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Set in 2.5 acres of ground, this three bedroom, 151m2, detached property is situated in the peaceful area of Scarfskerry, offering sea views and views over open countryside and of the Castle of Mey. In excellent decorative order, the accommodation comprises kitchen, lounge and dining area, which are open-plan, utility room, bathroom and three bedrooms. The property benefits from solid fuel central heating and is double glazed throughout. The large gardens include a 30m x 20m orchard, a 30m x 15m vegetable plot, large log store and a 6m x 8m shed. Additionally, an area of hard standing allows parking for several vehicles. The property is planted with a variety of trees around a fully fenced perimeter. There is also full planning permission for a conservatory, garage and small wind turbine.
Scarfskerry is a former fishing hamlet with a harbour, abundant wildlife, and is about thirteen miles from Thurso which is the largest of the two principal towns of Caithness. Nursery, primary, secondary and college education can be obtained within the town. There is a main line railway station and bus depot together with airport facilities which can be obtained in the nearby town of Wick. There are a number of amenities/facilities available in the town of Thurso including public swimming pool, leisure centre, squash club and boating pond together with a range of shops and restaurants.
Half glazed UPVC exterior door to -
Utility Room – 3.66m x 2.98m. Two double power points. Single radiator. Bespoke base and wall units. Single stainless steel sink with drainer. Plumbed for washing machine. Extract fan. Traditional pulley maid clothes airer. Electricity meter. Telephone point.
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Kitchen/Breakfast Room – 6.36m x 2.99m. Six double power points. One single power point. Bespoke base and wall units. Single sink with drainer. Rayburn Heat ranger Multi fuel cooker on a Caithness Stone hearth. Plumbed for dishwasher. Extract fan. Under worktop fuel storage space. Open plan to -
Lounge/Dining Area – accessing Hall and stair to first floor. 10.15m x 3.56m. Dual aspect. Five double power points. Television aerial outlet. Telephone point. Double radiator. Single radiator. Caithness Stone hearth with wooden mantle and multi-fuel stove. Shelved storage alcove. Under stair storage.
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Hall – accessing Bedrooms 1 and 2, Bathroom and Vestibule. One double power point. Smoke detector.
Bathroom – 2.64m x 2.39m. Suite comprising Bath, pedestal wash hand basin and WC. Shower cubicle. Single radiator. Extract fan. Built-in storage unit. Bath and shower area wet walled.
Bedroom 2 – 3.26m x 3.86m at widest point. Two double power points. Single radiator. Bespoke fitted wardrobes with overhead storage.
Bedroom 1 – 3.25m x 4.81m at widest point. Two double power points. Two radiators. Bespoke fitted wardrobes with overhead storage and dressing table area. Bespoke fitted double bed base with storage and bedside cabinets.
Vestibule – 2.65m x 1.40m. Half glazed UPVC door to exterior.
There is laminate flooring on the ground floor, all rooms
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First Floor Landing – accessing Bedroom 3 with office space. Accessing attic space with full sized access door. Bespoke fitted storage cupboards.
Bedroom 3 – 7.18m x 3.96m. Four double power points. Telephone point. Single radiator. Coombed ceiling.
Rear Garden – partly laid to grass. Orchard to be planted with fruit trees and containing a variety of fruit bushes. Vegetable plot. Orchard and Vegetable plot surrounded by windbreak fencing. Disability access ramp to rear entrance of house. Three x double exterior power points. Outside tap.
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