plot 10 Caroy, Struan, Struan

Offers over £55000 are invited

Unique opportunity to acquire a decrofted building plot extending to approximately 0.249 acres or thereby ( to be confirmed by title deed) located in the picturesque township of Caroy from where stunning views across Loch Caroy to the MacLeod’s Tables beyond are afforded.

The building plot is relatively flat and occupies an elevated position offering stunning views over Loch Caroy and the MacLeod’s Tables. Shared access will be taken from the Caroy jetty road and will be shared with the neighbouring plot/s.  Services are believed to be located close by, however it would be the responsibility of prospective purchasers to investigate this.  The property site provides the perfect location to create a bespoke home that affords fantastic views and is also ideally positioned to take advantage of the amenities the area has to offer, including many hill and coastal walks right on the doorstep.

Viewing is highly recommended to appreciate the setting.

Planning Permission:

Planning in principle has been granted for the plot of land for the erection of a single storey or 1 1/2 storey dwelling house. Planning was granted on 5th April 2017 and is valid for 3 years and is now lapsed.  All documents can be viewed on the Highland Council Website, using the planning reference numbers 16/04244/PIP.  Interested parties may also wish to contact planning directly at the office in Dingwall. Telephone 01349 886608.


Caroy is a small township lying between Struan and Dunvegan on the North West coast of Skye. In Caroy itself there is a small jetty with other limited facilities available in Struan including a post office, outdoor clothing shop, second hand shop and café. Further facilities are available in Dunvegan which is popular with locals and tourists alike. Portree the Islands capital which is some 13 miles away taking the hill road and here you would find the amenities expected of thriving areas. Primary schooling is available at both Struan and Dunvegan with secondary education in Portree. Overall the area enjoys stunning Loch views, abundant walks and a wide variety of wildlife can be spotted. Places of historical interest include Dunvegan Castle, several Brochs and remains of Cairns which are all worth visiting.


From Portree take the B885 towards Struan and continue on this road, at the junction turn right onto the A863 to Dunvegan. After approx 4 miles take the left hand turn off sign posted for Caroy Jetty. The plot will be clearly marked on your left hand side.