A BUILDING PLOT EXTENDING TO 0.329 ACRES OR THEREBY (TO BE CONFIRMED BY
TITLE DEED) LOCATED IN THE CROFTING TOWNSHIP OF HUSABOST IN THE NORTH WEST OF SKYE.
Conveniently located beside the quiet public road this flat and easy to develop site together with stunning panoramic views. Outline Planning Permission for the erection of a one or one and a half storey house was granted on 21st November 2008 and a copy of this permission is available on request. The site itself is mainly under grass and bordered at the rear by a hillside. The site extends to 0.329 acres (or 0.1330 hectares) or thereby and provision is made in the site plan for off road parking for 2 cars beside the proposed property. The house site is located above the township road with views are out across Loch Dunvegan and with north westerly views to the Outer Hebrides.
Husabost is a friendly crofting township situated on the beautiful Duirinsh peninsula from which there are desirable open views across Loch Dunvegan and beyond. The nearest main village is that of Dunvegan a few miles away which has good local services including grocer’s shops, a baker’s shop, a modern medical centre, hotels, restaurants and a primary school. Portree the Islands capital is 22 miles to the southwest and offers excellent services including secondary schooling.
OUTLINE PLANNING PERMISSION
Reference number 08/00302/OUSTL Granted 21st November 2008 and valid for 3 years. The permission is for a single storey or 1 ½ storey house only. Whilst the original planning consent has lapse, the principle for development on the site has been established and would be renewed prior to the completion of any sale. The sellers will also undertake to create the new shares access and parking areas as per the approve plan.
Mains electricity and water are close by. Permission has to be sought to allow connection to mains services, as these are not automatically guaranteed with this outline planning permission.
Strictly by appointment with this agency.
By mutual agreement.
Offers of £40,000 are invited and such offers should be submitted in proper Scottish legal terms to:-