Crobeag is a hillfarm in the very north west of Scotland, on the island of Lewis in the Outer Hebrides. The farmhouse itself was almost completely rebuilt 20 years ago, and is located in a beautiful, and sheltered location. The house has three bedrooms, and an open plan kitchen/sitting room.
Outside, the farmland in total comes to 365 acres, partly on Lewis itself, and also on St Columba’s Island which is a historic private island off the coast of Lewis separated by a short tidal causeway which can be accessed at low tide. In addition the property also includes a number of other nearby small outcrops totalling about ten acres.
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St Columba’s Island itself is a fascinating place: as one of the very first Christian sites on Lewis the former church and related developments were dedicated to St Columba, and the graveyard was used up until the 19th century, if not beyond. The first description of the island is by Sir Donald Munro, High Dean of the Isles, who travelled the area in 1549, before the reformation.
The Isle of Lewis is rich in history and character, and lies about 40 miles of the coast of mainland Scotland, just above Skye. The farm is 40 minutes’ drive from Stornoway Airport which has several flights a day to Inverness, Glasgow, Edinburgh and Aberdeen.
Offers over £525,000 are invited. For further information please contact CKD Galbraith on 01463 224 343 or visit www.ckdgalbraith.co.uk.
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