Dunvegan House Plot

Dunvegan, Isle Of Skye, IV55 8WF

Offers Over £90,000

0.23 acres

  • A generous building plot on the shores of Loch Dunvegan.
  • Detailed planning consent for two semi-detached cottages.
  • Spectacular views across the loch to MacLeod’s Tables. Pedestrian access from the site to the loch.
  • Stone ruin with conversion potential subject to consents
  • About 0.09 hectares (0.23 acres) in all.

Dunvegan House Plot is on the edge of Dunvegan village on the Duirinish peninsula on the northwest coast of the Isle of Skye. The plot is in a stunning setting, on the shores of Loch Dunvegan and with spectacular, uninterrupted views across the water to MacLeod’s Tables. Dunvegan is popular for its beautiful location and association with nearby Dunvegan Castle, the ancestral seat of the Clan MacLeod. The village has good shops and local facilities, while the area has excellent restaurants and hotels including the award winning Three Chimneys. Portree, the main town on the island, has a secondary school and a wider range of shops and amenities.The Isle of Skye is the best known of the Inner Hebridean islands off the west coast of Scotland. Famous for its romantic, historical associations and magnificent landscape dominated by the Cuillin mountains, the island is very popular attracting many tourists throughout the year, as well as those who seek to enjoy a peaceful lifestyle in unspoilt surroundings.There are many outdoor leisure pursuits available locally including hill walking, climbing, canoeing, sailing, mountain biking, and fishing, while unspoilt countryside provides a habitat for native wildlife with regular sightings of red deer, seals, otters and birds of prey.Full planning consent was granted on 8th March 2022 for two, three bedroom semi-detached cottages, although the option exists to apply for an amendment to the consent for one dwelling. The site, which extends to approximately 0.23 acres, is gently sloping and the elevation gives excellent views across the loch. Access is directly from the public road and mains services are close to the site. On the northern boundary of the site are the remains of a stone building offering the potential for a garden studio or summer house, subject to the necessary consents. There is pedestrian access from the garden to the loch side.