An Taigh Breac, 17 Kilmuir is a traditional detached three bedroom 1 1/2 storey croft house located in the popular village of Dunvegan affording views over the surrounding croft land and the MacLeods Tables.
An Taigh Breac is a well presented three bedroom traditional croft house located in the popular village of Dunvegan affording views over the surrounding croft land and the MacLeods Tables. The property has been well maintained by the current owners and is presented in walk in condition with bright and spacious living accommodation.
The generous accommodation within is set out over two floors and comprises of entrance porch, hallway, bedroom, lounge, dining room, utility room, kitchen, rear porch and bathroom on the ground floor with two double bedrooms and box room located on the first floor. The property further benefits from UPVC double glazing throughout, oil fired central heating, ample storage and generous garden grounds.
The property is surrounded by beautiful fully enclosed garden grounds which host areas of lawn with mature trees, bushes and shrubs. Ample parking is provided to the rear of the property on the tarmac driveway.
An Taigh Breac presents a wonderful opportunity to purchase a lovely family home and must be viewed to appreciate what is on offer.
The entrance porch is accessed via a half glazed UPVC door. Window to front aspect. Access to hallway via decorative glazed wooden door. Tiled floor. Painted in neutral tones.
2.29m x 1.65m (7’05” x 5’05”)
U-shaped hallway providing access to lounge, kitchen, utility room, dining room, bathroom and bedroom with stairs leading off to the first floor. Large under stair storage cupboard. Partial V-lining to walls. Carpeted. Velux window to rear allowing in natural light.
4.16m x 5.72m (13’07” x 18’09”) at max.
Spacious and bright dual aspect lounge with windows to the front and side aspect. Feature fireplace with cast iron surround and tile hearth housing wood burning stove. Opening through to dining room. Carpeted. Painted.
4.09m x 3.52m (13’05” x 11’06”)
Dining room with window to the side elevation. Carpeted. Painted. Door off to Hallway.
3.41m x 2.81m (11’02” x 9’02”)
Modern fitted kitchen with a good range of base and wall units with contrasting worktops over with tile splash back. White composite one and a half bowl sink. 4 ring gas hob. Free standing electric oven and hob. Dual aspect room with windows to the rear and side elevations. Partial V-lining. Painted. Tile flooring.
3.41m x 3.25m (11’02” x 10’07”)
Good size rear porch giving access to kitchen. A UPVC half glazed door leads to the back garden. Vinyl floor. Painted.
1.32m x 2.11m (4’03” x 6’11”)
Utility room accessed from hallway. Worktop with stainless steel sink. Space for white goods. Window to rear elevation. Vinyl floor. Painted.
2.43m x 1.93m (7’11” x 6’04”)
Bright and airy double bedroom with window to the front elevation. Carpeted. Painted in neutral tones.
4.04m x 2.94m (13’03” x 09’07”)
3-piece comprising of W.C, wash hand basin and bath with electric shower over. Frosted window to rear elevation. Tile splash back. V-lining to dado height. Built in storage cupboard. Vinyl flooring. Painted.
2.34m x 1.76m (7’07” x 5’09”) at max.
Stairs leading to bright landing which offers access to two double bedrooms and box room. Velux window to rear elevation. Carpeted. Painted. Loft access.
2.44m x 2.10m (8’00” x 2’10”) at max.
Large double bedroom with window to front aspect affording partial sea views. Coombed ceiling. Carpeted. Painted.
3.89m x 3.83m (13’00” x 12’06”)
Double bedroom with window to front elevation. Coombed ceiling. Carpeted. Painted.
4.00m x 3.47m (13’01” x 11’04”)
Small box room with window to front elevation. Consumer unit housing. Painted. Carpeted.
2.13m x 1.71m (6’11 x 5’07”)
An Taigh Breac sits within generous fully enclosed garden grounds. The mature gardens are mainly laid to lawn with established trees, shrubs and bushes. The garden grounds also host a small pond. Off street parking is available via a tarmac driveway to the rear of the property providing space for several cars. There are three timber sheds with the larger shed benefiting from light and power.
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 pretty and popular village of Dunvegan is located on the West coast of the island and has a good selection of local services. The facilities include grocers shops, hotels, a bakers shop, restaurants, petrol stations, a primary school and modern medical centre. It is also home to the world famous Dunvegan Castle and visitor centre. Portree, the island’ capital town is some 22 miles away and here you will find enhanced services including a hospital and secondary school.
From Portree take the A87 trunk road towards Dunvegan, at the Borve junction take the A850 to Dunvegan, continue towards Dunvegan and take the road on your left signposted for Kilmuir. Number 17's driveway is the
5th on your right hand side and is the last house on the shared driveway.