Sold £60,000.00 - Land, Plot and Croft
Offers: Over £60,000 Are Invited
Owner Occupied Croft with Decrofted Potential House Site, ½ 1 Lealt, Staffin, Isle of Skye, IV51 9JW
½ 1 Lealt represents a rare opportunity to acquire an owner occupied croft extending to 1.344HA together with a decrofted potential house site extending to a further 0.186HA.
The land at 1 Lealt spans the township road with the decrofted area above the road and the croftland below.
The decrofted area extends to 0.186HA and is the site of the derelict former croft house, the gable walls of which are all that now remain.
This site offers the potential for development subject to any necessary planning consent that may be required. There is no existing planning permission on the site and it will be the purchasers’ responsibility to make applications in this regard. All responsibility for the connection and supply of services will be the responsibility of the purchaser.
There are uninterrupted panoramic views over the surrounding croftland to the Trotternish Ridge and the Old Man of Storr.
Owner Occupied Croft:
The croft land extends to 1.344HA and slopes gently down towards the River Lealt at the bottom boundary. There is an old stone ruin towards the bottom of the croft.
The croft comes with a 1/2 share in the Lealt common grazings with a souming for 4 cows and a further 1/2 share in the Staffin general common grazings with a souming for 2 sheep and 10 cows. There is an annual rent payable for the common grazing shares which is currently £33 per annum.
Interested parties are advised to consult a solicitor specialising in Crofting Law.
Further information regarding crofting matters can be found at www.crofting.scotland.gov.uk
Crofting Commission Number: I2697
The crofting township of Lealt lies approximately 4 miles south of Staffin, located on the Trotternish Peninsula in the north east of Skye. The area is renowned for its spectacular scenery and walks with both the unusual rock formations of the Quiraing and Old Man of Storr only a short drive away. As well as a popular walking destination the area is also a haven for wildlife and has a number of interesting historical sites including Flora MacDonalds monument, the black house Museum and Duntulm Castle. There are limited services available in Staffin including a community centre with shop, Columba 1400 with café, small shop with petrol pumps and primary school, further facilities, including a secondary school are available in Portree.
Viewings: Strictly by appointment through this agency.
Directions: From Portree take the A855 road heading towards Staffin. After approximately 12 miles you will come to a left hand turning signposted Lealt. Take this turning and the ruinous croft house will be on your right with the croft land opposite just after the first bungalow which is also on your right.
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.