*** PRICE REDUCTION – £10,000 BELOW HOME REPORT VALUE ***
Spring Croft 8 Glasphein is a traditional detached two/three bedroom house on the Glendale peninsula. Situated a short drive from Dunvegan and all the amenities on offer in the Glendale area.
Spring Croft is a traditional house, set in an elevated position in the popular township of Glendale, offering beautiful views over the countryside and towards Loch Pooltiel and MacLeod’s Tables. The property would benefit from a degree of modernisation but still retains much of it’s character and charm with large bay windows, stone fire places and V-lining.
The accommodation within is set out over two floors and comprises of entrance porch, hallway, living room, dining room, kitchen and shower room on the ground floor. Stairs, with a decorative window, lead to the upper floor where you have two double bedrooms, shower room and a bedroom/study located on the first floor. The property further benefits from UPVC and wooden double glazing, oil central heating and working fireplaces in the living room and dining room. The Glendale area also benefits from excellent broadband speeds.
The property is surrounded by fully enclosed garden grounds which are mainly laid to lawn and private parking is available to the side.
Spring Croft presents a wonderful opportunity to purchase a lovely family home or holiday letting opportunity and must be viewed to appreciate what is on offer.
* Washing machine, fridge freezer and cooker included in sale.
A path and 7 steps leads to the Entrance porch which is accessed via a half glazed UPVC door. Windows to front and side elevation affording views towards Loch Pooltiel. Access to hallway via glazed door. Concrete flooring. V-lining on walls and ceilings.
1.94m x 0.92m (6’04” x 3’00”) at max.
Welcoming hallway offering access to lounge, dining room, shower room and stairs leading to upper level. Carpeted. Painted. V-lining on ceiling.
2.57m x 1.81m (8’05” x 5’11”) at max.
Large lounge with bay window to the front affording views over countryside and towards Loch Pooltiel and the Outer Isles. Feature fireplace with stone surround. Carpeted. Painted.
5.59m x 3.58m (18’04” x 11’09”) at max.
Good size dining room with large bay window to front affording views over surrounding countryside. Feature fireplace with stone surround. Carpeted. Wallpapered.
5.42m x 3.13m (17’09” x 10’03”) at max.
Bright, modern kitchen with a good range of wall and floor units. Stainless steel sink with mixer tap. Windows to rear and sides giving views of garden. UPVC 1/2 glazed door leads to to rear garden. White goods. Painted. Wallpapered.
3.99m x 1.96m (13’01” x 6’05”)
The shower room comprises a white W.C., wash hand basin and disabled access shower unit. Vinyl flooring. Painted. Wet wall at shower. Storage cupboard. Frosted window to rear.
2.64m x 1.66m (8’08” x 5’05”)
Stairs lead to the landing which offers access to two double bedrooms, a small bedroom / study and a further shower room. Carpeted. V-lining. Consumer unit. Loft access.
2.83m x 0.83m (9’03” x 2’08”)
Large double bedroom with bay window to the front affording views over countryside and towards Loch Pooltiel and MacLeod’s Tables . Coombed ceiling. Carpeted. Painted. V-lining. Wash hand basin.
5.40m x 3.13m (17’08” x 10’03”) at max.
Large double bedroom with bay window to the front affording views over countryside and towards Loch Pooltiel and MacLeod’s Tables. Coombed ceiling. Carpeted. Painted. V-lining. Wash hand basin. T.V aerial point.
5.40m x 3.55m (17’08” x 11’07”) at max.
Bedroom / Study
Small bedroom / study with window to front. Coombed ceiling. V-lining to walls and ceiling. Window to the front affording views over countryside and towards Loch Pooltiel and MacLeod’s Tables.
2.87m x 1.93m (9’04” x 6’03”)
Shower Room comprising W.C., wash hand basin and shower cubicle with electric shower. Coombed ceiling with Velux window. Carpeted. V-lining on walls. Wet wall at shower.
1.71m x 1.56m (5’07” x 5’01”)
Spring Croft sits within generous wraparound garden grounds. The garden is mainly laid to lawn and has a drying area to the side of the property. Off street parking is available via a driveway to the side of the property. The property sits in a raised position and wonderful views are afforded over the Glendale countryside and towards Loch Pooltiel and the Outer Isles.
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
Glasphein is a small township located in the Duirinish peninsula on the north west of the Island. The area is popular with those wishing to enjoy the outdoors with a good range of places to enjoy including Neist Point lighthouse and MacLeod’s Tables. Facilities in nearby Glendale include a sub-post office and general store and the Glendale Village Hall. Duirinish is also home to the world famous ‘Three Chimneys Restaurant’.
The closest village is Dunvegan some 6 miles away - home to Dunvegan Castle – seat of the Clan MacLeod and one of the oldest inhabited castles in Europe. Dunvegan has good local services including shops, post office, primary school, village hall, medical centre, hotels and restaurants and the world famous Dunvegan Castle. The Island’s capital is some 30 miles away and has all the services and facilities you would expect of a growing town including supermarket, builders merchants, cinema, good range of shops, hotels, bars, restaurants, secondary schooling and a cottage hospital.
From Dunvegan, take the right hand turning sign posted ‘Glendale’ (B884). Take this road following signs for the village of Glendale, continue down the hill until you see a church on the right hand side. Just before the church you will see a turn off to the right signposted ‘Glasphein’. Proceed along the Glasphein road and the house is on the right hand side just before the house with the red roof.