Bonnie View, 19 Carinish, Isle of North Uist, HS6 5EJ

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£320,000

  • MB235-0601S
  • Bungalow
  • For Sale
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House and the Assignation of the Tenancy of 19 Carinish.
Very well-presented four-bedroom bungalow with two-bedroom annexe situated in the village of Carinish on the Island of North Uist together with the Assignation of the Tenancy of croft 19 Carinish, extending to approximately 5.6ha (13.8 acre)

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Joanne Stennett

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      Overview

      • Four-double bedrooms and three bathrooms in main house
      • Two-further bedrooms and two bathrooms in annexe
      • Steel framed shed
      • Ménage

      Bonnie View is a well presented four-bedroom bungalow with two-bedroom annexe, which has been well maintained and is tastefully decorated throughout. The property is double glazed and has eco-stove back boiler heating with oil back up. Formerly run as a Bed and Breakfast, Bonnie View offers the potential purchaser the opportunity to reinstate the business if so wished and is equally suited as a large family home. The annexe is also suitable for use as a self-catering holiday let or would be ideal for visiting relatives or extended family.

      The property is sold with adjoining croftland which makes this an ideal lifestyle opportunity.

      The main house is accessed via patio doors which lead to an office, which would be suitable for a further bedroom. A door leads to the hallway which has a built-in double cupboard.

      The sitting room sits to the right of the hall and is a spacious room with patio doors to the front. There is a central feature of an eco-boiler stove on a tiled hearth which heats the central heating and hot water. There is also oil back up for both the heating and water.

      A door leads to the dining room which has a window to the side enjoying croft and loch views.

      The modern kitchen sits to the back of the property and enjoys views over the croft. It has a good range of floor and wall units in cream with a black granite effect worksurface. It has a built-in Bosch oven and grill and four-ring gas hob and a Hotpoint dishwasher. The central island offers extra preparation space. There is a utility room which has a Hotpoint washing machine and Candy dryer. There is also a WC and a door leads to the side garden.

      Returning to the inner hall and a door opens to Bedroom one which has a window to the rear enjoying far-reaching views. It has an en-suite, shower room. There are two further double bedrooms. Bedroom two sits to the rear and enjoys sea views. It has an en-suite shower room with large walk-in shower. Bedroom three sits to the front of the property and overlooks the gardens.

      At the end of the hall is the large family shower room which has a large walk-in shower with wet wall panelling, WC and wash hand basin.

      Annexe
      Patio doors open to the sitting room which enjoys views across the surrounding croft. To the right is an inner hall with plenty of storage which leads to the kitchen. The Kitchen has a good range of units in gloss white with a black granite effect worksurface with decorative tiling to the splashbacks. There is a Lamona oven with four-ring ceramic hob, a Bosch slimline dishwasher and Indesit washing machine.

      There are two double bedrooms, both with en-suite shower rooms.

      External

      Bonnie Views has garden ground to the front, side and rear laid to lawn and bounded by stock fencing and hedging. There is parking for several vehicles. There is a gated area to the side which leads to shed.

      The House and garden site, which has been decrofted, extends to 0.08ha (approx. 0.19acres).

      The land which measures approx. 5.6ha (13.8 acres), is a registered croft and provides a mixture of permanent pasture and rough grazing for livestock and is fenced for sheep and cattle. There is a Ménage for horses. The land slopes gently down to the shore on the western side.

      There is a steel framed shed clad with corrugated iron sheeting (approx. 6m x 18m) with sliding doors.

      There are also associated rights to graze sheep and cattle on the adjacent Carinish Common Grazings. The croft is registered with SGRPID and eligible to receive agricultural support through the LFASS and BPS schemes.

      There is a hard standing adjacent to the road suitable for holiday pods of caravans subject to necessary consents.

      The successful buyer should be aware that they will need to satisfy the legal requirements of the Crofting Commission, including being ordinarily resident within 32km of the croft and having the intention of actively farming the land.

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      From Lochmaddy take the A867 to Clachan. Turn left and follow the A865 for approximately 2 miles and Bonnie View is on the right-hand side. What3Words///montage.mingles.extremes