Benarty is a stunning three bedroom, detached 1930’s villa located in the very popular village of Kyle, occupying a desirable elevated location from where there are lovely views across Kyle Village, the surrounding landscape and across Loch Alsh to the Isle of Skye.
Benarty offers a spacious home with many original features including wooden floors and doors, sympathetically restored sash windows with original stained glass, feature fireplaces, cornicing and high ceilings resulting in a property oozing with charm and character.
The accommodation within comprises: entrance vestibule, hallway, kitchen, living room, bathroom with W.C. and seperate shower cubicle and three double bedrooms, one of which is currently used as a dining room/study. The property benefits from oil central heating and UPVC double glazing.
Accessed directly off Main Street, a private drive leads to steps, a graduated gravel path and a further set of steps to the front entrance of the property.
UPVC stained glass panel door leads into the porch, with original tiled floor. Space for coats/out door wear. An original glazed panel wooden door leads into the hallway.
7’07” x 3’01” (2.31m x 0.96m)
Spacious hall, providing access to all of the living accommodation. Wooden floor. Painted. Built in storage cupboard housing the heating controls. Frosted glass panels in ceiling allowing in natural light.
30’02” x 3’0” (9.21m x 0.92m) at max.
A modern, fitted kitchen with a selection of base units with contrasting worktops over. Single sink and drainer with mixer tap. Integrated electric oven and hob. Extractor hood. Integrated fridge freezer and dishwasher. Picture window to rear and velux window above. Vinyl flooring. UPVC wooden door to rear garden.
Opening through to small utility Area. Window to rear. Worktops either side. Space for appliances. Shelving. Vinyl flooring. Painted.
21’07” x 10’06”(6.60m x 3.22m)
Large, bright room with a feature tiled fireplace, hearth and an open fire. Bay windows to the front maximise the views on offer and allow floods of natural light in. Window to the side. Wooden floor. Painted.
14’10” x 10’01” (4.53m x 3.07m)
Large, bright room with a feature tiled fireplace, hearth and an open fire (currently not in use). Bay windows to the front maximise the views on offer and allow floods of natural light in. Wooden floor. Painted. This room is currently used as a Dining Room/Study.
14’10” x 10’01” (4.53m x 3.07m)
Spacious double bedroom with double picture windows to the rear. Carpeted. Painted. Blocked off fireplace.
14’06” x 8’02”(4.42m x 2.50m)
Spacious double bedroom with picture window to the rear. Carpeted. Painted. Blocked off fireplace.
14’07” x 8’11” (4.46m x 2.73m)
Modern three piece white suit comprising bath, W.C. and wash hand basin. Seperate shower cubicle with electric shower. Wet walling around shower cubicle. Tiled splash back around bath and wash hand basin. Frosted window to the rear. Painted. Vinyl flooring.
7’07” x 5’05” (2.31m x 1.66m)
An enclosed mature garden surrounds the property and a gravel pathway leads around the exterior. The garden is mainly laid to lawn with some established shrubs and trees. Two timber sheds, located to the front and side, provide external storage. A concrete store is at the rear of the property and is currently used for storing wood. The drive leading to the steps to the property provides private parking.
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
Kyle of Lochalsh is a large busy village and offers all the amenities you would expect of a thriving area with a supermarket, garage, several shops, hotels and restaurants and with facilities of a dentist, medical centre, swimming pool & gym. There are bus and railway links, with a regular train service operating to Inverness the capital of the Highlands, which is approximately 82 miles to the east. The famous village of Plockton, with the picturesque harbour is just 6 miles away and here you will also find secondary schooling, with primary schooling available in Kyle itself. The location offers all the advantages of village living and yet is close enough to the many hill and coastal walks, mountain trails and places of interest to visit, with the toll free bridge providing direct access to the beautiful Isle of Skye and all the features it has to offer
Take the road signposted towards Plockton, via Kyle Main Street. The Police Station is on the right hand side and just after this the driveway to Benarty is located on the right.