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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 8.2 acres marked in the plan below. Electricity, telephone and water supplies are close at hand. Drainage will be by a private drainage arrangement incorporating septic tank and soakaway.
Land Area – 8.2 acres approx.
The village of Dunbeath has a Primary School, Pre-school/Playgroup facilities, Church, Community Hall, Post Office and Shop. Dunbeath village is famous for the novelist Neil Gunn and the surrounding area and its people provided inspiration for several of his novels. The Dunbeath Heritage Centre features interesting displays on the natural and social history of the area. Beautiful walks can be taken down by the Dunbeath Strath along which there are several brochs (ancient fortified houses). The harbour has fine views looking across to Dunbeath Castle. The nearest large town is Wick some 20 miles away. There is a regular bus service to the north and south.
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