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Sandspoint is located in the picturesque village of Findhorn on the Moray Coast. The county of Moray is famous for its mild climate, has a beautiful and varied countryside with a coastline of rich agricultural land, prosperous fishing villages and ...
Sandspoint is located in the picturesque village of Findhorn on the Moray Coast. The county of Moray is famous for its mild climate, has a beautiful and varied countryside with a coastline of rich agricultural land, prosperous fishing villages and wide, open beaches, none more spectacular than the 8 mile long sandy beach between Findhorn and Burghead to the east. The upland areas to the south of the County are sparsely populated and provide dramatic scenery, some of which forms part of the Cairngorm National Park. This unspoilt landscape provides a wide range of leisure and sporting opportunities including fishing on the world famous Findhorn and Spey rivers, skiing at The Lecht and Cairngorm range, sailing and walking. Nearby is the coastal town of Nairn (about 15 miles) with its two championship links golf courses, while the Castle Stuart Golf Links is only 27 miles away. The Culbin Forest, a short drive away (or short boat journey across the bay) with its marked walks and cycle trails, offers excellent opportunities for a wide range of outdoor pursuits.
Findhorn with its sheltered bay providing excellent sailing and water sports is one of Scotlands most desirable coastal villages. The village is home to the Royal Findhorn Yacht Club and has good basic amenities with a local shop / Post Office, cafes and highly regarded Inns. The world famous Findhorn Community, an eco village and popular retreat is located on the outskirts of the village. There is currently a regular bus service to Forres (about 5 miles) which provides a comprehensive range of shops and amenities whilst the surrounding area offers some excellent hotels, restaurants and historic local attractions including the Forres Golf Club designed by James Bryce. Schooling up to secondary level, including a Steiner School is available in Forres and also at Gordonstoun Independent School, about 12 miles away. Primary schooling is in Kinloss about 3 miles away. Inverness (about 32 miles) has all the facilities of a modern city including its airport (about 24 miles) which offers regular flights to the south and summer flights to many European destinations.
Lot 2 - To the north of the house, between the garden and a tarmac track (North Shore Road) is an area of amenity ground populated by dune grasses, broom and whinns. Extending to about 0.37 of an acre, the area is a haven for wildlife and subject to obtaining all necessary consents, has scope for development.