An attractive mix of woodland and amenity land located on the Black Isle in Ross-shire, Scotland.

An attractive mix of woodland and amenity land located on the Black Isle in Ross-shire, Scotland.

About 110.78 acres (44.83 Ha) in total

For sale as a whole or in four lots

Lot 3 – Approximately 16.98 acres (6.87 Ha) Situated between two access roads, this is a very accessible section of woodland with a varied mix of conifer planted approximately 45-50 years ago. Like the neighbouring sections of woodland, it also benefits from having a great panoramic view looking south east across to Morayshire.

All four lots offer the opportunity to own and manage some interesting woodland with the potential for alternative use in a highly sought after area.

This property has 16.98 acres of land.

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Title Burden Prospective purchasers should note that there is a development clawback provision on the title. If consent is granted for alternative use (other than agriculture / forestry) 50% of the uplift in value will be payable to Forestry and Land Scotland.

Health and Safety: Given the potential hazards of a woodland, we ask you to be as vigilant as possible when making your inspection for your own personal safety.

Rights of Way and Access: The sale is subject to all rights of support, public and private rights of way, water, light, drainage and wayleaves, all or any other like rights, whether mentioned in these particulars or not. The purchaser will be held to have satisfied themselves as to the nature of all such servitude rights and others.

Sporting Rights: The sporting rights are in hand and included in the sale.

Timber Rights: All standing timber and fallen timber are included in the sale insofar as they are owned.

Mineral Rights: All mineral rights are included in the sale insofar as they are owned.

Situation

Burnside woodland is situated centrally on the black isle beside the village of Killen, enjoying an attractive rural setting yet is close to the highland capital of Inverness.

Inverness is one of the fastest growing cities in Europe in recent years. It is a vibrant and attractive city with excellent shopping, educational and medical facilities as one would expect from the capital of the Highlands, including the recently built Inverness Campus of the University of the Highlands and Islands. The area is famed for its scenic beauty and is an excellent base from which to enjoy outdoor pursuits.

Inverness is very much the commercial and business centre for the Highlands of Scotland and is convenient for the airport which is located to the east of the city. The airport provides a variety of domestic and European flights. Inverness also has excellent public transport links with good bus and rail connections.

Directions

From Inverness, take the A9 over the Kessock Bridge, and then turn right onto the B9161 signposted for Munlochy. At the junction at Munlochy turn right and immediately left onto an unclassified public road. Follow this for 3 miles and turn right onto a further unclassified public road. Killen and the start of Burnside woodland is reached after 2.2 miles.

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Ref: INV200113

Lot 3 - Burnside Wood Fortrose Ross-Shire IV10

Offers Over
£80,000

Ref: INV200113

Lot 3 - Burnside Wood Fortrose Ross-Shire IV10

Offers Over
£80,000