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A detailed map displaying survey data with coordinates 443207, 1134035, identified as Title Number OAZ16726, dated 08/04/2021, showing topographical features and water bodies.
Map of a crofting register plot marked in blue with a red border. Located near Quaff Leog and Vats Virda. Includes a small map inset in the top right and scale at the bottom.
A grassy landscape with a dirt path and a wooden gate, overlooking a distant body of water under a cloudy sky.
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Croft of Apportionment 1, Fladdabister, Cunningsburgh

Price
Offers invited
Address
Croft of Apportionment 1, Fladdabister, Cunningsburgh, Shetland
Type
Croft
Agent
Anderson & Goodlad, Solicitors, Estate Agents & Notaries
Details
Property Details
Telephone
01595 692297
Email
solicitors@anderson-goodlad.co.uk

 

A superb opportunity to purchase this owner occupied registered Croft (C4427/Z3647) extending to 6.11 hectares (15.098 acres). It is registered in the Land Register of Scotland under Title Number OAZ16726.

It is located north of the village of Cunningsburgh on the east (lower) side or the main A970 heading south towards Sumburgh.

The boundaries are defined with stock proof fences. There are no buildings situated on the Croft and it benefits from right of access to and from the public road via a timber gate.

This Croft provides an ideal opportunity for established crofters/farmers requiring additional grazing or those wishing to try their hand on a small holding albeit it is classified as rough grazing.

There is potential for sustainable practices, such as peatland restoration and wind energy.

 

If you wish to view the Croft, please do so at your convenience or contact the Seller on 01950 477 600.

Offers or written enquiries are invited and should be submitted to Anderson & Goodlad.

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