£117,000 Guide price
ASPIRING CROFTERS - DON'T MISS THIS ONE!
Amazing Results are delighted to offer this not to be missed opportunity of acquiring a south facing 10 acre tenanted croft, located in the beautifully scenic township of Badralloch. The croft includes 0.25 acre (approx) fully serviced site with full planning permission for a 3 bedroom 1.5 storey home; a newly built wood cabin and hay barn; and a renovated stone byre.
Situated in a very peaceful South facing location, enjoying magnificent views over to Dundonnell and the surrounding mountains Sail Mhor and An Teallach; while at the same time just a few miles off the beaten track of the NC 500 route.
VIEWING IS HIGHLY RECOMMENDED to appreciate this wonderful opportunity of acquiring a croft with building plot situated in truly tranquil surroundings with stunning views.
To arrange a viewing please contact Myfanwy Rowe on 01445 731 533 or 07741 483 420
Location - Croft 1 sits nestled in the Badralloch crofting township with views to An Teallach and the surrounding hills. Badralloch is located on the picturesque west coast of Scotland enjoying stunning scenery and wildlife. This is an ideal location for hill-walkers and lovers of wildlife; fishing and sailing enthusiasts, and of course aspiring crofters! Dundonnell has a hotel and medical practice, and the local primary school is at Badcaul. Secondary education is available at Ullapool (32 miles), with transport provided. The villagers also benefit from the services (at Badluarach) of a once weekly fish van and butchers van and once fortnightly mobile library; also twice weekly outreach of full postal services / home delivery shopping / daily newspaper delivery from Laide village shop. Garage services in Aultbea (29 miles) and Ullapool.
There are a range of shops and restaurants, supermarket, churches, a leisure centre and health centre in Ullapool. Larger shops are available in Inverness and also the mart town of Dingwall. Delivery services from the supermarkets are also available. Dingwall is approximately 52 miles distant and Inverness 63 miles which offers all city facilities which include links by road, rail and air to further destinations. Regular bus services are available to Ullapool, Dingwall and the city.
Directions - From Inverness take the A9 road to Tore roundabout and then the A835 to Braemore Junction. Turn left on to the A832 signposted Dundonnell. Continue for about 10 miles then turn right at the sign to Badralloch (just before Dundonnell). Follow the road for approx 8 miles. No 1 is the first croft on entering Badralloch.
Croft Land - 10 acres tenanted croft, with 1/12th, approx 640 ha (1,581.47 acres) common grazing land. Also 0.490 ha (1.21 acres) apportionment, (this has the possibility of gaining planning permission). Good grazing land which has been improved with lime fertilizer, and re-seeded
Services - Mains Electricity, private water supply (filtered), and drainage is a grey water soakaway.
Crofting Information Contact Details - For further information / crofting advice please contact the
Great Glen House, Leachkin Road, Inverness, IV3 8NW
Also, the Scottish Government Agriculture and Rural Economy office at
Longman House, 28 Longman Road, Inverness IV1 1SF
Tel: 01463 234141 SGRPID.firstname.lastname@example.org
Don't Delay! - Contact Myfanwy Rowe for further details regarding availability or for a viewing on 01445 731 533 or 07741 483 420
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