Commercial Property for saleAshkirk, Selkirk, Scottish Borders
Guide Price £135,000
- 30 Acres of Woodland
- Approx 20 acres conifer and 10 acres deciduous.
- Vehicular Access
- Stream Frontage
- Fine Views
- Commercially Grown Conifers
Blaeberry Planation is situated approximately one mile west of the rural village of Ashkirk, about seven miles south of Selkirk in the heart of the Scottish Borders.
An attractive parcel of predominantly coniferous woodland extending to 12.33 ha / 30.46 acres or thereabouts.
The woodland was planted from 1994 onwards with the first trees now reaching felling stage. Although mainly Sitka Spruce, there is some variety including Douglas Fir, European Larch and a small proportion of broadleaves.
Head south from Edinburgh on the A7 and follow the road through Selkirk. After approximately five miles turn right into Ashkirk. At the restaurant turn right and go up the hill. After approximately one mile the farm track leading to the woodland is to be found ahead of you as the lane bends sharply to the right up the hill. Continue along this track as it bends to the left and woodland is to be found after a short distance.
For those with the use of Satellite Navigation the postcode for this property is TD7 4NZ.
Map Reference: NT 456 226
Right of Way
The Borders Abbey Way runs roughly north to south through the Blaeberry Plantation along a track known as the Thief Road.
At any time without appointment.
Offers should be submitted to the selling agents in Scottish Legal Form. A closing date for offers may be set and only those who formally note their interest will be informed of a closing date. Interested parties are advised to notify the selling agents as soon as possible.
The seller reserves the right to sell at any time and is not bound to accept the highest offer or indeed any offer.
Offers in excess of £135,000 are invited
A closing date for offers may be set and interested parties are advised to formally notify the selling agents.
The seller is not obliged to accept the highest or any offer.
Set in a beautiful rural location with stunning views over the rolling Borders countryside, the land is in a private and secluded position.
The woodland is approximately one mile from the pretty village of Ashkirk which is beside the A7 that links Edinburgh and Carlisle. The village has a restaurant and popular Golf Course whilst being positioned mid way between the market towns of Selkirk & Hawick. Both towns offer a wide selection of local shops and super markets as well as schooling for all ages and sports clubs.
The Scottish Borders is renowned for the lifestyle it offers and the landscapes it enjoys. The region boasts some of the most impressive countryside in Scotland and there are a wide range of country pursuits to be enjoyed. The A7 is a major trunk road and links up to Galashiels and from there to Edinburgh.
Please Note: Plan shown in images is for illustrative purposes only.
A nearby modern detached house and additional 15 acres are also available, making a complete rural package of 45 acres for £450,000.
All enquiries to Giles Charlton firstname.lastname@example.org or Anne Mitchell email@example.com
Property ref: 121_2523_3952502
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