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  • 11 & 12 Inverarish Terrace, Inverarish, Isle of Raasay

For Sale, New £100,000.00 - Residential
2 Bedrooms 1 Bathroom
 
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Offers: Over £100,000 Are Invited

11 & 12 Inverarish Terrace, Inverarish, Isle Of Raasay, IV40 8NS

A stone built two bedroom terraced cottage in the heart on Inverarish Terrace with the potential to convert the loft to provide additional living accommodation.

Accommodation:

Entrance Porch, Kitchen/Dining Room, Living Room, Hallway, Two Double Bedrooms & Shower Room.

Inverarish Terrace is a collection of stone built terraced properties that were built in 1911 to house the workers for the local iron mines.

No 11 & 12 were purchased by the current owners’ parents in 1948 and the two properties were amalgamated to form one dwelling.

This delightful cottage retains many original features including the original cast iron fireplace and cornicing in the living room, sash windows, high ceilings and internal doors.

There is a spacious kitchen/dining room leading to the living room which has a view across to Skye and there are two double bedrooms.

The property offers the potential to convert the loft space to provide additional living space, bedrooms and/or bathrooms and subject to any necessary planning consents.

No 11 & 12 would make a lovely permanent family home, a buy to let property or as a holiday let.

Location:

The Isle of Raasay lies off the east coast of Skye and is reached by way of a short ferry crossing from Sconser on Skye.

Raasay has a hilly terrain with the highest point being Dun Cann at 1,456ft from which there are panoramic views across to the Cuillins on Skye and towards Torridon on the mainland.  The island is renowned for its walks and wildlife which include deer, otters and a variety of birds of prey and also has an interesting historical past and the ruins of a broch and Brochel Castle can still be seen.  In more recent times  the main village, Inverarish, was used as a prisoner of war camp during world war one with the prisoners working in the local iron mines, which are no longer operational but the ruins of which can still be seen.  The island is also the birthplace of the famous Gaelic poet, Sorley MacLean. Facilities available on the island include a primary school, village shop and hotel, distillery, village hall, further facilities, including secondary education and a variety of shops are available in Portree, the principal town on Skye.

Accommodation:

Entrance Porch:

Accessed via a half glazed door to the side.  Laminate flooring/ fitted carpet.  Doors tot eh kitchen/dining room, shower room and hallway.

Kitchen/Dining Room:

A spacious room with double window to the front.  Fitted with a range of base and wall units.  Stainless steel sink and drainer.  Plumbing for washing machine.  Storage cupboard. Multi fuel stove which heats the hot water and 1 radiator in the hallway.  Wooden floor.  Size: 15’ 6” max x 14’ 11” (4.73m max x 4.56m)

Living Room:

A lovely room filled with many original features including double sash windows to the rear, cornicing and picture rail and original cast iron fireplace.  Wooden floor.  Two built in storage cupboards either side of the fireplace.  Wall mounted panel heater.  Size: 14’2” x 12’ 3” (4.33m x 3.73m)

 

Shower Room:

Fitted with a three piece suite comprising wash hand basin, WC and shower enclosure fitted with an electric Gainsborough shower.  Wet wall panelling to the shower.  Partially tiled.  Laminate flooring.  Three windows to the front.  Size: 10’ 8” max x 4’ 6” max (3.26m max x 1.38m max)

Hallway:

Affording access to the two double bedrooms.  Built in storage cupboard.  Loft access.  Fitted carpet.  Radiator.  Size: 20’ 5” x 3’ 5” (6.22m x 1.05m)

Bedroom 1:

A good size double room with double window to the front.  Built in storage cupboard.  Fitted carpet.  Size: 14’ 11” x 11’ 7” max (4.56m x 3.54m max)

Bedroom 2:

A good size double room with double windows to the rear.  Three built in storage cupboards/wardrobes.  Fitted carpet.  Size: 12’ 3” x 10’ 4” (3.73m x 3.15m)

External:  There is a lawned area to the rear of the property.  To the front of the property there is a further garden area (which could be made into a parking area) and two small storage sheds within the central communal stone built building

Services:  Mains water and electricity.  Drainage to communal septic tank.

Council Tax:  Band A

Home Report Pack:  Via  www.onesurvey.org          Ref: HP495271  Postcode:  IV40 8NS

EPC Rating:  F (23)

Viewings:  Strictly by appointment through this agency.

Directions:  On disembarking the ferry follow the road to Inverarish.  When you get to the T junction turn right, first left and then left again.  No 11/12 is in the middle of the row on your left.

Note

These particulars are believed to be correct but no guarantee of their accuracy is given and no error or misdescription herein shall annul any sale or be made subject of compensation by either side. Neither shall these details be deemed to form any part of any contract. Prospective purchasers are advised to take legal advice on the extent and nature of the subjects they propose to acquire.

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