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Land At Olgrinmore

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  • 0.16 ACRE

Yvonne Fitzgerald is delighted to bring to the market this superb site which has planning permission in place for a static caravan or trailer. The planning application number is  (20/0196/PIP) and it is accessed off of the main Scotscalder road.  Located at Scotscalder, this level plot is 250m east of Olrigmore and suitable for many purposes.  With trees to the rear, the site which extends to 0.16 of an acre is located in an area of natural beauty and would make an excellent holiday let or holiday home as it is located in a secluded peaceful location. Services are near to the property and within the area there are birds of prey, roe deer and other wildlife. There are also views over the River Thurso from the site and far reaching outstanding scenic views over the rugged Scottish countryside making this an idyllic holiday location.  

The surrounding countryside is perfect for hill walking, mountain biking and watching the Northern Lights. There is a railway station at Scotscalder which offers services to Inverness, and connections throughout the rest of the UK. The land is also approximately 5 miles from the village of Halkirk where there is a  local convenience store, post office, hotels, a garage, doctors surgery and a local primary school. The local town of Thurso is approximately 20 miles away.  Thurso itself has many facilities including dentists, shops, hotels, restaurants and supermarkets. The local High School for the catchment area is within the town as well as the University of the Highlands & Islands which offers further education, and there is also Dunbar Hospital in Thurso, and Caithness General Hospital Wick.  Inverness the capital of the Highlands, is approximately 2 hours' drive away and offers many amenities and entertainment facilities.   

(Images supplied by owner and the site plan is in the floorplan section)

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