- Solid Fuel Central Heating via the MultiFuel Range
- Additional Second Dwelling House with Potential
- Set in grounds of approx just over one acre
- Workshop large enough for four berth caravan
- Utility Room
- Inspection Pit in the garage
- Views of the Northern Lights
Two dwelling houses. A three bedroom detached, south-west facing dwelling house, together with a second dwelling house which has potential for development for either business, recreational or residential use.The opportunity has arisen to obtain this spacious detached three bedroom dwelling house set in garden grounds approximately just over an acre situated in a community owned estate which is approximately 55,000 acres, this includes the property's peat banks for fuel, if required. There is potential for further development of the second dwelling house which is currently registered as two business premises. The properties are being sold together..Presented to the market in excellent decorative order throughout, boasting a traditional farmhouse style, this warm, cosy property benefits from UPVC double glazing with an economical solid fuel central heating system via the stove in the family room providing a highly desirable cost effective form of heating. Set back from the village roadway, the property boasts a large garden with ample off road parking, together with three additional outbuildings in the form of a garage which has an Inspection Pit, a large workshop,with long doors for easy access and large enough to fit a four berth caravan, and a shed/greenhouse. Situated in the North of Lewis, approximately 26 miles from Stornoway Town Centre, the property enjoys a private setting within a few minutes drive of village stores, recreational clubs, a primary school, beaches, the harbour and open moorlands. There are two harbours nearby for boat mooring, a community harbour (annual cost of £30.00) and a free council harbour. Approximately one mile away from 'Europie', one of the highly recommended beaches popular for surfing and one of the favourites amongst surfers.The area is a popular location for visitors from all parts of Europe, as it is the most North Westerly point in Europe, with the Isle of Lewis being the northern part of Lewis and Harris, the largest island of the Western Isles or Outer Hebrides of Scotland. The total area of Lewis is 683 square milles. Lewis is, in general, the lower lying part of the island, with the other part Harris, being more mountainous. The flatter, more fertile land means Lewis contains the largest settlement, Stornoway, and three-quarters of the population of the Western Isles. The area is the least populated area in Western Europe. The Islands are home to an assortment of flora and fauna, such as the golden eagle, red deer and seals which have been spotted in a number of conservation areas. It is quite common to see seals offshore in Stornoway harbour, along with the occasional dolphin, porpoises, sharks and less commonly, whale encounters and sightings of killer whales. At the height of the summer the summertime daylight hours begin around 3am and continue through to 11.45pm. Port of Ness is also a favourite for people looking to enjoy a view of the Northern Lights.