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Status: Under Offer
Lot 5, 5 Auchinlay Holdings, Dunblane, FK15 9NA
For Sale, £165,000
  • Sizes:
  • 100000sqft,
  • 155682.57㎡,
  • 38.47 Acres,
  • 15.9 Hectares

Type: Purchase

Under Offer

Summary

  • UNDER OFFER
  • Good grazing
  • Class 3:2 in quality
  • Two field gates
  • Good access
  • F2 for forestry

Location

Dunblane is a quaint cathedral town and lies between the rugged mountain peaks of Perthshire to the north and the Carse of Stirling to the south, on the banks of the river Allan, a tributary of the River Forth. The 13th century cathedral is the focal point of this charming town with a population of around 9,000 residents.

The town has a variety of local and independent shops in addition to convenient supermarkets including a Marks and Spencer foodstore, Tesco and Cooperative store. Dunblane offers good recreational facilities which include tennis, squash and bowling clubs and a golf club. The Dunblane Centre has a range of facilities available for all ages such as a sports hall, art studio, fitness suite, music room and a conference room. The Riverside Restaurant, Old Churches House Hotel and Brasserie and the popular Tilly Tearoom provide opportunities for dining out, as well as the well-known DoubleTree by Hilton Dunblane Hydro Hotel. This Hotel also offers a leisure club. In addition the highly acclaimed Cromlix hotel is nearby.

Description

Lot 5 offers the largest land parcel and has been farmed historically, predominantly for sheep or cattle grazing. The land slopes to the South East and has boundary post and wire fencing and a stone dyke wall to the northern boundary. There are two field gates to Lot 5 and a phone mast (outwith the subjects of sale) sits at the most northerly point and pylons also cross this site.
The property lies at approximately 80 metres above sea level and the land slopes towards the south predominantly.
The land is shown on the Hutton Institute Land Capability for Agriculture Plans as being of Class 3:2 in quality. The soils are described on the Hutton Institute Soil Plans as being mainly mineral gleys of the Rowanhill Soil Association.
The land may have afforestation potential. Subject to necessary consents, the land may be suitable for native woodland creation. The Land is classified as F2 for capability for forestry.
The land lies within the Central Scotland Green Network Contribution Area and may therefore be eligible for grant funding for forestry creation.
Funding remains available through the Scottish Government’s Forestry Grant Scheme. Approved schemes would also be eligible to be registered on the Woodland Carbon register which offers opportunity to trade the associated carbon credits.
There are currently no grant schemes in operation over the land. The land is affected by surface water flooding on the north east corner only, further information is available on SEPA maps.

Downloads

Floor Plans: Download Plan
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Telephone: 01786 833800
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