COUNTRY sports lovers are in for a treat as a traditional croft house on the banks of the River Oykel has come onto the market.
The stunning single storey home is perfect for outdoor enthusiasts offering some of the best fishing in the Highlands, several munros, world-class deer stalking estates and scores of scenic walks.
And modifications have been made to welcome weary walkers home from their day of adventure with a purpose built sun lounge featuring floor to ceiling glazing offering striking views across the river. There is also enough storage space in the house and three exterior buildings to hang hiking boots and fishing rods, or keep all your outdoor equipment for your break.
Surrounded by dense greenery with fields and forests as far as the eye can see, Tuiteam is situated next to the River Oykel in Sutherland, close to the village of Rosehall in the heart of the Scottish Highlands.
From a river perfect for fishing enthusiasts to red deer for stalking nearby, this three bedroom property is the ideal retreat for fans of the great outdoors.
Inverness-based property experts, Bell Ingram, are now marketing the sports hub for offers over £250,000.
Joanne Stennett, property manager at Bell Ingram, said: “Whether you enjoy wading through rivers and catching fresh fish or want to bag a munro amongst some of Scotland’s finest views, Tuiteam has it all.
“With an unrivalled location boasting views across the banks of the River Oykel, this home is perfect for couples or growing families looking for a base to explore what nature has to offer.
“But if fishing isn’t your cup of tea, you can still enjoy the peaceful charm of the local wildlife or endless walks in the countryside. The town of Lairg is also just eight miles away, providing excellent facilities with Achness Hotel and a primary school fulfilling most family needs.”
This three-bedroom bungalow has been modernised and benefits from double glazing and under floor heating through the croft. The floor coverings are also a mixture of Caithness stone and slate floors, adding to the traditional charm of the home.
Accessed by a gravel driveway, this property is the perfect base for keen sportsman with ample storage throughout the property and has three generous outbuildings.
Joanne added: “The property is set on more than 1.5 acres of gardens with three work sheds, providing plenty of space for sports equipment or family storage.
“For those who want to immerse themselves in nature, Tuiteam is the perfect retreat. Properties of this standard with such great outdoor sports right on its door step don’t come along very often so anyone interested should grab this opportunity now.”
The interior of the property is also full of character including the kitchen; adorned with oak units, polished Caithness stone work surfaces, a Belfast sink and exposed stone walls. There is also a large Rangemaster electric cooker, new dishwasher, washing machine and fridge freezer which are all included in the sale.
Viewings are strictly by appointment only so for more information and to register an interest in the property, prospective purchasers should contact Bell Ingram’s Inverness office on 01463 717799.
Established 112 years ago, Bell Ingram has 130 professional staff across 11 UK offices, including chartered surveyors, estate and forestry managers, architects, green energy specialists and estate agents.
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