Half of 4 Flashadder, By Portree

Offers over £135000 are invited

Half 4 Flashadder is a charming two bedroom former black house located a mile from the village of Edinbane. The property is in need of renovation and modernisation but still retains much of it’s character and charm and would make a lovely home or holiday retreat upon completion.

The accommodation within is set out over one level and comprises of entrance hallway, living room,  kitchen, shower room, inner hall and two bedrooms.  The property further benefits from  electric storage central heating, open fire and private garden grounds. The property is surrounded by generous garden grounds which hosts a a number of established trees, shrubs and bushes. To the rear of the property is a detached outbuilding which offers the potential for further development subject to the relevant consents.

1/2 4 Flashadder offers an excellent opportunity to create an ideal home or holiday retreat, upgraded to your own taste and specification that must be viewed to appreciate what is on offer.

Ground Floor

Entrance Hall

Accessed via wooden glass panel external door.  Access to lounge, kitchen and shower room. Two built in storage cupboards, one housing the hot water tank. Consumer unit housing. Loft access. Painted. Vinyl floor.

3.86m x 4.41m (12’07” x 4’07”) at max.


Kitchen with window to the side elevation. Limited range of base units. Stainless steel sink and drainer.  Free standing electric cooker. Wallpaper. Vinyl flooring.

2.52m x 2.30m (8’03” x 7’06”)

Shower Room

Shower room with coloured three piece suite comprising of W.C, wash hand basin and adapted walk-in electric shower with glass screen. Window to the rear elevation. Wet wall to shower enclosure. Vinyl flooring. Extractor fan. Wallpaper.

2.28m x 1.42m (7’05” x 4’07”)

Living Room

Good size lounge with window to front elevation. Open fire with back boiler. Tile hearth and surround. Recessed shelved storage. Carpeted. Wallpaper. Door off to entrance hall and inner hall.

4.23m x 4.03m (13’10” x 13’02”)

Inner Hall

Inner hall providing access to lounge and two bedrooms. Carpeted. Painted.

2.43m x 0.96m ( 7’11” x 3’01”)

Bedroom One

Small double bedroom with window to front elevation. Wallpaper.

2.98m x 2.45m (9’09” x 8’00”) 

Bedroom Two

Double bedroom with window to the side elevation. Wallpaper.

4.03m x 2.17m (13’02” x 7’01”) 




The Cottage is set within generous garden grounds extending to approximately 0.40 acres or thereby (to be confirmed by title) The property is accessed via a private driveway with off road parking available at the side of the property. The gardens also host a detached outbuilding which offers the potential for further development (subject to the relevant 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


Half of 4 Flashadder is centrally located on the island in the crofting township of Flashadder lying between Portree and Dunvegan. The village of Edinbane is just a mile away and offers a small range of facilities
including hotel, restaurant, primary school, community hall, pottery and furniture store. Dunvegan, some 10 miles to the west, is the home to Dunvegan Castle – seat of the Clan
MacLeod and one of the oldest inhabited castles in Europe. Facilities in the village include shops, restaurants, bakers, architects, household store, tourist information, doctor’s surgery and primary school. Secondary education is provided in Portree, some 12 miles to the east, together with all the facilities you would expect of a growing village including supermarket, shops, banks, cottage hospital, swimming pool and library.


From Portree take the A850 towards Dunvegan and continue on this road until you enter Flashadder and the 50 mph speed limit, half of 4 Flashadder will be clearly marked on your right hand side. If you reach the Church of Scotland you have gone too far.