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POPULAR WEST COAST LOCATION: Whether you're looking for a family home in idyllic surroundings or the ideal spot to retire, this plot would be worth considering. Strome Ferry enjoys a delightful setting on the banks of Lochcarron which is world famous for its stunning highland scenery. Stromeferry lies next to the narrowest part of Loch Carron and for many years, there was a ferry service here to North Strome. This provided a link with the first road built in 1809 along the north side of the loch. Stromeferry (Scottish Gaelic: Port an t-SrÃ²im) is a village, located on the south shore of the west coast sea loch, Loch Carron, The location allows for easy access to the north west of Scotland, The Scottish Highlands is renowned for its outdoor pursuits. The ruggedness of the northwest Highlands often referred to as the last great wilderness in Europe and boasting some of the most beautiful beaches and mountains in Scotland are all within easy reach. This is truly a rare opportunity to acquire a well-positioned plot close to the idyllic West coast village of Lochcarron. The plot extends to 0.627 acres and has had previous planning permission agreed in principle for the erection of a dwelling house. Only by viewing, will one appreciate the open views and desirable location this plot of land has to offer. Located in a peaceful area, the site provides the perfect position to create an original family home or would be ideal for a holiday let due to the picturesque setting and location to the popular North Coast 500 route. This very beautiful part of Wester Ross abounds with some of the most stunning scenery in the British Isles, with the mountains of Applecross and Torridon, rivers and glens, lochs and villages such as Applecross, Kishorn, Lochcarron, Shieldaig &Torridon, looking out to the Western Isles and the Atlantic Ocean. For those animal lovers and outdoor types, there is an abundance of wildlife, along with climbing and walking, boating and sailing all adding to the attraction of the location. Fishing in rivers and lochs are available in the area. Lochcarron also has its own 9-hole course in a superb lochside location. The North Coast 500 passes through Lochcarron and is a perfect location to stop and take a breathtaking look at the scenery. Locally in the village of Lochcarron, there is a good variety of shops, including a well-stocked convenience store, gift shop, bank and primary school together with cafÃ©, hotels and restaurant. VIEWING: Plot can be viewed at any time. DIRECTIONS: To reach the plot, proceed along the main A896 towards the village of Lochcarron, take the turn signposted to Kyle of Lochalsh (A890) which is on the left. Continue along this road for approximately 4 miles, turn right into Strome Ferry the plot is located on the left side of the village as indicated on the plans. Access can only be gained at the very end of the High Street
By appointment through McEwan Fraser Legal on 01463 211 116
McEwan Fraser Legal are open 7 days a week: 8am - Midnight Monday to Friday &9am - 10pm Saturday &Sunday to book your viewing appointment.The plot's planning has expired, the asking price reflects this. Plans shown are from previous planning consent, all interested parties will require to satisfy themselves with the current planning requirements for a self-build. More detailed plans for the proposed build are available on request. All services are nearby.
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