Croft 227 Tannachy Rogart IV28 3YF
Offers Over £156,155
A rare opportunity has arisen to purchase croft land along with common grazing. The subjects for sale are split into 2 Lots
LOT 1: CROFT 227 TANNACHY - OWNER-OCCUPIED CROFT
The Croft extends to an area of approximately 32.3 acres (13.14 Hectares). The ground consists of rough grazings and enjoys a charming rural location on the outskirts of the village of Rogart taking in superb panoramic views over surrounding countryside to the
LOT 2: CROFT 227 TANNACHY (SHARE)
This Lot is a deemed croft with its own registered number (S2813). The deemed croft is made up of two Common Grazing Shares. The first is a share in the Knockarthur Rhilochan & West Tannachy Common Grazing. This Common Grazing lies in the parish of Clyne and is located to the east of Tannachy croft. The Landlord of the Common Grazing is The Sutherland Estate. This share entitles the shareholder to graze 4 sheep. This common grazing has not been through the first registration process, and it is not known if there is a committee currently in office.
The second share is in the Kilbraur or Scottarie Common Grazings (CG339). There is a Sheep Stock Club associated with this grazing know as the Kilbraur Sheep Stock Club. This Lot entitles the shareholder to a share in sheep stock club. This common grazing has been registered in the Crofting Register process and has an active committee in office. For approximately 100 years, the rights on this common grazing have been vested to the Kilbraur Sheep Stock Club, the shareholders of which are those who have a right to graze the extent of the common grazing.
The unaudited financial statements of the sheep stock club, excluding income from the Kilbraur windfarm, made up to April 2022, record the current stock to hand as being 608 breeding sheep and 243 replacement youngstock. The sheep stock club shareholders undertake some of the labour required for the smooth operation of the club themselves and some of the work is undertaken by local contractor.
The common grazing is also host to the Kilbraur Windfarm, which is a 27-turbine renewable energy development, which was awarded a development consent in 2006. The windfarm provides a significant income to the sheep stock club which is distributed to its shareholders.
- EPC Band: N/A