Uist Property are pleased to bring to market this 3 bedroom detached home located in Cheesebay, North Uist. The property sits in mature garden grounds and benefits from views overlooking Loch Amhlasaraigh and the hills of North Uist. There is the potential for further development to expand this property into the roof space. The detached block built garage offers outdoor storage/workshop space.
The crofting townhip of Cheesebay is situated on the north side of North Uist approximately 10 miles from Lochmaddy which is the principal population centre on North Uist and the base for ferry services to the Isle of Skye and, local amenities such as hotels, shops, bank and post office. Balivanich is approximately 30 miles distant with daily flights to Glasgow, a hospital, shops and restaurants. The local primary School is situated in Paible which is 20 miles from the property.
Often referred to as a ‘paradise’ for it’s wildlife and beaches, North Uist is a landscape of fresh and salt water lochs bordered on its western side by miles of sandy beaches, and cultivated crofts. The Island is very popular with walkers, bird watchers, motor homers and cyclists alike. On the west side of the island the road follows the machair, (the fertile coastal grassland bordering the sand dunes), whilst the eastern side is mainly water. North Uist is a fantastic place for birdwatch-ing, with corncrakes, Manx shearwaters, corn buntings, gannets and Arctic terns all to be seen here – the RSPB also has a nature reserve at Balranald which is situated in Hougharry.
Reception Room - 1
Kitchen/Diner - 1
Bedrooms - 3
Bathromms - 1
WC - 1
Large Garage - 1
Electricity Water Drainage to septic tank Oil fired Rayburn central heating
DM Hall Surveyor: Calum Riach Date of inspection: 30th September 2020 Visit: www.packdetails.com Reference: HP643173 Postcode: HS6 5AT
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