Half of 30, Lower Breakish

Offers over £110000 are invited

Rare and exciting opportunity to acquire a de-crofted building plot extending to approximately 0.49 acres or thereby (to be confirmed by title deed) located in the peaceful township of Lower Breakish where views across a tidal inlet, the Inner Sound over to the Applecross peninsula and the Cuillin mountains are afforded.

The site is located in an enviable position with shore access and is set back from the quiet township road. The subjects for sale have been granted planning permission in principle for the erection of a dwelling. The house site and garden ground extends to approximately 0.49 acres or thereby (to be confirmed by title deeds) and has been de-crofted.

The site is ideally positioned to take advantage of the views on offer and provides a fantastic opportunity to create a bespoke home close to the shore. Viewing is highly recommended to appreciate the setting and views on offer.

Planning Permission:

Planning permission in principle has been granted for the erection of a dwelling on the plot. This was granted on 11th March 2020 and is valid for 3 years.  All documents can be viewed on the Highland Council Website www.highland.gov.uk, using the planning reference number 20/00278/PIP. Interested parties may also wish to contact planning direct at Dingwall office. Telephone 01349 886608.


Lower Breakish is a popular hamlet located on the outskirts of the busy village of Broadford on the Isle of Skye. Broadford offers an array of local amenities including a hospital, medical centre, a variety of shops, hotels and restaurants. Broadford has a primary school, with secondary schooling available in the Island's capital Portree, some 26 miles to the North and there is a school bus service. Lower Breakish lies approx. 6 miles from the Skye Bridge, providing access to the mainland via Kyle of Lochalsh and for onward travel.


From the A87 take the turn into Lower Breakish by the Misty Bottle Gin & Whisky Shop. Follow the road and at the 1st junction take a right and then an immediate left. At the next junction take a left and the plot can be found towards the end of the road on the right hand side. The plot can be accessed by walking over the upper part of land from the road and the top boundary of the plot is marked by 3 wooden posts. Alternatively, walk to the end of the road and take the path down towards the shore, taking a right when reaching the water and walking along the shore line to access the plot from the lower boundary.