Tigh Dubh

1 bedrooms Guide price £120,000

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  • Stone built, one bedroom, detached cottage with chalet
  • Enjoying fabulous views over Loch Eil
  • Surrounded by Croftland and Hillside Scenery
  • "B" rated listed building
  • Pretty and well- tended garden grounds
  • Detached chalet to rear
  • Energy Performance Rating F-38
Standing in its own grounds and boasting stunning views to Loch Eil sits this charming, stone built, white washed cottage. Surrounded by croft land and offering cosy accommodation with the benefit of a wood burning stove which heats the radiators and calor gas for the stove. Built around 1850 and converted to a dwelling around 1900-10 the cottage was extensively refurbished about 25 years ago by the current owner, the cottage spans approximately 27 square metres. This is a "B" listed building as defined by Historic Environment Scotland. A wooden chalet located in the rear garden grounds complements the charm of this cottage. ACCOMMODATION: Entrance Hall, Lounge-Kitchen-Diner, Bedroom and Bathroom. Independent Chalet. ENTRANCE: 1.85m x .91m (6'01" x 3'0) Traditional low storm doors provide access into the cottage hallway. There are doors off to the open plan living area, bedroom and bathroom. Overhead storage cupboards. LOUNGE-KITCHEN-DINER: 3.43m x 3.17m (11'03" x 10'04") Kitchenette with calor gas stove, feature wood burning stove, typical cottage style window with deep cill providing lovely views. Overhead storage cupboards and display shelf. BEDROOM: 3.40m x 2.42m (11'02" x 7'11") Double bedroom BATHROOM: 2.41m x 2.09m (7'11" x 6'10") ½ bath with seat and shower over, wash hand basin, W.C and Store cupboard. DETACHED CHALET: 4.72m x 2.25m (15'06" x 7'04") Chalet comprises an open-plan kitchenette and dining area. Sleeping accommodation appears to be from fold up/down seating within the dining area. Storage cupboard. There is a separate chemical toilet with wash hand basin. EXTERNALLY Boundaries are fenced with gated access and a path leading to the front of the property. The front is a pretty garden which is neatly kept with a variety of shrubs, flowers and grass. To the side is a secluded seating area, an ideal spot to sit and enjoy the views over croftland and towards Loch Linnhe and take in the stunning scenery and wildlife that surrounds the property. At the rear is a path and central garden feature of small flowers and shrubs. A path leads to a garden shed and the detached chalet. The rear is bounded by croftland, woodland trees and a variety of shrubs and flowers.

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