Recently built 2-3 bedroom dwelling with UPVC framed double glazed windows and oil fired under floor central heating. High standard of accommodation.
Spacious living room.
Option to create 3rd bedroom by splitting the living room – this is indicated by the dashed line on the floor plan.
Modern fitted kitchen with dining area.
Bathroom has a shower and a bath and there is an en-suite.
Outstanding views over the island to the sea and neighbouring islands.
Small walled vegetable garden and drying green.
The property has private access with no passing traffic.
The land, which comes under the Common Agricultural policy has been assessed as Region 1 which attracts the highest payments and extends to approximately 100 acres with approximately 65 acres of grass and 35 acres of grazing. Approximately ¾ mile of foreshore, a Bronze Age monument and the loch of Oorns which is gradually having trout introduced for the owners private use.
The former cottage (7.2m x 3.53m) stands to the side of the house and may be suitable for modernisation or conversion into a home office or studio. The range of outbuildings includes 2 byres, a barn, 2 Nissan huts, and a range of traditional stores.
The boundary fencing is in good order with the internal fencing being upgraded and a water supply to most fields.
A 5kw wind turbine has been erected on the farm and this feeds free electricity to the property. The ownership of the turbine is not included in the sale.
3.08m x 1.93m (10' 3" x 6' 5")
6.15m x 3.4m (20' 6" x 11' 4")
Large modern kitchen with dining area.
9.3m x 4.6m (31' x 15' 4")
Spacious room with wooden floor and 4 windows. Should interested parties require a 3rd bedroom, arrangements are in place at the sellers expense for builders to split the huge 9.3m living room indicated by the dashed line on the floor plan. This would make the lounge 5.8m x 4.8m and the 3rd bedroom 4.8m x 3.35m.
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