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This six bedroomed deceptively large stone built steading has been renovated to a high standard and would make a beautiful family home. Set in the rural area of Bilbster and in excellent decorative order, the accommodation consists of lounge, kitchen, dining room, family room, utility room, six bedrooms (one with en-suite) and bathroom. The property benefits from oil central heating and is double glazed throughout. There is a gravel driveway at the front of the property with parking for several vehicles. An enclosed drystone wall surrounds the property which is mainly laid to grass and stepping stones. Two adjoining outbuildings lie adjacent to the property, one which is currently used as a garage and the other, a workshop, both benefitting from power and light. There are excellent open countryside views over farmland and beyond.
Bilbster is a quiet rural area of Caithness located around the A882, the main Wick to Thurso road. It contains a handful of houses spread over approximately 1 square mile with the nearest village, Watten roughly 2 miles away. Bilbster is a farming area. It is a peaceful quiet place. The River Wick a productive salmon river, meanders through Bilbster, its quiet "burble" a relaxing sound on a calm sunny day. The nearest town, Wick, is one of the two main towns in the area. From here there area regular rail and bus services south, as well as daily schedule flights from the town's airport.
Utility Room - 1.8m x 1.8m
UPVC glazed outer door. Fully fitted units with stainless steel sink. Plumbed for washing machine. Loft hatch.
Family Room - 5.9m x 3.46m (at widest)
With two double power points, telephone point, one double radiator, multifuel burner on tiled hearth with wood mantel, karndean flooring, shelved display alcove with storage cupboard beneath. Double wood doors to
Kitchen - 3.44m x 3.21m th five double power points, fitted base and wall units with resin 1.5 sink and drainer and period brass mixer tap, stainless steel five-burner gas-fired range with double overn, stainless steel cooker hood, integral dishwasher and fridge/freezer, lood lined ceiling, access hatch to loft. Doorway through to
Dining Room - 5.50m x 3.50m with Karndean flooring, two double power points, two double radiators, glazed Upvc door to exterior. Glazed wood door to
Hallway with wood laminate flooring, one double power point, three single power points, one double radiator, door to built-in storage cupboard. Doors to
Lounge - 4.66m x 4.23m (at widest) with Karndean flooring, four double power points, one double radiator, multi-fuel stove on flagstone hearth and stone surround, alcove beside fireplace, Upvc door to exterior
From the hallway, doors to
Bedroom 1 - 3.41m x 2.82m with one double power point, one single radiator
Bathroom – 2.82m x 2.11m with WC, pedestal wash hand basin, bath with mixer taps and spray, wet wall-lined shower enclosure with mixer shower, vertical heated towel rail, cork tiled floor, part-tiled walls, large mirror behind bath, fitted overhead storage units, wood-lined ceiling.
Bedroom 2 - 3.04m x 2.89m with one double power point, one single power point, one single radiator, louver doors to walk-in storage cupboard
Bedroom 3 – 3.10m x 2.45m with two single power points, one single radiator
Bedroom 4 - 3.18m x 2.10m with one double power point, one single radiator, wall-mounted contact breaker unit
From the Hallway, Stair to
Study Landing - 4.32m x 4.10m with threedouble power points, one double radiator, electric wall mounted flame effect fire, combed ceiling, Velux roof light. Doors to
Master bedroom - 7.36m x 4.60m (at widest) with three double power points, one double radiator, combed ceiling, two Velux roof lights, two double-glazed doors to built in wardrobes. Panelled door to
En-suite - 3.63m x 2.46m with WC, pedestal wash hand basin, free-standing bath with side mixer tap, tiled shower enclosure with mixer shower, one tubular radiator, combed ceiling, one Velux roof light, mirrored, shelved cabinet
Bedroom 6 - 4.65m x 4.63m (at widest)
With four double power points, double radiator, combed ceiling.
At the front a gravel drive way leads via a wooden vehicular and pedestrian gate, to a gravelled area with parking for several vehicles. There is an enclosed garden with lawn, hedges, flower and shrub beds, drystone wall and exterior lighting. A gravelled path with stepping stones leads to the rear where there is a walled, enclosed garden with potential for a pond, drying area and gravel paths and a walled courtyard. There are views over open countryside. There is a lean-to boilerhouse of stone construction 3.48m x 2.44m with electric, power, light and the central heating boiler.
There are two adjoining Stone-built outbuildings
1) 10.22m x 4.65m with flagstone flooring, exposed roof beams, electric power and lighting, three pedestrian doors to the exterior. Pedestrian door to
2) 12.08m x 4.90m with flagstone flooring, exposed roof beams, electric power, steel overhead door to exterior
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