A croft tenancy is an agricultural unit which is located in one of the crofting counties or specially designated areas usually consisting of a small area of land plus grazing rights in an area of common grazings shared with a number of other crofts in the local area.
Badcaul is in a stunning rural area of scattered crofts and houses. The land extends from the road to the shore of Little Loch Broom and enjoys wonderful views across the loch and to Beinn Ghobhlach beyond. The croft land for sale extends to 3.979 hectares (9.83 acres) in total and can be bought as one or can be split into two, both have a share the common grazing. Croft 6 has planning permission in principle to build a house where there is currently a ruin. Details of the planning can be found on the Highland Council website, search reference 19/01670/pip. Croft 8 has access to the loch for sea fishing and yachting.
Directions: Travelling west on the A835, turn left at the Braemore Junction on to the A832, continue for 18 miles. When you see the sign for Badcaul there is a post box on the right, this is where Croft 8 begins.