Torbuie, Balclaggan, Rogart, Sutherland IV28 3XF

£275,000 Offers Over
  • Ref: MMIV28170820KB
  • Type: Cottage, Detached House
  • Availability: Sold
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 3
  • Reception Rooms: 2
  • Parking: Driveway, Off Road Parking
  • Outside Space: Mature/Established Garden
  • Tenure: Freehold

Property Features

  • SOLD
  • 4 Bedroom Detached House
  • Rural location close to village of Rogart
  • Presently set up as a self catering holiday let
  • Furniture negotiable
  • Extensive outbuildings
  • Home report and floor plan on Monster Moves website

Property Summary

* SOLD *
Monster Moves is delighted to bring to the market this 4 bedroom detached property with garage, cellar and workshop in an enclosed garden close to the village of Rogart in Sutherland. The original croft house, built circa 1900 has been renovated and extended (in 2002) to the rear and connects the house to the byre. There is still further potential with this property to utilise the garage workshop and wine cellar.

The house presently consists of 4 bedrooms (1 with en suite) a utility, a kitchen/dining room, living room and games room. The property has stunning views out across the hills and has lots of natural light. The property is presently used as a self-catering property and therefore the furniture is available for purchase.

Rogart is a village 4 miles from the A9 on the east coast of Sutherland. The property is located approx 1.5 miles from the village shop, bus stop, train station, petrol station, local pub and close by is the local primary school. Whilst just 11 miles back to the east coast there are the villages/towns of Golspie, Dornoch and Tain with all other amenities including high schools as well as the award winning beaches and famous golf courses.

Council Tax Band - F

EPC Rating - F

Full Details

ENTRANCE HALL (2.0m x 3.3m)
The main entrance hall is at the side of the property and is a bright hallway with windows and doors on two sides. The second door leads out to the courtyard.

KITCHEN DINING (5.8m x 3.6m)
The large kitchen/dining room has plenty base and wall units with integrated dishwasher and fridge freezer. The dining area has 2 windows at right angles to each other giving lovely views out to the garden. There is a walk in pantry with shelving and also a chest freezer.

SUN ROOM (5.0m x 4.7m)
This is a great room with windows on all three walls. A log burner sits on Caithness slate hearth. Natural wooden floors and shelving either side of the chimney breast.

BEDROOM 1 with EN SUITE (3.5m x 4.2m 1.9m x 1.7m)
This double bedroom is on the ground floor and has an en-suite shower room.

UTILITY (2.0m x 2.3m)
The utility has a worktop with space below for a washing machine and tumble dryer. This also acts as a corridor through to bedroom 4.

PORCH (1.7m x 1.9m)
The original entrance would be through the porch at the front of the house. The porch has windows and a glass door and has spectacular views from here.

BEDROOM 4 (4.0m x 3.9m)
A double bedroom with window and a velux window. This room has access to the games room.

SHOWER ROOM (3.0m x 1.2m)
The shower room has a white w/c and pedestal basin and large shower enclosure with power shower and heated towel rail.

This room is a great addition to the property. It is presently used as a games room, relaxation room and has exposed stonework and flagstone flooring. A large free standing log burner is in the centre and the original byre door leads you out to the courtyard.


BEDROOM 2 (3.5m x 4.5m)
A double bedroom with coombed ceiling and 2 fitted wardrobes

BEDROOM 3 (4.5m x 3.5m)
A double bedroom with coombed ceiling and 2 fitted wardrobes

FAMILY BATHROOM (2.4m x 2.0m)
The bathroom has a 3-piece bathroom suite with overhead electric shower above the bath.

The property sits on approx third of an of garden which is mainly grass with mature trees around the boundary and to the rear. A gate provides vehicular access to the rear and the garage workshop.

There are a combination of sheds underneath the house extension and the byre (now games room). The sheds are used as garage, workshop, log store and one part was previously used as a wine cellar.

Council Tax Band -F
EPC Rating - F
Floor area 142 sq m (approx)
Built circa 1900 renovated and extended 2002
Septic Tank

From the A9 south of Golspie take the A839 west to Rogart (Pittentrail). At the Pittentrail Hotel take the next right signposted Little Rogart. Follow the road for approx 1.3 miles and after passing St Callans Church on the right you will go down the hill and the first turning on the left is to Little Rogart and the Rogart Primary School. Pass that and take the next left. Torbuie is at the bottom of the lane.

Virtual Tour

Property Location

Contact Office

Monster Moves Head Office
Thistle House
Main Street
KW10 6TG


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