Lot comprises 2 former water tanks located in Sutherland in North West Scotland
Head Raffin tws : 114 sq m (1,225 sq ft) Balchladich sr: 114 sqm (1,225 sq ft) Total 228 sq m ( 2,450 sq ft)
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Offered with Full vacant possession. Stunning Views of the Scottish countryside.
Tanks are located North West of Inverness in an attractive rural crofting area
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** sale by auction - 04 February 2020 ** Glasgow Radisson .
Lot comprises 2 former water tanks located in Sutherland in North West Scotland. Head raffin tws : The site is square in shape and contained by a wired fence. The site extends to 10.6m x 10.6 m = Approx 114 sq m. Balchladich sr : The site is surrounded with a chain link fence and extends to 10.6m x 10.6m = Approx 114 sq m. Both tanks are surrounded by open moorland offering excellent views. The ranks are roughly 3 miles apart with access to both for the final few hundred metres being by foot.
Balchladich is a remote township in the Assynt district of Sutherland, Scottish Highlands and is in the Scottish council area of Highland. Sutherland is a historic county, registration county and lieutenancy area in the Highlands of Scotland.
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