Red House is a former croft house which has been extended to provide excellent living space situated in a quiet and rural location in the North of Sutherland. The property is decorated in neutral colours and has double glazing and calour gas heating.
Due to its location on the road to Strathy Beach it would be ideal as a holiday home, holiday let and also as a permanent home for those wishing a rural lifestyle.
The garden offers sufficient space for growing vegetables and the stores could be used as a workshop or converted to offer further living accommodation.
Red House is accessed via a wooden gate to an enclose patio area which leads to a UPVC door to the porch which is glazed to half height. Doors lead to the bathroom and hallway. The bathroom has a coloured three-piece suite comprising, bath, WC and wash basin. There is an electric shower over the bath and a heated towel rail.
From the inner hallways doors to the lounge and dining room and stairs rise to the upper floor. There is an under-stair storage cupboard offering good storage.
To the right lies the lounge which is a good-sized room with dual aspect windows enjoying the open views. There is a central feature of a wooden fireplace with slate hearth housing an electric fire.
To the left of the hall is the dining room which has a window to the front again enjoying the views. There is a tiled fireplace housing an electric fire. Three steps lead up to the kitchen.
The kitchen has a range of floor and wall units in cream with a wood effect worksurface and tiling to the splashbacks. A Belling oven with ceramic hob and Lec fridge are included in the sale.
A door leads to the rear store which gives scope to extend the kitchen to the rear to create a kitchen/diner thereby allowing the current lounge to be used as a downstairs bedroom/study.
Returning to the hall and the stairs rise to the upper landing and two double bedrooms. Both rooms have slightly combed ceilings. Both rooms have lovely rural views and bedroom 2 benefits from attractive wood panelling features.
Strathy is a small Hamlet located in the North of Sutherland. Strathy has a fine Inn which is receiving excellent reviews. Due to is ideal for enjoying outdoor pursuits including surfing at the nearby beach in Strathy or Melvich.
Melvich which is 3 miles East benefits from a primary school, hotel and store. Bettyhill, some 10 miles West, is a popular village situated on the dramatic north coast of Scotland. Given its remote location, Bettyhill is well served with local facilities including a Post Office/stores/filling station, general stores, hotel, inn, primary school, a very well respected secondary school, swimming pool and gym. Buses run to the primary and secondary schools.
Further facilities are available at Thurso which has a railway station. Tesco also regularly deliver to the area.