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A unique opportunity to acquire a detached guesthouse with owners accommodation, with additional land for potential redevelopment subject to planning.
3 ensuite letting bedrooms
1 large double owner’s bedroom on the ground floor, with additional first-floor double room
0.7 acres of land with mature gardens to the rear and a flat hilltop providing sea views for potential lodge development (STPP)
Scourie is a popular stop-off on the increasingly popular NC500 route circling the very northern part of Scotland
Price - Around £375,000
The property includes a private lounge with small office annexe, which leads through to the kitchen to the rear of the property. The kitchen is fitted to an excellent standard in keeping with the
property as a whole and includes all expected appliances etc.
An extension has recently been added to the rear of the property, accessed from the kitchen, which also provides direct access to both the external patio seating area and the garden. From the
lounge access is taken through to a corridor which leads to the private bathroom.
A large double bedroom is provided at ground floor level which includes fitted wardrobes. A smaller private double room is provided at attic floor level, with velux windows provided
Scourie Guest House is located on a slightly elevated position within the Highland village of Scourie on the north west coast of Scotland. The village lies on the increasingly popular North Coast 500 route, a predominantly coastal tour that encircles the very north of the country.
Inverness: 2 hours 15 mins
Aberdeen: 4 hours 30 mins
Fort William: 3 hours 45 mins
Edinburgh: 5 hours
Glasgow: 5 hours
The village benefits from a local store, Post Office and primary school, (Secondary school at Kinlochbervie).
Scourie is located within 1 of 3 Geoparks in Scotland, the North West Highlands Geopark. The park is home to some of the oldest rock formations in Great Britain, which add to the general dramatic scenery both in Scourie and along the nearby coastlines.
The area is extremely popular with tourists and outdoor enthusiasts with a wide range of water sports also provided for in the wider area. There are numerous walks that take in the coastline, mountains and unspoilt beaches, all easily accessible from Scourie.
The NC500 route has become popular with car enthusiasts and visitors from the UK and around the world due to its rugged and dramatic scenery in the remote area of Scotland north of the major cities.
Scourie Guest House is a detached 2 storey property set within approximately 0.7 acres of land. Principal access is taken from the front elevation to the front conservatory extension, which is utilised as the guest breakfast room. This then leads to a small corridor which provides access to the letting accommodation, one bedroom at ground floor and a further two accessed via a stairwell leading to the upper floor level.
The land to the rear of the property lends itself to potential development depending on the ambition
of a new owner. The owners have cleared a level site atop a steep hill to the rear of the guesthouse andthis would be a suitable location for the addition of a small self-catering lodge (subject to planning
permission being granted). The site benefits from views west over Scourie Bay as well as the many
There is an area of land to the immediate east of the property boundary which could be available to
purchase under separate negotiation (not under the ownership of Scourie Guest House). This land includes a stone ruin and there have been conversations with the landowner about a potential purchase which would allow scope for further development, for private residential accommodation or self catering letting accommodation, again STPP
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