Ardmhor is an impressive detached extended 1930’s villa located in the very popular village of Kyleakin. Occupying a desirable position overlooking Loch Alsh, beautiful views across the water to Kyle, the hills of Applecross, the Skye Bridge, the Isle of Raasay and beyond are afforded.
Ardmhor offers a very spacious home set over one and a half storeys with many original features including wooden doors, cornicing and high ceilings resulting in a property oozing with charm and character. The accommodation within comprises: entrance vestibule, hall, kitchen, breakfast (family) room, living room, dining room, bathroom with W.C., six double bedrooms and a shower room with W.C. The property benefits from oil central heating and UPVC double glazing.
Externally the property is set within well maintained garden grounds. The beautiful garden to the front has an array of established shrubs and affords views over the Loch and the surrounding landscape. A private gated driveway to the side leads to space for a number of vehicles to park.
Ardmhor would make a wonderful home set in the popular village of Kyleakin boasting beautiful sea and landscape views, all within easy reach of the village itself, Kyle and the local amenities on offer.
Accessed directly off Kyleside, a private drive to the left of the property leads to an area for parking. Three steps up from the path lead to the front entrance.
Wooden door with glass panel above leads into the vestibule, with an original tiled floor. Space for coats/out door wear. Wallpapered. A decorative glazed panel wooden door leads into the hall.
5’00” x 4’0” (1.55m x 1.22m)
Spacious hall providing access to the living room, dining room, bathroom, two bedrooms, , the breakfast room and stairs to the first floor. Original decorative arch. Built in under stair storage cupboard. Carpeted. Wallpapered. Consumer unit housed in overhead cupboard.
14’05” x 11’03” (4.42m x 3.45m) at max.
Breakfast (Family) Room
Glass panelled wooden door leads into a bright welcoming room providing space for dining. Window to each side. Hatch through to kitchen. Carpeted. Wallpapered.
13’05” x 8’06” (4.10m x 2.60m) at max.
Glass panelled wooden door leads into the spacious kitchen fitted with a selection of base units with contrasting worktops over. Stainless steel sink and drainer with mixer tap. Oil fired range cooker. Space for appliances. Vinyl flooring. Picture window and UPVC glazed door to the side. Access to the rear hall.
16’01” x 10’01” (4.92m x 3.09m)
Spacious bright room with a feature tiled fireplace, surround and hearth. Bay windows to the front allow in floods of natural light and maximise the views of the beautiful garden to the front, the Loch and the landscape beyond. Window to the side. Carpeted. Neutral wallpaper.
16’04” x 15’09” (4.98m x 4.80m) at max.
Spacious bright room with a feature tiled fireplace, surround and hearth. Bay windows to the front allow in floods of natural light and maximise the views of the beautiful garden to the front, the Loch and the landscape beyond. Original cornicing. Carpeted. Neutral wallpaper.
16’05” x 15’06” (5.02m x 4.72m) at max.
Double bedroom currently set as a twin with picture window to the rear looking across the garden. Carpeted. Neutral decor.
10’10” x 10’10” (3.31m x 3.31m)
Three piece cream suite comprising bath, W.C. and wash hand basin. Electric shower over bath. Fully tiled walls. Heated towel rail. Carpeted. Frosted window to the rear.
7’03” x 5’10” (2.23m x 1.78m)
Bedroom Two (office)
Accessed from the hall, good size double bedroom currently being used as an office. Window to the rear looking across the garden. Carpeted. Neutral wallpaper.
10’10” x 10’08” (3.31m x 3.25m)
Accessed from the kitchen, the rear hall provides access to two bedrooms and a shower room with W.C. Built in storage cupboard. Carpeted. Neutral decor.
8’06” x 2’11” (2.60m x 0.9m)
Currently used as the master, good size double bedroom with two picture windows to the rear looking across the garden. Carpeted. Neutral decor.
10’05” x 8’0” (3.19m x 2.46m)
Bedroom Four (dressing room)
Good size double bedroom with picture window to the rear looking across the garden. Two built in storage cupboards, one of which houses the hot water cylinder. Carpeted. Neutral decor.
11’03” x 10’05” (3.45m x 3.19m) at max.
Shower Room with W.C.
White W.C. and cream wash hand basin with tiled splash back. Seperate shower cubicle with mixer shower and tiled walls. Built in storage cupboard. Frosted window to the side. Loft hatch.
9’11’ x 4’08” (3.04m x 1.44m) at max.
Carpeted stairs lead from the hall to the first floor. Access provided to two bedrooms. Window to the front with views across the Loch. Wallpapered.
Double bedroom currently used for storage. Window to rear. Coombed ceilings with good head height. White wash hand basin with tiled splash back. Access to floored eaves storage space. Carpeted. Wallpapered.
14’0” x 11’04” (4.27m x 3.47m)
Double bedroom currently used as a sewing room. Window to rear. Coombed ceilings with good head height. White wash hand basin with tiled splash back. Built in storage cupboards (two small doubles and a small single). Access to partially floored eaves storage space. Carpeted. Wallpapered.
13’10” x 11’09” (4.22m x 3.58m)
A delightful enclosed mature garden surrounds the property with a gravel pathway leading around the exterior. A pathway leads from the garden gate to the front entrance. The beautiful garden to the front has an array of established shrubs on one side, providing a variety of colour and interest, and is mainly laid to lawn on the other side. The private gated driveway to the side leads to an area for a number of vehicles to park. The rear garden is mainly laid to lawn with some established shrubs. A detached garage, timber shed and a block built store lie to the rear and provide ample external storage. A greenhouse lies to the side towards the rear.
**PLEASE NOTE** The electric cooker, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, tumble dryer and all light fittings and curtains are included in the sale of Ardmhor.
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
Kyleakin on the Isle of Skye is a friendly, popular village which has many facilities on offer including a village shop, café, hotels and pubs, along with a popular community centre. Kyleakin is connected via the Skye Bridge to the larger village of Kyle and is well placed to access the amenities that this larger village has to offer including a supermarket, shops, post office, hairdresser, bank, leisure centre/swimming pool and with facilities of a modern medical centre and dentists. A regular bus service runs between both of these villages. Primary schooling is available in Kyleakin, with secondary schooling in nearby Plockton.
On reaching the Kyleakin roundabout after crossing the Skye Bridge, take the first exit. On entering the village and after passing the village hall, Ardmhor is the 3rd property on the right hand side.