This spacious three bedroom bungalow enjoys idyllic location in the peaceful village of Garyvard, Isle of Lewis and offers an exciting development opportunity to create a stunning holiday home or rental with beautiful views over the surrounding croft land. The property requires refurbishment throughout which, allied with a competitive Guide Price and strong comparable end development values, provides potential to achieve significant levels of added value and profit margin. The existing accommodation format comprises lounge, kitchen, three bedrooms and bathroom but there would also be potential to add a further two bedrooms and bathroom in the loft space subject to required permissions. The property plot extends to approximately ½ acre and there is also a field adjacent to the property (understood to be of similar size) on which the existing owner kept her horses which could perhaps provide further development potential. There is no heating system in the property but there is an electric supply. Air source heating or oil could be other heating options to explore but there is already an open fireplace in the lounge and a chimney in the kitchen for Raeburn or similar range. The added value and stunning surroundings make this an ideal project for a developer to undertake the works required and either retain for rental or achieve margin through resale.
Exciting development opportunity
Additional development potential
Peaceful and scenic Isle of Lewis location
Strong margin gain potential
Ideal holiday home/rental
Adjoining plot for grazing or possible development
The peaceful village of Garyvard in South Lochs lies approximately 24 miles south of Stornoway on the Isle of Lewis. Local amenities include primary school, healthcare facilities, shop and café/bar with a wider range of facilities available in Stornoway. Stornoway is the main point of entry to the Outer Hebrides, offering two daily ferry sailings from Ullapool and a modern airport with a number of daily flights. Lewis is the most populated island of the Outer Hebrides and the Isle of Lewis and Harris is the third largest of the British Isles. Lewis is a popular tourist destination with a wide range of visitor attractions and museums including the ancient Carloway Broch and the 5000 year old stone circles of Callanish. The island has a great many sandy beaches which attract surfers and kayakers. The coastline is also a haven for climbers and walkers of all abilities.
Unsafe properties are evidently in a condition that poses a serious risk to the health or safety of occupants or visitors, or where the way the home is marketed suggests it is unsuitable for occupation in that condition. There is little point in a condition survey being undertaken on a home that is unfit for occupation in any case and is being advertised as such.
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Lake House Crosswinds, Isle of Lewis, HS2 9QD
Builder / developer opportunity
Type: House, Residential
Lake House Crosswinds , Isle of Lewis, HS2 9QDGBWestern IslesHS2 9QDLake House Crosswinds