRIPTIONThe subjects form an attractive block of land extending to approximately 50.76 Ha (125.43 Acres) in total and is split into several enclosures. The farmland has been used in conjunction with the existing larger farming enterprise and is all down to pasture with two fields to the north east of the holding having recently been cropped and in fodder. The farmland has principally been classified as Grade 4.1 and 4.2 by The James Hutton Institute with a small area of Grade 5.3 along the eastern boundary. The land is well suited to grazing and fodder production with some of the fields having also grown cereals. The land rises from 40m above sea level to 130m at the south eastern boundary.The Seller intends to retain the existing farmhouse, buildings and remainder of the land. Some of the boundaries between this area and the subjects of sale are unfenced however are marked on the ground. The erection of any new fences will be met on a 50/50 basis between Seller and Purchaser. Further details are available from the Selling Agents. The Seller also intends to retain ownership of the access road to the house and buildings. Rights of servitude will be granted to the purchaser across this road.