£150,000 Offers Over
Set in an idyllic rural country location on the outskirts of Thrumster this three bedroom croft house has uninterrupted countryside views and magnificent sea views over Sarclet Bay. In excellent decorative order the accommodation consists of lounge, kitchen/diner, three bedrooms, bathroom, conservatory and sun porch. The property benefits from multi-fuel solid heating and UPVC double glazing throughout. There is a large enclosed surrounding garden which includes a storage shed with power and light and a fish & duck pond. There is a gravel driveway which provides parking for several vehicles and a large barn that has both power and light. There is croft land available by separate negotiation, exceeding to approximately 5 acres. This property would be ideal for equestrian pursuits.
Thrumster is situated in the County of Caithness, the sea-girt 'land beyond the Highlands' and is renowned for its rich diversity in its landscape and wildlife. Thrumster Estates can offer you a variety of sports from fishing in some of the most inviting trout lochs in Caithness to roe stalking in the woodlands and moors. Once it had a railway station, which was part of the Wick - Lybster railway and the line of the track can still be seen today. The old station is used to store farm machinery now. The village is approximately 4 miles south east of Wick and has convenient bus links to Wick and the south, Basic amenities include a shop/post office, primary school Garage/Shop and public house.
Fully glazed UPVC door to –
Conservatory– 3.39m x 3.36. One double power point. Tiled flooring. Half glazed UPVC door to-
Hall – Accessing bathroom, bedrooms, kitchen/diner. One single power point. Telephone connection point. Radiator. Loft access by hatch. Alcove with coat hanging space. Storage cupboard.
Bathroom – 1.64m x 2.17m. Suite consisting WC, pedestal wash hand basin, bath with over bath electric shower. Radiator. Floor and walls fully tiled.
Bedroom 1 – 4.06m x 4.25m. Three double power points. Radiator. Storage cupboard with slatted shelves. Wooden flooring.
Bedroom 2 – 3.08m x 2.55m. Two double power points. Radiator. Laminate flooring.
Bedroom 3 – 2.49m x 2.77m. Two double power points. One single power point. Radiator. Storage cupboard and alcove with hanging space. Laminate flooring.
Kitchen/diner – 4.02m x 4.13m. Six double power points. One single power point. Wall and base units with stainless steel bowl and a half sink and drainer. Integral electric oven, ceramic hob and cooker hood. Multi fuel burner set on a Caithness Stone hearth. Laminate flooring. Fifteen pane wooden door to –
Lounge – 4.97m x 3.36m. Four double power points. Two radiators. Open plan to –
Sun porch – 2.07m x 5.29. Triple aspect. Two double power points. Laminate flooring. ¾ glazed UPVC door to garden.
Garden– Large surrounding garden, divided into separate areas with walls and fences. Lawn areas with trees, shrubs and flower beds. Fish pond. Duck pond. Outdoor double power point. External tap. Gravel driveway with parking for several vehicles. Green house. Storage shed with power and lights. Clothes drying facilities. Coal bunker.
Barn – 9.86m x 6.37m. Power and lighting. Tap. Concrete flooring.
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