Land for sale in Scotland. Two plots of land located in the stunning Victorian township of Strathpeffer. Approx. 0.26 acres in size each(to be confirmed by title deed), these plots are ideally situated into the hillsides of the Scottish Highlands, with lush woodlands to the back.
2 Plots - From £80,000
Location - Strathpeffer, Ross and Cromarty, Highland.
Plot size - approx. 0.26 acres
Planning in Principle/Granted - R.HOUSE
We are delighted to offer 2 stunning hillside plots, set in the idyllic Victorian township of Strathpeffer. The plots are set into the hillside with woodlands to the back and beautiful double-aspect views across the township and over the valley towards the Cromarty Firth.
We are offering a complete Turnkey Service, from plot to completed home. Each of our plots are fully serviced and have planning in principle for various R.HOUSE designs. These beautiful plots would comfortably accommodate many of our signature designs but any R.HOUSE of your choice would sit perfectly on each plot, offering fabulous panoramic views down the valley, across the town all the way to the sea.
Strathpeffer is a leafy Victorian spa town surrounded by wooded hills, 5 miles west of Dingwall and only 20 miles from the city of Inverness, making it an excellent spot for rural living while having all the amenities of the city close by.
Situated within striking distance of the bleak Ben Wyvis, the town is a popular base for walkers. There are superb views from the Iron Age hill fort of Knock Farril, of the Cromarty Firth and of the surrounding mountains. Another good walk is through Ord Wood to picturesque Loch Kinellan, where a small island bears the ruin of a fort.
Rogie Falls, Black Muir Wood and Castle Leod are just some of the top attractions near by. Strathpeffer also has it’s own Spa Golf Club which is located through the woodland to the back of the plots on the other side of the hill. So if you are a keen golfer this your perfect location!
During its heyday, Strathpeffer was a renowned European health resort. A recent facelift is redeveloping the grand pavilion as a performing arts centre and has recently restored the Pump Room where visitors drank water from wells to treat all manner of ailments. Visitors can still do this either here or at the small pavilion in the main square.