£42,000 Guide price
Three Bedroom SEMI-DETACHED bungalow located in peaceful village location. The surrounding hillside and lochs provide stunning scenery for your enjoyment &an excellent outdoor lifestyle opportunity. Gravir village is on the shore of Loch Ordhairn. Driveway and mature gardens. TORRANCE PARTNERSHIP RICS HOME REPORT - £62,000. Elevated location overlooking surrounding hillside - Gravir village is on the shore of Loch Ordhairn. Comprises: Dining sized Kitchen, lounge with fireplace, 3 Bedrooms and shower room. Further benefits include central heating (oil fired boiler) &Double Glazing. Great holiday home w or ideal for short term holiday lets. Rarely available Auction Property situated in a beautiful secluded location on the popular Isle of Lewis . SALES EVIDENCE; 5 Portvoller (SOLD) - £45,000, 15 Aird SOLD £49,000, 5 Upper Aird (SOLD) £520,000, 12 Flesherin (SOLD) £49,000. Mature gardens and local amenities are within a short walk. 25 miles to Stornoway. Lewis is in the northern part of the largest of the Western Isles of Scotland otherwise known as the Outer Hebrides. It is and island of immense natural beauty and contrasts with deserted golden sandy beaches, long stretches of rocky coastline, miles of heather moorland and small villages and ports. HOME REPORT: £62,000. Rental potential - £500 pcm - £6,000 per annum --- Gravir, is a village on the shore of Loch Ordhairn in the Park district of the Isle of Lewis. There is a church, a school and a voluntary fire station in the village. There is also a pier and beautiful sea views - Priced to sell. EPC - BAND D
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