£85,000 Guide Price
The land offered for sale extends to about 0.43 acre (0.175ha) or thereby. Access from the A82 trunk road is shared with the neighbouring houses known as Torran and Ardlarach who both have a right of access over the initial section of driveway.
Planning Permission in Principle was granted by Highland Council on 19th January 2017, under reference 16/04437/PIP for the erection of a house. The works required to satisfy conditions 3, 4 &5 have been carried out by the seller. Planning Permission in Principle was also granted by Highland Council on 25th August 2017, under reference 17/03004/PIP. This related to a modified boundary from the previous consent granted. The works required to satisfy conditions 3 &4 have been carried out by the seller.
The proposed house will enjoy stunning views over Loch Lochy as well as up and down the Great Glen.
A right of access close to the north boundary of the plot is reserved in favour of the adjoining landowner to the south west. In practice, this has not been utilised.
A wayleave will be reserved for an existing television cable that
passes through the plot and which supplies the TV signal to the adjoining houses. It may be possible for the purchaser to make a connection to this cable and the aerial.
It will be the purchaser's responsibility to connect to the services. Water will be from a shared private supply. Mains electricity is nearby. Drainage will be to a septic tank to be installed within the land being sold, which will be shared with the 2 neighbouring houses, Torran and Ardlarach.
Interested parties may view the property unaccompanied provided they are in possession of a copy of these sale particulars.
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