Sgreadan Cottage

Isle of Colonsay, Argyll, PA61 7YR

Offers Over £225,000

  • Stylish traditional cottage
  • Lovely views to loch and surrounding countryside
  • Lifestyle opportunity
  • Rare opportunity to buy on Isle of Colonsay
  • Excellent history of successful holiday lets
  • Acreage 0.24 acres (0.097 hectares)

SITUATIONSgreadan Cottage enjoys a superb position on the popular Inner Hebridean Island of Colonsay with wonderful views over Loch Fada. The cottage is central to all amenities on the island being equi-distance on the loop road from the ferry port of Scalasaig. The island boasts a stunning landscape, sandy beaches and extensive wildlife. Colonsay Hotel and a well stocked shop are located in Scalasaig. There are frequent sailings to the Isle of Colonsay from Oban and Kennacraig. Connel Airport has a regular flight service to Colonsay from Connel.DESCRIPTIONSgreadan Cottage is a delightful, three bedroom cottage. The property is over 150 years old and retains its charm and character and is cosy and welcoming. It is set back from the road in an elevated position from where the views can be enjoyed from all of the rooms except the bathroom. There is a large sitting room with space for dining and with an open fire for colder evenings. The house is light and airy with the kitchen benefitting from an abundance of light via windows on 3 aspects. There is a double bedroom downstairs and two attic rooms upstairs accessed from a steep staircase in the hall way. The bathroom has its own picture window which can be enjoyed from the bath with a view to the rear of the property. There is a shower over the bath. Sgreadan Cottage has been a holiday home for many years but equally it would be a lovely primary residence. The house was refurbished by the owners approximately 15 years ago.ACCOMMODATIONGround Floor:Porch, bathroom, sitting room/dining room, kitchen, double bedroom, stairs to first floorFirst Floor:2 attic bedrooms and connecting hallwayGARDEN (AND GROUNDS)There is a pretty front garden with stunning loch views and a choice of seating areas to benefit from the southerly aspect. The garden is surrounded by a low dry-stone wall and fencing and extends to the east beyond which provides parking for several vehicles. The garden is laid to lawn at the front and natural moss at the sides and rear. There is a gravel path leading from the garden gate to the front door. There is a coal bunker on the east side of the property.