£250,000 Fixed price
This beautifully presented traditional stone built semi detached cottage is approximately 130 years old. In fantastic condition throughout, it has been carefully upgraded and restored to provide comfortable family living whilst still retaining the character charm of the property. Sympathetically extended 30 years ago, this cosy family home now offers spacious living accommodation, including 3 reception rooms and four bedrooms. Many of the original features have been retained, including the wood work, ceiling beams and deep sills. The focal point of the sitting room is the feature open fire. The sleek new kitchen is the heart of the home and ideal for modern family living. Open to the large dining room, which easily accommodates a large table and 8 chairs; this is a fabulous space for entertaining.
The lounge is a bright sunny room with both a window overlooking the garden to the front and French doors opening to the secluded garden at the rear. Upstairs offers a large double bedroom with double fitted wardrobes and a lovely outlook over the surrounding countryside, a smaller double and a single bedroom with fitted cupboard. Completing the accommodation in the original cottage is the family bathroom. A second staircase from the lounge leads up to the guest room. This quaint and cosy room benefits from plenty of fitted storage and a large ensuite shower room. Alternatively, this could be used as the master bedroom. There is double glazing throughout and oil fired central heating, which is supplemented by the open fire in the sitting room. There is a large garden to the front which is bounded by a mature hedge allowing privacy and finished off with a quaint Victorian lamppost. There is a drive with plenty of parking for 4 vehicles. The gorgeous sunny garden to the rear is secluded and private. Completely enclosed by a 6ft mature hedge, this sun trap is perfect to sit out and enjoy al fresco dining. A timber garden shed, with power and lights provides additional storage space. This quaint and charming property has all the benefits of country living, whilst only 8 miles from the city of Inverness. Overall it will appeal to both professionals and families, looking for a perfect highland home.
The property is located just off the Tore roundabout, on the edge of the Black Isle. Only 8 miles from the highland capital of Inverness, this is an excellent location for those looking for all that country life offers whilst still in easy commuting distance to both Inverness and Dingwall. Local amenities can be found in Tore, which include a primary school, petrol station and farm shop. Secondary students Fortrose Academy, for which a free school bus is provided.
Inverness city centre is a short drive away and provides a full range of shops and services including retail shops, bars, restaurants, supermarkets, post offices and rail and bus stations. Inverness enjoys excellent communications, both road, rail and being served by an International airport - which offers regular flights to destinations all over the British Isles and summer flights to Europe, these options expanding all of the time. Inverness, the main business and commercial centre of the Highlands, offers an extensive choice shopping, entertainment and leisure facilities associated with city living, with easy access to the beautiful and challenging Highland landscape.
All fitted floor coverings, fixtures and fittings, including all light fittings. Curtains and curtain poles and window blinds - with exeption to the dining room curtains and pole. Integrated appliances including electric hob, extractor, double oven, microwave, dishwasher and fridge. Fitted Sharpe's furniture in bedroom 4. Garden shed.
Mains electricity and water. Private drainage by septic tank. Oil tank.
By mutual agreement.
To arrange a viewing of this property please contact Karine MacRae on 07919 176787.
From Inverness or Dingwall, travel to the Tore Roundabout and head towards Beauly/Muir of Ord. After approximately 1 mile, turn right at the church/Kindergarden at Fettes and Eynhallow is the second on the left.
5.6m (18ft 4in) x 4m (13ft 1in)
4.2m (13ft 9in) x 2.7m (8ft 10in)
4.7m (15ft 5in) x 3.2m (10ft 6in)
4.7m (15ft 5in) x 3.7m (12ft 2in)
3.7m (12ft 2in) x 4.4m (14ft 5in)
4m (13ft 1in) x 2.8m (9ft 2in)
4m (13ft 1in) x 2.8m (9ft 2in)
2.35m (7ft 9in) x 3m (9ft 10in)
3m (9ft 10in) x 3.4m (11ft 2in)
2.2m (7ft 3in) x 1.8m (5ft 11in)
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