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Situated north of the quiet rural village of Lybster, this land extents to 6 acres approximately with a building plot on site. With excellent views over the countryside and out to the sea, there has been Outline planning permission grated in principle for a four bedroom dwelling house of which the planning documents can be viewed at any of our offices on request. Electricity, telephone and water supplies are close at hand, drainage will be by a private drainage arrangement incorporating septic tank and soakaway.
Land Area – Approximately 6 acres
Occumster is on the outskirts of Lybster, which is an unspoilt village with all the amenities required for everyday living. Beyond the boundary on Scottish National Trust land is a Pictish Broch. Lybster harbour was once a booming sea port and today it still plays host to a small fleet of small fishing boats. Neatly stacked creel baskets and seagulls flying overhead add to the attraction, making it one of the most pleasant harbours of its kind. Recent improvements to the harbour include a Heritage Centre with closed circuit television for bird watching, seasonal opening of cafeteria, wash rooms and laundry facilities for visiting yachts, etc.
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