Opportunity to purchse a house site in the popular crofting area of Torrin in south skye. The house site has excellent views across the croft land and towards the cuillins in the distance, providing an ideal base for walkers and outdoor enthusiasts.
The house site at 1/4 4 Torrin presents purchasers a unique opportunity to build a single storey or split level property in a popular area that is an ideal base for outdoor enthusiast and walkers to enjoy, with the nearby Cuillins and extensive surrounding countryside. The site extends to 0.3 acres (or thereby to be confirmed with title) and needs de-crofting. It is situated in an elevated position and offers excellent views across the area. Elgol is only a few miles away and from here you can enjoy sailing activities including boat trips out to spectacular Loch Coruisk. The site is accessed directly off the township road and an access road and entrance would need to be formed.
Outline planning permission was originally granted in May 2004 and has now lapsed. It would be up to the purchaser to establish the permission would be reinstated and interested parties may wish to contact the local Planning office on 01478 612412 quoting reference 04/00146/OUTSL.
The original draft plan can be made available to interested parties from our offices.
Torrin is a pretty crofting community comprising of both traditional and new built houses and is located close to Loch Slapin and offers widespread views to Blaven and the Cuillin mountain range. The nearest main village of Broadford is some 6 miles away where there is a supermarket, petrol station, selection of shops, hotels restaurants and bars. Here you will also find the primary school with secondary schooling available in Portree the Islands capital some 30 miles to the north.
From Broadford take the B8053 and enter the township of Torrin and after passing over the cattle grid continue on the township road a short distance, passing 3 entrances in the right. The plot is just after on the right hand side. A boarded entrance is visible between trees.