Inch na Damph is a traditional stone built cottage which is in need of upgrading and modernisation, the adjacent property Oykel View is in disrepair but has the potential to be renovated into a workshop or garage or could be demolished to site a new property.
The property is approached via a gate to the side garden and a door leads to the kitchen area which has a window overlooking the front garden. There are no kitchen units. A door leads to the dining room which has pine panelling features and a window to the front enjoying rural views.
A door leads to the living room which is a spacious room with dual aspect windows enjoying rural views to the front and far reaching views over the Kyle of Sutherland to the rear. There is a central feature of an open fireplace. A staircase rises to the upper floor and there is good storage under the stairs.
A door leads to the rear porch and WC and a door leads from here to the rear garden ground.
From the living room the staircase rises to the upper floor landing where more storage can be found. There are two double bedrooms and a single bedroom, all enjoying rural views. Bedroom 1 has two built in double wardrobes. Completing the internal accommodation is the bathroom with a coloured three-piece suite.
Oykel View is a former dwelling house which offers the potential to renovate or use as a large store/ workshop or garage. There is electricity and plumbing to the property.
Due to the dilapidated state of Oykel View we cannot allow access to the property.
There is a good size garden ground which is in need of landscaping and maintenance.
The property is being sold with a further 1.2 acres of land which sits to the rear of the property and is bounded by stock fencing.
This property may be subject to crofting tenure.
Inch na Damph is situated in an elevated position overlooking the Kyle of Sutherland and hills beyond. In a rural location close to Rosehall situated in the heart of the Highlands some 8 miles west of Lairg. The village has a small community, the Achness Hotel and a primary school nearby. Lairg has a greater range of facilities including a railway station with services north to Wick and Thurso and south to Inverness.
The property is within easy driving distance of Ardgay, a small scenic village some 36 miles north of Inverness and approximately 14 miles south west of Dornoch on the east coast of the Highlands. Ardgay has its own primary school and secondary school pupils have a choice of attending either Tain Royal Academy or Dornoch Academy. The village has a local shop and garage, church and village hall. Nearby Bonar Bridge, has shops, a post office, a hotel, restaurant and cafe. Further facilities are available at Tain (approx. 19 miles away). For the more active, Ardgay is an excellent base for walking, stalking and fishing and is golfing available at nearby Bonar Bridge (9 hole) and championship golf course at Dornoch.