A detached two bedroom bungalow set in the tranquil crofting township of Ose offering stunning sea views towards Loch Bracadale. *** £10,000 BELOW HOME REPORT VALUE ***
4a Ose is set in a peaceful and rural setting enjoying views across the surrounding croftland towards Loch Bracadale. The property was built in the year 2000 and benefits from oil fired central heating, double glazing throughout and also has an open fire in the lounge. The accommodation within comprises of entrance vestibule, hallway, kitchen, lounge, bathroom and two double bedrooms. Externally the property sits in generous garden grounds that are in need of attention and also boasts a large garage providing ample storage space.
Although the property requires a degree of modernisation it would make a lovely home or holiday retreat in a picturesque surrounding.
Accessed via a timber front door. Glass paned door leads into the hallway.
4’00 x 2’11 (1.22m x 0.90m)
L-shaped hallway providing access to all rooms. Two storage cupboards (one housing hot water tank). Loft access.
11’06 x 8’07 (3.53m x 2.62m) at max.
Spacious and bright lounge with large picture window affording views towards Loch Bracadale. Open fire with tiled surround.
12’01 x 14’01 (3.70m x 4.32m) at max.
Dual aspect room accessed by wooden external door. Selection of wall and base units with contrasting worktops over. Single sink and drainer. Space for appliances. Part tiled splash backs.
12’09 x 9’06 (3.91m x 2.90m)
Good size double room with built in mirrored wardrobes. Window to side.
10’05 x 12’09 (3.19m x 3.91m)
Double room with seaviews. Built in storage.
11’02 x 7’10 (3.40m x 2.40m)
Coloured suite comprising W.C., wash hand basin, shower adapted for disability. Wet wall covering to shower. Frosted window to front. Vinyl flooring.
4’11 x 7’09 (1.52m x 2.38m) at max
Single car garage with concrete flooring. Ample storage and work benches.
22’02 x 12’00 (6.78m x 3.68m)
A generous garden surrounds the property although this is mostly overgrown and in need of attention but does offer plenty of scope
Ose is a traditional crofting township lying between Struan and Dunvegan on the North West coast of Skye. In Ose itself there is a small gallery with café with other limited facilities available in Struan including a post office, outdoor clothing shop, second hand shop and café. Further facilities are available in Dunvegan which is popular with locals and tourists alike. Portree the Islands capital which is some 13 miles away taking the hill drive and here you would find the amenities expected of thriving areas. Primary schooling is available at both Struan and Dunvegan with secondary education in Portree. Overall the area enjoys stunning sea and Loch views, abundant walks and a wide variety of wildlife can be spotted. Places of historical interest include Dunvegan Castle, several Brochs and remains of Cairns which are all worth visiting.
From the south take the A863 towards Dunvegan and enter the township of Ose clearly marked on the road sign.