Plot & Small Holding, 7 Holmisdale, Glendale

Offers in the region of £52000 are invited

Located in the crofting township of Holmisdale the subjects for sale comprise of a site and small holding extending to 2 acres or thereby. Full planning permission has been granted on 13th September 2012 for the erection of a dwelling house. From the site there are open views across to the township of Fasach and easterly views towards MacLeod’s Tables. Access is directly off the township road.

The building plot  and small holding are located in the crofting township of Holmisdale in the popular area known as Glendale in the north west of Skye.

The building plot and small holding sits below the township road and extends to 2 acres or thereby (to be confirmed by title deed).   Full planning consent was granted under planning reference 12/01310/FUL for the erection of a single storey property on 13th September 2012 and is valid for three years from that date.  Full details are available on request.

Interested parties wishing to discuss options for the site may wish to contact the local planning authority – The Highland Council, Planning & Development Service, Tigh Na Sgire, Park Lane, Portree, Isle of Skye, IV51 9EB. Telephone: 01478 613800. Please note that the planning office operates an appointment system and you would be advised to make an appointment to speak with one of the planning officers prior to visiting the office.

The house site benefits from uninterrupted views across the surrounding countryside with MacLeod’s Tables to the East.

Location

Holmisdale is a small township located in the Duirinish peninsular on the north west of the Island. The area is popular with those wishing to enjoy the outdoors with a good range of places to enjoy including Neist Point lighthouse and MacLeod’s Tables. Facilities in nearby Glendale include a sub-post office and general store and the Glendale Village Hall. Duirinish is also home to the world famous ‘Three Chimneys Restaurant’. The closest village is Dunvegan some 6 miles away - home to Dunvegan Castle – seat of the Clan MacLeod and one of the oldest inhabited castles in Europe. Dunvegan has good local services including shops, post office, primary school, village hall, medical centre, hotels and restaurants and the world famous Dunvegan Castle. The Island’s capital is some 30 miles away and has all the services and facilities you would expect of a growing town including supermarket, builders merchants, cinema, good range of shops, hotels, bars, restaurants, secondary schooling and a cottage hospital.

Directions

From Dunvegan follow the road signposted to Glendale. As you enter Glendale, go past the village hall. 7 Holmisdale is the first left past the post office on the road up towards the Red Roof Cafe.

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