- Provides a great lifestyle opportunity
- Ideal holiday retreat/let or residential home
- Development potential with trussed loft
- Modern, open plan lounge-kitchen-diner
- Two Double Bedrooms
- Family Bathroom
- Double Glazing / Solar Panels
- Energy Performance Rating C-71
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Immaculate and generously proportioned two bed-roomed cottage enjoying an elevated position with fabulous views over Morar Bay and towards the small Isles. Set in the picturesque West Highland Village of Morar, a fabulous setting for a tranquil lifestyle, holiday retreat or holiday let.
A truly fabulous setting for a tranquil lifestyle in the picturesque West Highland Village of Morar. Enjoying an elevated position sits this beautifully presented and generously proportioned two bedroomed cottage enjoying excellent views over Morar Bay and towards the Small Isles.
The cottage provides modern, low maintenance living accommodation in the form of an open plan lounge-kitchen-diner, a prominent use of wood and stain through-out and neutral décor combined forms a clean and contemporary finish. The cottage has been maintained to an excellent standard and benefits from double glazing, solar panels to the rear, has a good energy performance rating, a detached garage, garden ground and has electric heating.
Entrance hall, Open plan style, kitchen-diner-lounge, two double bedrooms and family bathroom.
LOUNGE AREA: 4.38m x 3.97m (14'04" x 13'00") (at widest point)
Front facing with picture window providing stunning views towards the bay and small Isles. Solid fuel fire with a tiled hearth and surrounding and carpet flooring.
KITCHEN -DINER AREA: 3.98m x 3.20m (13'00" x 10'06")
(longest x widest points)
A spacious kitchen-diner area with a variety of wall, drawer and base units with partially tiled walls above work surface, vinyl flooring and access to the rear garden.
BEDROOM 1: 3.99m x 3.68m (13'01" x 12'07")
Front facing enjoying stunning views towards the bay and small Isles. Carpet flooring and built in wardrobe.
BEDROOM 2: 3.68m x 3.06m (12'07" x 10'00")
(at longest x widest points)
Rear facing, carpet flooring and built in wardrobe.
BATHROOM: 2.35m x 2.03m (7'08" x 6'08")
Family bathroom comprises: bath with electric shower and side screen with attractively colored wet wall finish around the shower area. W.C, wash hand basin, mirror fronted vanity cupboard, wood effect accessories, extractor fan, panel heater and tile effect vinyl flooring.
There is shared access with two other properties by way of a neatly kept tarmacked drive. Access for cottage 2 is taken to the right off the main road. There are two parking spaces allocated to the cottage.
Gated access with steps lead to the front of the property and a slab and gravel path. There is a pretty frontage with a small variety of shrubs and plants. The side is grassed, a perfect spot to sit and enjoy the garden grounds. Detached garage and parking.
Although a semi-rural village Morar is well serviced with the main facilities to include a primary school, take-a-way, hotel with bar and restaurant, petrol station and garage. The world famous West Highland Railway Line, with its steam train runs through the village of Morar during the summer months. The beach at Morar is a short walk from the cottage and a short drive from Mallaig.
Mallaig is a fishing village just 3 miles North of Morar with ferry sailings to various Islands. Mallaig has a yacht Marina, further shops including a well-stocked supermarket, hotel and bars, a large leisure centre with swimming pool, gymnasium and football pitch, a primary and secondary school. From Mallaig there are ferry crossings to the Isle of Skye, Isle of Uist and surrounding Islands, also a train service which runs through to Glasgow.
Fort William is approx. 46 miles by car, is the main district town of Lochaber, known as the "Outdoor Capital of the UK." The town is a popular tourist destination and has a wide variety of tourist attractions including the locks at Corpach Basin on the Caledonian Canal which make ideal walking opportunities on the Great Glen Way, Ben Nevis and Glen Nevis.
Fort William has developed an enviable reputation for providing all manner of outdoor pursuits including skiing, hill walking, mountain biking and sailing and has a train station with rail connections to, Glasgow, Inverness and Mallaig.
DIRECTIONS: 2, COTTAGE SANDHOLM, MORAR, NR MALLAIG, PH40 4PA.
On leaving Fort William Town Centre take the A82 (Inverness road) to the roundabout at the BP Station/Ben Nevis Distillery. At that roundabout take the A830 Mallaig road. From the A830 take the second turn into Morar Village. Shortly after passing Morar Motors (and just before the hotel) Sandholm Cottage is on the left. Access and parking for the cottage is to the right of the driveway of Sandholm House.