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3 bedroom detached house for sale

2, Badrallach, Dundonnell

Offers in Region of £240,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Living Room
  • Dining-Kitchen
  • Sun Room
  • 2 double bedrooms and loft room
  • 1 bed flat with lounge, kitchenette & shower rm.
  • Attractive garden and byre
  • Tenanted croft land and buildings
  • EPC Band - F

Full description

2, potentially 3 bedroom traditional house with 1 bedroom self catering flat attached, an attractive garden and just under 1 hectare of tenanted croft land in spectacular setting. B&B and self catering holiday-let potential.

Description - Set in some of the most beautiful scenery in Scotland, 2 Badrallach is property which captures the imagination as well as the heart. .There is a bright sun room, overlooking the south-west facing garden, a cosy living room with a multi-fuel stove in a stone hearth, a large croft dining-kitchen with a store room off, two double bedrooms and a loft room. The adjoining one bedroom self catering flat is ideal for visitors and offers a business opportunity. The house, adjoining stone barn and sheltered garden have been de-crofted and are offered for sale with the assignation of the adjoining croft land and outbuildings, (stone barn, freezer shed, potting shed and garden shed with lean-to greenhouse). The croft has a vegetable and fruit garden, an orchard and a field as well as extensive raised beds at the rear of the house.

Location - No 2 Sits at the centre of the Badrallach crofting township with views of Little Lochbroom to An Teallach and the surrounding hills. Dundonnell has a hotel, a tearoom, and craft shops. The local primary school is at Badcaul near Dundonnell. Ullapool, around 30 miles away, is the nearest commercial centre with a supermarket and a range of shops and restaurants, a leisure centre and pool, a health centre, arts centre and Secondary School.

Directions - From Inverness take the A9 north to the Tore Roundabout. Take the second exit onto the A835. At the next roundabout
continue on the A835 on the Ullapool Road. About 10 miles before Ullapool, at the Braemore junction turn left onto the A832 to Gairloch and Dundonnell. Continue for about 10 miles then turn right at the sign to Badrallach (just before Dundonnell). Follow the road and the signs for 8.5 miles. No 2 is the next croft after the Peatcutters Croft B&B. Park in the parking area opposite just past the post box. Go through the small wrought iron gate opposite and walk down the steps to the property.

Utility Porch - 2.6m x 2.9m (8'6" x 9'6") - The entrance porch has room for coats, boots and shoes and serves as a utility room with a sink, washing machine and fitted floor units. It opens on one side to the self catering flat (Nan's Nook) and on the other to the sun room and the main house.

Sun-Room/Dining Room - 2.6m x 3.9m (8'6" x 12'10") - This bright room has windows to the side and front enjoying views of the garden and the hills beyond.

Living Room - 5.35 m x 3.77m (17'7" mx 12'4") - This large comfortable room has a beamed ceiling, and a multi-fuel stove set in the original restored stone hearth and windows to the front and back of the property.

Dining Kitchen - 3.07m x 3.80m (4.2 m into window recess (10'1" x 1 - The traditional croft style kitchen has a beamed ceiling and a window overlooking the front garden. The kitchen has built-in floor units and shelving, a stainless steel sink, electric cooker and gas hob. The former range hearth could be restored for use.

Hallway - 2.55m x 1.97m at widest (8'4" x 6'6" at widest) - The L-shaped hall leads to the bathroom and store room. A partially glazed PVC door opens to the back garden.

Bathroom - 2.95m x 1.83m (9'8" x 6'0") - The bathroom has a cream 4 piece suiteand a window to the front of the property. The bath has a shower over.

Store Room - 2.5m x 1.97m at widest (8'2" x 6'6" at widest) - With fitted wall and floor units the store is used for for croft produce and dry goods. A window looks to the rear of the property and a wooden staircase leads to the loft room.

Loft Room - 3.03m x 4.3m (9'11" x 14'1") - The loft room has combed ceilings and a velux window with superb views.

Landing - 0.79m x 1.98m (2'7" x 6'6") - A wooden staircase from the living room leads to the landing which has a linen cupboard and leads to two bedrooms and toilet.

Bedroom 1 - 3.75m x 3.4m (12'4" x 11'2") - The room has coombed ceilings, built in shelving and windows looking to the spectacular views to the front of the property.

Toilet - 1.41m x 0.94m (4'8" x 3'1") - The toilet has a white toilet and sink and a clear window looking to the view.

Bedroom 2 - 3.8 m x 3m at widest (12'6" mx 9'10" at widest) - This bedroom has fitted wooden wall and floor cupboards and a large window looking to the view.

Flat/Nans Nook - Accessed from the utility porch the flat offers separate guest or holiday let accommodation.

Living/Dining Room - 3.78m x 2.92m (12'5" x 9'7") - This room has a gas fure and a large window overlooking the front garden.

Kitchenette - 1.26m x 3.6m (4'2" x 11'10") - The neatly appointed kitchenette has a sink, fitted floor and wall units, a gas cooker, fridge and a window to the side.

Bedroom - 2.25m 3.6m (7'5" 11'10") - The double bedroom has a window to side of the property and access to the shower room.

Shower Room - 1.09m x 3.59m (3'7" x 11'9") - With a large walk- in shower, a toilet and sink, the shower room has a window to the rear of the property.

Garden - Sheltered, attractive and well maintained the garden has an area laid to grass and an abundance of plants and shrubs.

House Barn - 3m x 6m (9'10" x 19'8") - The attractive stone built barn sits beside the house. It has a concrete floor, raised section and a hay loft and an electricity supply.

The Croft - In just under a hectare of land the croft attached has a field, orchard, vegetable and fruit garden and an area of raised beds. It also has a stone byre and several sheds including a small potting shed. The byre and three main sheds have an electricity supply. The assignation of the croft tenancy to any purchaser will be conditional upon obtaining the consent of the Crofting Commission,

The Croft Buildings - This stone built Barn (4.75m x 3.3m) Has a wooden floored hay loft, a concrete floor, split level floor with a drain and plastic roofing brings natural light.. The wooden Garden Shed (7.14m x 2.7m) houses tools and equipment for working the croft and has two lean-to greenhouses (2.5m x2m), the Freezer Shed (3m x 2.4m) has two large chest freezers,

Heating And Lighting - The property has LPG gas central heating with radiators in most rooms and a multi-fuel stove in the living-room. The flat has a gas fire in the living room.. The property still has working secondary gas lighting which was used before the township had electricity..

Glazing - The property is double glazed throughout.

Extras - The fitted floor coverings, curtains, hob, cooker, washing machine, fridge and fridge freezer are included in the sale price as are two chest freezers .Further furniture and crofting equipment is available by separate negotiation.

Council Tax - The current Council Tax band is D. You should be aware that this may be subject to change upon the sale of the property.

Services - The property has mains electricity and LPG gas central heating and secondary lighting.

Entry - By mutual agreement.

Viewing - Contact Anderson Shaw & Gilbert, Property Department on 01463 253911 to arrange an appointment to view.

E-Mail - Property@solicitorsinverness.com

The above particulars, although believed to be correct, are not guaranteed, and any
measurements stated therein are approximate only. Purchasers should note that the Selling Agents have NOT tested any of the electrical items or mechanical equipment (e.g. oven, central heating system, etc.) included in the sale. Any photographs used are purely illustrative and may demonstrate only the surrounds. They are NOT therefore to be taken as indicative of the extent of the property, or that the photographs are taken from within the boundaries of the property, or what it included in the sale.


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