£65,000 Offers Over
Situated on the outskirts of Latheron near the A9, which is the main transport route in and out of the Highlands this land enjoys breath-taking picturesque panoramic views of the surrounding countryside, Scaraben and the Morven Hills and uninterrupted views out to sea. This registered croft land is owner occupied and extends to approximately 11.7 acres marked orange in the plan below. Included there is a 43m x 43m decrofted area of ground that has had outline planning permission carried out for a dwelling house. Electricity, telephone and water supplies are close at hand. Drainage will be by a private drainage arrangement incorporating septic tank and soakaway.
Land Area –11.7 acres approx.
Latheron is located at the junction of the A9 (Inverness to Thurso road) and the A99 road to Wick, this junction is approximately 17 miles south of Wick. Latheron has a Post Office. Latheronwheel is about one mile to the south and has a butcher's shop, and a hotel. Lybster is approximately 3 miles to the north. Lybster is an unspoilt village which has all the amenities required for every day living including hotels, bank, health centre, shops, primary school, bowling club, nine hole golf course, and churches.
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