Plot 2, Lower Pitcalnie, Nigg
The Property A great opportunity for a self-builder or investor to purchase a 3/4 acre plot close to Nigg Energy Park and just 4 miles off the A9 and popular North Coast 500 route. The plot faces south westerly and enjoys magnificent views over Nigg Bay towards Fyrish Hill and Ben Wyvis in the distance. The area is a perfect playground for a wide range of outdoor and country pursuits including the historic walking trail of The Bishops Walk to Nigg Old Church. The area is a haven for spectacular wildlife due to Nigg Bay being designated as a nature reserve and various birds such as eagles and kites can be seen from the nearby RSBP birdhide. Otters, seals and dolphins can also be spotted around the Cromarty Firth. Located 2 miles from Nigg beach where you can catch the ferry to Cromarty during the summer season. Planning Permission in Principle has been granted for a dwelling house and an arrangement incorporating treatment plant and soakaway. Mains water, electricity and telephone lines are nearby.
Planning: Planning Permission in Principle granted on 25.02.20. Reference No: 19/04879/PIP.
Land: 0.7463 acres approximately Plans are available on request.
Service: Water, electricity and telephone connections are close by.
Located within the popular scattered community of Nigg, close to Nigg Energy Park these plots will appeal to those seeking a comfortable family home within commuting distance of the major employment centre of the area. The Royal Burgh of Tain is approximately 5 miles distant and offers a wide range of services and facilities to include two major banks, a medical practice, Lidl, Co-op, Tesco, Asda, a variety of local shops and hotels, two primary schools and Tain Royal Academy being the secondary school. A number of recreational pursuits can be enjoyed in the area such as various golf courses including Royal Dornoch, Tain, Portmahomack, bowls, fishing, cycling and tennis. The Highland capital, Inverness is 34 miles to the south where all major transport links can be found. There is a railway station that gives access to Inverness, the Highland’s capital city. The area itself is well known for its natural scenic beauty and abundance of wild life.