Plot of Land with Planning Permission
House of Highland offers for sale this prime plot of land, with planning permission in principle for a dwelling house in the peaceful yet accessible coastal hamlet of Canisbay in Caithness.
The land is located on a quiet residential road and the front of the plot overlooks the adjacent fields. Next door to the plot is a detached property occupied by quiet owners to the left and further fields to the right. The land North of Suidhe sits in a rural location with the Pentland Firth in the distance further North, and the waters can be seen from what is set to be the garden of the proposed dwelling house. As planning in principle has been achieved, the prospective owners have full scope to apply for full planning permission to build their dream home.
As Canisbay sits 2.5 miles Southwest of John O Groat’s and just a few miles South of the A836 which is part of the North Coast 500 route, this could be the perfect spot to build a holiday home for family getaways or an additional income stream. There is sufficient land, given the proposed area of garden in the planning permission, to seek further planning for an annex or to use the land for animals or an alternative business opportunity.
Canisbay has a primary school and church, and is a 20 minute drive to the local major supermarket in Wick town, which also delivers for convenience. There are some charming hotspots nearby, including cafes and bakeries and some larger well-known stores in Wick centre. Duncansbay head is 4.5 miles to the Northeast and boasts a historic lighthouse set to the backdrop of dynamic coastal scenery. Dunnet bay Distillery and the Castle of Mey are close-by for sight-seeing. Caithness is rich in wildlife, on land, sea, and air, and the landscape is full of archaeological remnants from times past, perfect for anyone who loves the great outdoors.
It is the responsibility of any offering parties to satisfy themselves with regard to services and grounds testing. For further information please contact the sales department at the House of Highland office in Wick. Any offers should be made in writing in Scottish legal form to firstname.lastname@example.org