Camus Doran (Bay of the Otter) is a substantial three bedroom house occupying an elevated position the idyllic village of Isle Ornsay affording stunning views over Loch Na Dal and the Sound of Sleat towards Glenelg and Knoydart
Camus Doran is a spacious three bedroom property set within generous garden grounds of approximately 2.4 acres or thereby (to be confirmed by title deeds) in a stunning elevated position boasting widespread sea and mountain views. The property offers ample living space together with well-appointed bedrooms and a large lounge / dining room. The main house was built in the late 1970’s and extended in 2002. The windows in the kitchen, lounge and master bedroom offer breath-taking views over the bay.
The spacious accommodation within is set out over one floor and comprises: entrance vestibule, hall, living room / dining room, kitchen, master bedroom with ensuite shower room and dressing room, two further bedrooms and a family bathroom. There is also an integral garage providing undercover parking and storage. The property also benefits from double glazing throughout and electric central heating.
Externally the property sits within extensive, well maintained garden grounds of approximately 2.4 acres or thereby (to be confirmed by title deeds). The driveway provides ample space for parking and leads to an integral garage. The attractive garden grounds are a combination of lawn and shrubs and mature trees. There is also a small pond and an area of natural woodland leading to the shore. As the property has shore frontage there is the potential for a boat mooring in the sheltered bay.
Camus Doran provides a fantastic opportunity to purchase a charming home and must be viewed to fully appreciate the beautiful setting and views on offer.
Welcoming entrance vestibule accessed via a timber external door. Frosted windows along one wall. Painted in neutral tones. Carpeted. Access to hall.
0.90m x 2.55m (2’11” x 8’04”).
Hall provides access to lounge/dining room, kitchen, three bedrooms and bathroom. Two large storage cupboards. Painted in neutral tones. Laminate flooring. Two windows to front elevation.
17.77m x 1.88m (58’03” x 6’01”) at max.
Lounge / Dining Room
Large, bright room with feature fire place with stone hearth and electric fire. Windows to rear elevation affording spectacular views towards the garden and over the bay. Carpeted. Painted in neutral tones. Access to store room which houses the consumer unit and central heating boiler.
5.43m x 10.69m (17’09” x 35’00”).
Generously proportioned kitchen diner with a range of wall and floor units. Integrated oven and gas hob. Tiled at splash back. Vinyl flooring. Painted in neutral tones. Window to rear affording spectacular views towards the garden and over the bay. Access to garage.
4.60m x 6.40m (15’01” x 21’00”) at max.
Large Master Suite comprising king-sized bedroom, en suite shower room and dressing area. The bedroom is carpeted and painted in neutral tones. A window to the rear affords spectacular views towards the garden and over the bay. Built in wardrobe.
5.43m x 4.35m (17’09” x 14’03”).
En Suite Shower Room
Shower Room with W.C, 2 wash hand basins and shower cubicle with electric shower. Tiled at shower and wash hand basins. Painted in neutral tones. Extractor. Shelving providing storage.
2.90m x 1.78m (9’06” x 5’10”).
Dressing area between bedroom and en suite shower room. Wooden flooring. Window to rear elevation. Washing machine and tumble dryer. Loft access. Painted in neutral tones.
1.79m x 3.53m (5’10” x 11’07”).
Family bathroom comprising W.C., wash hand basin, bath and walk in shower with electric shower. Vinyl flooring. Painted in neutral tones. Heated towel rail. Extractor. Respatex wet wall at shower and bath.
3.32m x 2.48m (10’10” x 8’01”).
King-size, south facing bedroom with built in wardrobe and access to a large dressing room. Patio doors lead to a small garden area. Wooden flooring.
5.83m x 4.42m (19’01” x 14’06”).
Generously sized dressing room with wooden flooring. Windows to side elevation. Loft access.
1.83m x 5.88m (5’11” x 19.03″).
King-size bedroom with window to the rear elevation boasting beautiful sea views. Painted in neutral tones. Carpeted. Built in wardrobe.
5.42m x 3.96m (17’09” x 12’11”).
Externally the property sits within extensive, well maintained garden grounds of approximately 2.4 acres or thereby (to be confirmed by title deeds). The driveway provides ample space for parking and leads to an integral garage. The attractive garden grounds are a combination of lawn and shrubs and mature trees. There is also a small pond and and an area of natural woodland leading to the shore. As the property has beach frontage there is the potential for a boat mooring in the sheltered bay. At the rear of the garage is a small greenhouse / lean-to which offers a sheltered space in which to sit and take in the views.
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 village of Isle Ornsay is located within the beautiful Sleat Peninsula in the South of the Isle of Skye. Located around 9 miles from the bustling village of Broadford, where all required amenities can be found such as a modern medical practice, newly built community hospital, supermarket and a range of shops, alongside a number of hotels and restaurants. The location offers the perfect blend of rural tranquillity with easy access to the main route and facilities. Armadale Castle and gardens, the ferry terminal for Mallaig and a selection of shops are all a short drive from the property. Restaurants and pubs are located close by at The Duisdale Hotel and Hotel Eileen Iarmain.
From the A87 take the A851 signposted to Armadale. Follow the road passing the Duisdale House Hotel on the right hand side. The entrance for Camus Doran is the second driveway on the left after the hotel.