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Hardmuir, Brodie, Moray, IV12 5QG , £375,000

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Hardmuir, Brodie, Moray, IV12 5QG

Asking Price £375,000

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43.97 Hectares/108.65 Acres

(According to title)

An excellent opportunity to acquire a compact

mature Scots pine woodland, with excellent

access to timber markets. Sporting rights




• Nairn 5 miles

• Forres 4 miles

• Inverness 2 2miles

• Edinburgh 164 miles

(Distances are approximate)


Hardmuir Wood extends to approximately 43.97 hectares

(108.65 acres), comprising Scots pine woodland. This is an

opportunity to acquire a compact commercial forest, with

attractive stands of mature Scots pine with smaller stands

of Norway spruce and larch and an attractive, developing

birch understory.

Location and directions

Hardmuir Wood is situated in Moray, in the northeast of

Scotland, lying approximately 5 miles east of the town of


The property is shown on the location and sale plans within these particulars and can be found on OS Sheet 1:50,000 Number 27, Grid Reference: NH 965 567.

From Inverness, take the A96 east for approximately 17

miles to Nairn then continue on the A96 for approximately

5 miles. The field entrance to Hardmuir is on the left, just

beyond the signpost to Darnaway.


From the field entrance continue along the farm and

woodland track for approximately 400m to the turning circle.

Access through the woodland is on foot from this point. The A96 trunk road is classified as an Agreed Route in the Timber Transport Forum’s Agreed Routes Map.


Hardmuir Wood extends to 43.97 ha or thereby, according

to Title. The woodland is dominated by stands of well

thinned, mature Scots pine with some European larch and

Japanese larch in mixture and small discrete stands. The

Scots pine crops were planted in 1936 (0.38 ha),1951 (28.36 ha) and 1963 (13.76 ha). These crops contain, in part, a well-developed understory of Silver and Downy birch. To the north of the woodland there is a discrete stand of Norway spruce (0.29 ha), again with an understory of birch. The pine and larch exhibit good form, with significant volumes of standing timber.

Please note, there are differences between the

compartmented area and area according to Title. The

Property will be sold according to Title.

Third Party Rights and Burdens

The Property will be sold subject to and with the benefit of all servitude rights, burdens, reservations and any other third party rights howsoever constituted.

Any wayleaves for electricity transmission cables have been capitalised and may be converted into servitude rights prior to the completion of any sale.

There is a third party right of access over the entrance, to

land on either side of this access leading from the A96.

Sporting rights

Sporting rights are included and are unlet. Hardmuir Wood has a population of roe deer and the well thinned woodland provides challenging opportunities for deer management.


The boundary of the woodland has been maintained in a

stock-proof condition where it meets such agricultural uses, and these are mutual and maintained at the joint expense of neighbouring proprietors.

Woodland Grants

• There are no current grant schemes in place over the


• Information on the Scottish Rural Development

Programme and grant scheme availability can be

accessed through the following websites:

– www.forestry.gov.uk/scotland and

– www.scotland.gov.uk/Topics/Rural/SRDP


For detailed information, please contact Bidwells to access

further information on specific elements of the Property,

including, compartment schedules, compartment maps,

title information, sporting records. The Property will be sold as per the Title.

Viewing and Closing Date

Viewing is strictly by appointment with the Selling Agents. It is anticipated that a closing date for best offers will be set in due course, but the owner reserves the right to sell without setting a formal closing date. The owner will not be bound to accept the highest or indeed any offer.

Potential purchasers are advised to formally register their

interest, in order that they may be informed if a closing date for offers is set.

Purchasers should have their solicitor submit a Letter of

Intent detailing the price, date of entry and any conditions, which they require to attach to their offer, along with evidence of identity compliant with Anti-Money Laundering legislation. The solicitors acting on behalf of the vendor will then issue an offer to sell to the preferred bidder.

Prospective Purchasers and Financial Resources

Any offer by prospective purchaser(s), regardless of where

they are ordinarily resident must be accompanied by a

guarantee from a banker who is acceptable to the Seller.

Any offer by prospective purchaser(s) that is to be reliant

on finance must also be accompanied by supporting

documents acceptable to the Seller.

Anti-Money Laundering Regulations

Prospective purchasers will be required to produce

identification sufficient to satisfy anti-money laundering

regulations and checks against the intended purchaser

or nominee together with other documentation that may

be required, from time to time, to support any conditional

offers submitted to the Seller. Bidwells LLP accepts no

liability of any type arising from your delay or other lack of cooperation. We may hold your name on our database unless you instruct us otherwise.

Selling Agent

Denis Torley


Elm House, Cradlehall Business Park,

Inverness, IV2 5GH

Tel: 07827 256 907

Email: denis.torley@bidwells.co.uk

Forest Authority

Scottish Forestry

Grampian Conservancy

Portsoy Road,

Huntly AB54 4SJ

Tel: 01466 794 542

Email: grampian.cons@forestry.gov.scot

Local Authority

Moray Council

High Street

Elgin IV30 1BX

Tel: 01343 543451



Train Stations
  • Nairn 6.79km
  • Forres 8.37km
  • Fearn 25.00km
  • Invergordon 27.00km

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