£55,000 Offers over
ATTENTION ALL ASPIRING CROFTERS!
With magnificent picturesque views over open countryside towards the mountains and beyond, and North sea views looking out towards the Moray Firth, this REGISTERED, OWNER OCCUPIED croft is situated within the peaceful area of Lower Boultach near the village of Latheronwheel. The land is owner occupied and extends to approximately 16 acres. Planning permission in principle for a single dwelling house has been granted, with electricity, water and telephone services on site. Drainage will be by a private drainage arrangement incorporating installation of septic tank, reed bed and rumbling drain. This land would be ideal for anyone interested in crofting / farming pursuits. Grant assistance available.
PIP Ref No: 15/02466/PIP
For further details or to arrange a viewing of this croft, please contact Myfanwy Rowe of AMAZING RESULTS! Estate Agents on 07741 483420.
Grants available - The Property
The croft is situated on the outskirts of Latheron, and Dunbeath near the A9, which is the main transport route of the Highlands. There is a wood frame building to keep animals, which needs repairing and a new roof. The croft is not fenced but is eligible for various grants.
Latheron, which has a Post Office, is located at the junction of the A9 Inverness to Thurso road, and the A99 road to Wick (which has an airport). Latheronwheel is about one mile to the south and has a butcher s shop.
The village of Dunbeath has a primary school, pre-school/playgroup facilities, Church, community hall, Post Office and shop, and a Heritage Centre. Inspiring 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.
Lybster, an unspoilt village amply serviced with hotels, bank, health centre, shops, primary school, bowling club, 9 hole golf course and churches, is approximately 3 miles to the north.
The nearest large town is Wick, about 21 miles away, which benefits from an airport. There is also a regular bus and rail service to the north and south. Thurso, the main town in Caithness is around 25 miles distant.
Land Area 16 acres registered, owner occupied
Situation Well sited plot with open countryside and sea views.
Planning - Permission expires August 2018. Reference No: 15/02466/PIP
Service - Mains water, electricity and telephone line on site. A septic tank and soakaway would need to be installed.
Take the A9 Inverness to Thurso road, heading for Dunbeath and take a left off the A9 to Smerrel (approximately one mile from Latheronwheel). Continue for approximately 2 miles on the single track road to Barnies Croft which is located on the left.
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