£160,000 Offers over
Glengarry is located in the picturesque village of Mallaig, offering breathtaking views from the front of the house of the 'small isles' Eigg, Rum, Muck &Canna and the Isle of Skye. An ideal house for Harry Potter and railway enthusiasts with one of the major features of the house being the Jacobite Steam Train, made famous through the Harry Potter films, passes by the front of this property regularly. Situated within walking distance of the harbour, the dwelling offers easy access to all the local amenities. Also, as tourism plays such a major part of the local economy, Glengarry is ideally placed to take advantage of the booming tourist business for any future purchaser who would like the opportunity to own a holiday letting establishment. The property has off-road parking with a spacious garden. Additionally, this property comes with planning permission for an extension. As Mallaig is such a desirable place to live then viewing of Glengarry is highly recommended.
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