£70,000 Guide price
Heatherside is approached from the pavement, a path leading to the partly glazed front door opening to the: Entrance Hall With tiled floor and doors to: Sitting Room With tiled floor, recessed woodburning stove and timber mantelshelf. Bathroom With partly coombed ceiling, bath, wash hand basin, WC, tiled floor and partly tiled walls. Kitchen With fitted floor and wall units, 1½ bowl stainless steel sink with drainer, integral electric oven and hob, extractor hood, integral fridge, integral dishwasher, plumbing for washing machine and shelved cupboard housing the hot water cylinder. Returning to the entrance hall, stairs lead to a half landing with partly glazed door to courtyard. Stairs continue to the first floor landing with partly coombed ceiling, Velux window, access to roof space and doors to: Bedroom 1 : A double aspect room with partly coombed ceilings, Velux window and timber mantelpiece. Shower Room With partly coombed ceiling, corner shower cubicle with electric power shower, wash hand basin, WC, heated ladder towel rail, tiled floor and tiled walls. Bedroom 2 With partly coombed ceilings. GARDEN GROUNDS To the rear of the cottage is a sheltered courtyard with decked sitting area, flagstone sitting area and garden shed. To the front of the property are two stone edged raised beds planted with a colourful variety of herbaceous plants. 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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