An exciting opportunity to purchase a sizable owner occupied croft extending to 37.42 acres or thereby (to be confirmed by title deeds) located in the beautiful small crofting township of Ebost by Struan with extensive rolling croft land views out towards the Cuillin Mountain range.
The subjects on offer is a sizable owner occupied croft extending to 37.42 acres or thereby (to be confirmed by title deeds) located in the peaceful township of Ebost near Struan. The croft hosts areas on both sides of the township road with one being elevated and the other side rolling down to the river. There are widespread views over rolling croft land and out to Loch Bracadle with the Cuillins beyond. The croft does host some former outbuildings of corrugated iron construction and the boundary of the croft is clearly defined on either side with fencing and a burn and a gated entrance directly off the township road
1 Ebost would provide a rare opportunity to acquire a substantial amount 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 township of Ebost, Struan is located on the west coast of Skye. This is a popular tourist route and is an ideal location for exploring all of the island.Within Struan itself there is a small primary school, post office/general store, book shop/cafe and outdoor clothing shop. Dunvegan is located some 9 miles to the north with facilities including shops, restaurants, baker, garage and doctor’s surgery. Portree, the islands capital is just 9 miles away and benefits from a selection of shops including
supermarkets, hotels, restaurants, leisure facilities, a modern medical centre and cottage hospital and secondary schooling.
From Portree take the B885 towards Struan and continue on this road, at the junction turn right onto the A863 to Dunvegan, then take the second road signed Ebost on your left, the croft is located and sign posted upon entering this road.