4 bedroom detached house for sale

8, Rhireavoch, Scoraig, Dundonnell

Sold STC £180,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Utility Porch
  • Open Plan Living Area
  • Dining/Kitchen
  • Hall
  • Toilet
  • Master Bedroom
  • 3 Double Bedrooms
  • Bathroom
  • Garden
  • 4.5 acres (approx) Croft

Full description

UNIQUE PROPERTY WITH BREATHTAKING SEA AND MOUNTAIN VIEWS

Modern off-grid 4 bedroom property on a remote Scottish peninsula with outstanding views.

Description - 8 Rhireavoch is a unique, modern 4 bedroom property with a large garden on the beautiful and remote Scoraig peninsula. It is offered for sale along with just under 5 acres of tenanted croft land. The sheltered larch clad house sits on the south facing side of the Scoraig peninsula and has breathtaking sea and mountain views. It has a spacious ground floor with an open plan kitchen, dining and living area, a toilet and a utility room. Upstairs there is a large master bedroom with three further double sized bedrooms and a bathroom. There is approximately 4.5 acres of tenanted croft land which stretches from the side of the de-crofted house and garden towards the shore. The house has varnished wooden floors throughout. It is well set up for off-grid living with its own small wind turbine and photo voltaic panels to generate electricity and batteries to store it and oil fired central heating,

Location - Scoraig is an off grid crofting settlement on a remote peninsula which stretches out towards the Summer Isles between Little Loch Broom and Loch Broom, south west of Ullapool. With under 100 residents, the community is one which works together with an emphasis on crofting self-sufficiency and excellent renewable energy capabilities. There is a primary school (secondary pupils travel to Ullapool and stay during the week), bunk house and a café. There is a regular doctors surgery at Badcaul, Gairloch (27 miles), Ullapool (30 miles) and Aultbea, (16 miles) have a range of services including, shops, a garages supermarkets, leisure centres, restaurants and cafés.

Directions - Scoraig can be accessed only by foot or by ferry. It is around 3 miles along the well used path to Scoraig from Badrallach. Alternatively it is a 15 minute ferry trip from Badluarach jetty and a 1 mile walk or quad drive to the house. Detailed instructions will be provided to viewers. Both paths are shown on the fourth page of this schedule.

Utility Porch - 2.28m x 2.18m (7'6" x 7'2") - A path from the main track leads up to the garden to the main side door to the property. There is a wooden door with glazed panel and a window to the side. There is ample hanging space for outdoor clothing and two drying pulleys.

Dining Kitchen - 4.81m x 4.00m (15'9" x 13'1") - The large fully fitted dining kitchen has ample base units with wooden worktops along two walls and into centre of the open plan area to divide the dining kitchen/dining and living spaces, There is an LPG cooker, electric extractor hood, fridge, freezer, microwave, two bowl sink, fitted shelves and a tiled splash back and ample room for the large dining table. Two large windows look to the wonderful views and two further windows look over the garden and croft land to the side of the property.

Living Room - 6.34m x 5.20m (20'10" x 17'1") - The spacious, light and airy living room is open to the dining kitchen area creating a spacious and attractive open plan living space. There is a small feature electric fire. French doors open to the decking area and the garden.

Hall - 4.02m x 2.50m at widest (13'2" x 8'2" at widest) - The generously sized hall is fitted with book shelves and has an under stair desk, creating a study area. There is a window to the back of the property and a back door with a ramp to ground level.

Toilet - 2.06m x 1.50m (6'9" x 4'11") - The toilet has a white wash hand basin, wc, bidet and an opaque window.

Landing - 4.44m x 0.97m & 2.0m x 0.92m at widest () - Wooden stairs with a wooden banister sweep up to the first floor.

Master Bedroom - 6.35m x 3.66m (20'10" x 12'0") - This very large, light and airy bedroom has a window to the side, velux windows to the front and back, a wash hand basin in a vanity unit, eaves storage and two lockable safes. There is potential (subject to the required Local Authority consents) for part of the room to be converted in to an en-suite bath or shower room. A hatch leads to the loft.

Bedroom 2 - 3.24m x 2.61m (10'8" x 8'7") - Currently used as a single bedroom, this double sized bedroom has a window to the front looking to the magnificent views.

Bedroom 3 - 3.58m x 2.57m (11'9" x 8'5") - Currently a twin bedroom, this double sized bedroom has a velux window.

Bedroom 4 - 2.89m x 2.65m (9'6" x 8'8") - This double sized bedroom (currently used as a single) has a wood panelled wall and a window to the front and the views.

Bathroom - 2.56m x 2.21m at widest (8'5" x 7'3" at widest) - The bathroom has a white wash hand basin, wc, bath with shower over, velux window and heated towel rail. It is tiled around the bath and has wood panelling. The airing cupboard houses the hot water tank.

Garden - A large deck area gives ample space to sit and enjoy the garden and its wonderful views. Shelter is provided by the tress n either side and, while a little overgrown since the current owners moved away, it has been very productive. To the rear of the property there is a sheltered orchard on the ground which then slopes up to the back fence and the hill behind.

Shed - There is a small garden shed.

Croft Land - The property comes with approximately 4.5 acres of tenanted croft land. The land reaches from a section to the side of the property from where it sweeps down across the Scoraig road towards the sea. The assignation of the croft tenancy to any purchaser will be conditional upon obtaining the consent of the Crofting Commission,

Croft Outbuildings - There is a wooden outbuilding on the croft land which has a stove and an area used for the batteries to store unused power generated by the windmill and photo voltaic roof panels. There are further outbuildings which are in need of some upgrading.

Heating - The property has oil fired central heating.

Glazing - The property is fully double glazed.

Extras - The LPG gas cooker, cooker hood, fridge and freezer are included in the sale along with the furniture which remains at the property.

Council Tax - The current council tax on the properties is Band C. You should be aware that this may be subject to change upon sale.

Services - The property benefits from a renewable electricity supply from a windmill to the rear of the property and photovoltaic panels. Any unused power generated is stored in batteries to ensure an almost constant supply of electricity, whatever the weather. There is also a backup generator. The property has a private water supply and drainage is to a septic tank.

Entry - By mutual agreement.

Viewing - Contact Anderson Shaw & Gilbert on on Monday - Friday 9am until 5pm to arrange an appointment to view. If calling on an evening or weekend, please call the Highland Solicitors' Property Centre on and they will be able to arrange a viewing on your behalf.

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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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  • Achnasheen (25.2 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Anderson, Shaw & Gilbert Ltd, Inverness - Sales

York House 20, Church Street, Inverness, IV1 1ED

01463 568027 Local call rate

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