Stromeferry Lodge

Stromeferry, Highland, IV53 8UJ

Offers Over £400,000

Bedroom Count icon 4

Reception Count icon 3

Bathroom Count icon 4

  • A C-listed, converted former Free Church with stunning views over Loch Carron.
  • 3 Reception Areas. Four Bedrooms.
  • Well-presented accommodation.
  • Retaining some original features.
  • Detached double garage with, garden store and utility room.
  • Spectacular sea loch and mountain views.

Stromeferry is a small village on the southern shore of the west coast sea loch of Loch Carron. The village is served by a railway station and lies just off the A890, a popular route from Inverness to the Isle of Skye.Nearby Kyle of Lochalsh, where the bridge crosses to Skye, offers a good range of shops and facilities and both primary and secondary schooling is available in Plockton some 7 miles distant. Inverness, about 1 ½ hour’s drive away, has all the facilities of a modern city including its airport with regular flights to the south and Europe.The west coast is famous for its unique coastline of sheltered bays, wide sandy beaches and beautiful island views with a backdrop of dramatic mountain peaks. This area has long been a popular tourist destination with its easy access to Skye and Plockton. Yet, just a short distance away from the busy tourist centres, the countryside offers a haven of peace where native wildlife and flora are plentiful and breath-taking views are the norm.Stromeferry Lodge is a C-listed former Free Church which was converted into a residential dwelling in 2005. The property has been run as a successful Bed and Breakfast in the past and will appeal to a wide range of potential purchasers. The versatile accommodation is well-presented and thoughtfully laid out with open plan entertaining areas being found on both floors. The sympathetic renovation has been designed to provide modern conveniences whilst retaining the character of the original building with features including vaulted ceilings, a galleried landing and beautiful arched stained glass windows framing the views over Loch Carron and the mountains beyond.