Building Plot Belivat, Ardclach, Nairn, IV12 5JE
£88,000 OIRO - For Sale
- Peaceful secluded location
- Design your dream home
- 1.01 Acres
- Ideal location for fans of outdoor activities
Property SummaryA large building plot with planning in principle to erect a dwelling of the purchasers design, set in a peaceful semi-rural location.
Located in a tranquil semi-rural location whilst having the benefit of other established properties scattered nearby. The plot extends to 4120 square metres or 1.01 acres, providing a very generous site at a realistic price.
Planning in Principle has been granted by The Highland Council under reference 18/02175/PIP thereby affording the buyer the opportunity to design and build the home of their dreams subject to full Highland Council approval. Water and Electricity are adjacent to the site and drainage will be by septic tank. All services are the responsibility of the purchaser.
Belivat is located just off the A939 and is ideally placed for the outdoor enthusiast with so much countryside to explore on the doorstep including Loch Belivat, Ardclach Bell Tower built in the 1600s as a watchtower/prison and Achagour Trout Fishery located just minutes away.
Belivat is also well-placed for quick access to the Cairngorm National Park which is a mecca for an array of outdoor activities including the Cairngorm mountains for winter skiing. The seaside town of Nairn is 8 miles along the A939 and offers all amenities expected of a growing and thriving town along with miles of golden sandy beaches and championship golf courses. Inverness Airport is also a short drive away and provides air links within the UK and Europe and is continually adding flight lines, thereby regularly improving accessibility to and from the Highlands
From the East side of Nairn, take the Grantown On Spey A939 road and continue on this road for approx. 8 miles. You will pass, Househill Café, Green’s Garden Centre, the village of Littlemill and then arrive at the small hamlet of Belivat. Take a right turn at the signposts for Ardclach and Dulsie Bridge and the plot lies just along the road on your left.