Tain property offers ‘home and income potential’, agent says
Overlooking the beach to the Dornoch Firth, Caledonian House in Portmahomack near Tain has five bedrooms, three of which are en suite, along with “outstanding” public rooms.
Situated on the Tarbat peninsula, Portmahomack is described as a “quintessential fishing village” with an attractive harbour which attracts a range of visitors, including water sports enthusiasts and walkers.
For anyone seeking a lifestyle opportunity on the island, this has to be a serious consideration.
There’s a nine-hole golf course in the village, and Caledonian House is just a short drive from the courses at Tain and Royal Dornoch Golf Club.
ASG Commercial’s Andy Gray said the property, which is on the market at offers over £330,000, offers “excellent home and income potential”.
Meanwhile, in the west, the agent is marketing an established B&B on the Isle of Skye.
Located two and a half miles from Portree, Cul Na Creagan has five letting bedrooms and a one-bedroom self-contained annex.
Andy Gray, who is marketing Cul Na Creagan with a price tag of offers over £335,000, said the property’s location makes it popular with tourists.
“This most substantial modern property provides a simple-to-operate business securing a credible income whilst providing a spacious comfortable home,” he said.
“The day to day operation of the business is capable of being undertaken by one person which could leave a second to take up employment within the local community, if so desired.
“For anyone seeking a lifestyle self-employment opportunity on the island this has to be a serious consideration.”
Images – New owners are being sought for B&B businesses Caledonian House near Tain (top) and Cul Na Creagan on the Isle of Skye (above).