** CLOSING DATE SET FOR THURSDAY 24TH MARCH AT 12:00 MIDDAY **
Rare and exciting opportunity to acquire a building plot extending to approximately 0.16 acres or thereby ( to be confirmed by title deed) located in the scenic crofting township of Kingsburgh from where partial views over Loch Snizort are afforded.
The building plot on offer is located in the quiet township of Kingsburgh, known historically for being the home of Flora MacDonald after she helped Bonnie Prince Charlie escape to France after the battle of Culloden. The total area of the plot on offer extends to 0.16 acres or thereby (to be confirmed by title deeds) and is relatively flat with access to the plot being taken directly from a private road. Services are believed to be located close by, however it would be the responsibility of prospective purchasers to investigate this. The site would provide an ideal location for a lovely home located close to Portree.
Planning in principle has been granted for the plot of land for the erection of a single storey dwelling house. Full details are available on request. Planning was granted on 16th June 2020 and is valid for 3 years. All documents can be viewed on the Highland Council Website www.highland.gov.uk, using the planning reference numbers 19/05435/PIP. Interested parties may also wish to contact planning direct at Dingwall office. Telephone 01349 886608.
Kingsburgh is a small crofting township located on the Trotternish peninsula of Skye famous for being the home of Flora MacDonald after she helped Bonnie Prince Charlie escape to France after the battle of Culloden. Views from Kingsburgh are afforded over Loch Snizort to the Cuillin ridge and beyond to the Outer Isles in the distance. Located only 10 miles from Portree.
From Portree take the A87 towards Uig and follow this road until you reach the turn off for Kingsburgh on your left hand side and take this turning. Follow the single track road till you reach a fork in the road and veer right, the plot is located on your right hand side beyond the stone wall at the end of the public road.