For Sale £35,000.00 - Land, Plot
Fixed Price: £35,000
Decrofted House Site at 7, 8 & 11 Hungladder, Kilmuir, Isle of Skye, IV51 9YT
A decrofted house site extending to 0.2 acre or thereby (to be confirmed by Title Deed) with panoramic views over the Minch towards the outer isles of Harris and North Uist.
A rare opportunity to purchase a decrofted house site in crofting township of Hungladder.
The site extends to 0.2 acre or thereby (to be confirmed by Title Deed) and is fully fenced.
Access will need to be formed from the township road.
Outline planning permission was granted in 2018 under reference 18/04020/PIP for the erection of a single or 1 ½ storey property.
It will be the responsibility of the purchaser to arrange for the connection and supply of all services to the site and the installation of a septic tank/treatment system.
The crofting township of Hungladder is situated on the Trotternish Peninsula in north Skye and lies approximately 7 miles north of Uig. The Museum of Island Life and the ruins of Duntulm castle are both close by.
There is a small primary school and community hall only a short drive away, whilst Uig offers a selection of small shops, filling station, pub and hotel, the Isle of Skye brewery and is also the ferry port to the Western Isles. A wider range of facilities, including a secondary school (to which a free school bus service is provided) are available in Portree, the principal town on the island which is located approximately 30 minutes away by car.
Viewings: Strictly by appointment through this agency.
Directions: Heading north from Uig you will come to the sign for Hungladder. You will pass over the cattle grid and the road will start to climb up. The plot is located just past the third drive on your left hand side and will have one of our estate agency signs on the fence.
These particulars are believed to be correct but no guarantee of their accuracy is given and no error or misdescription herein shall annul any sale or be made subject of compensation by either side. Neither shall these details be deemed to form any part of any contract. Prospective purchasers are advised to take legal advice on the extent and nature of the subjects they propose to acquire.