Bruiach Farm Steading
The subjects are located to the south west of the village of Kiltarlity, Invernessshire, enjoying views across the across the picturesque countryside yet being conveniently located approximately 12 miles west of Inverness and 4.5 miles south of Beauly. There are local services in Kiltarlity including a village shop and post office. Beauly provides a wider range of services including a Co-Op supermarket, independent retailers, cafes, restaurants and medical services. Beauly also provides primary schooling. Inverness provides all the services expected of a major centre including national retailers, professional services, Eden Court Theatre, a mainline railway station and airport with daily national and international flights.
This part of Inverness-shire provides a range of outdoor pursuits, including mountain biking, hill walking, fishing, and shooting. There are a number forest rails and challenging Munros in the area. The Great Glen Way and Loch Ness lie a short distance to the south east with the latter offering a range of water sports.
The subjects comprise a generally flat site with open views over the surrounding countryside. The site extends to approximately 2.18 acres with the northern part of the site made up of a cleared area mainly laid to hard standing. The southern part of the site comprises a former traditional steading made up of 3 separate buildings. The site is accessed via public road immediately to the west and is bounded to the east by the Bruiach Burn.
The site benefits from detailed planning consent for the erection of 5 dwellings and conversion of the steading to form 4 dwellings, granted by Highland council 20th January 2017. Ref: 12/00603/MSC.
Copies of the planning consent, associated plans and reports are available in the technical information pack.
Mains connections of water and electricity are available to the edge of the site. Drainage is by means of a private system.