Plot Adjacent To Tomfat Wood

By Inverness, Inverness, Highland, IV2 6XG

Offers Over £175,000

8.77 acres

  • Building plot located in an area of mature woodland.
  • Full planning permission for a single dwelling.
  • Plot extending to approximately 0.25 hectares.
  • Being sold as unserviced.
  • Within close proximity of the City of Inverness.
  • About 3.55 hectares (8.77 acres) in all

This building plot is located in an area of mature woodland that lies close to Tomfat Wood off the B861 to the south of Inverness. The plot is in a unique setting with a sense of remoteness and total seclusion and yet is just minutes from the city centre. Inverness has all the facilities of a modern city including its main line railway station, airport with regular flights to the south and Europe, and excellent digital communications. The mix of old and new has allowed the city to retain much of its historic dignity and strong Highland culture which blend well with modern theatre and the arts. Immediately outwith the city lies the beautiful and unspoilt Highland countryside with its rivers and lochs, varied coastline and dramatic hills and mountains, along with a number of quality golf courses, all providing many opportunities for rural sport and recreation.This sale presents to opportunity to acquire an area of mature coniferous woodland extending to approximately 3.55 hectares (8.77 acres) that incorporates a building plot. The building plot extends to approximately 0.25 hectares (0.6 acres) and has full planning permission granted in 2013 for the erection of a four bedroomed detached dwelling and the siting of a residential caravan during the build process. The planning permission lies in perpetuity as the site has been cleared and excavated and a notification of initiation of development submitted to the Highland Council Planning Department in 2016. The plot is unserviced and the responsibility to service the plot will be left to the purchaser. Further details regarding the planning permission can be found on the eplanning pages of the Highland Council website using the planning reference 13/01321/FUL