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3 bedroom End of Terrace House for sale: Blaven View, Mallaig

  • reception rooms 1
  • bedrooms 3
  • bathrooms 1
Reference: 37082_7Blavenv

Key Features

  • Fabulous views towards Loch Nevis, The Cuillins, The Small Isles and Mallaig Bay
  • Spacious, extended end of terrace house
  • Large Kitchen-Diner with French style doors to Lounge
  • Three bedrooms (one ground floor)
  • Oil Fired Heating
  • Double Glazing
  • Significant storage below kitchen extension
  • Majority of the content is vailable by seperate negotiation
  • Energy Performance Rating D63
  • Tenure is Freehold / Council Tax Band C


McIntyre & Company are delighted to bring 7 Blaven View to the market. Located in an elevated position above Mallaig boasting fabulous views over the entrance to Loch Nevis on Knoydart, Mallaig Bay, The Cuillins on the Isle of Skye and to the Small Isles. Number 7 enjoys a truly picturesque and enviable spot.
Originally built around 1980 and extended around 1997 the property spans approximately 94sq m. In addition to its beautiful location benefits include 3 good size bedrooms. Both first floor bedrooms have built in wardrobes with smoke glass sliding doors, good storage, double glazing, oil fired heating with individual thermostat controlled radiators. To the rear is a large fitted kitchen-diner with a variety of wall, drawer and base units to include a larder style cabinet which houses a free standing fridge. There is an integrated oven, gas hob and extractor. French style doors provide access to the lounge where there is an electric fire with wood surround and marble hearth. The property is well presented and most of the rooms enjoy lovely loch views.
Energy Performance Rating D-63, tenure is freehold and council tax banding is C
Majority of the content is included in the sale price.

ENTRANCE PORCH/HALLWAY 1.9.m x .91m (6’02” x 2’11”)
Tiled porch, access to the hallway. Co-ordinated carpet flooring to hall, stairs and landing. Under stairs storage cupboard.
LOUNGE 6m x 3.49m (19’08” x 11`’05”)
Quality fitted carpet flooring.
KITCHEN-DINER 4.86m x 3.45m (15’11” x 11’03”)
Laminate flooring.
FAMILY BATHROOM 2.20m x 1.67m (7’02” x 5’05”)
Comprises bath with shower over and hand attachment, W.C, wash hand basin with vanity cupboard below. Small recess with shelving, heated towel rail and wood effect vinyl flooring.
BEDROOM 3.59m x 2.61m (11’09” x 8’06”)
Carpet flooring.
FIRST FLOOR Landing cupboard with shelving.
BEDROOM 4.20m x 3.28m (13’09” x 10’09”)
Carpet flooring. Over stairs storage and storage into the eves.
BEDROOM 4.04m x 2.86m (13’03” x 9’04”)
Back to board flooring.
All measurements are taken at the longest x widest points and are approximate.

A wrap around garden with wire and post boundary fencing. There are short pathways and access gates leading to the rear and front of the property. The garden is predominantly grass with a small variety of shrubs, hedge and trees.
Access is generally taken from the rear as there is a hard standing of partial mono-block paving. It should be noted that there is no official access or drop down kerb however off road parking is feasible to the rear.
Outside tap and large wooden shed. There is significant enclosed storage to the cavity below the kitchen extension.

Mallaig is a picturesque fishing port situated on the Westcoast of Scotland which provides a range of shops including a well-stocked supermarket, hotels, bar, cafes, medical centre, primary and secondary schools, modern swimming pool and leisure facilities.
Mallaig has links to Fort William, Oban and Glasgow. The area is well linked by the A82 and has public transport links to places including Edinburgh, Inverness and London. It is easily accessible with regular Caledonian MacBrayne ferry services to Armadale on the Isle of Skye and a daily service to the Small Isles of Canna, Rùm, Eigg and Muck. They also offer a non-landing ticket which allows visitors to cruise the Small Isles. In addition, a local ferry service run by Western Isles Cruises sail daily to Inverie in Knoydart, a beautiful and remote village. They also call (by prior arrangement) at Tarbet a location only accessible by sea. Its Train Station brings in tourists from the Jacobite Steam Train during the summer period. The Jacobite provided the Steam Engine and Carriages for Hogwarts Express as seen in the Harry Potter movies.
The nearest and largest town from Mallaig is Fort William, the main district town of Lochaber and is known as the “Outdoor Capital of the UK”. It is popular with those who enjoy stunning scenery, wildlife, walking and outdoor pursuits. There is a variety of shops, pubs and restaurants, a library, tourist information centre, museum, bus and railway station with an overnight sleeper to London.

From Fort William take the A830 Road to the Isles / Mallaig Road, driving through the village of Corpach, continue through the scenic village of Glenfinnan. Continue on the A830 until reaching Mallaig. At the roundabout bear right, passing the Co-Op on your left. Follow the road straight through the village as far as you can, bearing right up the hill taking the first right into Loch Nevis Terrace. Follow the road round and continue up Coteachan Hill until reaching Blaven View. No 7 is on the left hand side towards the end of the Cul-de-Sac. Access to the front and rear of the property is by a short path No. 7 is at the end of the path with gated access to the rear.

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Reference: 37082_7Blavenv

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