Cruach Neuran ForestLocation:
Central Scotland, ScotlandArea:
154.07 Hectares / 380.71 Acres
Offers over £1,450,000Status:
- A significant volume of maturing Spruce located on the west coast of Argyll with access to the export market.
- Planted in 1986 with mainly high yielding Sitka spruce and the prospect of timber revenue.
- Direct access on to an approved public road for timber haulage.
Cruach Neuran Forest is part of a large commercial forest complex located in Glen Lean, near Dunoon in the region of Argyll & Bute. The forest lies just south of Loch Tarsan and rises up the southern slope of Glen Lean to the hilltop of Cruach Neuran at 607 metres providing a stunning panoramic view across the loch and the surrounding landscape.
Dunoon is just a 9 mile drive to the south where a regular car ferry crosses the Firth of Clyde to Gourock and provides access to Glasgow and beyond. There is also access via the public road network to the north if required.
This area of Argyll is well known for its good growing conditions and for producing high quality timber. Cruach Neuran was planted in 1986 with mainly Sitka spruce which is growing up to a Yield Class of 20 on the slopes. An independent timber volume survey was carried out in December 2020 and this has identified that there is approximately 33,447 cubic metres of timber currently growing within the productive areas of the forest.
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