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Set back in an enviable and exceptionally stunning position, this individually designed, sympathetically restored and upgraded 2 bedroom white washed traditional longhouse is admirably presented to the market. The design preserves and retains many original characteristics, notably exposed stone lintels over some windows and doors, the impressive bespoke stonework fireplace and the cathedral ceiling design within the lounge exposing large beams. The property is located in a quiet and peaceful traditional crofting neighbourhood but yet in close proximity to many archaeological sites of interest which would offer tangible investment for a buy to let opportunity.
Accommodation comprises open plan kitchen diner, lounge, bathroom, 2 bedrooms, utility porch, mezzanine platform, toilet and hall. The newly fitted open plan kitchen diner exposes stunning views of the Loch and unspoilt countryside and has patio doors leading to decking area. The open plan lounge has a focal solid fuel Eco boiler cast iron stove set in an impressive bespoke original stonework fireplace and hearth. A mezzanine open face platform looks over the lounge. Bathroom with a P shaped shower bath and side screen. Both bedrooms look over stunning views of the Loch. Separate toilet includes bowl design wash basin and concealed cistern design. Utility porch offers optional uses. New triple glazed UPVC windows throughout. New double glazed external double opening front door.
Insulated polished concrete floor with under floor heating throughout. The electric boiler with solid fuel burner is linked Macdonald engineering thermflow water store unity and has provision to link directly to a solar water heater which would improve efficiency.
Externally the property benefits from impressive original dry stone dyke walling, turf roofed stone peat store and ample off road parking including potential site for a variety of outbuildings.
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Viewing – Strictly by appointment through this agency.
Take the Stornoway to Tarbert A859 and then the A858 to Garynahine. Proceed through the villages of Achmore, Garynahine, Callanish and Breasclete. Take the second sign posted for Tolsta Chaolais on the left hand side. Drive approximately 1/4 mile. The house is the first on the left. Our sale sign should now be in view.