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Plot 90m East of Gorten, Strontian

£75,000 Guide Price

12 February 2024
Property Introduction

PIP for a single or 1½ storey dwelling in an extremely sought after position in Anacheilt, Strontian. Details of the outline planning permission can be found on the Highland Council Planning Website (see link below). The successful purchaser will also be required to satisfy themselves on the availability of services of drainage, sewage and electrics. There will be a legal right of access to the plot however, it will be the full responsibility of the purchaser for any landscaping or boundary fencing.  It should be noted that the plot has been decrofted and a copy of the decrofting direction can be made available.  

Key Features
  • Ref: 89
  • Type: Commercial Land, Investment
  • Availability: For Sale
Property Details

Plot with planning in principal for a residential property

Plot with outline planning permission

Plot extends to approx 0.18ha (0.44acre)

Planning in principal for a single or 1½ storey dwelling

Situated in an extremely beautiful and desirable location

Semi-rural setting close to Strontian on the Ardnamurchan Peninsula

Surrounded by Croftland and fabulous mountain views

Highland Council Planning References: 22/01776/PIP

The picturesque village of Strontian is situated along the A861, it is the main village in Sunart and lies on the north shore of Loch Sunart, close to the head of the Loch. Surrounded by some of the most breath-taking scenery in Scotland, Strontian is a perfect location for exploring the amazing landscape of the Ardnamurchan Peninsula.
The village has a good reputation as a holiday destination as there is a diverse range of activities available including mountain biking, fishing, an abundance of wildlife as well as mountain and forest track walks. The village has a range of amenities, including 2 well stocked local shops, hotels, post office, doctor’s surgery, churches, primary school and secondary school. There is a bus service into Fort William.
Fort William is the nearest town which is approximately 20 miles away and is the main district town of Lochaber, known as the “Outdoor Capital of the UK”. It is popular with those who enjoy stunning scenery, wildlife, walking and outdoor pursuits. There is a variety of shops, hotels and restaurants, tourist information centre, museum, library, there is a bus station and railway station with links to Mallaig, Glasgow and Edinburgh as well as the over night sleeper to London.
From Fort William head South and take the Corran Ferry to Ardgour continue for approx 12.5 miles passing through the village of Strontian and crossing over the River Bridge. Turn immediately right signed posted for Polloch. Proceed until reaching the small church on your right and Gorten Croft is immediately opposite on the left.

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