Dunalton, Bornesketaig, Bornesketaig

Offers in the region of £159000 are invited

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Dunalton is a detached four bedroom bungalow set within generous garden grounds in the scenic township of Bornesketaig from where far reaching views over the surrounding croft land towards the Minch are enjoyed. 

Dunalton is a well presented four bedroom bungalow situated in the stunning Trotternish Peninsula in North Skye offering widespread views. The accommodation within is set over one level and comprises of; Entrance porch, hallway, lounge, kitchen,  bathroom and four bedrooms. The property is neutrally decorated throughout and is presented in walk-in condition, further benefits include UPVC double glazing, electric heating and ample built in storage.

Externally, the property sits in substantial, well maintained garden grounds which is mainly laid to grass with mature bushes and shrubs. Additionally there is a detached garage to the side of the property. Dunalton is accessed via a gravel driveway which also provides ample parking.

This property presents a fantastic opportunity to purchase a lovely home or holiday retreat in the stunning Trotternish Peninsula in North Skye.

Ground Floor

Entrance Porch

Glazed UPVC external door with side panel leads into storm porch. Tile flooring. Frosted glass door with side panel provides access to hallway.

4’02 x 2’04 (1.29m x 0.73m)


T-shaped hallway providing access to all accommodation within. Built in storage cupboard. Carpeted. Neutral decor. Loft Access.

19’05 x 12’07 (5.93m x 3.85m) at max.


Bright dual aspect lounge with windows to the front and side allowing natural light to flood the room. Carpeted. Neutral decor.

16’11 x 9’01 (5.16m x 2.77m)


Fitted kitchen with a good range of  base units with contrasting worktop over. Stainless steel sink and drainer.  Six large built in shelved storage cupboards, one housing the hot water tank and another housing the consumer unit. Neutral decor. Vinyl flooring. Half glazed UPVC external door to the side.

16’03 x 8’06 (4.97m x 2.60m) at max.

Bedroom One

Double bedroom with window to the rear overlooking the garden. Neutral decor. Carpeted.

9’01 x 8’03 (2.78m x 2.52m)

Bedroom Two

Double bedroom that is currently used as a dining room. Window to the front. Neutral decor. Carpeted.

10’11 x 8’03 (3.34m x 2.52m)

Bedroom Three

Double bedroom with window to the front. Built in wardrobes. Neutral decor. Carpeted.

11’09 x 8’08 (3.59m x 2.66m)

Bedroom Four

Double bedroom with window to the rear. Built in wardrobes. Neutral decor. Carpeted.

11’08 x 8’09 (3.57m x 2.68m)

Shower Room

White 3 piece suite comprising W.C,  wash hand basin, walk in shower with electric shower. Frosted window to the rear. Wet wall to shower enclosure. Fan heater. Vinyl flooring. Painted.

7’10 x 5’06 (2.39m x 1.68m)



Detached single car garage with up and over door. Windows to the side and rear with pedestrian door to the side. Work benches. Concrete flooring.

20’01 x 13’02 (6.13m x 4.02m)


The fully enclosed garden grounds are attractive and well maintained with established shrubs and bushes complimenting the lawned areas. A gravel driveway provides access to a detached single car garage.

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


Bornesketaig is a small, friendly community located within the coastal township of Kilmuir, just north of Uig. Facilities in Kilmuir include a primary school, village hall and church. Uig is just a short drive south and is the main ferry terminus with regular sailings to the outer isles of Harris & Lewis via Tarbert and the Uists’ via Lochmaddy. Local services in Uig include a general store, petrol station, pub, bakery, primary schooling and the local Skye Brewery. More enhanced services including supermarket, many restaurants, DIY store, banks, a cottage hospital and secondary school can be found in Portree, the island’s capital some 20 miles south. It is also only a short distance to the heart of the Quiraing and the Trotternish Ridge and only a short drive to the north you have the ruinous Duntulm Castle


Heading north out of Uig you will pass through Linicro, Kilmuir and Kilvaxter, continue on this road until you reach the sign for Herbusta. Dunalton will be the first house on your right after the bus stop.