- A House Site and 11 Acres of land
- 11 acres of croftland
- Full planning permission granted for a 4 Bedroom house
- 360 degree panoramic Views
- Lifestyle change
Property SummaryAn exciting opportunity to acquire 11 acres and build your own home in the Highlands of Scotland. A decrofted site with Full Planning permission for a 4 bedroom detached property (planning ref 19/00562/FUL) has been agreed. PLUS 11 acres of croftland
An Eco house design placement lying in the heart of the small hamlet of Altass. The house is designed to be Eco friendly and with longevity and adaptability in mind for future needs, this means a long lasting low carbon foot print and lower bills that will also be able to keep up with the vastly changing technology on the market.
The site is at the top of Topachy and has 360 degree views over typical highland landscape. More details can be found on the highland council website ref 19/00562/FUL Altass is a very sought after area in the heart of Sutherland and is well known for its stunning scenery, nature, walks, wildlife and outdoor pursuits such as salmon fishing, walking, cycling and kayaking down the rivers and lochs.
If you are looking for a change of pace of life, then this area is friendly and has a good community feel to it.
Lairg is 9 miles north and has a medical centre, train station, shops, restaurants. Bonar Bridge is also 9 miles east and has a Hub with kids play zone and Gym, a post office, butchers, chemist and a community centre. Another train station is at Ardgay. The local primary school and community centre is 2 miles along the road west to Rosehall which also has a hotel and pub.
Altass near Lairg, is 48 miles from Inverness and 54 miles from the International Airport at Inverness.
House site with full Planning permission for a 4 bedroom house plus 11 acres of croftland. Planning permission has been granted for a 4 bedroom property to be built at Altass. This is an ideal opportunity to build your own Eco house and have 11 acres of croftland
SITE 11 ACRES of croftland
The Croftland is freehold and still under the crofting commission therefore making it suitable for crofting grants that may be available