Offers in excess of £295,000
- Reduced for quick sale (Home Pack valuation £320,000)
- Detached 3 Bedroom Bungalow
- Property With Excellent Income Potential
- Amazing Views
- Over 2 Acres Of Land
- Lounge With Open Fire
- Spacious Dining Room
- Modern Fitted Kitchen/Breakfast Room
- Master Bed En-suite
- Area Of Natural Scenic Beauty
- Owners’ Blog (www.houseforsaleintorridon.co.uk)
This is a rare opportunity to purchase a prime property with outstanding loch and mountain views in the sought after Loch Torridon area. Leac A Ghradain is located on an elevated site above the village of Wester Alligin and offers spacious accommodation to include: entrance hall, lounge with feature fireplace, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, utility room, two bedrooms (master en-suite), family bathroom/WC and integral garage. At one end of the property there is an attached annexe with a further en-suite bedroom which the owners occasionally use as bed and breakfast accommodation. The property benefits from double glazing, recent loft and cavity wall insulation and oil fired central heating. The grounds extend to over two acres, most of which is in a natural condition with mature trees and heathers. There is an area of lawn and established shrubs adjacent to the house (site plans available from Dingwall office).
The owners have obtained pre-application approval from Highland Council for the building of two holiday lodges within the grounds of the property. This can be viewed on the owners’ blog.
Torridon is an area of outstanding natural beauty and is situated around the sea lochs of Torridon and Shieldaig. The coming together of dramatic mountain scenery and fjord-like sea lochs with good access to general amenities is exceptional within the UK. There is a strong sense of community in the area, demonstrated by the recently constructed community centre and established shop and cafe. Torridon has a medical practice and there is access to a choice of primary schools locally. The area is known for its wildlife including sea and golden eagles, and one of Britain’s rarest mammals – the Pine Marten. There is sailing, mountain climbing, hill walking and mountain biking available.
View the floor plan.
Vestibule gives access to entrance hall.
14′ 11″ x 19′ 8″ (4.54m x 6m) Lounge faces South and has panoramic views of Upper Loch Torridon, Loch Shieldaig and the Applecross Mountains beyond. Feature fireplace on an exposed stone wall.
16′ 10″ x 10′ 6″ (5.13m x 3.21m) Window to East side. Door to kitchen. Exposed stone feature wall.
12′ 9″ x 11′ 8″ (3.9m x 3.55m) Modern fitted kitchen with a good range of base and wall units. Dining area. Window to East side. Door to utility room.
7′ 9″ x 7′ 8″ (2.35m x 2.33m) Window to rear. Access to garage.
13′ 2″ x 14′ 10″ (4m x 4.52m) Access from entrance hall. Bright and spacious room with windows to South. Wardrobes. Door to en-suite.
Low level WC, wash hand basin and shower cubicle.
12′ 8″ x 10′ 5″ (3.85m x 3.18m) Window to rear. Wardrobe.
6′ 4″ x 7′ 11″ (1.92m x 2.4m) Low level WC, wash hand basin, bath and shower cubicle.
16′ 11″ x 10′ 2″ (to include en-suite) (5.17m x 3.11m (to include en-suite)) Access from the drive by private entrance. Double / twin room with window to East and excellent views of the Torridon Mountains. En-suite has low level WC, wash hand basin and shower cubicle.
Mostly natural with mature trees and heathers. Part cultivated with lawn and established shrubs.
From Torridon, take the road sign posted to Alligin/Diabaig for approximately 5 miles until you reach the second turn off to the left sign posted to Wester Alligin. Take this turn and the property is on the left.