Torgyle Chapel is a stone building set away from the public road. The property offers the purchaser a good-sized plot extending to 0.17 ha (0.42 acres). Until recently the property was leased by the Roman Catholic Diocese of Aberdeen. The property is surrounded by mixed scots pine and birch woodland. Access is from the main road on an unsurfaced track at the side of the 50-mph sign currently impassible for vehicles
Enquiries should be made to the Planning Department as to the potential for any development.
It is anticipated that a closing date will be fixed in due course and we would advise prospective purchasers to register their interest with Bell Ingram LLP through a solicitor. The owner however reserves the right to sell without setting a formal closing date and will not be bound to accept the highest or indeed any offer received. Purchasers should have their solicitor submit a Letter of Intent, detailing the price, date of entry and any conditions which they require to attach to their offer. The solicitor acting on behalf of the vendor will then issue an offer to sell to the successful bidder(s).
Torgyle Chapel is situated close to Dalchreichart which is a small rural hamlet in Glen Moriston about 1 mile from the A887. The village of Invermoriston is about 10 miles east and has a shop, café, restaurant, hotel, bar and village hall. Fort Augustus (16 miles away) is a busy tourist destination at the head of Loch Ness. Pupils from Dalchreichart attend Fort Augustus Primary School with secondary schooling at the Glen Urquhart High School in Drumnadrochit. Inverness is approximately 36 miles away and has a greater variety of facilities including modern shopping centres, theatre, hotels, restaurants, cinemas, a mainline railway station and a regional hospital. Inverness airport is about 8 miles from the centre of the city and has both domestic and overseas flights.
Dalchreichart is situated in stunning countryside with wonderful views of the Kintail mountains. The hill walker, mountaineer and golfer are well catered for and all forms of country sports including loch fishing are available as well as water sports on the nearby and world-famous Loch Ness.
From Inverness take the A82 heading southwest passing through Drumnadrochit until you reach Invermoriston. At Invermoriston turn right onto the A887 for a further 8 miles. After Dundreggan the chapel is on the right-hand side just before the 50 mph sign.