Burnside, 2 Dunhallin, Waternish

Offers over £135000 are invited

Burnside is a traditional detached two bedroom cottage set within generous garden grounds in the picturesque crofting township of Dunhallin, Waternish. Occupying an elevated position the property boasts far reaching sea views over The Minch out towards The Outer Hebrides beyond.

Burnside is a traditional cottage, set in an elevated position in the picturesque township of Dunhallin on the Waternish peninsula, offering panoramic views over The Minch and the Outer Hebrides beyond. The property would benefit from modernisation and upon completion would make a lovely permanent home, ideal holiday letting property or second home.

The accommodation within is set out over one level and comprises of entrance porch, lounge, hall, kitchen, shower room and two bedrooms. The property further benefits from UPVC double glazing throughout, solid fuel central heating and generous garden grounds.

Burnside would make a comfortable home or holiday retreat set in a breath-taking position offering panoramic sea views. Viewing is highly recommended to appreciate the setting.

Ground Floor

Entrance Porch

Entrance porch accessed via half glazed UPVC door. Windows to front and side elevation affording views towards the Minch and Outer Hebrides. Access to lounge via 1/2 glazed door. Stone floor.  Painted in neutral tones.

1.41m x 1.13m (4’07” x 3’08”)


Bright lounge with window to the front affording sea views.  Working fireplace with tile surround and hearth. Door to inner hallway. Carpeted. Wallpaper. Consumer unit.

3.94m x 3.39m (12’11” x 11’01”)


Access to lounge, two bedrooms, kitchen and bathroom. Loft access. Carpeted. Wallpaper.

2.64m x 0.73m (8.07″ x 2’04”)


Limited range of base and wall units with contrasting worktop. Stainless steel sink and drainer.  Painted. Vinyl flooring. UPVC door with glass panel off to side.

2.54m x 2.70m (8’04” x 8’10”)

Bedroom One

Good size double bedroom with two windows to front affording sea views. Carpeted. Wallpaper.

3.71m x 3.40m (12,01″ x 11’01”)

Bedroom Two

Small single bedroom with window to rear. Carpeted. Wallpaper.

2.61m x 2.54m (8’06” x 8’04”)

Shower Room

Shower room with white suite comprising of  W.C, wash hand basin and disabled access shower. Frosted window to the rear. Wet wall to shower enclosure. Vinyl flooring. Painted.

2.18m x 1.71m (7’01” x 5’07”)



Burnside sits within generous garden grounds to the front and rear of the property.  Off street parking is available via the driveway.  The garden grounds are mainly laid to grass with a drying area to the rear and a small burn to the side. There is also small shed located in the garden.

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


Dunhallin forms part of the larger area known as Waternish on the north west of the Island and home to one of Skye’s oldest hostelries – The Stein Inn. Other local attractions include the award winning ‘Skye Skyns’ – a working tannery, the Lochbay Restaurant, a dive centre and art galleries. The closest village is Dunvegan some 5 miles away which has good local services including shops, hotels and restaurants and the world famous Dunvegan Castle. The Island’s capital is some 21 miles to the south and has all the services and facilities you would expect of a growing town including secondary schooling and a cottage hospital. Primary education is currently offered at Knockbreck school close by.


From Portree take the A87 towards Dunvegan, continue on this road until you reach the turn off on your right hand side for Waternish. Follow the B886 Waternish road and you will come to the township of Lochbay. At the T junction turn right and follow the township road past Skye Skyns and Waternish Hall. Burnside will be clearly marked on your right hand side after Waternish Hall.