£60,000 Guide price
2 Large plots of land in the beautiful Highlands with outline planning permission for a dwelling house on each. The plots are set within the stunning setting of Dunbeath and are sure to attract a number of investors and developers. Plot 1 1.12acres Plot 2 1.52acres. Situated in an elevated position, this crofted land has been split into two plots and boasts magnificent views of the Moray Firth and surrounding countryside towards the Morven hills. Mains water, electricity and Telephone lines are nearby. Ouline planning permission expires 23/03/2019. The village of Dunbeath has a Primary School, Pre-school/Playgroup facilities, Church, Community Hall, Post Office and Shop. There are a number of beautiful walks that 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. Wick, a thriving fishing and market town is just 20 miles North East and is home to the regional airport. Thurso on the North coast also boasts a good variety of shops and a busy ferry port Phone or submit an enquiry form to get the full Auction Catalogue and further details regarding this sale. Future Property Auctions, Scotland's Largest Land and Property Auctioneer.
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