4 – 5 Struanmore is a beautifully presented two bedroom detached traditional croft house in the crofting township of Struanmore affording views towards Loch Bracadale and the Cuillin Mountains beyond.
4 – 5 Struanmore is a recently renovated two bedroom traditional croft house set in a peaceful location, affording stunning views towards Loch Bracadale and the Cuillins beyond. Although in a quiet setting the property offers easy access to the rest of the island and its many attractions. The property, originally built in the late 1800s, has been lovingly renovated and is presented in walk in condition. All of the rooms are painted using Isle of Skye Paint Company colours and the kitchen and shower room are less than a year old.
The accommodation within is set out over two floors and comprises: Entrance porch, inner hallway, lounge, kitchen, bathroom, sitting room and utility room on the ground floor with two bedrooms and a box room on the first floor. The property further benefits from oil central heating (boiler is less than one year old), double glazing and ample built in storage. All of the flooring downstairs is high quality, luxury vinyl flooring also supplied by Howdens in Portree.
Externally the property is set within attractive garden grounds and views towards Loch Bracadale and the Cuillin mountains can be enjoyed from the rear garden. Also coming with the property is a recently installed private mooring at Struan Jetty, a short 10 minute walk away. Ideal for a small pleasure craft or fishing vessel.
4 – 5 Struanmore would make an ideal family home or a place from which to escape from the rigours of modern life. A true must see to appreciate what is on offer.
Access is via a UPVC double glazed door. Window to side. Vinyl laminate flooring. Painted. Access to Hall.
2.33m x 1.84m (7’7″ x 6’03”) at max.
The hall provides access to the lounge, sitting room and shower room. Painted in neutral tones from Isle of Skye Paint Company. Luxury vinyl flooring.
Good size lounge room with window to front elevation offering a view to the garden. Feature open fireplace with cast iron surround and tiled insert. Luxury vinyl flooring. Painted in neutral tones from Isle of Skye Paint Company.
4.06m x 3.24m (13’03” x 10’06”)
Modern fitted kitchen, supplied by Howdens, with a range of wall and floor units and contrasting worktop. Integrated oven and hob with stainless steel extractor hood and tiled back splash. Large single bowl sink and drainer with mixer tap. Integrated fridge freezer. Luxury vinyl flooring. Painted in neutral tones from Isle of Skye Paint Company. Dual aspect windows offering views to garden and beyond.
3.76m x 3.19m (12’03” x 10’05”)
Modern shower room comprising W.C., vanity wash hand basin and large walk-in shower with rainfall head. Luxury vinyl flooring. Respatex, wet wall at shower and basin. Frosted, deep sill window to rear. Painted in neutral tones from Isle of Skye Paint Company.
3.04m x 2.05m (10’00” x 6′ 07″)
Cosy sitting room with dual aspect windows to front and side. Stairs lead to upper floor. Luxury vinyl flooring. Painted in neutral tones from Isle of Skye Paint Company.
2.54m x 3.57m (8’04@ x 11’08”)
Half frosted double glazed door. Window to side elevation. Tiled floor. Toilet and further plumbing for a washing machine.
2.51m x 2.17m (8’02” x 7′ 11″)
Carpeted stairs lead from the sitting room to the landing. Access to 2 bedrooms and a box room. Carpeted. Velux window. Painted in neutral tones from Isle of Skye Paint Company.
Large Double Bedroom with deep sill window to front and Velux to rear. Carpeted. Painted in neutral tones from Isle of Skye Paint Company. Coombed ceiling. Large built-in wardrobes.
4.04m x 3.21m (13’03” x 10’05”)
Double room with deep sill window to front and Velux to rear. Carpeted. Painted in neutral tones from Isle of Skye Paint Company. Coombed ceiling. Built-in wardrobes.
4.04m x 2.19m (13’03” x 7’02”)
Deep sill window to front elevation. Coombed ceiling. Carpeted. Painted in neutral tones.
3.40m 1.51m (11’02” x 4’10”)
4-5 Struanmore is set within pretty garden grounds laid mainly to lawn with well established trees, shrubs and bushes. Parking is provided to the side of the property on the driveway. Views towards Loch Bracadale and the Cuillins are afforded to from the rear garden.
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 township of Struan is located on the west coast of Skye and is adjacent to the A863 which runs from Sligachan to Dunvegan. Struan is a thriving crofting township with a good community spirit and would make the ideal base for a family home. Located on a tourist route it would also make the ideal location for a holiday let with easy access to all areas of the Isle of Skye. Within Struan itself there is a small primary school, garage, sub post office, grocery store, second hand bookstore with café and outdoor clothing business. Dunvegan is located some 9 miles to the north with facilities including shops, restaurants, bakers, architects, household store, tourist information and doctor’s surgery. Portree, the islands capital is just 10 miles away benefits from a selection of shops including supermarkets, hotels, restaurants, leisure facilities, a modern medical centre and cottage hospital and secondary schooling.
From Portree take the B885 towards Struan and continue on this road, at the junction turn right onto the A863 to Dunvegan. Continue on this road passing through Struan. After you pass the Bog Myrtle Cafe take the first turning on your left hand side for Struanmore. After you cross the cattle grid follow the road to the left. 4-5 Struanmore faces you at the end of the road.