£60,000 Offers over
The land offered for sale extends to about 0.67 acre or thereby. The plot adjoins the A813 public road.
Full Planning Permission was granted by Highland Council on 3rd July 2014 under reference 13/00005/FUL and with a Review Body Reference of 13/00036/ RBREF. The proposed house is to be built making full use of the sloping site. The house accommodation will be over two and a half storeys and in total will extend to about 335 sq. metres (3,605 sq. feet).
Certain works to the proposed junction with the A813 road are required. These are detailed in the planning permission.
The proposed new house will have outstanding southerly views towards Corrimony and to the north will overlook the small lochan and burn that flow through the glen.
Copies of the approved plans prepared by Douglas Stuart, Chartered Architect, Inverness are available at Ballantynes office in Perth and can also be accessed on Highland Council's Planning Website.
It will be the purchaser's responsibility to connect to the services. There is a supply of mains electricity adjacent to the site. Water can be supplied from a proposed borehole. Geological and geo-divining services have identified an accessible borehole site adjacent to the location of the proposed house within the boundaries of the property. Drainage has been planned to go to a septic tank with soakaway.
This superb building plot stands on the north side of the A831 road between the well known village of Drumnadrochit on Loch Ness side and the village of Cannich which is at the entrance to Glen Affric. The property is about 9 miles to the west of Drumnadrochit and 3 miles to the east of Cannich. Inverness is about 23 miles to the north east and Inverness Airport is about 32 miles away.
The plot is therefore well placed for those looking to develop a family house in a charming rural location within easy reach of the popular and thriving city of Inverness. The tourist attractions of the Great Glen are close by and the National Nature Reserve of Glen Affric with areas of the ancient Caledonian Pine Forest is nearby. Inverness has regular train services to the south including daily service to London Kings Cross and an overnight sleeper service. Inverness Airport provides flights to a wide range of destinations including London, Manchester, Birmingham, Bristol, Dublin, Amsterdam and Geneva.
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