No 1 Ardveenish
Isle of Barra
No1 Ardveenish is a cosy two bedroom home which has been recently renovated to include all modern comforts.
The layout centres around a warm living space and includes a fully appointed kitchen, comfortable seating, dining table and log burning stove.
There is a double bedroom on the ground floor, and one twin or double upstairs. Please note, as this is a traditional croft house, the stairs are narrow and there is limited head-room upstairs.
There is a family bathroom with over-bath shower on the ground floor.
Travel cot, high chair and baby monitor are available on request.
The house has a two-seater sofa and a comfortable easy chair, perfectly situated to enjoy the view.
There is a small log burning stove and a television with free-sat and dvd player.
A selection of dvd's and books are available in the house, with Twister, Trivial Pursuit, Chess and the complete works of Burns and Shakespeare to entertain.
There is a dining table with four chairs situated under the South facing square window.
There is a family bathroom on the ground floor with over-bath shower.
There is a useful space for coats and boots, a washer/dryer and also the oil-fired central heating boiler.
The kitchen is small but well equipped with fridge freezer, microwave, electric cooker and hob, and a full selection of pans, crockery and utensils.
The home is well insulated with radiators in each room. An oil-fired combi boiler provides instant hot water.
The first bedroom is on the ground floor and is a double room. The room is of generous proportions and can accommodate a travel cot if required.
There is a fenced garden area around the house which allows space for parking and turning, outdoor dining and level access to the front door. We will be improving this over the years to come, but for now watch out for nettles.
The second bedroom is upstairs, and can be configured as either a twin or double room. The ceilings are coombed, and the velux window provides a fabulous view over the bay.
Please be aware that due to the traditional nature of the property, the stairs are narrow, and the head-height upstairs is limited.