14 Dunhallin is a detached three bedroom former croft house in the picturesque crofting township of Dunhallin, Waternish from where far reaching sea views over The Minch out towards The Outer Hebrides beyond are afforded. The property is in need of renovation and offers potential purchasers an exciting project to create a home to their own specification and standards.
14 Dunhallin is a detached traditional croft house in need of modernisation and renovation works within the sought after crofting township of Dunhallin on the Waternish peninsula from where panoramic sea views are afforded. The accommodation within is set out over two floors and comprises of entrance porch, hallway, lounge, kitchen, utility room, bedroom one and shower room on the ground floor with two bedrooms and a box room located on the first floor. The property also benefits from UPVC double glazing throughout and electric storage heating.
Although requiring renovation works 14 Dunhallin would make a lovely home upon completion in a picturesque setting.
Entrance porch accessed via half double glazed UPVC door with window to the front boasting sea views. V-lined walls. Vinyl flooring. 2 pane glass door to hallway. Step into hallway.
6’10 x 5’05 (2.01m x 1.65m)
Hallway providing access to lounge, shower room and bedroom one with stairs leading to upper level. Carpeted. Wallpaper.
8’03 x 3’10 (2.52m x 1.18m)
Generous lounge with window to the front offering stunning sea views overlooking The Minch and The Outer Hebrides beyond. Feature fireplace with tile hearth and surround. Door off to kitchen. Carpeted. Wallpaper.
13’03 x 10’03 (4.05m x 3.14m)
Fitted kitchen with range of base and wall units with contrasting worktop. Freestanding electric oven and hob. Stainless steel sink and drainer. Tile splash back. Window to rear overlooking the garden. Painted. Vinyl flooring. UPVC half glazed door to rear porch.
8’09 x 10’10 (2.68m x 3.30m) at max.
Useful utility area providing additional storage. Space for white goods. Stainless steel sink and drainer. Wooden door to rear garden. Concrete flooring. Storage cupboard housing hot water tank.
7’05 x 4’01 (2.27m x 1.26m)
Spacious double bedroom with window to the front with stunning sea views over The Minch and The Outer Hebrides. Wallpaper. Carpeted. Fireplace (not in use).
13’07 x 10’05 (4.16m x 3.19m)
Shower room with white three piece suite comprising of W.C, wash hand basin and freestanding mains shower. Frosted window to the rear. Vinyl flooring. Painted. Extractor fan.
7’00 x 5’09 (2.16m x 1.78m)
Stairwell leading up to landing accessing all rooms on upper level. Consumer unit housing. Loft access. Exposed wooden flooring.
8’06 x 8’02 (2.60m x 2.50m) at max.
Double bedroom with Velux window to the front affording sea views. Built in storage. Feature fireplace (not in use). Coombed ceiling. Exposed wooden flooring.
12’05 x 9’06 (3.79m x 2.90m)
Double bedroom with Velux window to the front affording sea views. Feature fireplace (not in use). Built in storage cupboard. Coombed ceiling. Exposed wooden flooring.
12’05 x 12’04 (3.79m x 3.79m)
Previously housed bathroom suite which has now been removed, however all pipework remains should the potential purchaser wish to reinstate. Exposed wood flooring. V-lined.
8’00 x 5’00 (2.45m x 1.54m)
14 Dunhallin sits within its own de-crofted garden grounds which extend to approximately 0.37 acres (to be confirmed by title deeds). The garden grounds are overgrown and are in need of attention. The garden also hosts a shed providing additional storage space.
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
Dunhallin forms part of the larger area known as Waternish on the north west of the Island and home to one of Skye’s oldest hostelries – The Stein Inn. Other local attractions include the award winning ‘Skye Skyns’ – a working tannery, the Lochbay Restaurant, a dive centre and art galleries. The closest village is Dunvegan some 5 miles away which has good local services including shops, hotels and restaurants and the world famous Dunvegan Castle. The Island’s capital is some 21 miles to the south and has all the services and facilities you would expect of a growing town including secondary schooling and a cottage hospital. Primary education is currently offered at Knockbreck school close by.
From Portree take the A87 towards Dunvegan, continue on this road until you reach the turn off on your right hand side for Waternish.
Follow the B886 Waternish road and you will come to the township of Lochbay. At the T junction turn right and follow the township road past Skye Skyns and Waternish Hall. Number 14 will be clearly signposted on your right hand side.