An exciting opportunity to purchase a sizeable croft tenancy extending to 6.94 acres or thereby (to be confirmed by title deeds) located in the beautiful crofting township of Elgol, with extensive views over rolling croft land and across Loch Slapin and the Cuillin Sound towards the Cuillin mountains beyond.
The croft hosts areas on both sides of the township road with one being elevated and the other side rolling downward. The croft has access from the township road via a gate on each side and the boundary of the croft is clearly defined with fencing.
Croft 13 Elgol 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 www.crofting.scotland.gov.uk Tel: 01463 663450
- The area on the plan which has been crossed through is decrofted and not included in the sale.
- There is a static caravan on site for which no current planning permission exists. This can be included within the sale if the potential purchaser is in agreement to take on the obligation to obtain planning permission. Alternatively, the caravan can be removed prior to settlement of the transfer of the croft tenancy.
Elgol is an extremely popular village on the shores of Loch Scavaig towards the end of the Strathaird peninsula on the Isle of Skye. This picturesque village boasts a good community spirit with the Community Hall offering functions that are well attended. The stunning view of the Cuillin mountains from the shore make Elgol a popular destination with tourists and locals alike. The village is also a terminal for two privately owned boat trips to Loch Coruisk and the Small Isles along with two coffee shops and a restaurant.
From the A87 in Broadford, take the B8083 to Elgol. Follow the road approx. 15 miles to Elgol village and the croft can be found on the left & right of the road (indicated by the caravan which is located on the right and the large layby on the left) before the road starts to slope steeply downwards towards the shore.