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Lochslyn Lodge ~ ~ Invergordon
Stunning detached villa with a large mature garden, situated in an elevated position in the semi-rural hamlet of Newmore. The property is a couple of miles from Invergordon and Alness. The property is in an elevated position in Newmore and enjoys stunning uninterrupted views over rolling farmland, hillsides and the Cromarty Firth from the first floor viewing platform. A Home Report is available from Torrance Partnership in Invergordon. Acc: Unique Detached Villa, Vestibule, Entrance Hall, Lounge, Dining Room, Kitchen/Diner, Family Room. First Floor Viewing Platform. Five Bedrooms (One En-Suite), Bathroom & Shower Room. Sauna. Utility Room. Integrated Double Garage With W.C. Large Driveway. Large Garden Surrounding House. DG. OFCH. EPC C. Council Tax Band G.


  £370,000 

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Eldon Lea ~ ~ Strathpeffer
Beautiful one and a half storey detached house in a quiet elevated location on the edge of the village of Strathpeffer with stunning views over the village to Castle Leod, Achterneed and Ben Wyvis. This exceptional property would provide a beautiful family home or an ideal small business opportunity. Accommodation: Spacious One & A Half Storey House. Large Entry Vestibule, Entrance Hall, Lounge, Dining Room, Kitchen/Diner, Utility Room, Six Bedrooms (Four En-Suite), Family Bathroom. W.C. Integrated Double Garage. Double Glazing. OFCH. Gardens Surrounding House. Large Driveway. Quiet & Private Residential Location. Stunning Views of The Surrounding Countryside. EPC Rating D. Council Tax Band G.


  £345,000 

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Malton Villa ~ ~ Conon Brdige
This beautiful and impressive detached villa is of a traditional stone build and has generous living quarters. Local amenities in Conon Bridge include a small range of shops, a national supermarket, Post Office, cafe, and a hotel. A wider variety of shops can be found in nearby Dingwall or Inverness. The train station is a five minute walk from the property and there is a regular bus service through the village which is situated just off the A835 making it ideally placed for commuting to Dingwall or Inverness. Primary school children attend the Ben Wyvis School which is just a few minutes walk from the house with older children attending Dingwall Academy for which transport is provided. Acc: Detached Traditional Stone Built Villa, Vestibule, Hall, Lounge, Sunroom, Dining Room,Family Room/Study, Kitchen/Diner, Utility Room, Rear Lobby, Ground Floor W.C. Office, Four Double Bedrooms, Family Bathroom with Electric Underfloor Heating, Gas Central Heating, Multi-Fuel Stove and Open Fire. Secondary Glazing. Double Garage with Electric Doors, Power and Light. Off Street Parking. Large Mature Garden Surrounding House. EPC Rating D. Council Tax Band F.


  £320,000 

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The Old House ~ 7a Castle Street ~ Dingwall
The Old House is conveniently situated in a highly regarded quiet residential area in the town centre of Dingwall which is 15 miles north of Inverness. The property is an impressive stone-built house under a slate roof in a traditional two storey with attic style which has a category B listing, with 7A occupying the first and second floors. The property has very recently been lovingly restored by the current owner and retains most of its original beautiful period features including wooden architraves, beautiful cornices, panelled doors, fireplaces and a sweeping staircase. Other work which has been carried out includes new glazing, re-wiring, new plumbing, roof repairs, new heating system and boiler, new plasterboard, soundproofed flooring, installation of a new kitchen and bathroom and the creation of a new bathroom on the second floor. The accommodation is typically very spacious for a house of this period and design. This property would provide a very prestigious family home and would also be suited to holiday accommodation. Local amenities in Dingwall include a wide variety of shops on the High Street which is just a two minute walk from the property, supermarkets, banks, Post Office, cafes, restaurants, hotels and leisure centre with swimming pool. Both Primary and Secondary schooling are available in the town. There are regular bus and rail links available to both north and south, the train station and bus stops are a short distance from the property. Accommodation: Spacious Maisonette, Recently Restored and Renovated to a High Standard, Private Entrance, Vestibule, Inner Hall, Reception Hall, Lounge, Dining Room, Kitchen With Bar & Scullery, Two Bathrooms, Five Bedrooms, Large Second Floor Landing, Gas Central Heating and Open Fires, Double Glazing, Garage, Driveway, Large Mature Garden, Summer House, Hot Tub and Polytunnel, EPC Rating C


  £285,000 

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11 Castle Street ~ ~ Dingwall
Local amenities in Dingwall include a wide variety of shops on the High Street which is just a two minute walk from the property, supermarkets, banks, Post Office, cafes, restaurants, hotels and leisure centre with swimming pool. Both Primary and Secondary schooling are available in the town. There are regular bus and rail links available to both north and south, the train station and bus stops are a short distance from the house. 11 Castle Street is conveniently situated in a sought after quiet residential street in the town centre of Dingwall which is 15 miles north of Inverness. The property is an imposing stone-built semi detached house with front facing entrance under a slate roof in a traditional style with some modern ground and first floor extensions. The house is beautifully presented and retains many of its original beautiful period features including cornices, panelled doors and fireplaces. The property benefits from oil central heating, double glazing, a bathroom and shower room. There has also been a partial upgrade in the kitchen which has increased the working area. There is a large drive and a double garage. This house is typically very spacious for a house of this period and design. The house would provide a beautiful family home and would also be ideally suited to holiday accommodation. Acc: Spacious Semi-Detached House, Private Front Entrance, Vestibule, Hall, Inner Hall, Large Lounge, Kitchen/Diner, Small Lounge, Ground Floor Shower Room, Utility/Lobby, Three Bedrooms, First Floor Bathroom, Oil Fired Central Heating & Open Fires. DG. Driveway. Double Garage. Large Mature Garden. EPC Rating E. Council Tax Band D.


  £250,000 

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Cartmel ~ Birchburn Road ~ Aultbea
This detached bungalow would provide an ideal B & B and is situated in the attractive fishing village of Aultbea on the popular North Coast 500 Route, surrounded by some of the most beautiful scenery in the Scottish Highlands. Accommodation: Vestibule, Hall, Lounge/Diner, Kitchen/Diner, Family Room, Five Bedrooms (Four En-Suite), Shower Room, Laundry Room, Sun Room. DG. Electric Heating & Solid Fuel Fire. Large Mature Garden. Detached Garage. Beautiful Rural Location. Ideal Small Business Prospect. EPC Rating F. Council Tax F. Please contact our office for a copy of the Home Report.


  £225,000 

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1A Dunain Road ~ ~ Inverness
**OFFER IN PENDING MISSIVES** Conveniently situated just off Telford Street which is a 10 minute walk from Inverness City Centre, Dunain Road is ideally placed to take full advantage of the wide range of amenities locally including a range of National supermarkets and retail outlets and smaller shops and fast food restaurants. There is a bus service into the city with a stopping point just a few minutes walk from the property. There are some very pleasant walks along the nearby Caledonian Canal. Accommodation: Vestibule, Hallway, Lounge, Kitchen Diner, Dining Room, Ground Floor W.C. Rear Porch, Three Bedrooms, First Floor Family Bathroom. Ample Storage Space. GCH. DG. EPC Rating C.


 Offer Received £165,000 

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Ramona, 46 Bayne Drive ~ ~ Dingwall
**OFFER IN PENDING MISSIVES** This detached bungalow is situated in a quiet residential area convenient for all the local amenities in particular the primary and secondary schools which are a short walk from the house. Dingwall offers a wide variety of facilities including national supermarkets, shops, hotels restaurants and banks. There is a popular leisure centre with swimming pool which is also a short walk from the property. Inverness is approximately 12 miles from Dingwall and there are regular bus and train services to both north and south. The house is in reasonable condition and would now benefit from some modernisation and redecoration. There are pleasant low maintenance gardens to the front and back. This bungalow would provide an ideal family home, first time purchase or a buy to let opportunity.


 Offer Received £150,000 

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1 Caberfeidh Terrace ~ ~ Dingwall
This end terraced house forms part of a row of charming traditional stone built houses which are conveniently situated close to the town centre within easy walking distance of the High Street, leisure centre with swimming pool, schools and bus stops. The town offers a wide variety of facilities including shops, national supermarkets, hotels, pubs and banks. Dingwall also benefits from a regular bus and train service and Inverness is within easy commuting distance. Accommodation: End Terrace House, Vestibule, Inner Hall, Lounge, Dining Room, Kitchen, Sun Room, Two Double Bedrooms, Box Room, Family Bathroom. DG. GCH. Garden To Front & Back. Off Road Parking. Convenient Central Location. EPC Rating F. Council Tax Band C.


 Offer Received £148,000 

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26 Tor View ~ ~ Contin
**OFFER IN PENDING MISSIVES** Semi-detached house situated in a quiet residential area in the popular village of Contin with views to the hills of Torrachilty and Strathconon. There are some local facilities available in Contin including a shop, filling station and a hotel, more facilities are available in nearby Strathpeffer and Dingwall which is 7 miles away, has a full range of shops, banks and national supermarkets. Contin is approximately 19 miles from Inverness and there is a regular bus service to Dingwall with onward bus and rail links to Inverness and beyond. Primary schooling is available in Strathpeffer with older children attending Dingwall Academy. Transport is provided for both schools. The area is spoilt for beautiful forest walks, stunning lochs and scenery. Number 26 was built around 65 years ago by the Hydro Board and is surrounded by properties of a similar type. There are pleasant gardens to the front and back. The property has been well maintained, is in good condition and would provide an ideal family home, first time purchase or a buy to let opportunity.


  £138,000 

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Roselea ~ ~ Contin
Roselea is situated in the centre of Contin with views to the hills of Torrachilty and Strathconon. There are some local facilities available in Contin including a shop, filling station and hotel, there are more facilities available in nearby Strathpeffer and Dingwall which is 7 miles away, has a full range of shops, banks and national supermarkets. Contin is approx. 19 miles from Inverness and there is a regular bus service to Dingwall with onward bus and rail links to Inverness and beyond. Primary schooling is available in Strathpeffer with older children attending Dingwall Academy. Transport is provided for both schools. Contin is spoilt for beautiful forest walks, stunning lochs and scenery. Acc: Mid-Terraced Traditional Cottage, Porch, Hall, Lounge, Second Reception Room, Kitchen, Office, Inner Hall, Family Bathroom on Ground Floor. Conservatory. First Floor Landing, Two Double Bedrooms. First Floor Shower Room. Ample Storage. Double Glazing. Electric Storage and Solid Fuel Heating. Large Back Garden. Designated Off Road Parking. Beautiful Views. EPC Band E. Council Tax Band B.


  £130,000 

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19 Ferry Brae ~ ~ North Kessock
The popular village of North Kessock is on the northern shore of the Beauly Firth just a short five mile commute to Inverness City centre. The village has good transport links to Inverness and the north and is an idyllic place to raise a family with plenty of outdoor pursuits available on the doorstep. Primary schooling is available in the village with older pupils attending the highly regarded Fortrose Academy for which transport is provided. There is a village shop, Post Office a popular restaurant and bar in the local hotel, there is also a doctors surgery and a village hall. A wider range of facilities are available in Inverness. 19 Ferry Brae was built around 40 years ago by the local authority in an area of similar style houses. A short walk takes you to the shore of the Beauly Firth which offers beautiful views of the Firth and Tomnachurich & Aird Hills beyond, the Kessock Bridge and to the mouth of the Firth and the mountains in the west. The house is deceptively spacious and has lots of storage space. It would now benefit from a little upgrading, modernisation and some new flooring, on completion this property would provide an ideal family home or first time purchase in a highly desirable location. Acc: Mid-Terraced Two Storey House. Hall, Lounge/Diner, Kitchen, W.C. Three Bedrooms, Shower Room. Ample Storage Space. DG. Open Fire. Electric Storage Heating. Gardens To Front & Back. Quiet Residential Location. EPC Band E. Council Tax Band C.


  - Closing Date 21/06/2019 £125,000 

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174 Westford ~ ~ Alness
**OFFER IN PENDING MISSIVES** This end terraced house is situated in a central area of Alness which is 10 miles from Dingwall and 20 miles from Inverness. Coulhill Primary School, Alness Academy, leisure centre & swimming pool and library are all nearby. There are many other local amenities including a wide variety of shops, banks, supermarkets, a Post Office, hotels, Golf Course, restaurants and bars all of which are nearby. There are regular bus and train services to both north and south. No.174 Westford is in a quiet cul-de-sac and was built by the Local Authority in the 1970’s and is in an area with properties of a similar type. The house is well presented, is in walk in condition and the space within has been well thought out and put to very good use. The property benefits from gas central heating, double glazing and a sleek modern kitchen. To the rear there is a stunning private garden with a large pond with water feature, seating areas and an array of colourful plants and shrubs. Accommodation: Hall, Lounge/Diner, Kitchen, Utility, Ground Floor Bedroom, Ground Floor Shower Room, Three 1st Floor Bedrooms, 1st Floor Shower/Bathroom. DG. GCH. Large Attractive Secluded Garden. Communal Parking. EPC Band C. Council Tax Band B.


  £120,000 

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20 Mackintosh Place ~ ~ Inverness
Attractive and spacious first floor flat is situated in a popular residential area within walking distance of the centre of the city, hospital and Police Headquarters. Acc: Hall, Lounge/Diner, Kitchen, Two Bedrooms, Bathroom. Good Storage Space. DG. GCH. EPC B. Communal Grounds. Parking.


  £120,000 

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4 Caberfeidh Terrace ~ ~ Dingwall
This mid terraced house forms part of a row of traditional stone built houses which are conveniently situated close to the town centre within easy walking distance of the High Street, leisure centre with swimming pool, schools and bus stops. The town offers a wide variety of facilities including, national supermarkets, a variety of shops, hotels, pubs and banks. There are regular bus and train services to Inverness and Easter Ross, all a short walk from the house. Acc: Vestibule, Inner Hall, Lounge, Dining Room, Kitchen, Rear Porch, Two Double Bedrooms, Box Room. Family Bathroom. DG. OFCH. Garden to Front & Back. Convenient Central Location. EPC D. Council Tax Band C.


  £120,000 

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4 Swordale Road ~ ~ Bonar Bridge
4 Swordale Road is situated in the centre of Bonar Bridge. The village has a small selection of shops including a Post Office, butcher, hairdresser, grocer, pharmacist and baker, there is also a doctors surgery, church, library , coffee shop and a hotel. The village has a primary school, with the older children attending either Tain or Dornoch Academy for which transport is provided. There are regular bus services which run from the village to Alness, Tain and Inverness where there are connecting bus and train services. A wider range of facilities are available in Tain which is 15 miles distant, Alness 18 miles, and Inverness, which is 37 miles away has a full complement of services befitting of any large city, including an airport. Acc: Semi-Detached Bungalow, Porch, Kitchen, Lounge/Diner, Inner Hall, Two Bedrooms, Family Bathroom, Back Lobby, Large Attic Space, Decked Balcony. Oil Fired & Solid Fuel Heating. DG. Large Immaculate Garden. Beautiful Views Over The Bonar Bridge. EPC Rating F. Council Tax Band B.


  - Closing Date 14/06/2019 £105,000 

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11 Macrae Crescent ~ ~ Dingwall
**OFFER IN PENDING MISSIVES** This end terrace house is situated in Macrae Crescent, which is a popular residential area of similar style houses in a quiet location in Dingwall and a short walk from the town centre and amenities. The area is close to both primary and secondary schools, the leisure centre, the swimming pool and library. Local amenities include a variety of shops, national supermarkets, Post Office, Banks, restaurants and hotels. Inverness is 13 miles away and Alness is ten miles distant and there are regular bus and train services to both north and south. This is a well presented home which is in good condition. There are large gardens to both front and back. The property benefits from double glazing and gas central heating and some wonderful views. This house will provide an ideal family home, a first time purchase or buy to let opportunity.


 Offer Received £98,000 

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Building Plot ~ West Porin ~ Strathconon
Building plot extending to almost 0.5 acres with detailed Planning Permission for a detached 1 and a half storey four bedroomed house situated in the beautiful surroundings of Strathconon.


  £96,000 

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11 Fraser Road ~ ~ Invergordon
11 Fraser Road is a short distance from Invergordon Town centre. The town has a variety of facilities including shops, national supermarkets, primary and secondary schooling, medical and leisure centre with a swimming pool, there is also a golf club, cafes, restaurants and bars. There are excellent rail and bus links within walking distance of the property to the north and south. Inverness is 22 miles away and has a full complement of amenities that you would expect from a city of its size. This semi-detached house was built by local authority around 1974 and has an easily maintained garden to the front and back of the property. The house is in walk-in condition with the rooms being spacious and bright and benefits from gas central heating. This property would make an ideal starter/family home or a buy to let. All furniture is included in the sale price. Acc: Semi-Detached House. Vestibule, Hall, Lounge, Kitchen/Diner, Ground Floor W.C. Three Bedrooms. Ample Storage. Shower Room. Double Glazing. Gas Central Heating. Easily Maintained Garden. EPC Rating C. Council Tax Band B.


  £95,000 

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Croft 1 ~ Opinan ~ Laide
**OFFER IN PENDING MISSIVES** This attractive property is set within the Wester Ross National Scenic Area with outstanding views out to the North Minch and Summer Isles to the north and the An Teallach Mountains to the east. Local amenities include, petrol station, shop, post office, beach and bus route are all nearby, within 4 miles of the property. The land would make an ideal small holding or base for a small business. The existing long house and outbuilding offer scope for renovation. House Site : Planning permission in principle was granted on 17/08/17 for a one storey bungalow and garage near to the property entrance. Ref 17/02923/PIP.


  £80,000 

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Croft 19 Melvaig ~ ~ Gairloch
Owner occupied croft which is 9˝ miles distant from Gairloch and extends to approx. 1.5 acres in an elevated position on the coastline at Melvaig offering beautiful panoramic views across the Minch to the Isle of Skye, the Outer Hebrides and the Melvaig coastline. Melvaig is a rural coastal area of scattered houses and crofts. The croft which is infilled with pink on the plan with house site indicated by a dotted line, is fenced off and has outline planning permission for a single storey house details of which can be found on the Highland Council website (planning application number 17/04243/PIP). There is a water connection on the site and other services are nearby. There is a possibility of building grants being available from the Crofting Agricultural Grants (Scotland) Scheme, look up www.ruralpayments.org and more general information regarding crofting regulations can be found at www.crofting.scotland.gov.uk or www.crofting.org


  £80,000 

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Building Plot, 27 Melvaig ~ ~ Gairloch
Building Plot extending to 0.72 acres in a beautiful rural area with planning in principle for the erection of a dwelling house. The land has been de-crofted and from its elevated position enjoys wonderful views across croft land over the Minch to the Isle of Skye and the Outer Hebrides.


  £65,000 

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32 Inver Park ~ ~ Lochinver
Inver Park is a quiet cul-de-sac near the shores of Loch Inver with partial views of the surrounding countryside. Originally built by the local authority around 1970 the house is harled brick cavity construction under a tiled roof with a later installation of a conservatory. The house benefits from electric storage heating, and double glazing. This property would now benefit from some modernisation and on completion would provide an ideal first time purchase or downsize home. Lochinver is situated amid some of the most stunning scenery on the west coast and is ideally placed for exploring the Western Highlands and all of the outdoor activities on the doorstep. The village has a Primary School, Leisure Centre, a bank and post office, shops, restaurants, convenience stores, filling station, adult teaching programmes, doctors surgery and The Highland Pottery. Ullapool, which is approx. 36 miles south has National Supermarkets, shops, some outstanding restaurants, petrol, banks, theatre, leisure centre, vibrant arts festivals, library and a ferry to the Isle of Lewis. Lochinver is 80 miles from Dingwall and around 95 miles from Inverness. Acc: End Terraced Bungalow, Hall, Lounge, Kitchen/Diner, One Bedroom With Shower, Bathroom, Store Room, Inner Hall, Conservatory. DG. Electric Storage Heating. Shed EPC Band G. Council Tax Band A.


  £65,000 

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2 Railway Cottages ~ ~ Achnasheen
This semi-detached cottage in Achnasheen is in need of some renovation work and redecoration, on completion it would provide a charming home in an idyllic location surrounded by some of Scotland’s most beautiful scenery. The house is also suited as a holiday home or would be ideal as a small holiday letting business. Accommodation: Entrance Hall, Lounge, Kitchen, Ground Floor Double Bedroom, Ground Floor W.C. First Floor Double Bedroom, First Floor Bathroom. Small Box Room. Garden To Front & Back. Destination on the Popular North Coast 500 Route. Holiday Letting Opportunity. Beautiful Rural Location With Lovely Views. Good Road & Rail Links. Oil Central Heating. Double Glazing. EPC F. Council Tax Band C.


  £65,000 

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21 Aultgrishan ~ ~ Gairloch
**OFFER IN PENDING MISSIVES** Owner occupier croft which is situated in a tranquil and scenic location nine miles west of the village of Gairloch. The site extends to approx. 3.75 acres of which 0.38 acre has been de-crofted. There is full planning permission for a two storey dwelling with three bedrooms. Services: There are no services to the site but there are services nearby. Percolation tests have been carried out for the suitability of a septic tank. You are welcome to visit the sit, any enquiries should be directed to Middleton Ross & Arnot on 01349 862214. Full planning documentation can be found on the Highland Council website using Ref No: 13/03725/FUL.


  £60,000 

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Skiach Bungalow ~ Off Balconie Road ~ Evanton
**PRICE REDUCED** The one bedroomed bungalow on this site is unfit for occupation and is in a hazardous condition. This is being sold as a site for development. The plot which extends to approximately ½ acre is situated at the end of a shared private track which runs along the bank of the River Sgitheach in the village of Evanton. This popular village offers a variety of facilities which include a shop, Post Office, a hotel with a pub and restaurant, hairdresser, café and churches. Primary schooling is available in the village with older children attending Dingwall Academy for which transport is provided. There are many pleasant walks in the surrounding area and it is within commuting distance of both Inverness and Dingwall. Regular bus services are available from the village centre to Inverness, Dingwall and Alness with connecting rail links from both Dingwall and Alness to the north and south. A wider variety of facilities are available in Dingwall, nearby Alness and Inverness.


  £50,000 

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94 Torroble ~ ~ Lairg
This building plot is situated in an elevated, tranquil and scenic location, three miles south of the village of Lairg in Sutherland. The site extends to 0.387 acre and has been de-crofted. There is full planning permission for a single storey dwelling house with three bedrooms and integrated garage. Services: There are no services to the site but there are services nearby. Percolation tests have been carried out for the suitability of a septic tank. You are welcome to visit the site, any enquiries should be directed to Middleton Ross & Arnot on 01349 862214 Email: property@middletonross.co.uk Full planning documentation can be found on the Highland Council website using Ref No. 15/02372/FUL


  £50,000 

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154 & 159 Spinningdale ~ ~ Ardgay
**OFFER IN PENDING MISSIVES** The purchaser will be benefit from the right to the crofting tenancy which gives a new tenant a right under statute to acquire the croft land for 15 times an updated rent from the landlord and become an owner occupier. Any prospective tenant must reside within 20 miles of the croft and will have to be a person acceptable to the Crofting Commission as having some experience in agriculture and with definite plans to work the land. There is a derelict property on the eastern side of the larger plot with services on-site. Spinningdale is a beautiful hamlet in a rural area of scattered houses and croft land which is five miles from the village of Bonar Bridge where there is a small selection of shops including a Post Office, butcher, hairdresser, baker, grocer and pharmacist, there is also a doctors surgery, library, church, hotel and coffee shop. The village has a primary school, with the older children attending either Tain or Dornoch Academy for which transport is provided. For a wider selection of shops Tain is 11 miles distant and Dornoch which is eight miles away has some shops, a world class golf club and a beautiful beach.


  £40,000 

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23 Melvaig Croft & Building Plot ~ ~ Gairloch
De-crofted building plot extending to one third of an acre and crofting tenancy which extends to approx. 6 acres situated in a beautiful rural area with planning in principle for the erection of a dwelling house (lapsed). The plot and land enjoy wonderful views across the Minch to the Isle of Skye and the Outer Hebrides. Melvaig is a beautiful rural coastal area of scattered houses and croft land which is 9˝ miles from the village of Gairloch which has a number of local amenities including a Post Office, bank, a variety of shops, doctors’ surgery, filling station, restaurants, leisure centre and library. There is a daily bus service to Inverness. Both Primary and secondary schooling are available in the village along with a nursery.


  £40,000 

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Building Plot, Laid ~ ~ Loch Eriboll
Building plot which extends to almost half an acre in the stunning remote township of Laid which is on the shores of Loch Eriboll in Sutherland, an area of beautful unspoilt wilderness. There are breathtaking views of the loch, the island of Eilean Choraidh and Ben Hope beyond the loch.


  £40,000 

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Croft Tenancy 28 Melvaig ~ ~ Gairloch
Croft tenancy which extends to six and a half acres on the coastline at Melvaig which is nine and a half miles from Gairloch. The land is suitable for rough grazing. A croft tenancy is a small agricultural unit which is located in one of the crofting counties or other specially designated areas usually consisting of a small area of land plus grazing rights in an area of common grazings shared with a number of other crofts in the local area. More information regarding crofting regulations can be found at www.crofting.scotland.gov.uk or www.crofting.org


  £35,000 

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Land For Retail Development ~ ~ Alness
4.20 Hectares of land zoned for retail development Prime location with easy access from A9 trunk road Adjacent to two large retail units Opportunity to develop mixed retail and hospitality based units. Offers Are Invited From Developers.


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Office Suite ~ ~ Dingwall
Central ground floor office suite available to rent. Preferred initial term will be 3 years. The tenant will only be responsible for internal repairs. Acc: Entrance Hall, Ladies & Gents WC, Kitchen fitted with sink & wall units, space for fridge. The rent is per annum plus Local Authority rates. On the schedule the large room 6.12m x 4.81m is now currently let. EPC Rating G. **Rent: Negotiable depending on floor space required. Landlord Registration Number: 17168/270/31500


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