£100,000 Guide Price
Auction 3rd May 2017
LOCATION: Lewiston is a village straddling the A82 Inverness to
Fort William road which follows the line of the Great Glen and merges
into Drumnadrochit, a major tourist hub for Loch Ness. The area has a
full selection of local amenities including both primary and high schools,
shops, medical centre, restaurants and petrol filling station. It lies an
easy commuting distance of only 14 miles south-west of Inverness and
has a wide range of attractions for locals and visitors alike including the
historic Urquhart Castle.
DIRECTIONS: Heading south on the A82, drive through
Drumnadrochit. Kilmore Road is the first on your left after the petrol
DESCRIPTION: The site comprises a relatively level green field
site fronting onto Kilmore Road. There is a new development of 4
semi-detached properties to the south boundary and a bungalow on
the site to the north boundary. To the rear there is a flood bund and
then the River Coilte. There is a selection of mature trees on the site.
Planning Permission in Principle has been granted (16/02173/PIP – 25th
August 2016) for development of two semi-detached and one detached
house on the site.
SITE AREA: 0.2Ha (0.49 Acre) approx. Frontage to Kilmore Road –
PLANNING: Planning Principle case ref 16/02173/PIP the details
of which are available on the Highland Council eplanning website.
Interested parties should make their enquiries with Highland Council
Planning Department on 01349 886608.
TENURE: Ownership Vacant Possession.
VIEWING: At any time.
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