Site at Station Yard, Strathcarron

Offers over £45000 are invited

The subjects for sale located in the heart of the pretty highland village of Strathcarron comprise of a flat and easy to develop Building site. Positioned beside the small railway station the site provides an excellent opportunity for commercial development. Full planning permission was previously granted for the erection of retail/office premises dated 06/10/11 and it is possible that other uses may be given consideration.

The site could lend itself well to any type of commercial use and would provide potential purchasers with a number of options. This would need to be discussed with the planning department in order to gain the necessary consents. The overall size of the site extends to 948 sq. metres although some 490 sq. metres cannot be developed due to the vehicular right of access by ScotRail through the area to the left of the site. There is also a right of access to the Platform. The site does however represent an attractive commercial development opportunity.

Planning Permission: Full planning permission was previously granted for the erection of retail/office premises dated 06/10/11. Full details can be obtained from this agency and can also be viewed on the Highland Government website www.highland.gov.uk reference number 11/02866/FUL. Interested parties may also wish to contact the planning office at Dingwall Council Offices, 84 High Street, Dingwall IV15 9QN or telephone: 01349 868600.

**PLEASE NOTE**

The former post office, located adjacent to the site, may also be available for purchase under separate negotiation. Please contact this agency if you would like to discuss this.

Location

Strathcarron is situated at the head of Loch Carron and is a small village comprising of both traditional and new build homes. The village has its own hotel, post office, IT centre and railway station and is conveniently placed between the bigger villages of Lochcarron and Kyle of Lochalsh which provide a wide range of shopping and leisure facilities. Lochcarron is some 4 miles to the west and the bigger village of Kyle of Lochalsh is about a 25 minute drive away.

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