Over the sea to Skye – from front garden of stunning property on sale for £375k

The property has its own slice of Scotland.

A STUNNING Highland property up for sale boasts a front garden from which the owner can jump in a kayak – and paddle straight to Skye.

Pictures show how the small lawn gives way to a gently sloping, secluded beach with the coastline of Skye under eight miles away in a straight line.

The property on the west coast of Scotland is a dream for lovers of the sea and watersports with miles of unspoilt coastline and dozens of islands within easy reach.

Each room inside Tigh A Bhroc, in Toscaig near Strathcarron, also has a front-facing window in order to take in the amazing scenic views across to Skye in the near distance.

The views directly across to Skye are something money can buy.

Estate agents Galbraith, who are taking offers from £375,000, confirm there is “direct access to a rocky beach and you can go canoeing or kayaking out into the loch from the garden”.

And One Off Places, who currently market the property as a holiday home, echo this by saying the “house has a private garden with direct access to the shoreline – ideal for canoeists.”

Images show how Loch Carron which stretches out to the Inner Sound comes right up to the bottom of the garden that is lined with a rocky beach.

Just a few steps from the front doors of the property you can get access to the loch and head off on a journey which can lead you to Skye or the nearby Crowlin Islands.

At the bottom of the garden where the grass stops, a line of rocks and boulders indicate where the beach is, and also showing where the water comes to at high tide.

The secluded coastal home boasts three bedrooms, two reception rooms and remarkable landscape views.

Future buyers are in for peace, quiet and coastal bliss.

New residents can relax in any room facing the front of the house – as each one has a window with amazing panoramic views of the nearby islands.

It is situated at the bottom of an isolated country road which stretches up to nearby village Applecross in the Western Highland peninsula.

Galbraith said: “Tigh A Bhroc lies in a beautiful coastal setting on the Applecross peninsula on the west coast of Scotland. Lying just above a small, sheltered bay and on the edge of the traditional crofting hamlet of Toscaig, the house is in an outstanding position with no other dwellings in view and a rocky beach at the bottom of the front lawn.

“The understated interior has high quality finishes throughout and complements the rugged and beautiful surroundings. Recent improvements include a new range cooker in the kitchen and a new first floor bathroom.”