A unique opportunity to purchase a 2 bedroom semi – detached property positioned in the picturesque, quiet area of Stromeferry, on the south shore of Loch Carron. This quaint property offers the perfect location to capture the beauty the area has to show including dramatic views of the loch, hills and mountains and abundant wildlife. Boasting shore access and large garden grounds the property offers an opportunity where a bit of imagination could go a long way.
Occupying a highly desirable sheltered position and boasting shore access, 1 Seaview Cottage offers purchasers a fantastic opportunity to acquire a very interesting project. The property holds charm throughout with original features including V lining, thick stone walls, deep window sills, ¼ panel doors and timber staircase. Upgrade works completed include oil fired central heating and double glazed windows.
Set out over two floors the property comprises:- entrance porch/sun room,hallway, sitting room, kitchen/living room and bathroom on the ground floor. Stairs lead off to the upper floor and there are two bedrooms. From the front of the property there are uninterrupted panoramic views across the loch with hills in the distance, whilst to the rear and side there is a generous garden, which is overgrown and contains many bushes and shrubs, but again offers opportunities.
Must be viewed to really appreciate what is on offer.
Track leads down to the property and timber door provides entry into front porch. The accommodation within comprises:-
Sun Room/Entrance Porch
Very useful area that could hold for many uses, ideal for changing shoes and coats etc. Storm doors lead into the hallway. Concrete floor. 6’ 10” x 8’ 02” (2.1m x 2.49m)
Previously used as the sitting room but does provide flexibility of use. Fire place with tiled surround and hearth. Partial V lining. Window to front and two to side. Carpet. 13’05 x 8’10 (4.10m x 2.71m) at widest
Suite comprising pink W.C., wash hand basin and bath tub. Window to rear. Carpet. 4’ 02” x 11’ 02 (1.27m x 3.41m)
Step down into living area which boasts an open fire with tiled surround and hearth. Neat kitchen with wooden wall and base units. Sink with drainer. Two windows to rear and one to front. Large Radiator. Carpet. 15’ 10” x 15’ 02” (4.83m x 4.62m) AT WIDEST
Provides access to bedrooms. Storage space.Window to Front. Carpet. 7’ 03” x 10’ 06” (2.2m x 3.2m)
Double bedroom with front and rear windows. Radiator. Carpet. 11’ 08” x 10’ 09” (3.2m x 3.3m)
Double with windows to front and rear. Radiator. Carpet. 11’ 08” x 10’ 09” (3.2m x 3.3m)
Garden / Outbuildings
The garden is of substantial size although overgrown at present it is well planted with mature bushes, shrubs and trees which give lots of colour throughout the year as well as providing privacy. It is set out over various levels and hosts a couple of small garden sheds. The front is laid mainly to lawn leading down to a gate and out onto the shore line therefore making it accessible for boats and other water vessels.
Please note whilst every reasonable care has been taken in the drawing of the above floor plan, the position of walls, doors and windows etc are all approximate. The floor plan is intended for guidance purposes only, may not be to scale and should not be relied upon as anything other than an indicative layout of the property
Stromeferry is a picturesque village in a sheltered position due to being surrounded by natural woodland and has easy access to excellent local services. The famous village of Plockton is some 8 miles away and offers shops, hotels and restaurants as well as both primary and secondary schools. Stromeferry is ideal for those wanting to make the most of Loch Carron, the village has boat moorings and a public slipway that provides easy access to West coast waters. Enhanced facilities are available in the busy village of Kyle of Lochalsh, just 15 miles away, and here you will find full amenities of a supermarket, shops, hotels, restaurants, banks, post office and facilities of dentists, medical centre, leisure pool & gym. Stromeferry benefits from having a train station, a regular service provides easy access to Inverness, the capital of the Highlands some 68 miles to the East. The station in the village itself provides transport to the villages nearby as well as Inverness as mentioned
From the A87 take the A890 signposted to Lochcarron. Continue on the road and take the turning left into StromeFerry. Descend the quiet township road until you reach the slipway. From here park your car and walk down the single track road, next tot he phone box. 1 Seaview is the second property on your left. PLEASE NOTE WE ADVISE THAT VEHICLES SHOULD NOT BE TAKEN DOWN THE TRACK