The site has full planning permission for a 1.1/2 storey dwelling in an attractive semi-rural location surrounded by woodland trees. Details of the full Planning Permission can be found on the Highland Council Website: https://www.highland.gov.uk/info/180/planning_-_applications_warrants_and_certificates/143/lanning_permission/4 Specifications for the house build will be made available for any prospective buyer of the plot should they wish to utilize them. The plot extends to approximately 0.52 acre and the successful purchaser will be required to satisfy themselves on the availability of services. However, the vendor will permit the buyer to connect to his private septic tank if required, there are no other properties connected to the tank. Access for mains electricity connections are available close by. The vendor will authorise access across his land for connection purposes and necessary and relevant servitude rights will be granted in title. The vendor currently has a water supply from a private well, however, he would consider a joint venture with the buyer to upgrade (bore whole/filtration system). The land has never been a registered croft and therefore it is not subject to any crofting regulations. The boundary of the plot will be marked out for ease of recognition. Little may be known about the semi-rural location of Kinlochlaggan although the area is steeped in history and boasts fine views, an abundance of wildlife and stunning waterfalls. The town has a well supported Coffee Shop that hosts theme nights. Nearby attractions include Pattock Falls with its nearby white sandy beach. Wolftrax Mountain Biking Trails with over 20miles of purpose built tracks through Laggan Forests that take in lovely views of the Monadhliath Hills and an Ancient Hill Fort. Walking and cycling tracks are numerous in the area and easily accessible for all levels of walkers and cyclists. The village of Newtonmore is just 11 miles away where full amenities are available to include a variety of independent shops, supermarkets, restaurants, bars and a petrol station. There is a train station with links to Glasgow and Edinburgh. Newtonmore is renowned for its Shinty and is home to The Wildcat Experience - a visitor attraction specially aimed at families with children. The attraction is based on a community arts project whereby everyone in the village is encouraged to get involved. There is a golf course, bowling green as well as numerous outdoor pursuits.
Our landmark office is based in Fort Williams High Street with an opportunity for you to visit us to discuss your requirements. We will provide an all inclusive Estate Agency and Conveyance Package.
No upfront charges and we will guide you through the selling process from start to finish.