Coillore Farm House

Struan, Isle of Skye, IV56 8FX

Offers over £355,000


Property type: Large detached dwelling (former care home)
Bedrooms: 10
Public rooms: 4
Heating: Oil fired central heating

Home Report link: Click here to download the Home Report for Coillore Farm House, Struan, Isle of Skye via the GSPC website

A substantial property offering great business opportunities with the added bonus of a self-contained flat.

Coillore Farm House is a large well maintained property with Cuillin views. Previously a private care home and perfectly suited for a B+B business this large well situated house comes with approximately 0.5 acres of ground (to be confirmed by title deeds). The seller is willing to discuss the sale of further garden ground if desired. There are 6 bedrooms on the ground floor of the property and a further 3 on the first floor. The house also boasts a large kitchen with separate dining area as well as a lounge and sitting room. There are several bathrooms and shower rooms and also a good sized utility area. The house has oil fired central heating and fire doors throughout. The self-contained flat has open plan accommodation including living room, dining room and kitchen and also has a bedroom and bathroom with shower. The steadings to the rear of the property also provide an option for conversion to accommodation and if potential buyers are interested these can be negotiated for separately.

The small village of Struan in north west Skye is a crofting township which nestles the shoreline of Loch Bracadale and offers local amenities which include a village shop, Post Office, church and Primary School. The area is served by a mobile library and bank. The village of Dunvegan is approximately 9 miles away and has a good range of  amenities including a dentist, medical centre, village hall, garage, petrol station, hardware store, grocery stores and a range of hotels and bars. There are also several excellent restaurants in this area including The Three Chimneys which is located 5 miles from Dunvegan on the shores of Loch Dunvegan . Dunvegan is also home to Skye's world famous Dunvegan Castle the ancestral home of the chiefs of the Clan MacLeod. Portree, the island capital, is approximately 11 miles from the village of Struan and here you will find facilities such as secondary schooling (to which a bus runs daily), shops, supermarket, restaurants and hotels, swimming pool & leisure facilities, banks, hospital, chemist, dentist, etc.

Travel Directions
The nearest International Airport is Glasgow and the nearest local airport with flights to several UK and European destinations is Inverness. The drive from Glasgow is between 4.5 – 5.5 hours depending on the time of the year. The drive to Inverness is approximately 2.5 hours. There is a railway at Kyle of Lochalsh with trains running daily to Inverness. There is also a railway station in Malaig with trains travelling to Fort William and then onwards to Glasgow. The village of Struan is approximately 37 miles from the Skye bridge if travelling to the island by road from the mainland.

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