Bidean an Eoin Dearg presents a charming 1 3/4 storey traditional stone property located in an idyllic tranquil setting from where fantastic panoramic views across Camuscross Bay and the surrounding area are afforded. The property is presented in walk in condition an ideal purchaser for buy to let or holiday let.
Occupying a highly desirable position Bidean an Eoin Dearg offers comfortable living accommodation in a very pretty crofting area on the popular Sleat peninsula.
This spacious property offers a comfortable home with the accommodation comprising: – Conservatory, Hall, Lounge, Kitchen/Dining with Two Bedrooms and Bathroom on the first floor. Panoramic views are afforded across the Sound of Sleat towards the mainland and every room offers a vantage point to views across the area, whilst also allowing lots of natural light.
The property has been maintained to the highest level with recent upgrade works including interior and exterior painting, exterior fencing, new double glazed windows and two new Dimplex Quantum total control energy efficient heaters.
‘Bidean an Eoin Dearg’ is neutrally decorated throughout and is well co-ordinated, overall, there is an excellent blend of traditional and modern features, resulting in a property that is oozing with character and is bright and airy throughout.
The garden surrounds the property and has been landscaped carefully with various seating areas being created to sit and enjoy the excellent widespread views across the area and beyond
There may be an opportunity to purchase extra land through separate negotiation.
All furniture is included in the sale.
Spacious conservatory which acts as entrance vestibule. Stunning views from all angles. Ceramic flooring.
10’5” x 10” 2” (3.20m x 3.12m)
Entrance hall with access to all ground floor rooms. Stairs to first floor. Two large storage cupboards (one with fitted shelving). Carpet. Heater.
8’2” x 7’00” (2.51m x 2.15m)
Bright and airy room with large window to front allowing natural light to flood in whilst also providing opportunities to absorb views across the entire area. Feature wood burning stove with slate hearth. Carpet. Heater.
11′ 11” x 11” 11” (3.64m x 3.53m)
Open plan style kitchen with selection of pine front wall and base units with marble effect worktops over. 1 1/2 sink with mixer tap and drainer. Part tiled splash backs. Large window to front. Vinyl flooring. Heater.
11’10” x 10′ 7” (3.62m x 3.23m)
Carpeted stairs lead to first floor landing. Picture window to rear. Window shelf. Hatch to loft. Fuse boxes. Carpet.
Double bedroom with window to front. Fitted cupboard. Carpet. Storage heater
12’11” x 11′ 8” (3.95m x 3.58m)
Three piece suite comprising W.C., wash hand basin and bath with electric shower over. Large window to front. Vinyl flooring. Chrome heated towel rail.
7’5” x 5′ 10” (2.15m x 1.79m)
Twin bedroom with window to front. Fitted cupboard. Carpet. Storage heater.
12’11” x 10′ 7” (3.95m x 3.24m)
Entry onto the property is directly off the quiet township road via a wooden gate and onto the gravel area that provides parking and turning space. A fully enclosed garden area surrounds the property which is mainly laid to lawn and gravel. The garden is well planted with bushes, trees and shrubs, with the hedge also providing privacy. A concrete floored garden shed lies to the rear of the property and a good sized green house lies to the front of the property.
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
Camuscross is a small friendly township located near Isleornsay in the south east of Skye on the popular Sleat peninsula which boast a natural water harbour and is therefore popular for boat enthusiasts. The area is one of the Islands most sought after locations and is known as the ‘Garden of Skye’ due to its luscious greenery, forestry walks and countryside along with the beautiful coast line and secluded bays from where an abundance of wildlife can be spotted. Closest facilities include The Eilean Iarmain Hotel with bar and restaurant, seasonal ‘whisky tasting’ shop and gallery. Recently an impressive new community hub, An Crubh has opened its doors which includes a shop, post office, cafe/restaurant and gathering hall where various events take place. Broadford is c. 8 miles away and is the nearest main village where you will find a good range of amenities.
Continue along the A881 towards Armadale until you reach the turn off for Isle Ornsay (approximately 7miles from Broadford) continue down until you reach a turn off to the right for camuscross. At the next junction take the high road and follow the hill right up to the end. Number 38 lies at the turn point at the end of the road.