Hillview, Shore Road

Broadford, Isle of Skye, IV49 9AE

Region of £230,000


Property type: Semi-detached
Bedrooms: 4
Public rooms: 2
Bathrooms: 2

Home Report link: Click here to download the Home Report for Hillview, Shore Road, Broadford, Isle of Skye via the GSPC website

This is a really terrific opportunity to purchase a property in immaculate condition, well-placed to benefit from the islands thriving tourist industry.

A spacious, well maintained 4 bedroom semi –detached 2.5 storey house centrally located in the village of Broadford on the Isle of Skye. The property is currently run as a bed and breakfast/self-catering business. It is very well placed for all local amenities and is also only a 5 minute drive from the Skye Bridge.


Ground floor
Living room           3.56 x 4.80m
Kitchen                   3.00 x 4.50m
Sitting room           3.00 x 4.78m

Staircase to first floor
Family bathroom   4.00 x 2.50m
Family bedroom    4.85 x 3.60m
Bathroom                2.30 x 2.30m
Family bedroom    2.60 x 4.70m

Staircase to second floor
Bedroom                 4.10 x 3.70 under eaves
Bedroom                 2.70 x 4.20 under eaves
Office/Storage        2.20 x 2.00m   


Broadford lies in the south end of the scenic Isle of Skye and this property is in the centre of the village The house is situated next to one of the local restaurants with the local supermarket and filling station a few steps along the road. It’s also only a short walk from the local primary school. Broadford has a medical centre, a hospital, chemist, community hall, a number of restaurants and cafes, craft shops and a harbour. Secondary schooling is available in Portree some 25 miles to the north, or in Plockton (which includes the National Centre of Excellence in Traditional Music) 14 miles distant having crossed the Skye Bridge. Skye has a thriving tourist industry and was recently voted the ‘most desirable place to live in Britain’. It offers a wide variety of outdoor pursuits, including mountain climbing, kayaking, fishing and pleasant coastal walks. Scotland’s internationally recognised centre for Gaelic Language and Culture, Sabhal Mor Ostaig, UHI, is located nearby on the Sleat peninsula. A bridge to Kyle of Lochalsh (9 miles distant) or a ferry service from Armadale (16 miles south) to Mallaig connect Skye to the mainland. There is a ferry service to the Western Isles from Uig (40 miles to the north). A rail link is available at Kyle of Lochalsh with a regular service to Inverness and onwards to Glasgow and Edinburgh. Air links are available at Inverness airport (88 miles) and Glasgow Airport (180 miles).