£65,000 Guide price
SEA AND MOUNTAIN VIEWS ALL DAY!!!
Ideal opportunity to acquire a modern, well built house or bungalow within a coastal village. AMAZING RESULTS! Estate Agents is delighted to offer to the market a building plot located in an elevated position above the coastal village of Aultbea on the north west coast of Scotland. Take advantage of this once in a lifetime opportunity to have your dream home built to your own specifications! Don't miss out. Contact Myfanwy Ann on 07741 483 420 now to begin making your dream come true.
0.93 ha (2.29 acres) croft land is also available for sale for would be crofters.
The decrofted, owner occupied plot extends to 0.11 ha (approx 1/4 acre) and is for sale with outline planning consent. Electric and water services are nearby and sewage supplies would be linked to the mains supply. The plot is enclosed with fencing and benefits from an attractive stone wall to one side, which lends character and enhances the country feel to the site. It is accessed via a shared access track and enjoys open views over the sea to the Isle of Ewe and the Torridon mountains. 0.93 ha (2.29 acres) croft land is also available for sale for would be crofters.
The situation of this plot is very pleasant, with views over Loch Ewe and the backdrop of the Torridon mountains. It is within walking distance of all the village amenities - the village shop, post office, church and community hall.
Aultbea is a rural community located on the west coast of Scotland. The village benefits from a doctor's surgery, churches, shop, post office, hotel and reputable garage. There are several local tourist attractions nearby, including the famous Inverewe Gardens approximately 4 miles south and the Russian Arctic Convoy display in Aultbea itself. There is a Nursery and a Primary School in the village and secondary schooling is available at Gairloch, where you will find more shops, restaurants, garages, outdoor shop, chemist, newsagent, hairdresser, bank, post office, filling station, churches, a heritage museum and a golf course. From Gairloch pier fishing and whale watching trips can be arranged. There are walks of all standards in the area, ranging from Munros to gentle strolls along beaches and rivers. River and loch fishing is available at certain times of the year and permits are sold in local shops.
Aultbea and the surrounding area is an ideal location for hillwalking, golf, cycling, fishing, bird-watching or just relaxing. Further outdoor pursuits available locally for the more active include rock climbing, abseiling and pony trekking. There is a swimming pool at Poolewe and Beinn Eighe nature reserve is approximately 26 miles south of Aultbea.
The Highland capital city of Inverness is approximately 78 miles by road and offers all city facilities which include links by road, rail and air to further destinations. There are also regular bus connections. Ullapool is approximately 46 miles distant.
The plot benefits from services nearby and sewage supplies would be linked to the mains supply.
From Gairloch take the A832 towards Poolewe and Aultbea. On entering the village take the first left for the Aultbea Hotel, past the Nursing home and Church. Turn left at the junction and drive through the village, then turn right up behind the Aultbea Stores. Approximately 1/4 mile up this road turn right onto the shared drive and the site is on your left.
From Braemore junction take the A832 signposted to Dundonnell, Aultbea and Gairloch. Aultbea is approximately 32 miles from the junction. On entering the village take the first right (at the side of the Russian Arctic Convoy Museum). Drive past the medical centre and the fire station until you reach a junction (across the road from the Aultbea hotel). Turn right and drive through the village, then turn right again up behind the Aultbea Stores.
Planning in principle has been granted for the plot under reference 13/01474/PIP
Details are available online on the Highland Council's eplanning site.
The site is available to be viewed by appointment with Myfanwy Ann Rowe. Call Myfanwy today to arrange an appointment to view the plot.
Asking price £65,000
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