Torran Cottage is a deceptively spacious two-bedroom semi-detached property which has been extended to provide excellent living space. The property is decorated in neutral colours and has oil fired central heating.
Currently used as a successful holiday let the property would also be suitable as a holiday home and also as a permanent home for those wishing a rural lifestyle.
Torran Cottage is accessed via a hardwood door to an entrance porch with tiled floor. An opening leads to the dining room where access is gained to the kitchen, living room and sun room.
The dining room has a wooden floor and window to the front. Patio doors give access to the sun room and let in plenty of natural light.
The kitchen lies to the right and has a tiled floor. There is a good range of floor and wall units in oak with decorative tiled splashbacks and granite effect work surfaces. An electric oven with gas hob, Indesit washing machine, dishwasher and fridge freezer are included in the sale.
To the left of the dining room is the living room which has a window to the front and a central feature of an open fire with wooden mantle, tiled hearth and cast iron inset.
The sun room which sits to the rear of the property is spacious and bright and adds excellent extra living space. It is glazed to three sides and has a modern high gloss floor.
From the dining room a wooden open staircase rises to the upper floor landing which has a large Velux window giving plenty of light.
The two bedrooms are both double in size and have slightly coombed ceilings and enjoy the rural views. Bedroom 1 has eaves storage.
Completing the internal accommodation is the shower room with two-piece suite in white comprising WC and sink and a large walk in shower with electric shower.
Torran Cottage is situated on the remote coast of northwest Sutherland surrounded by natural beauty. It is ideally situated to provide mountaineering, excellent coastal walks, fishing, geology, kayaking, etc as well as enjoyment of the abundant flora & fauna in the area. The property is on the Assynt Peninsula which has a spectacular coastline and many magnificent mountains as well as some 240 lochs which provide some wonderful wild brown trout fishing (by permit). The area has white sandy beaches and rock pools with the most famous being Achmelvich with its sand dunes and turquoise waters. A shingle beach is within walking distance of the cottage.
There are many facilities in Lochinver the main village of Assynt. Lochinver provides a range of services including shops, school, medical services, leisure centre and good quality restaurants.
Ullapool, some 40 miles away, has a wider range of shops, a supermarket, restaurants, pubs and hotels and is the main ferry terminus to Stornowy. The city of Inverness is about 94 miles to the south and has a greater variety of facilities including modern shopping centres, theatre, hotels and restaurants, cinemas and the main railway station. Inverness Airport has a variety of services to include destinations both domestic and abroad with Flybe, BA and Easyjet to London Gatwick, Heathrow and other destinations.