Roddy’s Cottage, Coulindune, Glenelg

Offers over £170000 are invited

Roddy’s cottage is a delightful two bedroom, detached, extended single storey property on the outskirts of the very popular village of Glenelg, occupying a desirable location from where there are spectacular mountain and sea views.

The property offers a comfortable home with the accommodation within comprising: entrance vestibule, hallway, kitchen, utility, living room/dining area, bathroom, two double bedrooms and a dressing room/child’s room off bedroom one (currently set as a twin bedroom). The property benefits from electric heating and a mix of UPVC and wood double glazing. It has retained it’s traditional charm, with some original features such as the wooden doors, combined beautifully with the conveniences of modern living.

Glenelg is a picturesque, friendly and popular village. Located directly off the township road with a generous garden surrounding the property, widespread views across Kyle Rhea and to the Isle of Skye are afforded. The shore is less than a minute’s walk away. There is space for a number of vehicles to park at the side of the property on the gravelled area.

Roddy’s Cottage provides the opportunity to create a beautiful family home in a stunning location and also makes for an ideal ‘buy-to let’ property.

Accommodation

Entrance Vestibule

Nice bright entrance area with UPVC window to front.  Vinyl floor. Built in double storage cupboard providing hanging space for coats etc and housing the consumer unit.

4’10” x 4’06” (1.49m x 1.39m)

Hallway

Half glazed panel wooden door into the hallway. Carpeted. Neutral decor.

6’05” x 5’09” (1.97m x 1.76m) at max.

Kitchen

Wooden door leading to two steps up into the fitted kitchen with a selection of base and wall units with contrasting worktops over and space for appliances. Tiled splash backs. Stainless steel sink and drainer with mixer tap. Window to rear. Vinyl flooring. Neutral decor.

9’01” x 8’05” (2.78m x 2.58m)

Living Room/Dining Area

Wooden door into a spacious, welcoming room with a feature tiled fireplace, hearth and an open fire. Large picture window to the front. Arch through to dining area. Carpeted. Neutral decor.

17’10” x 11’07” (5.45m x 3.55m) at max.

Utility

Accessed off a small rear hallway from the kitchen. Worktop along the left side with space for appliances beneath. Window to rear. Vinyl floor. Neutral decor.

4’0” x 3’05” (1.23m x 1.05m)

Bedroom One

Traditional wooden door leads from the front hallway into a spacious double bedroom with wooden sash window to the front providing views out across the garden and the sea and mountains beyond. Carpeted. Neutral decor.

10’01” x 11’08” (3.09m x 3.57m)

Dressing Room/Child’s room

Wooden door from Bedroom One leads up two steps into this bright room. Currently set as a twin bedroom. Double aspect windows to the rear and side allowing for plenty of natural light. Carpeted. Neutral decor.

8’06” x 8’10” (2.59m x 2.70m)

Bedroom Two

Traditional wooden door leads from the rear hallway into a small double bedroom (currently set with bunk beds) with picture window to the rear providing views out across the rear garden. Carpeted. Painted.

8’10” x 8’05” (2.69m x 2.58m)

Bathroom 

Leading off from the living room, two steps down into a small hallway leads to the bathroom. Built in storage cupboard housing the hot water tank. White three piece suite comprising bath, W.C. and wash hand basin. Electric shower cubicle and tray. Window to the side. Part tiled walls. Part painted. Vinyl flooring.

8’05” x 7’01” (2.58m x 2.16m) at max.

Garden

A private drive leads through the gate to a large gravelled parking area. A fully enclosed garden surrounds the property and a paved pathway leads around to both access doors. The garden is mainly gravelled, with lawn areas bordering on the sides. A timber shed provides additional storage. The patio area to the front of the property provides the perfect spot to sit and enjoy the stunning views on offer.

 

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

The property is conveniently positioned to take advantage of the facilities that the friendly village of Glenelg has to offer, which includes a village shop, post office, a hotel, a primary school, medical centre and a popular community centre. The larger village of Kyle of Lochalsh is approx. 23 miles away and has many amenities on offer including a supermarket, shops, post office, hairdressers, bank and a gym/swimming pool.

Directions

From the A87 at Shiel Bridge, follow directions to Glenelg over the Mam Ratagan pass. On arrival in Glenelg, drive through the village around the bay, and after passing the national speed limit sign upon exiting the village the property is approx. 1/2 mile further, on the left hand side.

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