£200,000 Offers over
Opportunities to purchase a property of this standing are very rare within the Knoydart community. This charming 1880's cottage located in one of the most rural and beautiful part of the West Highlands only 10 - 15 minutes walk from the ferry landing. Whether you are looking to get away from the rat race and have a lifestyle change or looking for a holiday home or even an investment vehicle then Knoydart Cottage in Inverie is a must see. First impressions of this property when you enter the front door is the history of the cottage and the charm of such a dwelling. The property consists of large fitted kitchen with a utility room which boasts all the up to date appliances needed for modern life. There is a good size lounge which benefits from a wood burning stove which then leads you into the hallway. The three double bedrooms and bathroom are situated off the hallway. Oil fired central heating and double glazing ensure that Knoydart Cottage is fully equipped for all the elements that the weather in the West Highlands tend to offer. Pictures paint a thousand words and with Knoydart Cottage you run out of superlatives in describing the unique peninsula of Knoydart. For information regarding Knoydart visit: http://www.visitknoydart.co.uk/
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