LOCH LUNDIE, ACHNANDARACH, PLOCKTON, WESTER ROSS, IV52 8TY
Former Reservoir - 15.072 Ha (49.45 Acres)
Loch Lundie is almost two miles south of Plockton and six miles north east of Kyle of Lochalsh and the Isle of Skye. The city of Inverness lies 75 miles to the east. The area of Wester Ross is part of Ross-shire in north east Scotland and is a popular scenic tourism destination.
The property itself lies on the eastern side of a single track public road surrounded by attractive tree covered hills and a public road on its western side.
This attractive Loch was previously used as a reservoir; It had a sixty-metre-long and two-metre-high dam head at its southern end. However, engineering works involving removal of the dam head have since been carried out resulting in the water level being reduced to its original level.
The vast majority of the property is covered by the loch with generally a narrow strip of land around the edge of it. There is wider area of ground on the south-western side of the property adjacent to the public road. This area is essentially a small peninsula into the loch covered in mature trees which extends to 60 x 30m approx.
15.072 HA (49.45 Acres)
Interested parties should contact Highland Councils Planning and Building Standards Department Tel 01349 886 608.
Owner vacant possession. It is understood that the fishing rights run with the property.
At any time.