Burnview is situated on the outskirts of the north coast village of Scarfskerry and offers a rare opportunity to purchase a substantial building plot at a competitive price.
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Planning in Principle (outline planning permission) has been granted for the erection of a dwellinghouse on the plot. The plot is approximately 1¼ acre in area. Mains water and power supplies are nearby and a private drainage system will need to be installed. The plot is accessed directly off a public road.
Scarfskerry is a popular north coast village which lies just off the A836 road between Castletown and John O'Groats. This idyllic location offers a gentle and peaceful way of life, boasts an attractive harbour and offers coastal walks along virtually the entire length of the shoreline. To the western end there is a quiet beach. The Castle of Mey, the late Queen Mother's Caithness home, is nearby.
Buses to Thurso and Dounreay pass through the village and there is an hotel and small shop in the adjacent village of Mey (2 mile).
Thurso (13 miles) and Wick (23 miles) provide shopping, professional, medical and educational facilities. There are regular bus and rail services south to Inverness and beyond. And, Wick airport offers scheduled flights to Aberdeen and Edinburgh from where links to other UK and international destinations are available. Inverness is a 2½ hour drive (approx) by car. Wick has undergone a major retail expansion with the arrival of Tesco, Homebase, Argos and other national chain stores.
For further information or to progress a plot purchase please contact Peter Body by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone on 01847 851638 (24 hour answerphone) or 07850 753386.
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