- Amazing panoramic sea views.
- Island lifestyle
- 1 bedroom quirky cottage
- Close to local amenities and transport links
- Off street parking on driveway
- Call Monster Moves and ask for Karen
- Home report and floor plan on Monster Moves website
There is an oil central heating system which has recently been installed along with a Yucon pot belly stove in the living room and an oil fired Rayburn in the dining room.
Stronsay is an Outer North isle and is accessible by plane or ferry from Kirkwall, Orkney Mainland.
PORCH/SUN ROOM (2.3m x 2.2m)
Located at the entrance of the cottage is this glazed sun porch/entrance hall which offers breath taking sea views.
LIVING ROOM (3.6m x 2.7m)
Situated to the rear of the property is this neutrally decorated living room. There is white tongue and groove panelling on the vaulted ceiling with a built in side board which has glass doors on the top and wooden doors on the bottom. There is a log burning stove on a slate hearth and tiled background with a wooden mantle.
KITCHEN (2.2m x 2.3m)
The kitchen is located to the front of the property with stunning sea views from the kitchen sink. Traditional solid wood kitchen base units which suit the cottage perfectly. There is space for a washing machine and fridge/freezer. Neutrally decorated with a wood effect vinyl flooring.
HALL WAY (1.7m x 0.8m)
Positioned between the kitchen, dining room and lounge.
DINING ROOM (3.6m x 3.0m)
Neutrally decorated with vaulted wood panelled ceiling. The solid fuel stove (Rayburn) is situated in this room and is the main source for cooking. Two small pantry cupboards offer additional storage. There is a wooden pully above the stove for drying clothes along with a wood effect vinyl flooring.
Located to the front of the property with a walk in shower. There is a white vanity unit with storage below along with a w/c. The bathroom has quirky mix & match tiles. There are some shop bought white tiles along with some shells which have washed up on the shore made into a mosaic display.
Located just off the living room is this cosy bedroom. There is space for a double bed and wardrobe. Neutrally decorated with a vaulted ceiling with wooden panelling and velux window. There is a beige/brown carpet.
LUXURY HEN HOUSE (3.5m x 3.3m)
Located to the front of the property with its own external entrance is this beautifully designed hen house. These hens have a luxury home with painted white walls, exposed beams and velux window along with world map wallpaper and original flag stone flooring.
FORMER BARN (7.0m x 3.1m)
This room is currently used as additional living space. It is painted white with original flagstone flooring and exposed beams. There is an open fire with chimney.
The house could be adapted to add additional living space in the cottage, perhaps additional bedrooms could be added. Please seek advice from the Orkney Islands Council planning department for advice on this.
Coming from the ferry right at the end of the pier and follow the road through Whitehall village. Keep following the road, you will see the waterworks on the right, then go up a hill. At the top of the hill there is T junction where you turn left. Keep on the main road and you will pass the school and community centre on the left. Keep going past the fire station on the right and Olivebank stores on the left. Around half a mile along the road from the shop turn right (there is no sign) towards Holland farm. You will drive past a new cemetery on the left, take the next right. Then take the next left. Gesty Dishes is the last house with a green shed outside it.
Council tax - A
EPC - E
Heating - Oil central heating
Floorspace - 38sqm