£180,000 Offers over
This beautifully and meticulously maintained two-bedroom bungalow provides all the comforts of modern living is a stunningly beautiful setting. Completed in 2009 by local building contractors, this property has been home to one owner who has maintained it to the very highest of standards. It is in excellent structural and decorative order throughout. Quietly located, it is only a short drive to the nearest town of Dunvegan with all local amenities. The property has been designed to allow rooms to be added in loft area, or the large plot would allow for an extension, both subject to the appropriate planning consent. The large and bright lounge has windows to the front and side elevations offering stunning views across Loch Bharcasaig to the legendary MacLeod's Tables . It is fitted with a multi-fuel burning stove. The generous size kitchen/diner is to the rear of the property, a modern fitted kitchen with a free standing gas cooker. There is ample space for dining table and chairs as well as other free standing furniture. From the kitchen/diner is a utility room with plumbing for washing machine and space for additional white goods. There is a sink with storage underneath and a large storage cupboard housing the central heating boiler and consumer unit. Access to the rear of the property is through the utility room. In the spacious hallway there is a hatch to the large loft area and doors leading to the lounge, kitchen/diner, two double bedrooms, bathroom. Bedroom one is to the rear of the property and bedroom two to the front. Both bedrooms have built-in wardrobes and room for free standing furniture. The large floored loft extends across the whole footprint of the house and could be converted to transform this bungalow into a four bedroom family home subject to planning. There is electric light in the loft area. Included in the sale is the timber shed and an insulated storage container which are located to the side and rear of the property. The bathroom is modern with white bath, wash hand basin and w.c. There is a separate shower cubicle housing a mains fed shower. This lovely property would suit anyone looking for a single storey property in a beautiful and quiet location, or would be suitable as a conversion into a larger family home.
An Caladh is located in Harlosh, a quiet crofting community on the west coast of the Isle of Skye approximately 46 miles from the Skye Bridge and 22 miles from Portree the capitol of the Island. Harlosh is situated at the end of a narrow peninsula of the same name, between Lochs Caroy and Bharcasaig. The village of Dunvegan, home to the famous Clan Macleod residence, Dunvegan Castle, is approximately 4 miles from Harlosh. Dunvegan amenities include hotels, restaurants, filling station/shop/restaurant, grocery shop, a fruit and vegetable shop, bakery and post office. Also in Dunvegan there are churches, medical centre with pharmacy, primary and nursery education. Scondary school pupils attend Portree High School for which transport is provided.
All fitted floor coverings, fixtures and fittings including all light fittings. Gas cooker (L.P.G.) Timber shed attached to a large insulated storage container.
Mains electricity and water. Sewage to septic tank. Bottled gas. Telephone and broadband
By Mutual agreement
To be organised with Rhona Lamont on 07801945640.
5.98m (19ft 7in) x 3.62m (11ft 11in)
4.1m (13ft 5in) x 3.47m (11ft 5in)
2.77m (9ft 1in) x 1.79m (5ft 10in)
3.59m (11ft 9in) x 2.43m (8ft 0in)
3.48m (11ft 5in) x 2.89m (9ft 6in)
2.32m (7ft 7in) x 2.23m (7ft 4in)
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