1 bedroom semi-detached house for sale4, Tougal, Morar Sands, Morar
- Beachside Cottage forms fabulous holiday retreat
- Excellent business potential and lifestyle opportunity
- Tranquil residential cottage
- Content available under separate cover
- Lounge-Diner / Bedroom / Bathroom
- EPR G-12
- Viewings to commence w/c 14th October 2017
Tougal is a charming 120 year old beachside cottage nestling on the silver sands at Morar. A truly fabulous setting for a tranquil lifestyle in a picturesque West Highland Village. Enjoying an enviable position beside Morar Bay with spectacular rears views towards the Inner Hebridean Islands of Eigg and Rum. The garden gate leads directly onto the beach. The proximity to the water means you fall asleep and wake up to the sound of the waves and have the most spectacular of views, a beautiful place to stretch out on a lovely sandy beach surrounded by dramatic hillside. The cottage has exceptional holiday letting potential as well as forming a wonderful holiday retreat or residential family home. The cottage provides a cosy ambiance and everything you need for a relaxing and comfortable holiday or residential home on the West Coast.
Accommodation comprises: Lounge-Diner, Full Kitchenette, Bedroom and Bathroom. It should be noted that there is no formal right of vehicular access to the property.
Although a semi-rural location, the village of Morar is well serviced with the main facilities to include a primary school, take-a-way, hotel with bar and restaurant, petrol station and garage. The world famous West Highland Railway Line, with its steam train runs through the village of Morar during the summer months. The beach at Morar is a short drive from Mallaig. Mallaig is a fishing village just 3 miles North of Morar with ferry sailings to various Islands. Mallaig has a yacht Marina, further shops including a well-stocked supermarket, hotel and bars, a large leisure centre with swimming pool, gymnasium and football pitch, a primary and secondary school. From Mallaig there are ferry crossings to the Isle of Skye, Isle of Uist and surrounding Islands, also a train service which runs through to Glasgow and Fort William.
Fort William is the main district town of Lochaber and is known as the "Outdoor Capital of the UK". It is popular with those who enjoy stunning scenery, wildlife, walking and outdoor pursuits. There is a variety of supermarkets, shops, a library, museum, tourist information centre and railway station with links to Mallaig, Glasgow and Edinburgh as well as a bus station.
5.05m x 2.89m (18' x 9'06")
Spacious room with beautiful back to board flooring, high ceiling and dual spot light fittings. There is a solid fuel fire with tiled surround.
1.98m x 1.61m (6'06" x 5'03")
Front facing enjoying views over open grass land and towards the hillside beyond. Space for a full size oven and fridge, sink with drainer and a variety of wall and base units. Wood effect vinyl flooring.
3.65m x 3.17m (12'" x 10'04")
Spacious rear facing room enjoying fabulous views to the sand dunes and Morar Bay. Back to board flooring and wall panel heater.
3.11m x 2.16m (10'02" x 7'01") (at widest x longest points)
Large family bath room comprises: Bath with shower and folding side screen. Wash hand basin and W.C. There is part tiled walls to the bath, W.C and wash hand basin areas. Wood effect vinyl flooring, Dimplex wall heater and large airing cupboard with storage, shelving and houses the water tank.
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