The land sits at a height of approximately 130 240 metres above average sea level and has a southerly aspect.
The land is classified by the James Hutton Institute as predominately class 4:2 with a limited area of 5:3.
The land does not lie within a Nitrate Vulnerable Zone.
The sporting rights are in hand.
Insofar as they are owned these are included in the sale.
Access to the land is directly off the A827 minor public road.
The Basic Farm Payment is included in the sale.
Hefted Sheep Flock
The existing hefted sheep flock is to be for sale by separate negotiation. Further information is available from the Selling Agents.
All of the land is registered under the IACS registration system for Basic payment purposes. The land is also classified as Disadvantaged and Severely Disadvantaged and qualifies for LFASS payments which are included with the sale of the land
The seller benefits from servitude rights to graze the adjoining hill ground located to the North or the holding which belongs to The National Trust for Scotland as part of the Ben Lawers Nature Reserve. This land is currently claimed on the Single Application Form and as part of the BPS Entitlements for the holding. These rights are available by separate negotiation. Please contact the Selling Agents for further information.
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Rynachulaig is situated at the foot of Ben Lawer with the famous Loch Tay directly to the south, approximately 4 miles from the village of Killin. The rural village of Killin provides many of the main amenities including shops, restaurants, chemists and a Post Office. For further amenities the town of Kenmore is only 12 miles to the east of the property. Primary schooling is available locally at Kenmore Primary school and secondary schooling can be found at Breadalbane Academy. Private schooling is also available at Ardvreck and Morrisons Academy in Crieff, approximately 30 miles from the property.
With the cities of Perth, Glasgow and Edinburgh easily reached within 48, 60 and 76 miles of the property respectively, transport links including airports and railway stations are accessible. The well known. Several of Scotlands most famous mountains and National Parks are within easy reach of Rynachulaig including the well known Ben Lawers Nature Reserve which surrounds the property providing ample routes for walkers and many other outdoor pursuits. Additionally, most of the tracks are also open to horse riders, mountain bikers and cross-country skiers. Climbers are also well catered for by the vast array of mixed terrain with tricky craggy valley sides being popular. High and low ground shooting may be available on local Estates with fishing and various water sports being available on the famous Loch Tay.