£8,500 Guide price

South Street, Tolsta, Stornoway and Lewis, Western Isles, HS2 0NR

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Property Details

Rarely available former septic tank situated within the settlement of Tolsta on the Isle of Lewis. The plot extends to 2,483 sq.ft( 0.057 acres) and is roughly square in orientation, the now redundant septic tank is believed to still be in situ. Lewis is the northern part of the largest of the Western Isles of Scotland otherwise known as the Outer Hebrides. It is and island of immense natural beauty and contrasts with deserted golden sandy beaches, long stretches of rocky coastline, miles of heather moorland and small villages and ports. Stornoway is the main administrative centre for the Western Isles. The plot is situated in the settlement of Tosta approximately 12 miles north of Stornoway.

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  • Property added on 24 May 2013
  • New price Guide price £8,500 as of 3 May 2014
    Was: Guide price £9,500
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