Corrachbeag is a well presented two-bedroom cottage which sits in own garden grounds in a fabulous secluded, elevated position overlooking Loch Inchard. The cottage is decorated in neutral colours, is double glazed and has the energy efficient Dimplex Duoheat heating system.
The property is currently used as a successful holiday let but is equally suitable as a permanent home.
The property is accessed via a driveway which leads down from the public road to a gated garden with parking to the front and side.
A UPVC door leads to an entrance porch which gives access to the bathroom and hallway. The bathroom has a ceramic tiled floor, a three-piece suite in white with WC, wash hand basin and bath with shower over and Respotex wall covering around for ease of cleaning.
A half-glazed door leads from the porch to the hallway which has doors to the kitchen/dining room and sitting room and stairs to the upper floor.
The kitchen/diner is L shaped and has a good range of floor and wall units in oak with marble effect worksurface and tiled floor. There is a Hotpoint Fridge/freezer, built-in Indesit oven with four ring ceramic hob, Indesit dishwasher and Hotpoint washer/dryer. A window overlooks the front garden and enjoys the lovely water views and there is plenty of space for a dining table.
The cosy sitting room lies to the left of the hall and also has superb views. There is a central stone fireplace with stone hearth and wooden mantle housing a multi-fuel stove.
Stairs rise from the hall to the upper floor landing which offers excellent storage space. The bedrooms are both double and have combed ceilings and windows to the front looking over the garden to the Loch and mountains beyond.
The garden area is to the rear, sides and front which is laid to lawn and bounded by stock fencing. There is a seating area to the side. There is also a large stone bothy/workshop which would be ideal for renovation to provide a self-catering studio (subject to necessary consents).
Corrachbeag is located in a beautiful corner of North West Sutherland with an uninterrupted sea and mountain views. As well as stunning scenery the nearby village of Kinlochbervie is a deepwater fishing port with a primary and a high school, shops and a health centre. The Old Schoolhouse restaurant is also close by. The area offers, wonderful beaches, hill walking, mountaineering and a wide range of flowers and bird life.
Ullapool, approximately 55 miles away, has a greater range of facilities, a supermarket and other shops, restaurants, pubs and hotels as well as the main Ferry terminal to Stornoway and the Outer Hebrides.