Woodland, Comrie, Crieff

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Property Description

Property Summary

A rare opportunity to acquire beautiful woodland of some approx. 1.2 acres lying on the western periphery of the stunning Perthshire conservation village of Comrie. The dominating species are a mixture of oak, birch and beech, some of which are of great stature, along with evidence of old oak coppice. This variety of species is a great example of ecological diversity that will draw in and support a wide number of woodland stalwarts such as red squirrel, deer and all manner of birdlife.
The opportunity to buy an area of woodland within easy walking distance of a sought after Scottish village is rare indeed & we expect a high level of interest. The sale is freehold and there is no covenant attached to the sale of this wood.

Location
Within walking distance of the centre of the village, the woods are extremely accessible. Comrie itself is a beautiful and lively village nestling on the banks of the River Earn, some 7mls west of Crieff and only 25mls from the cities of Perth and Stirling. There are a number of independent shops along with two hotels, restaurants, a medical centre and a dentist. There is Primary schooling within the village with both private and public education available within Crieff. The area is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts, with many woodland and hill walks, renowned mountain-biking at ’Comrie Croft’ and water sport at Loch Earn (6miles).

Viewing
The wood has open access. Coming into Comrie on the A85 from Crieff, passing the White Church on the left, and following the road as it corners onto Dundas Street. On immediately passing the Deils Cauldron restaurant, take a right on to Monument Road and the entrance to the wood is about 400m on the left, through the larger Bridge of Ross Woodland. Please take care when viewing as woodland can contain unexpected hazards. Common sense and caution should be exercised, such as wearing appropriate footwear and avoiding visiting during periods of high winds.