For Sale £50,000.00 - Land, Plot
Offers: Over £50,000 are invited
16 Fasach, Glendale, Isle Of Skye, IV55 8WP
A generous house site extending to 0.45 acre or thereby (to be confirmed by Title Deed) set in the rural crofting township of Fasach.
Outline planning permission for a single or 1 ½ storey dwelling was granted in June 2014 under planning reference 14/01386/PIP and this in the process of being renewed under reference 17/02814/PIP.
The site has views over the surrounding croft land with the Minch and the Outer Isles in the distance. There is a small burn that flows along the southerly boundary.
Water and electricity are in the vicinity and it will be the purchasers’ responsibility for the installation and connection to same. Private drainage will be required and, again, it will be the purchasers’ responsibility for the installation and connection to same.
It will also be the purchasers’ responsibility to fence the plot.
The township of Fasach is situated within Glendale on the Duirinish Peninsula of Skye. Although still a very traditional crofting township, due to its fertile soil, the whole glen was removed from crofting tenure some years ago.
Glendale is an 18,956 acre estate that extends from Neist Point in the West, Loch Pooltiel in the North and Loch Dunvegan in the East. To the South it covers vast acres of moorland, skirting the slopes of MacLeod’s Tables and extending almost down to MacLeod’s Maidens at Idrigill.
The name ‘Glendale’ is the anglicised version of its gaelic name, Gleann Dail, which means ‘valley with level fields by a river‘
The village of Lephin offers a limited number of facilities including a post office/general store and a cafe, further facilities are available in Dunvegan approximately 7 miles away. Secondary education is provided in Portree, the principal town on the island, a bus service operates to transport secondary pupils to and from the high school.
Directions: Taking the B884 from Dunvegan, follow the winding, single track road into Glendale. Take the 2nd turning on the left signposted “Fasach”, which is the lower Fasach township road. The land is located on the left hand side of the township road and has a for sale board on the boundary 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.