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Oakleigh, Main Street, Lybster, Caithness, KW3 6AE

3 bedroom end-terraced house for sale

Property Details

The Property
Built in 1844, this historic end-terrace property is situated in the peaceful, rural village of Lybster. The property benefits from lovely views across the countryside, an enclosed garden, UPVC double glazing and solid fuel central heating throughout. Accommodation comprises three bedrooms, kitchen, lounge, study and bathroom. Although some rooms do require redecoration the property would make a lovely family home.
The Area
Lybster is an unspoilt village which has all the amenities required for every day living including hotels, bank, health centre, shops primary school, bowling club, nine hole golf course and churches. There is a regular bus service to Wick where the nearest secondary school can be found. It is also conveniently on the bus route to Inverness. Lybster harbour was once a booming sea port and today it still plays host to a small fleet of small fishing boats. Neatly stacked creel baskets and seagulls flying overhead add to the attraction, making it one of the most pleasant harbours of its kind. Recent improvements to the harbour include a Heritage Centre with closed circuit television for bird watching, seasonal opening of cafeteria, wash rooms and laundry facilities for visiting yachts etc.

Fully glazed uPVC door to

Hallway – 2.34m x 1.16m with one single power point, parquet flooring and partial wood lining on walls. Electrical consumer unit and door to under-stair cupboard. Door to

Kitchen – 5.25m x 2.80m with three double power points, two single power points, cooker switch with single power point, one telephone point, one television point, fitted base and wall units with resin 1.5 sink and drainer, electric hob and oven, cooker hood, washing machine, vent for tumble dryer, one single radiator, island breakfast bar/food preparation area. Door to

Rear Hallway – 2.29m x 0.97m with one single power point, access hatch to loft and semi-glazed uPVC door to exterior. Door to

Bathroom – 1.74m x 1.42m with WC, pedestal wash hand basin, bath with shower mixer, shaver point, one double radiator and an extractor fan. From the Hallway, door to

Lounge – 4.97m x 3.44m with three double power points, one television point, one telephone point, one single radiator, built-in cupboard in alcove and a stone-built fireplace with solid fuel stove and flagstone hearth.

From the Hallway, stair to

First Floor Landing – 2.17m x 1.29m with one single power point and doors to


Bedroom 1 – 4.01m x 3.38m with one double power point, one double radiator, one telephone point, four sliding, mirrored doors to wardrobe with overhead storage.

Bedroom 2 – 2.95m x 2.06m with two double power points and one single radiator. From the First Floor Landing, Stair to

Second Floor Landing – 1.76m x 0.92m with doors to

Bedroom 3 – 3.77m x 3.42m with one double power point, one double radiator, access hatch to loft and a Velux window.

Study – 2.28m x 1.71m at widest with one double power point, one single power point and built-in seating/storage units.

Garden – To the rear of the property there is an enclosed garden with a patio, grass with a drying area and shrubs, a fuel bunker and a garden shed with lean-to sun lounge.

General – From the lounge and upstairs rooms there are views to the south over open countryside. From the upstairs rooms there are panoramic views northwards over countryside and towards the sea. The front of the property adjoins the pavement to the public road.

This house description is based upon information supplied by the owner, or on behalf of the owner. These property particulars are produced in good faith and do not constitute or form part of any contract. s1homes do not take any responsibility for the accuracy of the information contained in this document.


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