Auchreoch: The Site Where Robert the Bruce’s Army Buried Their Weapons 700 Years Ago, Now Available for Purchase

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The historic Auchreoch area, located in the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park, is up for sale at £2 million, encompassing approximately 1520.31 acres. Among its notable features is ‘Lochan nan Arm’ or ‘Lochan of the Weapons’, where it is believed that Robert the Bruce’s army discarded their weapons after their defeat at the Battle of Dalrigh in 1306. The area also includes woodland, hill ground, and potential for sporting activities like shooting. Additionally, Auchreoch contains a Site of Special Scientific Interest and a Special Area of Conservation, making it a valuable natural asset. The property offers diverse opportunities for enhancement and projects focused on natural capital, subject to the necessary permissions. There are also two parcels of woodland, including productive planting and native regeneration, as well as a beautiful area of naturally regenerated native pine forest, Coille Coire Chuilc.

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