£235,000 Guide price
Carmahome House is a substantial stone built villa dating from 1903. A former farmhouse, it is nestled in a sheltered hollow alongside another two homes approximately 500m from the main road with shared access over a privately maintained rough track. Spectacular mountain or rural views from all windows. Accommodation comprises entrance hall, spacious lounge with multi fuel burning stove, ground floor bedroom/study, large dining kitchen with oil-fired Rayburn cooker leading into utility room and downstairs bathroom. On the upper floor, there are two spacious double bedrooms with family bathroom between. The house and water are heated from the oil-fired Rayburn cooker and supplemented by the multi fuel stove in the lounge. The house sits within its own private garden area extending to approximately 0.5 acre with a small stream running through.
Available by separate negotiation if required - The adjacent stone barn is presently being used as an art studio but has in the past offered stabling for horses when there were loose boxes installed. The present owners explored the option of converting the barn into a two
bedroom cottage but have not proceeded with this plan although full permissions were given. This building could be purchased
separately as could the 2.5 acre hill field and wooded area lying immediately behind the house.
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