Bruach Na Mara is a charming two bedroom detached cottage in the small township of Ault A Chruinn which is nestled at the foot of the mountains of Kintail and located on the shore of Loch Duich. Beautiful views across the Loch, the surrounding landscape and mountains are afforded.
Externally the property is set within delightful low maintenance garden grounds. The garden is laid mainly to gravel with slabbed areas hosting well established flowers, shrubs and bushes. A static caravan lies to the side of the property offering potential additional family accommodation or holiday let potential. A parcel of land lies beyond this, which may be suitable for a variety of uses, subject to the obtaining of any necessary consents.
Bruach Na Mara is a truly charming and characterful property which would make a wonderful home or holiday home/buy to let property set in a picturesque location with local amenities within easy reach.
Three steps down to the UPVC glazed panel entrance door at the rear of the property provides access into the vestibule. Window to the side. Wood panelling to ceiling and half panelled walls with wallpaper above. Laminate floor. Access to kitchen via opening.
5’06” x 3’06” (1.69m x 1.07m)
Bright galley style kitchen. Range of wall and base units with contrasting worktop over. Stainless steel sink and drainer + mixer tap. Tiled splash back. Space for appliances. Picture window to the rear. Wood panelling to ceiling. Wall coverings are a mix of wood panelling, tiling and wallpaper. Access to Shower Room with W.C. and Living Room.
12’04” x 6’02” (3.77m x 1.89m)
Shower Room with W.C.
White wash hand basin and W.C. Seperate shower cubicle with mains shower. Wood floor. Wet walling on all walls. Built in storage cupboard. Loft hatch.
8’10” x 6’04” (2.69m x 1.93m) at max.
One step down from the kitchen into a welcoming living room. Window to the front affords lovely views across the garden and Loch. Stone fireplace & hearth housing an open fire. Carpet. Wallpaper. Beams to ceiling. Built in storage cupboard housing consumer unit. UPVC frosted glass door out into the front garden.
14’05” x 11’04” (4.40m x 3.45m)
An archway from the living room leads into a spacious dining room. Window to the front affords lovely views across the garden and Loch. Carpeted. Wallpapered. Beams to ceiling. Stairs to first floor.
11’05” x 10’09” (3.49m x 3.29m)
Carpeted stairs lead up to the first floor landing. Built in cupboard at stair turn with window above. Walls are part wood panelled and part wallpapered.
Carpeted landing area provides access to Shower Room with W.C. and two double bedrooms. Triple built in storage cupboard. Walls are part wood panelled and part wallpapered.
5’11” x 2’10” (1.80m x 0.87m)
Double bedroom. Window to the front with V Lining surround affords lovely views across the garden, mountains and Loch. Double built in storage cupboard. Wood floor. Walls are part wood panelled and part wallpapered. Coombed ceiling.
11’09” x 11’0” (3.58m x 3.36m) at max.
Double bedroom. Window to the front with V Lining surround affords lovely views across the garden, mountains and Loch. Wood floor. Walls are part wood panelled and part wallpapered. Coombed ceiling.
11’06” x 10’10” (3.50m x 3.30m)
Cloakroom with W.C.
White W.C. and wash hand basin. Vinyl floor. Walls are part tiled and part wallpapered.
3’04” x 3’01” (1.02m x 0.94m)
Attached to the side of the property and currently used as an office this useful store offers flexible options for use. Base units with contrasting worktop over. Window to the side. Carpeted. Wallpapered.
8’08” x 7’07” (2.65m x 2.32m)
The good sized garden surrounds the property and is mainly gravelled with concrete slabbed areas hosting a variety of trees and shrubs. The concrete/stone area to the front of the property provides the perfect spot to sit and enjoy the beautiful views on offer.
To the side of the property lies a greenhouse and a good sized timber shed with electricity connection, providing space for external storage. A static caravan lies to the other side and offers potential additional family accommodation or holiday let potential.
An enclosed parcel of land beyond the caravan could offer a variety of options for use subject to obtaining any necessary consents.
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
Ault A Chruinn is a small township in the area of Shiel Bridge. With the famous Five Sisters of Kintail right on the door step and the Falls of Glomach, one of the highest waterfalls in Britain, close by it is a paradise for walkers and climbers. Just over 3 miles away is the village of Inverinate which has a petrol station & shop. The village of Dornie is approximately 8 miles away and this is where the world-famous Eilean Donan Castle is located. Here you will find a local shop, hotel, public bar and Post Office. The larger village of Kyle of Lochalsh is some 15 miles away and has a range of amenities on offer, including a supermarket, shops, garage, post office, leisure centre, medical practice and dentists. Primary schooling is available in Inverinate with secondary schooling in Plockton to which a school bus service runs daily. A regular train and bus service operates out of Kyle to Inverness the capital of the Highlands. Kyle is also home to the Skye Bridge that provides access onto the Isle of Skye and all of the visitor attractions it has to offer.
From the A87 (coming from Inverness direction) take the right turn signposted Ault A Chruinn which is just before you reach the Shiel Causeway. Follow the road round sharply to the left and the property can be found approx. 100m on the left hand side (opposite the post box on the right).