- Residential and commercial development opportunity
- Planning consent for 3 residential properties and a 4,300 sq ft commercial building
- Direct access from North Coast 500 tourist route
The land extends to approximately 5.2 acres (2.10 ha) in total and comprises a former caravan park which now has planning consent in place for 3 residential properties and a 4,300 sq ft commercial building.
The planning consent (in principle) has reference 14/01680/PIP and a copy of which is available from the joint selling agents.
In summary the house plots are located at the northern end of the site which is elevated and enjoys views over the surrounding countryside. The sizes of the individual plots are as follows:
• Plot 1 - 3,107 sq.m (0.76 acres)
• Plot 2 - 2,855 sq.m (0.70 acres)
• Plot 3 - 3,102 sq.m (0.76 acres)
The commercial retail/food building plot is situated at the southern end of the Property,near the main road and the consent provides for a 400 sq.m (4,300 sq ft) unit and 26 car parking spaces.
The Property is situated on the periphery of the village of Kishorn and enjoys direct access from the A896, which forms part of the successful new North Coast 500 tourist route.
This part of the Highlands is one of the most beautiful and remote wilderness areas on the west coast of Scotland. The area is famed for excellent hill and coastal walks and there is boating and fishing (river, loch and sea) nearby. The village of Kishorn has a small shop and seafood restaurant with a further selection of services available in Lochcarron which is 5 miles away. The village of Applecross is 13 miles away and has two restaurants well worth a visit, The Walled Garden and The Applecross Inn. Applecross was made famous through "Monty Halls Great Escape" television programme and renowned for its wonderful marine life and for having the highest continuous road pass in the UK, the Bealach na Ba. Going north there is the village of Shieldaig, with its ancient Caledonian pines and sea loch, and beyond that the beautiful range of the ancient sandstone mountains of Torridon. Inverness is very much the commercial and business centre for the Highlands of Scotland and Inverness Airport is located to the East of the city around 74 miles away. The airport provides a variety of domestic and European flights. Inverness also has excellent public transport links with good bus and rail connections.
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