Wester Speybank, Kincraig, PH21 1ND

Fixed price £140,000

The Cairngorms National Park, known as the outdoor capital of the North, is in one of the most accessible parts of the Highlands having excellent links to both North and South via the A9 trunk road and the main line railway.  The airport in Inverness is approximately 50 miles away, giving access to all the main cities and further afield.  The surrounding countryside is a haven for wildlife, with red deer, badgers and squirrels amongst some of the abundant inhabitants.  There is a wealth of excellent rural sporting facilities, such as stalking and grouse shooting, along with trout and salmon fishing.  There are also many outdoor pursuits available within the National Park, such as hill walking, climbing, mountain biking, wind surfing, ski-ing and snowboarding.  There are also a number of renowned golf courses in the area – including the championship Spey Valley course in Aviemore – all within stunning countryside settings.

Kincraig is a quiet Highland village, located just off the A9 Inverness to Perth trunk route approximately 6 miles from the busy tourist resort of Aviemore.  It is located adjacent to the Insh Marshes National Nature Reserve – one of the most important wetlands in Europe – and the Loch Insh Watersports Centre, a popular holiday and sporting destination. The village itself has a post office and general store, popular village pub and community hall.

Speybank is a small crofting hamlet on the edge of Kincraig.  Accessed by a tarred single track road and over a railway bridge, the properties are scattered along the side of the River Spey and enjoy views over the Cairngorm Mountains.  This 0.49 Acre building plot offers a rare opportunity to acquire building land, located in a desirable woodland location with views to the Cairngorm Mountains.  Mains water and electricity are nearby and drainage will be to a septic tank.  The purchaser is required to formalise the existing layby approximately 120m from the junction with the B9152 road.

Planning Permission for a 1.5 storey, timber clad house was obtained in November 2017 and is valid for 3 years.  Further details can be found on the Highland Council website, www.highland.gov.uk, using 17/01173/FUL as the reference and prospective purchasers should familiarise themselves with these.

Features

  • Solo Purchase
  • Scope for up to 1 House(s)
  • Plot Has Planning Permission: Yes

Contact Agent

  • Reynolds Architecture
  • Ashley Ann Kitchens