118/119 North Brora Muir is a registered croft and extends to approximately 7.88 hectares and forms holding 836/0030.
The land is mostly flat and low lying and comprises approximately 2 ha of permanent pasture which mimght have been cropped in the past, with the remaining 5.55ha being rough grazing over heather moorland. The fences are in reasonable condition for their age and largely stock-proof.
The Croft is registered with SGRPID to receive annual payments under the BPS scheme and is eligible for LFASS payments.
There are additional grazing rights associated with the croft on the Kibrora, the East and West Clyne and the Clynelish Common Grazings.
Access to the croft is by the adopted tarmac road (U2942) from the Brora-Balnacoil-Rogart Road.
Situated on the single-track road which leads to Gordonbush the croft enjoys a peaceful location with superb rural views yet is within easy driving distance of Brora and the facilities it has to offer. There are good shopping facilities in the village and the Royal Marine Hotel. The hotel has a leisure club with swimming pool, sauna, steam room, jacuzzi and gym.
Brora is best known for the quality of its golf, fishing and whisky and is well served by a wide range of local facilities, banking and post office services and a doctor's surgery. There is a local primary school and secondary schooling is at Golspie. A railway station and local bus services offer good transport links and the A9 provides the main north/south trunk road. Further facilities are available at Golspie (6 miles) and Inverness, just over an hour's drive away, has an excellent range of facilities including a good shopping centre, cinemas, theatre, hospital and mainline railway station. Inverness Airport is about 8 miles from the city centre and offers a variety of services to destinations both home and abroad.
Brora has a small harbour for the boating enthusiasts and a superb beach. There is ample opportunity for recreational activities in the wider area including hill walking, mountain biking, road cycling and mountaineering, fishing (river, loch and sea) and all forms of country sports. There are wonderful golf courses and as well as the Brora Links the superb courses of Royal Dornoch, Golspie and Tain are within easy reach.