Cranstackie is a well presented two-bedroom cottage, currently being used as a holiday let, which would be ideal as a first home or as a buy to let/holiday home. the adjoining property Craigmhor is also on the market which is an ideal opportunity for the purchaser to live in one property and let out the other. With direct access to the NC500 this property is in the ideal location to take advantage of the increased tourist trade.
Cranstackie is decorated in neutral colours and is fully double glazed and benefits from night storage heating.
A hardwood door leads to an entrance porch with a natural stone floor, a half-glazed door opens to the open plan living/ dining area which has windows to the front, open stairs to the upper floor and an opening to the kitchen.
The open plan living/dining room has a stone feature wall which houses a multi-fuel stove on a stone hearth and the dining area sits to the opposite end of the room. A step rises from the dining area to the spacious kitchen.
The kitchen has a good rage of floor and wall units in pine with marble effect worksurface. There is a Hotpoint washer/dryer, Hotpoint dishwasher and integrated Hotpoint oven and grill. The kitchen has a quarry tiled floor. A window overlooks the garden and a door leads to the patio area.
Returning the living room and the staircase leads to the upstairs landing area where there are doors to the two bedrooms and bathroom. There is also a built-in storage cupboard.
Bedroom 1 is a double room with built-in double wardrobe and overlooks the rear garden and Bedroom 2 is another which has a built-in wardrobe and a window to the front.
The bathroom has a three-piece suite comprising WC, wash hand basin and sink sitting over a vanity cupboard. There is a mains shower over the bath and it is fully tiled around.
Cranstackie is in a central position in the village of Durness within easy walking distance of amenities and sits on the North Coast 500 Route. There are two shops, hotels, restaurants, a primary school and surgery. The dramatic coastline and superb sandy beaches make this a popular tourist destination. There is ample opportunity for recreational activity with a golf course overlooking the Kyle of Durness, fishing on the lochs and rivers, hill walking, mountaineering and country sports.
The nearest railway station is at Lairg with services to Wick, Thurso and Inverness.