The croft extends to 1.69ha (approx. 4.2acres) of good agricultural land which is registered with the Crofting Commission as a single owner-occupied croft. It is enclosed with a good stock-proof fence, with a stone wall along the western boundary adjoining the A9. A field gate gives access from the A949 road to Dornoch. The land is classified as Grade 3.1 by the James Hutton Institute and is currently under grass. it is flat and well drained, offering good grazing for livestock and the potential for cropping.
The plot is on a prime level site with open views over farmland. The plot is offered for sale with the benefit of Planning Permission in Principle for the erection of a detached one and a half storey house, and formation of private access.
Planning Permission in Principle (Ref: 21/04836/PIP) was granted on 20th January 2022 by the Highland Council. The site extends to 0.18 ha (0.445 acre) giving the purchaser a very good-sized private garden.
From Inverness follow the A9 over the Dornoch Bridge and continue until you reach a sign for Dornoch on the right -hand side. Turn right here and the plot is on the left-hand side.