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A rare opportunity to purchase a croft tenancy with 103 acres of land and a detached four bedroom property which is set in a superb elevated rural country location within the parish of Rogart, The property enjoys stunning panoramic views over open countryside and towards the Sutherland hills. This is a one and a half storey traditional croft house with a single storey extension to the front, side and rear along with its surrounding garden and outbuildings. In need of some restoration, this croft house consists of sun room, lounge, kitchen, dining room, four bedrooms, shower room and WC. Electricity, water and telephone line are all connected with heating by way of oil fired Rayburn type with water filled radiators. There is also an open fire in the lounge and the ground floor bedroom. To the rear of the property there is a masonry built shed with the roof having been removed and small timber sheds of rudimentary construction also provided. A great opportunity to put your own stamp on this idyllic country retreat.
Interested parties should be aware that the purchase of this tenancy will be subject to the approval of the Crofters Commission and crofting landlords. Grant assistance maybe available through the croft house Grant Scheme, guidance on eligibility and grants available can be found on the Crofting Commission website at www.crofting.scotland.gov.uk.
The peaceful village of Rogart is a small, remote highland village which is situated a few miles inland on the east coast of Sutherland. This village is an ideal location for activities including hillwalking and bird watching, as well as offering spectacular hilltop views. Rogart railway station was built in 1868 and is still in operation being a request stop on the Far North line. Local services include primary school, various small shops, Pittentrail Inn and co-op. Rogart is approximately 11 miles from Lairg. Lairg is considered to be a hub for road transport in the north, as it has four roads which converge in the village, resulting in being dubbed 'The Crossroads of the North'. The Royal Burgh of Tain is the nearest town to Rogart, which is situated approximately 19 miles away. Tain offers several attractions such as Tain Tolbooth and St Duthus Collegiate Church and also boasts a local history museum, Tain Through Time, and the Glenmorangie Distillery. The town has one major bank, a medical practice, Lidl, Co-op, ASDA, a variety of local shops and hotels, two primary schools and Tain Royal Acadamy being the secondary school.
Sun room – 4.50m x 1.70m. Glazed inner door leading to -
Hall – 2.50m x 2.00m. Accesses lounge, bedroom 1, shower room and stairway.
Lounge – 3.90m x 3.70m. Front aspect window. Open fire and surround. Radiator, Two double power points. Television aerial point and carpet flooring.
Kitchen – 6.00m x 2.30m. Wall and base units with sink and drainer. Five double power points. Vinyl flooring.
Dining Room – 3.50m x 3.50m. Radiator. Three double power points. Carpet flooring.
Entrance Hall – 3.90m x 3.10m (at widest). Storage cupboard. Radiator. One single power point. Smoke alarm. Laminate flooring.
Bedroom 1– 3.80m x 3.60m Views to the front. Open fire and surround (currently blocked off) Radiator. Three double power points.
Shower Room -2.30m x 1.70m - Three piece suite comprising electric shower with disabled access, WC and pedestal basin. Radiator. Shaving point, extractor fan. Vinyl flooring.
Downstairs WC – 2.10m x 1.10m. WC, pedestal wash hand basin.
Bedroom 2 – 4.20m x 3.50m. Radiator. Two double power points Carpet flooring.
Bedroom 3 – 4.20m x 3.40m One radiator. Three double power points. Carpet flooring.
Bedroom 4 – 2.90m x 1.90m. One radiator. Two double power points. Oft access. Carpet flooring.
Garden – Front and rear garden with mature shrubs. Poly tunnel to the front/side. Detached double garage with power and light.
Land – The land extends to 103 acres over three crofts, plans can be requested from any of our offices.
Situation – Croft tenancy, overlooking surrounding countryside and the Sutherland Hills.
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