A SUBSTANTIAL land holding in Fife could become a major new tourist destination for Scotland after being put up for sale by owner Hargreaves Land.
The 930-acre St Ninians site, located near Dunfermline, is designated for leisure, tourism and recreation uses and incorporates a range of woodland and agricultural land.
Part of the site includes a restored former surface mine which is already home to stunning landforms by world-renowned landscape architect Charles Jencks, which represents the four continents across the globe influenced by their Scottish residents throughout history.
Ryden and Davidson & Robertson have been appointed as joint agents to begin marketing the site and will be implementing a series of events to showcase the opportunity.
Philip Rayson of Hargreaves Land, who is based at the firm’s new Glasgow office, said: “This really is an incredible opportunity to develop a unique and stunning landscape and create a vibrant future for this site.”