Croft Tenancy for Sale with Planning Permission in Principle secured.
For full details please request a copy of the brochure.
The Gillean Township is a newly created crofting township situated on the Sleat Peninsula at the southern end of the Isle of Skye. The Township is in a lovely rural location. The Township consists of three crofts with Planning Permission In Principle for a croft house on each. Each croft site is sold
with crofting tenure in place, giving the successful purchaser the opportunity to continue with the crofting tradition.
Sleat is made up of a number of crofting townships where the crofting tradition and way of life still continues today.
These townships stretch across Sleat from the hills to the sea taking advantage of fertile lower lying ground.
The Sleat Peninsula offers a gentle landscape compared to the rugged mountains that are prominent in the north of Skye, separated by a distance of only 50 miles.
The sites benefit from being close to facilities and amenities, whilst enjoying a rural setting and fine countryside views. The village of Armadale is situated approximately 7 miles away and provides local amenities such as: Primary School, College, Medical Centre, Village Shop, Post Office, Garage &
Petrol Station, and Ferry Terminal to the mainland.
Further amenities are located in Broadford which is
approximately 19 miles to the north. The east coast of Sleat also enjoys The Clan Donald Centre which boasts a restaurant, museum and 40 acres of castle gardens containing magnificent trees and plants from around the world.
In addition to the gardens there are a series of woodland walks at Armadale which pass through areas of pasture leading onto open views of the surrounding landscape.
In addition to the fantastic location the crofts extend to between approximately 6.33 acres (2.565 Ha) and 7.91 acres (3.204 Ha). All enjoy superb views of the surrounding area along with sea views to the west. The land is undulating and made up of predominately rough hill ground along with areas
of in-bye land.
Each site is sold with crofting tenure in place and includes a share to Gillean Common Grazing which extends to approximately 123.55 Acres (50 Ha).
The crofts are unfenced and it will be the purchasers responsibility to enclose their croft with stock fencing around their property; in addition there will be a shared responsibility for fencing Gillean Common Grazing.
A discount rate on the purchase price is available for crofts 1 and 2. It is available to young local individuals/families keen to start a croft who currently reside within 16 km of the Gillean crofts.
Interested parties should contact the selling agent directly for details of the discount rate and an application form.
Planning Permission in Principle has been secured for each croft for the erection of a single dwelling house.
Each croft has one share in Gillean Common Grazing
Mains electricity and water is located close to the site.
Drainage will be to a septic tank.
Offers in Scottish legal form should be submitted to the Selling Agents at their Fort William office. Parties are asked to satisfy themselves that they fully understand the implication of offering under Scottish Law.
Travelling by ferry from mainland Scotland via the Mallaig to Armadale ferry, arriving in Armadale take the A851 north past the iconic Clan Donald Centre. Turn left after 2 miles following the sign for Tarskavaig. This single track road leads to the other side of the Sleat Peninsula. Loch Dhughaill is
on the right-hand side, whilst descending to the sites which approximately one mile to the right. The sites are clearly signposted. Each croft is accessed by a shared private track.
Travelling by road from the mainland via the Skye Bridge continue on the A87 towards Broadford, taking the A851south to Sleat. After 13 miles turn right onto the single track road as detailed above and continue on this road until you see the sites clearly marked on your right-hand side.
The site can be viewed at any time. However, interested parties are requested to discuss any particular aspect of the site which is important to them prior to viewing in order to avoid a wasted journey. Please follow the Outdoor Access Code to ensure that dogs are kept on leads at all times and
gates are closed.
All assignations of crofting tenancies require the approval of the Crofting Commission. Further information on Crofting can be found by contacting the Crofting Commission or visiting www.crofting.scotland.gov.uk
Tel: 01463 663450
A closing date may be fixed and prospective purchasers are advised to register their interest with the selling agents.
Should there be any discrepancy between these particulars, stipulations, special conditions of sale and missives of sale the last shall prevail.
The Highland Council
Tigh Na Sgire, Park Lane
Portree, IV51 8GP
t: 01349 886 608
t: 01397 702 433