Assich is located on the south side of the Nairn valley, near the village of Cawdor. The site is in a quiet rural setting comprising a mix of farmland and forestry. It is within easy reach of Inverness and Nairn, both of which have good rail links to the rest of the country. Inverness airport is only 5 miles distant.
The development site extends to 0.255ha (0.63 acres) and is currently lightly covered with an open mix of broadleaved trees. A former mill lade crosses the site and could be developed to form an interesting water feature. The site has an attractive open aspect with extensive views over the Moray Firth to the Black Isle and Sutherland. Planning permission in principle for one dwelling house was granted by Highland Council on 23 May 2011 (reference 10/04326/PIP). A copy is available from the Selling Agents on request. The building outline shown on the plan below is for indicative purposes only.
The plot can be accessed directly from the public road. Mains electricity is located immediately adjacent to the site. Prospective purchasers are advised to make their own enquiries with electricity suppliers. The seller will provide a connection from the public water main to the site. A servitude right for drainage will be granted by the seller over adjacent land if required.
Prospective purchasers should note their interest to the Selling Agents in order that they may be notified of a closing date.