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This two bedroom property is set in approximately one hectare of partly crofted land, which enjoys extensive views over farmland to the sea and the Cairngorm Mountains beyond to the Morven, Scraben and Rumster hills. The spacious accommodation comprises of two bedrooms (both with en-suite) lounge, kitchen/diner, utility room and shower room. The property benefits from double glazing and electric central heating throughout. The attic space is partially floored and has the potential to convert into more bedrooms/bathrooms. Recently installed solar panels are providing house with almost all the power required, keeping heating bills low and providing a modest income. A gravelled driveway leads from the public road to an enclosed garden with parking for several vehicles and integral double garage with power and light. The property is still covered by the 10-year NHBC warranty. Wildlife abounds in this area with various species of birds and animals, bottlenose dolphins and minke whales have also been spotted off nearby Swiney Head. The surrounding countryside has been inhabited by people for thousands of years and is full of brochs, cairns and standing stones attesting to the value our ancestors placed on this area.
Lybster is an unspoilt village which has all the amenities required for every day living, Lybster harbour was once a booming sea port and today it still plays host to a small fleet of small fishing boats, 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,
Semi-glazed uPVC door to
Hallway 2.00m x 1.69m with one double power point, one storage heater, wall-mounted electrical consumer unit. Panelled door to
Shower Room 1.99m x 1.79m with tiled shower enclosure with electric shower, wall-mounted fan heater, WC, wash hand basin, ceiling-mounted extractor fan.
From the Hallway, fire resistant door to
Utility Room 4.20m x 3.58m with one storage heater, four double power points, one single power point, stainless steel 1.5 sink and drainer, plumbed for washing machine, ceiling-mounted extractor fan, wall-mounted electrical consumer unit, telephone point, electric roller door, quadruple glazed door to exterior.
Integral Garage 6.30m x 3.80m with four double power points, one single power point, one storage heater, electric roller door. Loft ladder to part-floored loft 16.90m x 4.95m with two double power points and fitted storage shelves.
From the Hallway, panelled door to
Kitchen/Diner 5.13m x 3.58m with six double power points, cooker switch with single power point, one storage heater, fitted base and wall units with stainless steel sink and drainer, stainless steel cooker hood. Two wide opening through to
Lounge 5.12m x 3.84m with three double power points, television point, one combined storage/panel heater, multi-fuel stove, double patio doors with glazed side panels to exterior and afording panoramic sea view to the cairngorm Mountains and views of the Morven and Scraben hills.
Panelled door to
Bedroom 1 4.90m x 2.97m with five double power points, one panel heater, door to
En-Suite 2.44m x 1.30m with electric shower and glass corner shower cibicle, WC and wash had basin annd with ceiling-mounted extractor fan.
From the Kitchen/Diner panelled door to
Bedroom 2 4.90m x 3.21m with five double power points, one panel heater, door to
En-Suite 2.44m x 1.30m with electric shower and glass corner cubicle, WC, wash hand basin and with ceiling-mounted extractor fan.
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