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Mid Clyth, by Lybster

Caithness - 5 miles Wick.


Situated on a rise, this large, detached bungalow affords wonderful coastal, sea, and rural views.  It is located close to the village of Lybster, and is just off the A9, the main route North from Inverness.  It is generously sized and sits on approximately an acre of ground making this an ideal family home, or perhaps offering the potential for Bed & Breakfast.  The home benefits from central heating and double-glazing.


Lybster is a harbour village.  It has a primary school, shops and a couple of hotels.  It is almost equidistant to both Wick & Thurso.


Accommodation comprises:


The hallway gives access to all rooms.  To the left is the sitting room.  Further down the hall, an archway leads to the kitchen/utility wing, while the bedrooms are located on the left of the main hallway.  The hallway has; two radiators; three smoke detectors; access to the loft.  There are two large shelved cupboards, and a small cupboard houses the fuse boxes.


SITTING ROOM:                                16’10”  X   14’1”

This spacious, well-proportioned room has an attractive fireplace with brick surround and Caithness slab hearth.  This is offset by pine carpentry and a pine clad wall.  Windows to the front and rear offer wonderful views.  The sitting room also has: two wall lights; two brass down lights; pendant ceiling light; two double sockets.


DINING ROOM:                                10’4”  X   8’10”

(or fifth bedroom) 

This is a versatile room. Located adjacent to the kitchen its location suggests use as a dining room.  It would serve equally well as a study or fifth bedroom if required.  It has; two double sockets; radiator; large window; two cupboards, one with shelf and rail, the other shelved and housing the hot water cylinder; pine corner shelf.


KITCHEN:                                          13’8”  X   12’5”

This large kitchen has plenty of room for dining table and chairs.  The large windows afford lots of natural light, and panoramic views of the sea and countryside.  It has; five double sockets; single socket; gas cooker; stainless steel sink with single drainer and mixer taps; pine carpentry (floor and wall units); radiator; wall mounted gas, fan assisted, heater; immersion heater; Potterton boiler. 

UTILITY ROOM                 7’7”  X  6’1”

This is a good utilitarian space providing plumbing for automatic washing machine; coat hooks; double socket; window; door to back of house.


BATHROOM                                    9’9”  X  6’6”

Generously sized, the bathroom has a suite comprising of bath, WC, and pedestal wash basin with mirror and light over; tiled shower cubicle with electric shower and glass doors; three spot lights; radiator, window.

BEDROOM (1):                                 10’1”  X   9’3”

Nicely decorated, this bedroom has double wardrobe with shelf and raid; built in bookshelves/desk area; two double sockets; radiator; window.


BEDROOM (2):                                 10’6”  X  9’4”

This room has three double sockets; radiator; window.  There is a recessed area which is shelved.


BEDROOM (3):                                 9’2”  X  8’4”  (excluding recess)

This room is nicely decorated and had two double sockets; radiator; double wardrobe with shelf and rail.  Recessed area suitable for extra shelving.


BEDROOM (4):                                 13’11”  X  9’32

This room has three double sockets; radiator; telephone point; fitted wardrobes with shelves, rail, and mirror; window.



The property sits on a slight rise, surrounded by open farmland, and affording wonderful sea, coastal and rural views.  The subjects extend to approximately one acre of land divided into the area around the house, plus a paddock.  The gardens are mainly lawn, but with some mature shrubs and bushes.  There is off-road parking between the garden ground and the paddock.


This is a very good property.  It is spacious offering four bedrooms, large sitting room, and dining room.  It could be used as a large family home, although its size could lend it to Bed & Breakfast potential.  It has been generally well maintained and is nicely decorated.  Some of the rooms are now in need of redecoration, but this is reflected in the asking price.

£65,000 Sterling

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