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Pools Of Cruachan Plot and Land

Garvalt, Rogart, Sutherland, IV28 3YD

Offers Over £95,000


  • A decrofted house site with full planning permission.

  • A level site with services nearby.

  • Registered croft land.

Pools of Cruachan is in a spectacular rural setting with south-facing views over a dramatic landscape of hills and moorland. The property is close to Pittentrail, a small Highland village set in the historic crofting community of Rogart in Sutherland. …

Pools of Cruachan is in a spectacular rural setting with south-facing views over a dramatic landscape of hills and moorland. The property is close to Pittentrail, a small Highland village set in the historic crofting community of Rogart in Sutherland.
The village has The Pittentrail Inn, the local Spar shop with post office, petrol station, primary school, garage and village hall, focus for many community activities, as well as a railway station which is a request stop on the Far North line. Secondary schooling is available in Golspie and Dornoch, both offering a further range of shops and facilities. Inverness has all the amenities of a modern city as well as its airport with regular flights to the south and flights to Europe.
The surrounding area offers an excellent range of opportunities for the outdoor enthusiast including walking, hill climbing, golf, and sailing, while the peaceful countryside is home to a variety of wildlife. In addition, the success of the NC500 route has brought an increased demand for goods and services.

The decrofted building plot and croft lie to the east of Pools of Cruachan.
The plot extends to approximately 0.2 acres and has planning permission for one house, granted on 3rd July 2020 Ref No: 20/01646/FUL https://wam.highland.gov.uk/wam/simpleSearchResults.do?action=firstPage. There is a servitude right of access to the plot over an existing track as well as its own separate entrance and both electricity and a mains water supply are close by.
The croft (Registration number S1809) extends to 12.6 acres and comprises well-managed, deer fenced grazing land with ponds and a burn.