39 Inverarish Terrace is a delightful two bedroom 1 1/2 storey mid terraced property located on the beautiful Isle of Raasay. This property has been tastefully decorated throughout in neutral tones and hosts traditional features within. The property would make an ideal holiday let or family home in the heart of the Isle of Raasay.
Located in the small village of Inverarish on the famous Isle of Raasay 39 Inverarish Terrace is a delightfully presented property offering deceptively spacious accommodation within. The property is bright and airy and still retains many original features such as 1/4 panel doors, exposed wooden flooring, sash windows and a feature fireplace in the living room. The property needs a small amount of finishing but is still ready to walk straight into. There is a raised grassed garden area to the rear, on street parking and a fenced garden area to the front with a large shed. The property is ideally situated in the quaint township of Inverarish close to the local shop and is a short drive from Raasay House, the new Raasay Distillery and ferry terminal. This property would make a lovely home or holiday letting opportunity on this magical island.
Two steps from outside lead to a wooden door and into the entrance vestibule. Ideal additional storage space with built in shelving. Wall papered. Window to front. Access up step into living room. Fuse Box.
8’09” x 5’01” (2.67m x 1.57m) at max.
Large living area with bay window to the front with bespoke seating area. Exposed vanished wooden flooring. Decorated in brilliant white paint making this room bright and light. Feature multi fuel stove with back boiler for heating, with red brick surround, wooden mantle over and tile hearth. Built in storage cupboard and alcoves. Access to kitchen. Open plan exposed wooden stairs leading to upper level.
18’08” x 13’08” (5.40m x 4.16m) at max.
Accessed from lounge is a good size kitchen with room for family dining table within. Ample base units providing storage and room for under counter white goods. Solid wood block work top. Feature open storage shelving. Large 5 ring gas hob range cooker with double electric oven and matching stainless steel extractor hood over. Tile splash surround. Recessed spot lighting. Exposed varnished wooden flooring. Access via glazed double doors to rear garden. Radiator
13’10” x 12’02” (4.22m x 3.71m) at max.
Wooden staircase leads to upper landing which provides access to all rooms upstairs. Loft access. Cupboard housing boiler and storage shelving. Over stair clothes drying pulley. Exposed varnished wooden flooring.
11’08” x 2’07” (3.57m x 0.80m)
Double room with window to front providing views to the front over the Sound of Raasay and Skye beyond. Coombed ceiling. Exposed wooden flooring. Pained and papered decor. Radiator.
8’09” x 8’04” (2.66m x 2.52m) at max.
A good size double room with window to rear providing stunning views over the garden and the fields beyond. Built in storage shelving. Recently re plastered due to insulation work, in need of decorating. Exposed wooden flooring. Radiator. Slight coomb in ceiling.
13’07” x 11’08” (4.15m x 3.57m) at max
Ample bathroom with 3 piece white suite compromising of W.C. sink and bath. Bath has over head electric shower. Painted and tiled. Painted wooden floor. Radiator. Frosted window to front. Small shelving area. Slight coomb in ceiling.
8’08” x 5’01” (2.63m x 1.56m)
The property hosts two garden areas, one to the front and one to the rear. The front garden is fully enclosed by a wooden fence, there is a large wooden shed come workshop which is approximately 4.5m by 4m. The area is mainly gravel with a small path leading to the shed.
The rear garden is laid mainly to lawn but has a raised decking/ patio area providing a seating /dining area. There is a drying area and views continue to the rear over open fields.
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
The Island of Raasay has the Scottish mainland to the east and the Isle of Skye to the west and is accessed by a regular ferry service from Sconser on Skye, making access to Skye and the mainland straight forward with the ferry journey taking about 20 minutes. Facilities on Raasay include a village shop and post office, hotel, community centre and primary school. Portree the busy main settlement is some 14 miles north of the Sconser ferry terminal and here you will find all the shopping facilities you would expect of a thriving area, with services including secondary schooling, cottage hospital and doctor’s surgery. Raasay is very picturesque with beautiful luscious green woodland, breathtaking views and has places of historical interest, all of which are attractive to both locals and visitors alike. Wildlife can be seen in abundance and it would not be unusual to spot a golden or sea eagle whilst out on the many woodland or coastal walks.
Directions 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. Upon entering Inverarish take the small lane on your right in between the houses, then take the second lane on your right. The house is located centrally in this terrace.