Fantastic opportunity to purchase this Unique 2 bedroom detached cottage nestled in the desirable Culkein Drumbeg near Drumbeg on the Idyllic North Coast of the Scottish Highlands.
This property would be an ideal purchase for either a main residence or as a Holiday Home Investment.
This cottage boasts a stunning outlook onto spectacular rugged scenery and the impressive Quinag Corbett Mountain range. Presenting 2 double bedrooms, lounge, kitchen, bathroom and both front and rear porch entrance, this property also benefits from a large Attic with conversion potential and substantial garden grounds.
Entrance Porch 1.24m x 1.54m
Hallway 4.45m x 2.32m
Lounge 6.66m x 3.41m
Kitchen Diner 7.94m x 2.64m
Bedroom 1 3.35m x 3.09m
Bedroom 2 3.10m x 2.37m
Bathroom 2.5 x 3.34
Rear Porch 1.24 x 1.54m
This is a unique, semi rural property, nestled amongst some of the most stunning scenery in the Scottish Highlands. Viewing is essential to appreciate the full essence of this property and surroundings.
Culkein is a small crofting hamlet near Drumbeg in Assynt, on the stunning North West Coast of the Scottish Highlands. Close to the sea, this village benefits from stunning views, mountain backdrops and spectacular scenery at every turn. Approximately a 1 hour from the desirable town of Ullapool and around 30 Mins drive from the Historical Fishing Village of Lochinver, where many amenities can be found.
Lochinver is an historical coastal village positioned on the increasingly popular North Coast 500 route in the Highlands of Scotland.
Apx 90 Miles form Inverness and 35 miles form Ullapool, Lochinver itself boasts many amenities including the famous ‘Pie Shop’ Grocery store, post office, Butchers, Doctors surgery, leisure centre and primary school. Secondary students attend Ullapool Academy for which there is a local bus service.
To this day a large fishing community remains and a weekly fishing market is still a popular attraction. Surrounded by dramatic landscape Lochinver is desirable for both the locals and visitors to the area as it truly is the perfect Highland haven with many walks and outdoor activities. There are main road links to the town of Ullapool and the City of Inverness.
The city of Inverness boasts a varied way of life by offering a wide range of facilities and services. Direct links via road, rail and air to all major cities including Aberdeen, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Birmingham, Newcastle and London.
The immediate area of the city and across the Highlands is surrounded with an abundance of wildlife and many sporting estates, salmon and trout fishing, golf, shooting, cycling and walking which all enhance the natural beauty and enjoyment of the area.