Unique opportunity to acquire extensive registered croft land extending to over 820 Acres comprising the following:-
1. Vidlin Farm - Owned. (606.3109 acres approx.) 3 adjoining agricultural buildings, two are 27m x 6m approx. One is part slatted for sheep part use as a general purpose shed. The second is a silage pit and the third is a lean-to on the north side. Offers around £280,000
2. Vidlin Farm Share – Tenancy (117.819 acres). Accessed through the Tronaster croft. Offers around £10,000
3. Croft - Tronaster - Owned. (37.55 acres) This croft was amalgamated with Vidlin Farm and is now being divided off into a separate croft. Offers around £70,000
4. Croft - North House, Sweening – Owned. (15.109 acres). Includes the foreshore down to the low water mark with substantial breakwater suitable for small boats landing, and shingle beach adjacent. Traditional “L” shaped agricultural building suitable for cattle or horses. Offers around £70,000
5. Apportionment pertaining to North House, Sweening. Tenancy. (44.18 acres) Very steep hill land of rough grazing but provides exceptional shelter for the North House croft. Offers around £20,000 The above lots are together, or separately, by negotiation.
All unapportioned grazing rights in the West Nesting Common Grazings are not for sale. All the croft land is being registered in the new Crofting Register. Each area of land will have available for sale the entitlements pertaining to it.
Details of the land quality of each field is available from Mr Johnson on request. Each area of land will have available for sale the entitlements (LFA / CAP or Single Farm Payment) pertaining to it.
The purple areas of land shown on the small scale plan (Marked as NFS) were formerly part of the Vidlin Farm but are being divided by the Crofting Commission into a separate croft which Mr Johnson is retaining. This comprises the area on the southeast side of the Vidlin junction and a smaller area on the north-west side of the Vidlin junction around his dwellinghouse and garden ground.
The Tenanted Apportionments shall require assignation of the tenancy subject approval of the Crofting Commission. Interested parties requiring further information about crofting tenure should seek advice from their own solicitor or contact the Commission at Great Glen House, Leachkin Road, Inverness, IV3 8NW. The Commission’s web site is www.crofting.scotland.gov.uk
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Unique opportunity to acquire extensive registered croft land extending to over 820 Acres