Croft Assignation, 10 Linicro, Kilmuir

Offers over £75000 are invited

An exciting opportunity to purchase a sizable croft tenancy extending to 7.84 hectares (19.3 acres) or thereby (to be confirmed by title deeds) located in the beautiful crofting township of Linicro, Kilmuir with extensive rolling croft land views towards the Minch and Trotternish Ridge.

The subjects on offer is a sizable croft tenancy extending to 7.84 hectares (19.3 acres) or thereby (to be confirmed by title deeds) located in the peaceful township of Kilmuir on Skye’s north coast.  The croft hosts areas on both sides of the township road with one being elevated and the other side rolling down towards the historic Monkstadt House.  There are widespread views over rolling croft land towards the Minch and the Trotternish Ridge. The croft has access from the township road and the boundary of the croft is clearly defined with fencing.

10 Linicro provides a rare opportunity to acquire a generous portion of croft land in a wonderful location and would be of interest to anyone interested in crofting or horticulture.

All assignations of crofting tenancies require the approval of the Crofting Commission. Further information on Crofting can be found by contacting the Crofting Commission or visiting  Tel: 01463 663450



Linicro is a small, friendly community located within the coastal township of Kilmuir, just north of Uig. Facilities in Kilmuir include a primary school, village hall and church. Uig is just a short drive south and is the main ferry terminus with regular sailings to the outer isles of Harris & Lewis via Tarbert and the Uists’ via Lochmaddy. Local services in Uig include a general store, petrol station, pub, bakery and the local Skye Brewery. More enhanced services including supermarket, many restaurants, banks, a cottage hospital and secondary school can be found in Portree, the island’s capital some 20 miles south. It is also only a short distance to the heart of the Quiraing and the Trotternish Ridge and only a short drive to the north you have the ruinous Duntulm Castle.


Follow the A855 from Uig to Linicro. Access to the upper portion of the croft is taken from the main township road opposite the house at No 10. Access to the lower portion is from the road to Monkstadt House beside the ruined byres.