Plot 9, West Whins, The Park, Findhorn IV36 3SH
£125,000 Fixed Price - Under Offer
- Large plot in popular eco-village
- Walking distance to miles of white beaches
- Close proximity to cafes, shops and theatre
- One of the last remaining detached plots
Property Summary**Please note that this property is under private ownership and not the same as the North Whins Plots for sale. Please only contact the estate agent for information on this plot.**
Time to get away from it all and rediscover a different type of life?
Here you have the opportunity to design and build your own dream eco-house. Situated between two established homes and overlooking an expansive community garden, this fully serviced plot, with a lovely Scots Pine behind, is offered for sale with Park planning in place.
Although the designs that were created for the existing owner are attached to this listing, these are merely to provide an indication of the potential. The plot is near the edge of the dunes and affords access to wonderful walking tracks and beautiful wild habitats, all within a short walk of the many activities and amenities that the Park has to offer. The delightful traditional coastal village of Findhorn is within a few minutes’ walk as are the miles of white sand beach that run from Findhorn to Burghead. A home here offers the opportunity of a lifestyle quite unlike any that you may have thought possible in the UK; to live within a community of people living with shared values.
Eco-villages offer an exciting opportunity to rethink our sense of belonging to place and to community. The Park, Findhorn, began as a pioneering experiment and has since grown to become one of the most recognised eco-villages in the UK. The Park community strives to be ecologically, economically, culturally and spiritually sustainable. It has 90 ecological buildings, three wind generators and a biological sewage treatment plant, The Living Machine.
The Park is conveniently located only 30 miles from Inverness International Airport with daily access to many locations, including international gateways such as London and Amsterdam Schipol.
The plot is fully serviced with mains water, electricity and drainage.
Sustainable construction, open spaces and Biodiversity:
This detached home plot provides the opportunity for individuals with a philosophy for working with nature to create unique and innovative designs which respond to the sites unique topography. The purchaser is free to select a builder and design and build their unique home.
Renewable Energy: The Park Ecovillage produces most of the electricity used within the Park, and this is sold on the Park’s local network.
Convenience and Leisure
The appeal of this development lies not only in the opportunity to build, live and work in a community of like-minded people, but the opportunity to live in an area with virtually unparalleled outdoor offerings; sailing in Findhorn Bay, horse riding in Roseisle Forest, walking, running and cycling on the many rural roads around, hiking and climbing in the Cairngorms. There is the opportunity to walk a few minutes from your front door to the wonderful white beaches of Findhorn with 7 miles of sand running between the coastal villages of Findhorn and Burghead.
The Park itself has a wealth of creative opportunities, workshops, exhibitions and social groups. There is also:
- an award winning community-owned shop supplying food, a full service Apothecary, books, crafts, gifts and music. https://www.phoenixshop.co.uk/
- a wonderful cafe, with an emphasis on local and organic offerings – The Phoenix Cafe
- La Boheme – pizza, crepperie and juice bar
Who are the Findhorn Foundation?
The community of the Findhorn Foundation believes that everyday life is guided by the inner voice of spirit, working in co-creation with the intelligence of nature and taking inspired action towards their vision of a better world. They share their learning and way of life in experiential workshops, conferences and events that take place within a thriving community and ecovillage.
The following link provides a 30 mins webcast about life as part of the Findhorn Foundation community