799 acres approx (323ha) of natural regeneration woodland available as a Whole. This woodland was felled around 10 to 12 years ago with substantial natural regeneration of the mixture of hardwood and conifer trees but predominantly silver and downy birch, along with some stands of mature trees. It has good level access and is ideal for a variety of uses to include timber production, leisure, investment or sporting purposes subject to any required consents. A former wartime rifle range is still evident on site.
Shooting and Fishing
The sporting rights are owned and are included in the sale.
Productive managed Rough shoot, Deer stalking, 4 Flight ponds, Fishing..
A wide variety of species can be found including Roe Deer, indigenous Woodcock, Teal, Mallard Water Fowl and many others.
There are 4 flight ponds and several vantage points and high seats providing good sport.
Pheasants have been put down in the past but no pens remain.
There is fishing in the Lochar tributaries, which comprise a substantial length of the boundaries, mostly for trout.
Craigs Moss is situated south east of the town of Dumfries in south west Scotland and readily accessible to the A75 and Dumfries. This is a lowland area a short distance from the River Nith estuary with much wildlife. Lockerbie 13 miles, Carlisle 31 miles, Gretna 22 miles, Annan 15 miles, Dumfries centre 3 miles (all distances approx)
For sat nav purposes use DG1 4PH. For directions from the roundabout on the A75 bypass east of Dumfries onto the A780 follow the road towards Dumfries centre and take the first left just after Denton Tyre Centre into Brasswell. Follow this road over the railway crossing and past Dundas Commercial Premises. Follow this road to the end where there is a gateway and track leading into Craigs Moss.
Pedestrian access is available at any time during daylight hours whilst in possession of these sale particulars. Vehicular access can be arranged by appointment as there is 1 gate on the access road with a coded lock.