For Sale £85,000.00 - Land, Plot
Offers: Over £85,000 Are Invited
House Site, Creag A Chaim, Armadale, Sleat, Isle of Skye, IV45 8RS
A decrofted house site extending to 0.1 acre or thereby (to be confirmed by Title Deed) with direct access to the shore.
A rare opportunity to purchase a small house site with direct access to the shore.
The site extends to 0.1 acre or thereby (to be confirmed by Title Deed) and is fully fenced.
There will be a right of access through the grounds of Creag A Chaim to the site.
Outline planning permission has been applied for under reference 18/03532/PIP and a decision is awaited.
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.
Armadale is a pretty village on the Sleat peninsular which is also known as the Garden of Skye. The house site is within walking distance of the ferry terminal at Armadale, where the Mallaig ferry arrives and departs from. Mallaig is served by the national rail network.
In Armadale there is a community petrol station with artisan shop and sub post office, a vehicle repair garage, a couple of galleries/pottery, cafe and a clothing shop. Primary schooling is a short drive away in Kilbeg with secondary education provided at Portree or Plockton High Schools. There is also a doctors’ surgery in Kilbeg.
Wider facilities are available in Broadford some 17 miles away.
Viewings: Strictly by appointment through this agency.
Directions: From Broadford take the A851 road to Sleat. After about 16 miles you will come to Armadale. The road bears round to your left and you will see a small bay to your right. Creag A Chaim in the first property in your right with the plot on the shoreline.
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.