Grosacleit House is a three-bedroom detached property which has wood cladding and a tiled roof. The property has partial double glazing and electric heating and has been well maintained throughout. Sitting in an elevated position in approximately 1.5 acres of land the new owner has the potential for a further building plot with superb sea views.
A private track leads to the property which is accessed via a UPVC door to the outer hallway which has windows to half height and wood paneling features, there is a useful drying room as you enter the hallway. A door leads to the vestibule which has a window to the front and glazed door to the inner hallway.
This L shaped hallway gives access to all accommodation and has 4 storage cupboards.
To the left of the hall lies the spacious lounge with dual aspect windows to the front and side enjoying sea and garden views. There is a feature stone fireplace housing a multi fuel stove which offers plenty of heat and fixed book shelving with storage.
The kitchen/dining room has windows overlooking the side and back garden. It has a good range of floor and wall units with wood effect work surface. There are wood panelling features and tiled splash backs. Space for a 1000mm cooker and fridge freezer. A Rayburn stove (not connected) is included in the sale.
There is plenty of room for a large dining table. A door leads to the utility room which has space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer. There is a useful Belfast sink. A door leads to the covered rear patio area and rear garden.
Returning to the inner hall and three double bedrooms lie to the end of the hall. All bedrooms have built in double wardrobes.
There is a cloakroom with WC and sink which could easily be converted to an en-suite for bedroom 3 and a family bathroom with three-piece suite in white comprising WC, wash hand basin with storage below and bath with electric shower over. The bathroom has wood paneling features and is fully tiled around the bath.
Grosacleit House is situated approximately 4 miles from Tarbert on the naturally beautiful Isle of Harris. It is the perfect base for various outdoor pursuits including sea and loch fishing, walking, climbing, cycling and kayaking. White sandy beaches are within easy driving distance making Grosacleit House the idea spot to access all that the Island has to offer.
Surrounded by natural woodland and heather clad hills the property embraces the natural environment and the current owners have strived to ensure that the surroundings have retained their natural beauty.
Tarbert harbour is the island's main ferry terminal and also serves as the muster point for boat tours to the outlying Shiant islands, home to colonies of puffins and razor bills.
Tarbert offers a wide range of facilities including schools, a doctors surgery, churches, a post office, shops and banking as well as the world famous Harris Tweed store.
The new Isle of Harris Distillery has now been opened and is proving a further popular visitor attraction.