Croft assignation and house at 12 Fiscavaig, Carbost

Offers over £280000 are invited

An exciting opportunity to acquire a sizable croft assignation with house extending to 35.34 acres or thereby (to be confirmed by title deeds) located in the picturesque crofting township of Fiscavaig set in an elevated position boasting widespread views over Fiscavaig Bay towards Ardtreck Point.

The subjects on offer is a sizable croft tenancy with house extending to 35.34 acres or thereby (to be confirmed by title deeds) located in the friendly crofting township of Fiscavaig. Located on the croft tenancy is a two-bedroom bungalow which is not decrofted and is in need of a degree of modernisation. The accommodation within comprises of entrance hallway, lounge, kitchen, two bedrooms and shower room. The property further benefits from UPVC double glazing throughout, oil fired central heating and ample built-in storage. Also located within the croft is the original croft house which is now in a derelict state however is decrofted.

The croft is of sloping nature extending down to the shoreline. The land has not been grazed for a number of years and is currently overgrown with areas of trees and shrubbery.

12 Fiscavaig 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.

Ground Floor


T-shaped hallway providing access to lounge, kitchen, bathroom and two bedrooms. Two built-in storage cupboards, one housing the consumer unit. Loft access. Carpeted. Painted. Half glazed UPVC door to front elevation.

3.21m x 3.86m (10’06” x 12’07”) at max.


Good sized lounge with window to the side elevation. Fireplace with tile surround and hearth and electric fire insert. Carpeted. Painted. 

4.09m x 3.59m (13’04” x 11’09”) at max.


Dual aspect kitchen with limited range of base units with contrasting worktop. Windows to front and side elevation, window to front elevation boasts sea views. Stainless steel sink and drainer. Door to hallway. Vinyl floor. Painted. Half glazed UPVC door to side elevation.

3.81m x 3.27m (12’05” x 10’08”)

Bedroom One

Double bedroom with window to side elevation. Built in storage cupboards. Carpeted. Painted.

4.20m x 2.71m (13’09” x 8’10”)

Bedroom Two

Double bedroom with window to side elevation. Carpeted. Painted. Built in storage.

2.92m x 2.93m (9’06” x 9’07”) at max.

Shower Room

Shower room comprising coloured W.C., wash hand basin and disabled access shower with electric shower. Frosted window to front elevation. Wet wall to shower enclosure. Vinyl floor. Painted. Extractor fan.

1.97m x 1.80m (6’05” x 5’10”)



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



Please note whilst every reasonable care has been taken in the drawing of the above floor plan, the position of walls, doors and windows etc are all approximate. The floor plan is intended for guidance purposes only, may not be to scale and should not be relied upon as anything other than an indicative layout of the property


Located on the Minginish peninsula, Fiscavaig is a small crofting community 5 miles from Carbost, the nearest main village. In the neighbouring township of Portnalong facilities include a small hotel/bar and a newly built community centre. In Carbost, home to the world famous Talisker Distillery facilities include a community owned village shop, post office/stationers, a pub and hostel. There is also a primary school in Carbost and secondary schooling is available in Portree, the Island’s capital, some 20 miles away - a school bus service operates. There is a scheduled bus service between Fiscavaig and Portree that runs several times a day. The bus stop is just a few yards from the house. Portree has all the facilities you would expect of a busy town including supermarkets, shops, restaurants, hotels and a hospital. Fiskavaig is an ideal base for holiday makers, walkers and sightseers’ being fairly central on the Island with lots of lovely walks, beaches and places of interest to visit. There is an abundance of wildlife to look out for in the surrounding area including the huge white tailed Sea Eagles.


From Portree head south on the A87 until you reach Sligachan. Turn right onto the A863 signposted to Dunvegan. After about 4 miles you will take a left hand turning signposted Carbost/Portnalong (B80090). Continue on this road passing through Carbost (you will pass the Talisker Distillery), Fernilea and Portnalong before you come into Fiskavaig.