An exciting opportunity to acquire the croft assignation of Fladda Island Croft extending to 313.63 acres or thereby (to be confirmed by title deeds). Fladda Island Croft is a tidal island situated off the North West coast of Raasay boasting spectacular sea views.
The subjects on offer is a sizable croft assignation extending to 313.63 acres or thereby (to be confirmed by title deeds) located on a tidal island off the coast of Raasay. The croft does host three private houses which are NOT included in the sale and some house and outbuilding ruins which do remain within the croft. Please note the de-crofted areas shown are NOT included in the sale.
Please be aware that the island is only accessible by foot during low tides via a seaweed strewn causeway. It is the responsibility of any prospective purchasers to investigate the tidal times and ensure they are fit and able to complete the walk required to reach the island as this is uneven under foot.
Fladda Island Croft provides a rare opportunity to acquire a substantial amount of croft land in a unique 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 http://www.crofting.scotland.gov.uk/ Tel: 01463 663450
Fladda Island also known as 'Eilean Fladdy' is a tidal island off the North West coast of Raasay. The previously populated island was once a thriving crofting community, there are currently three restored former croft houses on the island that are used as holiday homes by the families that own them and is only populated for short periods of the year.
From the ferry follow the road heading to Raasay House, pass the entrance to Raasay House on your left and continue up the hill past the Farm House and the grave yard on your right, Continue on this road heading North until you pass Brochel Castle and join Calum's Road, follow this road to it's end at Arnish where parking is available. Beyond the parking area is Calum's Path that is signposted 'Fladda' follow this path until it leads downhill towards the Island of Fladda. The island can be reached at low tide via a seaweed-strewn natural causeway.