- Surrounded by stunning croftland and mountain scenery
- Option to purchase a beautiful home and/or independent cottage with letting potential
- Two bedroom, optional 3rd bedroom or dining room
- Bathroom (ground floor) Shower room (first floor)
- Double Glazing / Electric heating
- Off street parking
- Energy Performance Rating for each cottages D
Situated along one of Scotland�s busiest tourist routes awaits an extremely rare and exciting opportunity to acquire a versatile home, a lucrative business with income generating opportunities or both, in the form of Springburn Cottage 1 & Cottage 2.
Situated along one of Scotland’s busiest tourist routes awaits an extremely rare and exciting opportunity to acquire a versatile home, a lucrative business with income generating opportunities or both, in the form of Springburn Cottage 1 & Cottage 2.
The cottages were built around 1998 and span approximately 101sq mtr, they boost a superb position with fabulous views over croftland and to Ben Nevis, Nevis Range and the Grey Corries.
Each of these lovely cottages at Springburn are beautifully presented and tastefully decorated with neutral colours. The cottages are mirror image and their layout provides versatility with the option to use as a 2 bedroom and a dining room or simply as a 3 bedroomed. There is built in storage to each of the current bedrooms. Each cottage benefits from a ground floor bathroom and a first-floor shower room and 2 utility areas. There are French style doors which provide spectacular views from the lounge and open onto a generous front terrace as well as sliding patio doors which lead off the dining room/3rd bedroom, the ideal spot for eating and relaxing al fresco, or enjoying the magnificent views. The cottages make for an idyllic lifestyle or a perfect holiday escape to share with family or friends.
By separate negotiation there is the potential to purchase most of the content and up to 18 acres of surrounding croftland which, subject to the necessary change of permission could provide for glamping, equestrian or other such outdoor pursuit.
Spean Bridge is an attractive and well-equipped village in the Scottish Highlands. Also, home to a railway station on the West Highland Line to Fort William. Spean Bridge has a well-stocked shop, primary school, woollen mill, hotels, bars, cafe and restaurants and has road links to Inverness and Fort William by a regular bus service.
Fort William is the main district town of Lochaber and is 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 Caledonian Canal, Ben Nevis, Glen Nevis and the Great Glen and has developed an enviable reputation for providing all manner of outdoor pursuits including skiing, hill walking, mountain biking and sailing to name but a few. There is a variety of supermarkets, shops, a library, museum, tourist information centre and railway station with links to Mallaig, Inverness, Glasgow, and Edinburgh as well as the overnight sleeper to London.
DIRECTIONS: SPRINGBURN, STRONABA, SPEAN BRIDGE, PH34 4DX
SOUTH: From Glasgow/Fort William head north on the A82 Inverness Road, passing through Spean Bridge and the Commando War Memorial, continue for approx ¼ mile and Springburn is set back from the road on the right.
NORTH: From Edinburgh head north on the A9 joining the A889 for Dalwhinnie and the A86 for Spean Bridge. At the A82 junction bear right on the A82 Inverness Road passing Commando War Memorial, continue for approx ¼ mile and Springburn is on the right.
LOUNGE: 5.81m x 3.98m (19’ x 13’)
French doors lead onto a veranda. Carpet flooring.
FITTED KITCHEN: 3.97m x 2.17m (13” x 7’01”)
With a variety of wall, drawer and base units.
Rear facing enjoying hillside and croftland views.
DINING or 3rd BEDROOM: 4.80m x 2.88m (15’09” x 9’05”)
Lends itself well to a ground floor bedroom although the room is currently set up as a 2nd sitting room.
BATHROOM: 2.16m x 1.70m (7’01” x 5’07”)
Bath, wash hand basin and W.C
UTILITY ROOM, area 1: 2.21.m x 1.46m (7’03” x 4’09”)
UTILITY ROOM, area 2: 2.21.m x 1.46m (7’03” x 4’09”)
SHOWER ROOM: 2.37m x 1.39m (7’09” x 4’07”)
Shower cubicle with W.C, wash hand basin.
BEDROOM TWIN: 5.44m x 3.15m (17’10” x 10’04”)
Bright and spacious room enjoying fabulous views. Built in cupboard. Carpet flooring
BEDROOM DOUBLE: 4.75m x 3.94m (15’07” x 12’11”)
Another bright and spacious room enjoying fabulous views. Built in cupboard. Carpet flooring
The properties sit in a crofting community surrounded by stunning views. To the front there are steps which lead to a generous terrace, seating area and grassed frontage an ideal spot for eating and relaxing to simply enjoy the glorious views.
Cottage 1 & 2 share a private water supply, private septic tank and electricity supply are connected to each of the property.
Water and sewage charges are not applicable.
By separate negotiation the contents of the cottages may be available to purchase. A detailed inventory of contents and furniture for the cottages can be made available to any seriously interested prospective purchaser wanting to purchase as one lot.
Highland Council, Tax Bands:
Letting cottages (currently under small business rates with 0 charges). There is an application underway for a change of use to each cottage from holiday let to residential.
Current rateable value £2200 per cottage.