Land for sale, Plot Off Garbhein Crescent, Kinlochleven, PH504SE
- ** Massive Price REDUCTION ** Plot situated in overgrown hill land on the outskirts of Kinlochleven
- Situated in overgrown hill land on the outskirts of Kinlochleven
- The village is at eastern end of the beautiful sea loch, Loch Leven, and is surrounded by imposing mountains.
- Kinlochleven is home to the National Ice Climbing Centre
- National Grid Reference NN18067 61733
Plot bounded by stock fences which appear to be in fair condition. Within the heavily overgrown site is a burried/bunded concrete water tank (4m x 4.9m approx) which is understood to have a capacity of 6,000 gallons. It has a steel inspection cover and cast iron vent. The subjects are situated in overgrown hill land on the outskirts of Kinlochleven. Kinlochleven is located some 25 miles from Fort William and 7 miles from Glencoe Village,at the head of Loch Leven and is surrounded by outstanding Highland scenery. The mountains are popular with climbers and hill walkers and the village has most local amenities including primary and secondary schools, bank, stores, medical centre and hotels. Phone or submit an enquiry form to get the full Auction Catalogue and further details regarding this sale. Future Property Auctions, Scotland's Largest Land and Property Auctioneer.
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