The property is situated in the quiet rural village of Brough, Scotland's most northerly mainland village. The old property which is de-crofted and is in need of complete renovation but still retains its original charm. Boasting beautiful open countryside views the area is a popular spot for viewing the puffin population that nest nearby. The field extends to approx. 4 acres, with the property opposite in a plot 0.4 of an acre along with grazing rights extending to approximately 1214 acres.
Brough is near to Dunnet Head and the extensive sands of Dunnet Bay, also nearby is Crossroads Primary School, a cafe and campsite, there is a local seal colony at the picturesque harbour. The village of Dunnet is close by and offers local facilities, including a hotel and a village hall, which accommodates a wide range of community activities such as badminton, playgroup, indoor bowls and aerobics. There is a bus service to the local schools, to Thurso and to John O'Groats. John O' Groats is only 11 miles away and it undoubtedly one of the best-know places in Scotland, and every year this North-East tip of Caithness sees a procession of "End-to-Enders" making the long journey to Land's End. As well as being a destination in its own right, it is also a springboard for trips across the Pentland Firth via the famous Short Sea crossing to Orkney.
Property - The croft house internally is approx. 7.97m x 3.79m.
Land – Additional 4 acres of land. POSTCODE
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Offers in the region of £50,000 to be lodged with the selling agents, Georgesons.
By appointment via Georgesons, Wick (01955) 602222 or Thurso (01847) 892225.