£220,000 Offers over
Sell Simple are proud to offer to the market this Two Bedroom Detached House for ***Offers in Excess of £220,000***
This is a modern detached cottage, built only three years ago. This beautiful cottage offers uninterrupted views. Amenities such as shops, restaurants, schools and many more are closely located. In this beautiful natural scenery, there are fantastic opportunities for sea fishing, bird watching, whale watching and climbing the Cullin Hills. The area is free of light pollution so the northern lights can be seen quite regularly.
This property is *PRICED TO SELL* and is an excellent opportunity for buyers who are in a position to purchase quickly. An early viewing is highly recommended and essential to fully appreciate the extent of this property.
All viewings strictly by appointment!
The price given is a marketing price and isn't necessarily representative of the properties open market value. This vendor, like any vendor is looking to achieve the best possible price upon the sale of this property; hence in making an enquiry on this property you acknowledge and understand that this property is offers in excess of the marketing price specified.
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