Potential buyers looking for the peace and serenity of island life will find their dream property in a stunning traditional house on the banks of the Isle of Raasay.
3 Eyre is situated on the picturesque island off the West Coast of Scotland and combines breath taking views across the water to Skye with perfect tranquillity.
The property is at one with nature, with shore access from the front garden where seals, dolphins and otters regularly pass by, while the odd whale can even be spotted.
The charming property also comes with a large summer house, offering the ideal spot to sit back and relax while enjoying the mesmerising scenery.
The house boasts a fully equipped kitchen with utility room while in the sitting room, triple-glazed French doors offer a perfect way to enjoy the uniquely beautiful views.
Both bedrooms present buyers with the opportunity to admire the otters and wildlife outside.
The property’s garden runs down to the shore and features fruit trees and fruit bushes, while there is a gate which opens onto a pebble beach, just yards from the house.
The sale also includes a number of outbuildings and a vegetable garden with hen house which allows the owner a level of self-sufficiency.
On the market with Perth-based land and estate agents Bell Ingram, 3 Eyre is for sale with a guide price of £235,000.
Joanne Stennett, of Bell Ingram, said: “3 Eyre is located in one of the most incredible locations imaginable.
“With picture postcard views across some of the most breath-taking landscapes in the country as well as stunning nature and wildlife on its doorstep, the property truly is a one-off.
“The property itself offers all the mod cons, with a fully equipped kitchen, a living room with idyllic views and bedrooms that encapsulate the meaning of a room with a view.”
The serene Isle of Raasay is accessed by a regular ferry service from Skye and features numerous locations of historical interest as well as many walking trails with panoramic views enhanced by Red Deer and Golden Eagles.
A viewing appointment can be arranged through Bell Ingram’s Inverness office on 01463 717799.