£150,000 Guide price
The property is approached from the pavement, a gravel path leading to a gateway opening to a decking. Partly glazed double doors open to the: Open plan Reception Hall, Sitting Room and Dining Room A triple aspect room with timber floor, timber lined ceiling, open arch to recessed sitting area, partly glazed door to inner hall and open square arch to: Kitchen With fitted floor and wall units, single bowl stainless steel sink with drainer, integral electric oven and hob, extractor hood, solid fuel Rayburn on a tiled plinth, tiled floor, partly tiled walls, timber lined ceiling and doors to: Utility Porch Fitted floor unit with timber worktop, stainless steel basin, plumbing for washing machine, tiled floor, exposed stone wall and partly glazed door to garden. Inner Hall With partly glazed door to reception hall, stairs to first floor and door to: Shower Room With shower cubicle, corner wash hand basin, WC, partly tiled walls, tiled floor and under stair cupboard. An open square arch leads to a vestibule with fitted cupboard, door to recessed sitting area and door to: Bedroom 1 With cupboard housing the fuse box and electricity meter. From the inner hall, stairs lead to the first floor landing with partly coombed ceiling, skylight window, access to roof space and doors to: Bedroom 2 With partly coombed ceiling, walk-in cupboard housing the hot water cylinder and door to: En suite Wet Room With timber lined, partly coombed ceiling, electric power shower, wash hand basin, WC, heated ladder towel rail, tiled floor and walls. Family Bathroom With partly coombed ceiling, free standing slipper bath with hand shower attachment, wash hand basin, WC, heated ladder towel rail, tiled floor and walls. Bedroom 3 With partly coombed ceiling. Bedroom 4 With partly coombed ceiling. GARDEN GROUNDS The grounds at Sunnyside lie to the front of the property and are enclosed by timber fencing and a stone wall. The gardens comprise a generous gravel area beyond which is a lawn and to one side a decked sitting area with pergola. OUTBUILDINGS There is an attached single garage with double doors, power and light. SERVICES Electricity - mains Water - mains Drainage - mains Heating - oil fired Internet - broadband available The charming village of Poolewe is located to the north of Gairloch and on one of the most popular stretches of the west coast, famous for its mild climate and stunning coastline with sheltered, sandy beaches and island views. This area is extremely popular with those seeking a change of lifestyle or a second home, attracted by traditional, established village communities set in an unspoilt landscape of outstanding beauty. There are many tourist and leisure facilities in the area, the best known of these being the NTS Inverewe Gardens, a 50 acre garden of exotic plants, established in the 1800s. Poolewe has a shop, post office and hotel, while nearby Gairloch has a wider range of shops and amenities as well as schooling up to secondary level. Inverness, about 1½ hours drive away, has all the facilities of a modern city including its airport with regular flights to the south and Europe.
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