A rare opportunity to purchase this owner-occupied croft land extending to approximately 43 acres, which is highlighted pink on the plan below. Situated on the A99 on the outskirts of Lybster, the picturesque area enjoys stunning panoramic views of open countryside and uninterrupted sea views over the busy Moray Firth and beyond. Neighbouring the Clythness Lighthouse built in 1916 as a mid way point between Tarbat Ness and Noss Head lighthouses looking over Skerry Mor cliffs. An agricultural store has been erected and measures 30 x 45ft with hardstanding surrounding. Huge potential for someone looking for a rural location and crofting pursuits.
Lybster is an unspoilt village which has all the amenities required for everyday living. This attractive coastal village is situated approximately 15 miles south of Wick along the main trunk road. Lybster harbour was once a booming sea port and today it still plays host to a small fleet of small fishing boats, making it one of the most pleasant harbours of its kind. Recent improvements to the harbour include a Heritage Centre with closed circuit television for bird watching, seasonal opening of cafeteria, wash rooms and laundry facilities for visiting yachts etc. The usual village shops and services are available, as well as a primary school, 9 hole golf course and a bowling green.
Service – Mains water run to all fields. Electricity and telephone connections nearby.
Land – Land extending to approx. 43 acres. Plans available on request.
Shed – 30 x 45ft. Approx. 125m2 POSTCODE
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Offers over £120,000 to be lodged with the selling agents, Georgesons.
By appointment via Georgesons, Wick (01955) 602222 or Thurso (01847) 892225.