Located centrally in a very friendly residential area, the subjects for sale comprise of a well presented, deceptively spacious 1 ½ storey terraced property which had extensive upgrade works carried out in 1992.
The house is set out over two floors and benefits from hardwood double glazing, solid fuel central heating and comprises on the ground floor: entrance area with utility/cloakroom, hallway, sitting room, kitchen/dining room, bedroom one. On the upper floor are two further bedrooms and bathroom. Although number 28 Inverarish provides ample space, there is room for further development as it is conjoined to number 27 via doorways on the ground and upper floors. Number 27 offers purchasers the opportunity to expand and upgrade to their personal requirements.
A tiled entrance area provides ample space for changing coats and boots etc., and access off to utility/ cloakroom. Radiator.
Size 4’ 1” x 6’ 2” (1.24m x 1.89m).
Cloakroom with W.C. and wash hand basin. Space for washing machine and drier. Frosted window to front.
Size 6’ 4” x 6’ 11” (1.92m x 2.11m) into recess.
L – shaped hallway provides access off to sitting room, kitchen/dining room, bedroom one, doorway to number 27. Wooden stairs lead to the upper floor. Understair storage. Wooden flooring. Radiator.
Size: 14’ 10” x 6’ 2” (at widest) (4.53m x 1.88m) and 9’ 6” x 2’ 7” (2.9m x 0.08m)
Spacious bright room, freshly decorated and with double French style windows, which allow appreciation of the excellent views, and which lead out onto a small decking area, with steps down providing access to the rear garden. Feature open fire with slate hearth and tiled and wooden surround. The open fire provides heating to the radiators throughout the house. Recessed shelving at one side, and open alcove at the other side, of the fireplace. Radiator. Wood flooring.
Size 12’ 3” x 13’ 9” (3.73m x 4.20m) into recess.
Kitchen is well fitted with light oak fronted units with cream worktops and hob, wall units with down lighting. Matching unit providing shelving feature, additional storage and housing fitted oven. Extractor fan. 1 ½ sink drainer with mixer tap. Fitted roller blind. Space for dining table and chairs. Space for dishwasher and fridge.
Size 9’ 6” x 13’ 8” (2.89m x 4.16m)
Spacious bright sunny room with large window to rear, overlooking garden area, woodland and Sound of Raasay beyond. Fitted wardrobes provide both storage and hanging space. Radiator. Carpet.
Size 13’ 7” x 12’ 4” (4.15m x 3.75m)
Access to No 27
Large room currently used as a games area. Open fire with tiled hearth and stone surround. The room has been prepared with studding ready for renovation.
Size 14’ 2” x 15’ 7” (4.31m x 4.75m)
Another generous sized room with large window to front, and with mirror fronted wardrobes providing excellent storage. Electric heater and radiator. Laminate flooring.
Size 9’11” x 10’ 10” (2.0m x 3.3m)
Another bright, L shaped room providing excellent views out to the Sound of Raasay and beyond. Radiator. Laminate flooring.
Size 7’ 1” x 11’ 7” (2.15m x3.52m) and 14’ 2” into dormer.
White suite comprising W.C., wash hand basin, bath with shower over. Tiled walls around bath/shower area and splashback over hand basin. Cupboard housing hot water tank. Ceramic tiled floor.
Size 7’ 9” x 6’ 7” at widest (2.36m x 2.0m)
Located to the front of the house on the opposite side of the quiet road is an enclosed garden area providing drying green and also has a timber shed.
The Island of Raasay has the Scottish mainland to the east and the Isle of Skye to the west. The island is accessed by a regular ferry service between Sconser on Skye and the new pier that has recently been completed in order to ease access to and from the island. The ferry service provides the local village shop with fresh produce and daily papers. The busy town of Portree is some 14 miles north of the Sconser ferry terminal and here you will find excellent shopping facilities and services including secondary schooling. Raasay has its own primary school and a community centre/village hall was more recently built. The island is very picturesque and has places of historical interest which attracts visitors to the area.
From the ferry terminal follow the road and the old steading will be straight in front of you, turn right and follow the signs to Inverarish Terrace.