An impressive property, set in an elevated, rural position taking advantage of the wonderful views over The Laggan and Loch Indaal to the Rhinns.
ISLE OF ISLAY
Moorburn is an impressive modern DETACHED SINGLE STOREY HOUSE, just off the High Road at Glenegedale, mid-way between Port Ellen and Bowmore. It is set in a relatively exposed, elevated, rural position at the end of a private roadway. From that position, expansive views are enjoyed, particularly to the front (west), there being a sweeping outlook over The Laggan and Loch Indaal to the Rhinns. The house was built in 2008 with two wings which project to the west and which contain the lounge and master bedroom. The building itself is timber framed (Scot Frame). It has a rendered and whitewashed block skin and slate roof. The property is fully double glazed and has oil fired central heating and a coal fireplace in the lounge. Solid oak or redwood flooring is fitted in all rooms except the third bedroom, kitchen, bathroom and utility room.
The property has been used, successfully, for holiday letting. Typically the house currently lets for about 20 weeks per annum at an average weekly rental of £600.00. In view of the current business use, the house is subject to non-domestic rates for which the present owner has full exemption.
Generally, all fitted floor coverings, curtains and blinds will be included, as will all integrated appliances and white goods. Most other furnishings may be available for separate sale.
Hallway: Front entry door between the two westerlywings leads into the hall which extends the full length of the house; a broom cupboard accommodating hot water tank is provided.
Lounge: Large, impressive, spacious and comfortable, entering from hallway by double glass panelled doors; light and airy with triple window to the west and double window to the north, taking in super views; blonde marble coal fireplace with black hearth; curtains with drapes included.
Master Bedroom: Three windows to front, with view over moorland to Laggan Bay and the Atlantic; two double fitted wardrobes with sliding wood doors along one wall; includes en-suite shower room with south facing window which has shower compartment, WC, wash hand basin and heated towel rail.
Family Bathroom: To north, fully tiled; bath, with overhead shower; WC, wash hand basin and heated towel rail; floor tiles.
Bedroom 2: Good sized room with double window to the rear; two double fitted wardrobes with sliding doors along one wall.
Bedroom 3: Double window to rear; laminate wood effect flooring; another large room, with two double fitted wardrobes with sliding doors along one wall.
Dining Room: To rear, with double window providing open outlook and view over the moor; solid redwood floor; freshly decorated.
Kitchen/Diner: To rear, with tiled floor covering; extensive range of floor and wall units and worktops; integrated appliances include ceramic electric hob, cooker hood, oven/grill, fridge and dishwasher.
Utility Room: Back door out to parking area; central heating boiler; white goods included are washing machine, tumble drier, fridge and freezer.
The house sits within a half acre site, part of which is enclosed as garden. The enclosed garden area is mainly in grass and includes a vehicle entry and large parking area at the rear. A slabbed ramp leads up to the back door.
Private drainage to exclusive septic tank, within grounds.
VIEWINGS AND LOCATION
Viewings are strictly by appointment per the selling agents, Stewart Balfour & Sutherland at the Property Shop. A location plan is shown, Moorburn being part of the more northerly green area indicated on the plan.
Please contact us on 01586 553737 if you wish to arrange a viewing appointment for this property, or require further information.
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