7 Opinan has recently been upgraded by the current owners and offers a well-appointed family home, bright and spacious. Recent improvements include the upgrading of the bathrooms and kitchen, utility room and the heating system. This detached house offers flexible accommodation over two floors and comprises: modern fitted kitchen, lounge with multi-fuel stove, dining room, utility room and up to 5 bedrooms. The property has double glazing and modern storage heating. Gravel driveway to front with detached garage to side and mature garden grounds up to approximately 0.33 acres (0.13 has).
*All sizes are approximate and guidance only.
PORCH (1.4m x 1.2m)
KITCHEN (3.9m x 3.3m)
A double aspect room, letting in plenty of light. With a modern fitted kitchen, integrated dishwasher and pantry.
LOUNGE (5.1m x 3.5m max)
With glazed door from the hall glazed double doors from dining room, multi fuel stove on tiled hearth with stone backing, timber mantelpiece, TV point and telephone point.
DINING ROOM (3.6m x 3.3m)
With glazed door from the hall, cornicing and glazed double doors to lounge.
BATHROOM (2.5m x 1.9m)
Contemporary shower room, with integrated WC, wash basin and contemporary heater with towel rail.
UTILITY ROOM (3m x 2.5m)
With fitted full height cupboard.
BEDROOM 1 / MORNING ROOM (3.6m x 3.4m)
Looking over the front garden.
BEDROOM 2 (3.5m x 2.6m)
Facing the side of the house and croft land.
Stairs to first floor with understairs cupboard and Velux window and access to roof space.
BEDROOM 3 (5.5m x 2.6m)
A double aspect room, fitted double wardrobe.
BEDROOM 4 (3.9m x 3.7m)
With Velux window, fitted double wardrobe and TV point.
BEDROOM 5 (5.6m x 3.7m max)
A double aspect room with Velux window and cupboard housing the hot water cylinder.
BATHROOM 2 (4.5m x 1.7m)
With Velux window, freestanding bath / tap and a separate shower, integrated WC, wash basin and contemporary heater with towel rail.
GARDENS GROUNDS & OUTBUILDINGS
5.9m x 3m
A single garage with roller door, concrete floor and storage space in the rafters.
Attached to the garage is a timber garden shed, comprising an open fronted log store on one side and enclosed shed on the other.
The gardens at 7 Opinan extend to approximate 0.3 acres and are sheltered on all sides by mature trees and shrubs and enclosed by post and wire fencing. The garden is laid mainly to lawn with framed views through the trees to the surrounding croft land.
There is a water tap in the garden. The electricity meters are on the outside wall of the property to allow for easy reading.
Popular Rural Community
In Walk-in Condition
Potential Air B & B
EPC = D
Near North Coast 500
Driveway And Detached Garage
Gairloch Approx 8 Miles
Easy Access To Beaches
Within Tesco Delivery Catchment
Secondary Schooling in Gairloch
7 Opinan is situated within the scattered crofting community of Opinan, a small settlement south of Gairloch in Wester Ross. The spacious detached house lies off the single track road along the Wester Ross peninsula, which follows the stunning coastline of rocky outcrops and large sandy beaches, just a short walk from Opinan beach and only a short drive to the beautiful beaches at Red Point. Ideally located to enjoy the best that this beautiful area offers, and on a popular route recommended by the NC500. 7 Opinan is set in an area of natural outstanding landscape, from rugged mountains that form a backdrop to the coastal villages, lochs and pretty countryside and gardens fed by the Gulf Stream.
The grazing land around the house gives far reaching views across the peninsula, while dramatic mountains are seen in the distance and from the first floor there are views to The Minch and the islands of the Inner Hebrides.
The west coast of Scotland is known for its mild climate and beautiful coastline with sheltered sandy beaches and island views. The natural landscape and traditional communities make this area popular with those seeking a change of lifestyle or a second home and 7 Opinan is an excellent base from which to enjoy this region. The west coast is famous for its sailing while inland, mountains and moorlands offer spectacular scenery, hill walking, climbing and trout fishing on the hill lochs. Nearby are the National Trust for Scotland Inverewe Gardens, a 50 acre garden of exotic plants established in the 1800s.
Gairloch is made up of all the settlements around Loch Gairloch from Red Point in the south west, with its beautiful sandy beach, to Rua Reidh Lighthouse in the north. The village itself has a good range of amenities including three small supermarkets, a bank, two post offices, pharmacy, health centre, eateries, gift shops, petrol station, harbour, golf course and primary and secondary schooling. Inverness is approximately 75 miles of stunning scenery away, and has all the facilities of a modern city including its main line railway station and airport with regular flights to the south.