63 Inverarish Terrace, Isle of Raasay, Inverarish

Offers in the region of £59000 are invited

63 Inverarish Terrace is a one bedroom mid terraced property and was originally built as a home for the miners. In need renovation throughout, this property offers the potential to purchase an affordable quaint property on the Isle of Raasay which would make an ideal holiday let or quaint home.

Located in the small village of Inverarish on the famous Isle of Raasay 63 Inverarish Terrace is in need of  renovation and upgrading throughout, but offers the potential to purchase an affordable property which can be upgraded to your own taste and specification. The property is bright and airy and still retains many original features such as v-lined doors, sash windows and a feature fire in the living room.   There is a delightful raised grassed garden area to the rear, and on street parking and a fenced drying green to the front.  The property is ideally situated opposite Raasay Stores and is a short drive from Raasay House, the new Raasay Distillery and ferry terminal.  This property has the potential to be a quaint home or holiday letting property on the beautiful Isle of Raasay.

Ground Floor


Two steps from outside lead to a half double glazed UPVC door into a small kitchen/scullery area. Base units and one wall unit. Stainless steel sink. Vinyl flooring. Wall papered. Single glazed window to front. Access up step into living room. Fuse Box.
6’10” x 6’06” (2.09m x 1.60m) at max.

Living Room

Large living area with two single glazed sash windows to the front. Carpet. Wallpapered. Feature electric fire with red brick surround.  Built in storage cupboard and small alcove.  Loft access. Access to bathroom, bedroom and scullery.

15’04” x 15’01” (4.69m x 4.61m) at max.


A good size double room with half glazed UPVC double glazed door and window to rear, with the door providing access to the rear garden.  Three built in storage cupboards, one housing the hot water tank. Wallpapered. Carpeted.  Accessed via v-lined door from living room.

12’05” x 9’03” (3.81m x 2.84m)


Small space separating living room from bathroom.  Wallpapered. Carpet.

3’02” x 2’10” (0.97m x 0.87m)


Small bathroom with three piece white suite including bath, sink and W.C.  White tile splash surrounding bath and at sink.  Wallpapered.  Carpeted. Frosted single glazed window to rear.

8’10” x 4’05” (2.71m x 1.36m)



Two concrete steps lead to the front door of the property with a small pebbled area and bin storage. There is also on street parking and a small fully enclosed grassed drying green. To the rear is a further raised area of garden laid mainly to grass, with a few trees and shrubs and provides spectacular views towards Glamaig.  There is a joint access gravel path that runs behind all the houses on Inverarish Terrace.

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 inbetween the houses, then take the second lane on your left. The house is second from the end.