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McEwan Fraser legal are delighted to bring to the market Fersit Log Cottage, a welcoming holiday home located in a fantastic Highland location. The property sits on a sizeable plot of land and has recently been granted planning permission for a new build residential property to complement the existing well maintained holiday home. Fersit Log Cottage is a luxury self catering accommodation set in a peaceful quiet corner of a Scottish hill farm. Located in east Lochaber, twenty miles from Fort William, it makes a great base to explore the Highland and Islands. The cottage is in a unique setting amongst a mixture of woodland and beautiful mountains which climb to 3600ft. The area is very private with scenic walks and many miles of forest roads straight from the door. Fersit Log Cottage offers any future purchaser a fantastic lifestyle opportunity of not only being able to design the home of there dreams but to compliment that with a regular income from the holiday cottage. Viewing is highly recommended.
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