The Old Croft House is a charming four bedroom former croft house in the scenic township of Herebost, Dunvegan set in a lovely position at the head of Loch Roag with far reaching views towards the Cuillin Mountains to the front and boasting views of the MacLeod’s Tables to the rear.
The Old Croft House is a delightful traditional croft house within the quiet and picturesque crofting township of Herebost located just 2 miles from Dunvegan and also located within commuting distance of Portree. The property would benefit from a slight degree of modernisation and still retains it’s character and charm with many original features such as 1/4 panel doors, v-lining and deep window sills. The accommodation within is set out over two floors and comprises of entrance porch, hallway, lounge, kitchen diner, bedroom one and family bathroom on the ground floor with three further bedrooms located on the first floor. The property further benefits from UPVC double glazing throughout, electric storage heating and generous garden grounds.
Externally, the garden grounds are mainly laid to lawn with established bushes and trees to the side. Parking is available on the gravel driveway to the side.
The Old Croft House would make a wonderful home set in a beautiful location offering sea and mountain views and is a must see to fully appreciate what is on offer.
Bright entrance porch accessed via frosted double glazed UPVC door with window to front. Laminate flooring. Painted. Half glazed door to hallway.
5’05 x 4’05 (1.67m x 1.36m).
Spacious hallway providing access to lounge, bathroom and bedroom one with stairs leading to upper level. Laminate flooring. Wallpaper. V-lined ceiling.
9’06 x 13’08 (2.91m x 4.19m) at max.
Generous lounge with window to the front. Deep window sill. Feature fireplace with tile hearth and surround. Door off to kitchen. Painted. Carpeted. V-lined ceiling.
13’06 x 9’07 (4.14m x 2.94m)
Bright dual aspect kitchen with windows to the rear and side providing sea views. Range of base and wall units with contrasting worktop. Integrated electric oven. 4 ring gas hob. Stainless steel sink and drainer. Large built in storage cupboard. Half glazed UPVC door providing access to the garden. Painted. Vinyl flooring.
12’07 x 10’04 (3.85m x 3.17m) at max.
Delightful dual aspect double bedroom with windows to the front and side allowing natural light to flood the room. Deep window sills. V-lined ceiling. Wallpaper. Laminate flooring.
13’07 x 11’05 (4.16m x 3.49m)
Family bathroom with white three piece suite comprising of W.C, wash hand basin and walk-in electric shower. Frosted window to the rear. Wet wall to shower enclosure. Extractor fan. Heated towel rail. Vinyl flooring. Painted.
8’04 x 6’07 (2.55m x 2.01m)
Stairwell leading up to landing accessing all rooms on upper level. Built in store cupboard. Meter housing. Wood flooring. Wallpaper.
9’07 x 3’11 (2.94m x 1.21m) at max.
Generous sized double bedroom with window to the front. Wallpaper. Carpeted. Coombed ceiling.
12’05 x 9’07 (3.79m x 2.93m)
Another generous sized double bedroom with window to the front affording. Wallpaper. Carpeted. Coombed ceiling.
13’02 x 11’07 (4.02m x 3.55m).
Single bedroom with Velux window to the front. Carpeted. Wallpaper. Consumer unit housing. Coombed ceiling.
9’08 x 5’01 (2.60m x 1.65m)
The Old Croft House sits within generous garden grounds extending to approx 0.18 of an acre or thereby (to be confirmed by title). Off street parking is available via the gravel driveway to the side. The garden is mainly laid to grass with established bushes and trees.
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
Herebost is a scenic crofting township located some 3 miles from Dunvegan and the historic home of the Clan MacLeod at Dunvegan Castle. The village itself has good local services including shops, hotels, restaurants, a post office, modern medical centre and primary school. Secondary schooling is available from Portree, the island’s capital some 23 miles away where you will find all the facilities you would expect of a thriving town. This area makes an ideal base for touring, walking or sailing and attracts many visitors throughout the year. The world famous ‘Three Chimneys Restaurant’ is a short drive away.
From Dunvegan village proceed along A863 heading to ‘Struan’ after approximately 2 miles you will come to the turn off for Roag and Orbost on your right hand side, take this junction and continue along the township road. The Old Croft House is the first house on the right after you cross the river.