Extensive Area of Deciduous Woodland – 8.7Ha (21.6 Acres) approx.


Dunoon is the main town on the Cowal Peninsula in the Argyll and Bute Region. The town is serviced by a regular ferry from Gourock or can be accessed by road on the west shore of the Upper Firth of Clyde. It has a resident population of some 13,500 people and is located approximately 34 miles west of Glasgow (via the M8 and ferry). The town and surrounding area were a popular holiday destination “Doon the Watter” from Glasgow and a garrison town to the US Navy, whose submarine base was in the Holy Loch until 1992. It continues to offer a wide range of outdoor pursuits, ranging from hillwalking to sailing on the Clyde Estuary.

Sandbank is a village also located on the Cowal Peninsula, some 2.5 miles north of Dunoon and stands on the coastal A815 or the inland A885 adjacent to the southern shore of the Holy Loch.


From Hunters Quay ferry terminal, turn right onto the A815 and head north following the coast road past Hafton Castle House. At Ardnadam Bay, prior to the Pier, take a sharp left turn into Fir Brae, and proceed straight on to where the road becomes Ferry Road. Follow Ferry Road cross country, down to the next junction, where it joins the A885. Bear left and after a short distance turn hard left, off the A855, just prior to a bus stop layby. Kennel Wood is situated beyond the Gate House and gate pillars. Both the gate pillars and the land leading from the A855 are included with the subjects of sale. Grid Ref: NS1696579090 (Entrance).


Kennel Wood is an irregularly shaped parcel of land predominantly covered with mature deciduous woodland. Some small plots on the west and north-west side of the site have previously been sold, however the subjects of sale comprise the bulk of the original woodland.


8.74 Ha (21.6 Acres) plus areas with Rights in Common. The accompanying plan is for illustrative purposes and does not show the areas subject to Rights in Common. Please see the Title Deeds for more details.


The woodland is subject to a Tree Preservation Order and therefore the subjects of sale are more likely to be suitable for low impact leisure use, rather than development. Interested parties should make their own enquiries to The Argyll and Bute Council Planning and Building Dept, Argyll and Bute Council, Kilmory, Lochgilphead, PA31 8RT. Tel: 01546 605518.


Owner Vacant Possession plus Rights in Common.


It is recognised that compliance with Scottish Government COVID-19 travel restrictions means that the majority of interested parties cannot currently undertake onsite inspections. SVA Property Auctions have a suite of photos of the lot which will be made available upon application to seriously interested parties. It is hoped that nearer the date of the auction onsite inspections will be possible. Please refer to “Viewing Details” on our website for further updates. If viewing is undertaken, interested parties should park within the area prior to the gate pillars and ensure they do not block the roadway.


Further information regarding Title Deeds, Articles of Roup, and any Special Conditions of Sale will be available, strictly by request, from the Seller’s Solicitors: Stewart & Bennett Solicitors, Euan Macdonald. Tel: 01369 702885 Email: property@stewartbennett.com


Due to the travel restrictions throughout Scotland, the property has not have been inspected by SVA Property Auctions. The photographs have been supplied by the Seller’s solicitors.

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