The 113 acres or thereby at Breckan is a mix of heather, hill and rough grazing together with the Loch of Moan and a ruinous dwellinghouse.
The property enjoys an elevated position and offers a beautiful panoramic view over the surrounding farmland with the sea and the neighbouring island of Westray in the distance.
The ruinous dwelling may offer an opportunity to erect a new dwellinghouse under the O.I.C’s ‘one for one of ruinous and redundant buildings’ policy. Interested parties should consult the O.I.C planning department for guidance. It is understood that there may be mains electricity close to the former dwellinghouse. A borehole will be required for a water supply but this is common on the island where only a few houses have mains water supply.
There are no entitlements with the land and it has not been classified in relation to the Basic Payments Scheme.
The island of Rousay is one of Orkney’s inner North isles and is connected to the Orkney mainland by a scheduled ferry service. The amenities on the island include a primary school, shop, sub-post office and hotel.
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