Edoras, Raffin, Lochinver, Lairg, IV27 4JH

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£400,000

  • HB041-0601S
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Rare opportunity to acquire a detached four-bedroom property together with large agricultural shed and approximately 62.4 acres of Owner Occupied croftland on the beautiful West Coast of Scotland. Far reaching views to the sea and Assynt mountains.

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Joanne Stennett

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      Overview

      • Galvanised steel-framed agricultural shed (22m x 20m)

      Edoras is a well presented four-bedroom property which offers superb family living accommodation. It has been decorated in neutral colours throughout. It sits in a good sized fully enclosed
      garden. The property is fully double glazed with oil fired central heating and also has a bank of solar panels which produce electricity used within the house, where possible, and then feeds into the grid.

      A path leads to the front of the property from where a UPVC door opens to the entrance porch which in turn leads to the hallway. The hallway gives access to the sitting room, kitchen,
      two bedrooms and bathroom. Stairs rise to the upper floor.

      The lounge/dining room sits to the left of the hall, has two picture windows to the front enjoying views across surrounding croft land and over the sea to the Western Isles. Patio doors to the side
      open onto a patio area and French doors open to the kitchen.The kitchen has dual aspect windows to the side and rear enjoying views over the croft. It has a range of beech effect floor and wall units with a white granite effect worksurface. There is a stylish cast iron Everhot cooker, a built in Lamona oven and microwave and warming drawer, an LG
      American style fridge freezer and a White Knight dishwasher. There is plenty of space for a large
      dining table.

      A door leads from the kitchen to the utility room which has complementary units in beech with a
      Belfast sink. There is space and plumbing for a tumble dryer. A door leads to the back garden.
      There is a toilet and wash hand basin leading off the utility room.

      Bedroom one sits to the front of property and has two built-in wardrobes. It has dual aspect
      windows, enjoying views over the croft to the Assynt mountains and over the sea, there is an
      ensuite shower room comprising WC, wash hand basin and mains shower. The shower has wet
      wall panelling.

      Bedroom two sits to the rear of the property and has dual aspect windows to the rear and side
      enjoying views over the croft.

      The family bathroom has a three-piece suite in white comprising WC, wash hand basin and bath
      with electric shower over and wet wall panelling around.

      A staircase rises to the landing on the upper floor which has four Velux windows offering plenty of
      natural light.To the right of the landing is bedroom three which is a spacious double room with two Velux windows to the front with open views to the sea and mountains and a window to the side
      overlooking the croft. There are two built-in wardrobes.

      Bedroom four sits to the opposite side of the landing, this is another large double bedroom with two Velux windows to the front and a window to the side again enjoying views to the sea and over the surrounding croft land. There are two built-in
      wardrobes.

      The office sits to the rear of the property and could also be used as a small single bedroom and has a Velux window overlooking the croft.

      Completing the accommodation is the shower room which has a two-piece suite in white comprising WC and wash hand basin and a corner shower with wet wall panelling.

      External
      The garden is fully fenced with a field gate from the parking area to the driveway. There is a patio from where to enjoy the sea and mountain views. The garden to the front is laid to lawn and to the rear is gravelled.

      Croft
      Croft 222 Raffin extends to approximately 25.29ha (62.4acres), comprising 3.79ha of inbye land located either side of the public road, 20.23ha of permanent apportionment which extends north to the western shore of Loch Cul Fraoich and 0.202ha of decrofted land enclosing Edoras House. There is
      a further 1.06ha of unfenced land approx. 1,000 metres to the west of Edoras. There is a modern galvanised steel-framed agricultural shed (22m x 20m), with box profile roof and side sheeting and concrete wall panels forming pens suitable for
      stabling horses. The floor is part concrete and part hard core.

      The Croft provides extensive rough grazing for sheep or cattle, is registered with the Crofting Commission as a single croft and eligible to receive agricultural support through the BPS and LFASS schemes. STH3538 Please note – The pictures of the croft have been taken at different times of the year.

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      From Ullapool take the A835 north. At the Ledmore Junction turn left on to the A837 signposted Lochinver. After 17 miles take a right turn onto the B869 signposted Stoer, Drumbeg. Follow the single-track road for 7 miles until you reach Stoer. Travel through Stoer and take the road signposted Stoerhead lighthouse. Turn left again after 2 miles signposted to lighthouse and Raffin. Follow this road to Raffin and you will see the large green agricultural shed and driveway belonging to Edoras on the right-hand side. What3Words ///fornum.escape.arise