Building Plot at Tornabrach, Old Military Road, Fort Augustus

Offers Over £82,500
Key Details


Offers Over £82,500

Price Includes / Details:

The plot extends to 0.698 acres or thereby.




By mutual agreement


For further details please telephone Harper Macleod LLP on 01463 795006


Fantastic opportunity to purchase a large plot of land suitable for one or two houses in the picturesqueand historic village of Fort Augustus which would be well suited for a family home, retirement home or holiday home. The plot is situated in a tranquil sheltered location on the outskirts of the village and iswithin walking distance of all local amenities.

General Information

Fort Augustus is a popular tourist destination with the famous Caledonian Canal running through the village before entering Loch Ness. The Great Glen Way which runs from Fort William to Inverness also passes nearby. Fort William is approximately 32 miles from the village.

This is a fabulous location for exploring the Highlands and enjoying the stunning scenery and the many outdoor pursuits. The village has shops, cafes, restaurants, a medical centre, community hall and both primary and secondary schools all within walking distance of the plot.

The City of Inverness is approximately 34 miles from the Village and benefits from an extensive range of retail, leisure and business facilities. Inverness also offers excellent transport links by road, rail and air with Inverness Airport offering national and international flights.


The plot extends to 0.698 acres or thereby.


Mains water and electricity are to hand. Main drainage subject to capacity or alternatively to septic tank.


There is a shared access leading from Old Military Road, Fort Augustus.


The boundaries of the plot are as detailed on the plan.

Property Location

From Inverness and the northeast as you approach Fort Augustus on the A82 pass the Inch Hotel on your right and take the next junction on you right signposted Auchterawe. Continue along this road for approx 1/2 mile taking the next junction on your right again signposted Auchterawe. Follow this road for approx 500 yards, the plots are on your left about 100 yards before the Y junction to Auchterawe and Jenkins Park.

From Fort William and the southwest follow the A82 through Fort Augustus crossing the Caledonian Canal and the River Oich. Just after the car park on your left take the first left up Bunoich Brae signposted Auchterawe. Continue for about 300 yards passing Church Road on you left and take the next junction on your left signposted Auchterawe. Follow this road for approx 500 yards the plots are on you left about 100 yards.

To see the location of the property in an overall Inverness context, adjust the zoom by clicking the + or - buttons. Use the 'Map', 'Satellite' & 'Hybrid' buttons to switch between an ordnance survey style road map, a satellite aerial photograph or a combination (hybrid) of the two. Please note that the date of the satellite image is unknown and may not show new buildings.

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Important Information for Prospective Purchasers

This schedule is intended only to help you decide whether to view the property. We always recommend you view the property personally.

The information is believed to be correct, but it is not warranted and is not to form part of any contract of sale. All dates, distances, areas and room sizes noted are approximate and for use as a general guide only. Prospective purchasers should satisfy themselves as to the working condition or otherwise of any equipment such as central heating or kitchen appliances.

This schedule should not be taken as a comment on the condition of the property. This is a matter for your surveyor and we recommend that once you have found a property you are interested in, you obtain a survey report. We can provide details of surveyors if required.

Interested parties are advised to note their interest through their solicitor as soon as possible so that they can be informed if a closing date is fixed. Noting interest does not place any obligation on the seller to set a closing date or to give any noted interests the opportunity to offer. Whilst every effort will be made to advise noted interests of any closing date set, this cannot be guaranteed.

No responsibility will be accepted for expenses incurred by parties who have noted interest but do not get an opportunity to offer, or for any expenses incurred traveling to properties which have been sold or withdrawn.

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