Croft Assignation 18 Roag, Roag

Offers over £40000 are invited

An exciting opportunity to purchase a sizable croft tenancy extending to 6 acres or thereby (to be confirmed by title deeds) located in the beautiful small crofting township of Roag by Dunvegan with extensive rolling croft land views over Loch Vatten and out towards the Cuillin Mountain range.

The subjects on offer is a sizable croft tenancy extending to 6 acres or thereby (to be confirmed by title deeds) located in the delightful township of Roag near Dunvegan.  The croft hosts areas on both sides of the township road with one being elevated and the other side rolling down to the shores of Loch Vatten.  There are widespread views over rolling croft land and across Loch Vatten with the Cuillin mountains beyond. The croft has access from the township road via various gates and the boundary of the croft is clearly defined with fencing.

Please note that the areas in green on the plan are de-crofted and these are not included in the sale.

18 Roag would provide 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



The beautiful crofting township of Roag is located some 3 miles from Dunvegan and the historic home of the Clan MacLeod at Duvnegan Castle. The village itself has good local services including shops, hotels, restaurants, a post office, modern medical centre and primary school. Secondary schooling is available from Portree, the island’s capital some 23 miles away where you will find all the facilities you would expect of a thriving town. This area makes an ideal base for touring Skye as a whole.


From Portree take the A850 to Dunvegan. At the Dunvegan hotel turn left onto the A863 and carry on until you see a sign post for Roag. Take the junction on your right hand side. Follow this road for approximately 1 1/2 miles just before the neat corner the croft will be located down to the shore. With the upper section being up the small lane, turning right. If you get to the post box you have just gone too far.