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Willie Jack's Cottage

Dalmore, Rogart, IV28 3TZ

Offers Over £310,000


  • Would consider part exchange

  • 3 Bedrooms & 2 Reception Rooms

  • Approximately 3 hectares of owner occupied croft land and a share of common grazings

  • Double garage and modern range of loose boxes with covered yard

  • Riverside bothy

  • Garden with terraced beds and poly tunnel.

Willie Jack's Cottage lies in the crofting township of Dalmore in the parish of Rogart in Sutherland and comprises a modern house in a delightful setting with approximately 7.41 acres of good quality owner occupied croft land.

The property ...

Willie Jack's Cottage lies in the crofting township of Dalmore in the parish of Rogart in Sutherland and comprises a modern house in a delightful setting with approximately 7.41 acres of good quality owner occupied croft land.

The property has been managed by the current owners to create an outstanding retreat with an extremely comfortable and well appointed house and land sensitively improved to provide amenity and livestock grazing as well as creating and enhancing natural habitats. Willie Jack's has the trout fishing rights on the decrofted stretch of riverbank on the River Fleet, an attractive wooded spate river which marks the northern boundary of the property. The woodland here has been thinned and replanted with native trees to create a delightful riverside glade with a recently constructed timber bothy which can be used as a fishing hut, garden house or as office space with its covered veranda and fully insulated interior.

The owner occupied croft land extends to approximately 7.41 acres and comprises good quality grass land in fenced blocks and a portion of unfenced rough grazing lying on the southern boundary. The land has been well managed by the current owners and is currently used for grazing horses. There is a delightful river walk through riparian woodland along the southern boundary.

The client would consider part exchange for a property in the Highlands suitable for equine use up to the value of £500,000.