Building Plot at Clovullin

Ardgour, Fort William, Highland, PH33 7AB

Guide Price £240,000

2.2 acres

  • Fort William (includes ferry) 11 miles
  • Inverness (includes ferry) 77 miles.
  • A loch-side bare land croft with level building plot.
  • Full detailed planning permission granted for the development of one executive style property.
  • Mains water on site and electricity by site boundary.
  • Stunning, panoramic views over Loch Linnhe and the
  • mountainscape beyond.
  • About 0.89 hectares (2.2 acres) in all

SITUATIONClovullin is a small village on the Ardgour peninsula in a picturesque, semi-rural location which can be accessed via the Corran Ferry, a regular five minute crossing of the Corran Narrows, which runs 7 days a week linking the communities of Fort William and Ardgour. The area is renowned for its natural beauty and the local amenities include a nursery school and primary school located in Clovullin with a secondary school at nearby Strontian as well as a general store. A public house and a hotel are both within easy walking distance and the area has excellent broadband speeds of approx. 37Mbps download for mobile coverage, an indication of specific speeds and supply or coverage potential can be found at There is a possibility of having a private mooring on the loch and there are a number of community moorings in Ardgour. Fort William, the nearest town is a major tourist centre, being the start/end of both the West Highland Way and the Great Glen Way, having Glen Coe to the south, Ben Nevis and Aonach Mòr to the east, and Glenfinnan to the west. The Nevis Range caters for those with interest in snow sports, climbing, hillwalking and mountain biking with the town providing a variety of shops, hotels and restaurants, a tourist information centre, museum, a library and having both a bus station and railway station. DESCRIPTION This bare land croft extends to approximately 2.2 acres in all and is located at Clovullin on the north bank of Loch Linnhe. Full planning permission was granted in February 2023 for the construction of a visually stunning, five bedroom executive style home, on a plot within the croft, thoughtfully designed to take in the beautiful outlook over the loch as well as flood the interior with natural light. Mains water has been fed to the site and electricity runs along the northern boundary. Details of the planning consent can be found on the eplanning pages of the Highland Council Website using the planning reference 23/00102/FUL. A de-crofting application for the building plot on the croft has been submitted to the crofting commission by the seller. CROFTING This land is in crofting tenure and crofters duties apply. Those duties include, but not limited to, that any purchaser would need to be resident on, or live within 32 kilometres of the croft. More information on crofting is available from the Crofting Commission https:/ INFORMATIONThere is a sporting lease over the property which runs for 30 years from 15 March 2011.