Arduaine, 27 Kilmuir is a substantial five bedroom house located in the popular village of Dunvegan affording widespread views over the surrounding croft land and towards MacLeod’s Tables.
Arduaine, is set within the peaceful crofting township of Kilmuir in Dunvegan located close the village and all the amenities on offer. The property would benefit from a slight degree of modernisation however it still retains a warm, welcoming homely feeling throughout.
The accommodation within is set out over two floors and comprises of Storm Porch, Hallway, Lounge, Kitchen, Dining Room, Three Bedrooms, Cloakroom, Utility Room, Shower Room and Rear Porch on the ground floor. There are two further bedrooms and a shower room on the first floor. The property benefits from UPVC double glazing throughout, gas-fired central heating downstairs, electric storage heating upstairs, an open fire in the lounge and large private garden grounds extending to approximately 0.5 acres or thereby (to be confirmed by title deeds).
The large garden grounds are mainly laid to lawn with mature shrubs, bushes and trees. At the rear of the house is a small patio area affording views over the garden towards Macleod’s Tables. Parking is provided on a driveway at either side of the property and there is also a detached garage. In addition to the house and garden is approximately 0.1 acres of owner occupied croft land (to be confirmed by title deed).
Arduaine presents a wonderful opportunity to purchase a lovely home in the ever popular village of Dunvegan and must be viewed to fully appreciate what is on offer.
** Furniture may be available by separate negotiation **
The storm porch at the front door has a terracotta tiled floor and windows to the front and side.
2.23m x 0.89m (7’03” x 2’11”).
Enter via a wooden door. The hall provides access to the kitchen, cloakroom and utility room. Vinyl tiled flooring. Wallpapered.
1.91m x 1.16m (6’03” x 3’09”).
Good size cloakroom comprising white W.C. and wash hand basin. Vinyl flooring. Walls are tiled and painted. Frosted window to side elevation.
1.43m x 1.91m (4’08” x 6’03”).
Accessed from the hall via a solid wooden door, the large utility room has stainless steel sink and drainer and offers plenty of room for white goods.. Window to side elevation. Vinyl flooring. Painted.
4.59m x 2.68m (15’00” x 8’09”)
Large dining kitchen with a good range of wall and floor units. Two built in storage cupboards. Stainless steel sink and drainer with mixer tap. Integrated electric hob. Gas fired Rayburn with wooden surround and tiled splash back. Access to lounge and inner hall. Double glazed window to front offering view over open croft land. Vinyl flooring. Wallpapered. A 15 pane glazed wooden door leads from the entrance hall.
6.12m x 3.83m (20’00” x 12’06”) at max.
Accessed from the kitchen via a solid wooden door. Large patio door to rear allowing access to garden and patio area. Spectacular views of the garden and towards Macleod’s Tables. Feature fireplace with stone surround and tiled hearth. Carpeted. Wallpapered.
3.58m x 6.04m (11’08” x 19’09”).
Accessed from the kitchen via a solid wooden door. The inner hallway in carpeted and wallpapered and offers access to the dining room, shower room, three bedrooms and the rear porch. Wooden stairs lead to the upper floor.
4.78m x 4.76m (15’08” x 15’07”) at max.
A bright, good size room with a window to the rear affording views of the garden and towards Macleod’s tables. Carpeted. Painted.
3.58m x 2.46m (11’08” x 8’00”).
Large, bright shower room comprising white W.C., wash hand basin and disabled access shower unit with electric Mira Advance shower. Vinyl flooring. Walls are tiled and wallpapered. Respatex wet wall at shower and basin. Frosted window to front elevation.
2.42m x 1.86m (7’11” x 6’01”).
Small double bedroom with window to front elevation. Carpeted. Painted.
2.42m x 2.74m (7’11” x 8’11”).
Spacious, bright double bedroom with window to front elevation. Built in storage. Carpeted. Wallpapered.
3.51m x 3.58m (11’06” x 11’08”).
Large, bright double bedroom with window to rear affording views of the garden and Macleod’s Tables. Built in wardrobes. Carpeted. Painted.
3.81m x 3.58m (12’06” x 11’09”).
Accessed from inner hall the rear porch has a tiled floor and a window looking to the garden. A uPVC double glazed door leads to the garden and a small patio area. Painted.
1.16m x 1.21m (3’09” x 3’11”).
The landing provides access to two bedrooms and a shower room. Carpeted. painted. Built in storage cupboard.
Generous and bright double bedroom with a slightly coombed ceiling. Window to side elevation and a Velux window in ceiling. Carpeted. Painted.
451m x 4.64m (14’09” x 15’02”).
Large room with window to side elevation and two Velux windows in coombed ceiling. Built in wardrobe. Carpeted. Wallpapered.
8.58m x 4.65m (28’01” x 15’02”).
Large shower room with four piece suite comprising W.C., wash hand basin, bidet and shower unit with electric shower. Velux window to front. Vinyl flooring. Tiles and Respatex at shower. Tiled at wash hand basin. Painted.
3.14m x 1.99m (10’3″ x 6’06”).
Arduaine is set within neat and well maintained garden grounds which are mainly laid to lawn with established shrubs and bushes. There is a driveway at either side of the property and a detached garage. The garden also hosts a wooden garden shed and a clothes drying area. Spectacular views are afforded from the garden and rear patio towards Macleod’s Tables. In addition to the house and garden is approximately 0.1 acres of owner occupied croft land (to be confirmed by title deed).
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 grocery, 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. Ard Uaine, is the second house on the right.