2 South Duntulm, Kilmuir

Offers over £225000 are invited

*** CLOSING DATE SET FOR FRIDAY, 29TH JULY AT 12:00 MIDDAY ***

2 South Duntulm is a delightful two bedroom former croft house located in the picturesque township of Duntulm on Skye’s rugged north coast. Occupying an elevated, south-west facing position the property affords widespread views over the surrounding land towards Score Bay and  the sea.

2 South Duntulm is an immaculately presented detached property set in a secluded position in the scenic township of Duntulm. Sitting in well maintained garden grounds the house is within easy commuting distance to both Staffin to the east and Uig in the west. The property is bright with well proportioned rooms.

The accommodation within is set out over two floors and comprises of entrance porch, hallway, lounge, dining room, kitchen and bathroom on the ground floor  Upstairs are two further bedrooms and a bathroom. The property further benefits from  double glazing throughout, electric central heating and an open fire in the lounge. The Lounge can easily be converted for use as a third bedroom.

Externally, the property is set within well maintained garden grounds which are mainly laid to lawn with established shrubs and bushes. The property is accessed via a shared driveway with parking available to the front of the property. In addition, the garden grounds also hosts a large wooden garage / workshop to the side of the property. The garage / workshop has power.

2 South Duntulm will make a lovely home and viewing is highly recommended to fully appreciate the setting and views on offer. On a clear day you can see the lighthouse at Neist Point. Wildlife is abundant in the area and deer, eagles and sea birds are common visitors.

Ground Floor

Entrance Porch

Entrance porch accessed via half glazed door to side elevation. Window to front elevation. Access to hallway via UPVC half glazed, frosted door. Vinyl flooring. Painted.

1.48m x 1.69m (4’10” x 5’06”)

Hallway

Bright hallway accessed via half glazed, frosted UPVC door. Providing access to lounge, dining room, and shower room with stairs leading off to the first floor. Traditional v-lining on walls and ceiling. Painted. Laminate flooring.

1.42m x 2.72m (4’07” x 8’10”)

Lounge

Bright, cosy lounge with picture window to the front elevation affording countryside and sea views. Open fireplace with tile surround and hearth. Traditional v-lining on ceiling. Painted walls. Wooden flooring.

3.53m x 4.22m (11’07” x 13’10”)

Dining Room

Generous in size with window to front elevation affording views to the garden and countryside beyond. Access to kitchen at rear of property. Traditional V-lining to one wall. Laminate flooring. Painted walls.

3.25m x 4.16m (10’08” x 13’07)

Kitchen

Modern and bright kitchen fitted with a good range of wall and base units with contrasting worktop. Ceramic sink and drainer with mixer tap. Tiled back splash. Integrated electric oven and hob with extractor hood over. Integrated dishwasher. Integrated fridge. Free standing washing machine. Window to rear. Clear glass UPVC door to rear garden. Laminate flooring. Painted.

2.35m x 3.28m (7’08” x 10’09”)

Shower Room

Large shower room comprising white W.C., wash hand basin and walk-in shower with MIRA Sport electric shower. Wet wall at shower. Frosted window to rear elevation. Vinyl flooring. Painted. Extractor fan.

2.64m x 1.66m (8’07” x 5’05”)

Upper Floor

Landing

Wooden stairs lead to bright landing which offers access to two bedrooms and bathroom. Velux window to rear elevation. Consumer unit. Storage cupboard housing hot water tank. Loft access. Wooden flooring. Painted.

0.93m x 2.31m (3’00” x 7’06”)

Bedroom One

Good size double bedroom with window to front elevation. Original fireplace. Coombed ceiling. Carpeted. Traditional V-lining to walls and ceiling.

3.63m x 4.17m ( 11’11” x 13’08”)

Bedroom Two

Double bedroom with window to front elevation. Original fireplace. Coombed ceiling. Carpeted. Traditional V-lining to walls and ceiling.

3.57m x 4.16m (11’08” x 13’07”)

Bathroom

Family bathroom comprising white W.C., wash hand basin and bath. Heated chrome towel rail. Velux window to front elevation. Traditional V-lining to ceiling and wall behind W.C. Coombed ceiling. Laminate flooring.

1.65m x 2.30m (5’05” x 7’06”)

 

External

Garden

2 South Duntulm is set within delightful garden grounds which are mainly laid to lawn with established trees, shrubs and bushes. The plot size is approximately 0.33 acres or thereby (to be confirmed by title deeds). Parking is provided on the gravel driveway to the side of the property. The garden grounds host a timber garden shed to the rear of the property. From the garden grounds panoramic views over Kilmaluag Bay and the Trotternish Ridge”.

Garage / Workshop

Large timber garage / workshop with power.

6.12m x 3.67m (20’00” x 12’00”)

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

Location

Duntulm is a small, friendly community located within the coastal township of Kilmuir, just north of Uig. Facilities in Kilmuir include a primary school, village hall and churches. Uig is just a short drive south and is the main ferry terminus with regular sailings to the outer isles of Harris & Lewis via Tarbert and the Uists’ via Lochmaddy. Local services in Uig include a general store, petrol station, pub and the local Skye Brewery. More enhanced services including supermarket, many restaurants, DIY store, banks, a cottage hospital and secondary school can be found in Portree, the island’s capital some 23 miles south. It is also only a short distance to the heart of the Quiraing and the Trotternish Ridge and only a short drive to the north you have the ruinous Duntulm Castle.

Directions

Travel north from Portree to Uig on the A87 and just after the Ferry Inn take a right hand turning signposted for Staffin and Kilmuir. Continue on this road for approximately 9 miles and 2 South Duntulm in on the right hand side of the road. There is a sign at the bottom of the driveway.
Alternatively, if travelling from Staffin continue on the A855 through Flodigarry and Kilmaluag and 2 South Duntulm is located on the left hand side just after the ruin to Duntulm Castle.

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