North Strome, Lochcarron

Offers in the region of £160000 are invited

This charming detached four bedroom property in North Strome offers spacious accommodation and is set in a beautiful location surrounded by lovely views of the rural landscape and Loch Carron. 

The property is a traditional croft house, over 100 years old and offers character and traditional features. It would benefit from a degree of modernisation and updating which offers the opportunity to create a wonderful home suited to personal taste and requirements.

The property boasts a kitchen, dining room, lounge, shower room, double bedroom and two entrance porches on the ground floor.  On the first floor there are a further two double bedrooms and a small single room. The property benefits from electric heating, UPVC double glazing and ample built in storage throughout.

The property is surrounded by a private garden with the shared drive to the side providing space for parking.  The garden is fully enclosed with the front laid mainly to lawn with well established bushes and trees.  To the rear lies a raised border filled with mature shrubs.

This property offers the opportunity to create a wonderful family home set in a beautiful, peaceful location with lovely views over the surrounding countryside and the Loch.

Ground Floor

Front entrance porch

UPVC glazed panel door at the front leads into a spacious porch. Wooden floor. Wallpapered. Access to lounge, bedroom one, hallway and stairs to the first floor.

7’06” x 6’0” (2.30 x 1.84m)

Kitchen

Accessed via the side entrance porch or hallway. Partially fitted kitchen with a range of wall and free standing units.  Tiled hearth and inset housing the oil fired Rayburn. Stainless steel sink with drainer and mixer tap. Vinyl flooring. Wallpaper and vinyl wall coverings. Windows to rear and side.

14’01” x 11’07” (4.31m x 3.55m) at max.

Hallway

Including a selection of wall units for additional storage, the T shaped hallway provides access to bedroom one, front entrance porch, shower room and dining room. Carpeted. Wallpapered.

13’03” x 12’08” (4.06m x 3.86m) at max.

Lounge

Spacious lounge with feature tiled fireplace and hearth. Window to the front with traditional deep sill. Carpeted. Wallpapered.

13’08” x 12’03” (4.17m x 3.75m)

Dining room

Accessed from the hallway lies a welcoming dining room. Window to side. Vinyl floor. Wallpapered.

9’09” x 8’04” (2.99m x 2.56m)

Shower room with W.C.

Adapted. White W.C and wash hand basin with tiled splash back. Walk in cubicle with electric shower. Heated towel rail. Built in storage cupboard. Frosted window to rear. Vinyl flooring. Wallpapered and painted walls.

11’05” x 4’08” (3.49m x 1.43m) at max.

Bedroom One 

Accessed from either the hallway or front entrance porch. Large double bedroom. Window to front with traditional deep sill. Carpeted. Painted.

13’05” x 10’08” (4.11m x 3.25m)

Side entrance porch

UPVC glazed panel door at the front leads into the spacious hallway. Traditional tiled floor. Window to the front. Painted. Access to kitchen.

4’04” x 4’0” (1.33m x 1.22m)

First Floor

Bedroom Two

Spacious double bedroom. Window to front, with traditional deep sill, affording views across to the loch. Carpeted. Painted. Built in storage cupboard.  Slightly coombed ceilings with good head height.

13’04” x 11’05” (4.07m x 3.48m)

Bedroom Three

Spacious double bedroom. Window to front, with traditional deep sill, affording views across to the loch. Carpeted. Painted. Built in storage cupboard.  Slightly coombed ceilings with good head height.

13’03” x 11’02” (4.06m x 3.41m)

Bedroom Four

Small single bedroom/box room. Window to front with views across the loch. Vinyl floor. Wallpaper. Coombed ceiling.

8’02” x 5’10” (2.49m x 1.79m)

External

Garden

The property is surrounded by a pretty private garden with a shared drive to the side leading to an area for parking.  The garden is fully enclosed, laid mainly to lawn with several well established shrubs and trees (including fruit).  Views across the loch and the surrounding rural landscape are afforded.

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

Location

North Strome is a small township situated some 3 miles from the pretty sea side village of Lochcarron which has good local services and amenities including a selection of shops, hotels, restaurants, garage, post office, doctor’s surgery and primary school. Secondary schooling is available in Plockton. The larger village of Kyle of Lochalsh some 26 miles away provides all the facilities you would expect of a thriving busy area including a supermarket, shops and leisure centre. A regular train service runs from Kyle to Inverness, the capital of the Highlands, and passes through the station in Strathcarron, just 3 miles from Lochcarron, providing an easy connection to Inverness.

Directions

Take the A896 to and through Lochcarron. On reaching the outskirts of the village take the left hand turn signposted North Strome and upon entering the township the property is the first house on the left.