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Yvonne Fitzgerald and Re/max Premier are delighted to bring to the market this unique Victorian stone built villa in a desirable coastal village.
Built in 1890, this traditionally built, established guest house still retains some of it's original features, such as wrought iron staircase, beams, stone walls, ceiling rose and decorative coving.
This is a spacious property with a lot of potential.
Representing excellent value for money, the business is currently trading mainly during the summer months at present, as the current owners are semi retired.
With scope to increase the turnover, the new owners could offer, lunches, afternoon teas and evening meals as it is in a tourist hot spot.
There is ample accommodation in this property with 5 letting rooms, 3 En suites, family bathroom and a WC with wash hand basin, dining room and kitchen. The present owners currently use two bedrooms with their own private lounge and shower room for their own use.
It has a cellar from its previous use as a public bar and numerous other unusual features.
The guest house is 217 m2 internally and benefits from a building plot with planning, which is positioned directly across the road from it.
This property, when built, could be used as an annexe to the Guest House or sold as a family home. Approximate costs have been obtained by the sellers and there is a building warrant in place for 183 m2 house, over 3 floors. When this townhouse, which has been designed to be in keeping with the other properties in this charming Victorian village is built, it would be worth in excess of £270000 making this an excellent investment opportunity.
Previously run as a licensed premises and hotel, the business was also run as a successful tea rooms in years gone by.
The property has been well maintained with oil central heating and double glazing mainly throughout.
To the rear of the property is a small courtyard with access to the cellar.
With its ideal location, right on the High Street, Harbour Guest House, is well situated to gain plenty of passing trade from the many tourists which visit the Black Isle throughout the year. Nearby, in the village are all the amenities you need for every day life. There is a Hairdressers, Community Hall, Convenience Store and Post Office. Primary schooling can be obtained in the village, while secondary education can be gained at the renowned Fortrose Academy.
Inverness the Capital of the Highlands is approximately 12 miles away. Here can be found an airport with national and international flights to various destinations. A theatre, ice skating rink, cinemas, national chain stores and retail parks with many restaurants, cafes and hotels are here. Inverness is a very vibrant city and currently Europe's fastest growing city to stay in.
IMPORTANT NOTES: COUNCIL TAX: EPC RATING: SERVICES: Mains Electricity, Water &oil. INCLUDED IN SALE: All fixtures, fittings, floor coverings, blinds and curtains. ENTRY: By mutual agreement. VIEWING: All viewings are strictly by appointment any time or by contacting Re/Max Properties North during office hours 01349861456 Offers should be submitted to Re/Max Premier, 3 Ardross Terrace Inverness Fax: 01463 239443 INTEREST It is important your solicitor notifies this office of your interest otherwise the property may be sold without your knowledge. RE/MAX Property Centre strongly recommends that you discuss any particular points regarding the property which are likely to affect your interest in the property with them prior to viewing. Interested parties are advised to notify their interest, in writing, with RE/MAX Property Centre as a closing date for offers may be set. The seller reserves the right to accept an offer made privately prior to any closing date and further, the seller is not bound to accept the highest or indeed, any offer. These particulars, whilst believed to be correct do not and cannot form part of any contract. The measurements have been taken using a sonic tape measure and therefore are for guidance only.
Situated in the picturesque village of Avoch in the Black Isle, Harbour Guest House has some of the most beautiful views over the Moray Firth. Close to all amenities in the village, you can find shops, a post office, takeaways, There is a primary school in Avoch with secondary schooling in the near by village of Fortrose, hairdressers, churches and a community centre to name just a few. The city of Inverness is located approximately 12 miles from Avoch where you will find all amenities that you would expect from an ever growing city, excellent transport links are provided by bus and rail links with flights available daily from Inverness airport approximately 6 miles east of the city..
Entrance Hall - 1.89m x 2.08m (6'2" x 6'10")
This inviting entrance gives access to all accommodation and communal spaces on the ground floor level. This area has wood laminate flooring and has been neutrally decorated. Painted Timber paneling on the walls give this property more character.
Bedroom 1 - 3.37m x 3.39m (11'1" x 11'1")
This spacious bedroom is carpeted, with window to the front elevation overlooking the garden. Bedroom 1 has access to the en suite.
En-suite shower room/WC
This En suite shower room has just been upgraded with a vanity unit with built in sink, shower enclosure, white WC. This bathroom has had wet wall installed and is decorated in a soft white. Matching chrome accessories compliment this room.
Bedroom 2 - 4.85m x 3.48m (15'11" x 11'4")
This characteristic double bedroom has wall mounted lights and lovely open-timber beams throughout. A large rear facing window lets lots of light in. This room has a fire exit door to the outside and generously sized en-suite shower room.
En-suite shower room/WC - 3.37m x 2.1m (11'1" x 6'11")
This 3 pce white shower room has newly laid vinyl, contrasting wet wall and is ideally located on the ground floor.
Kitchen - 2.60m x 1.35m (8'3" x 10'2")
This well proportioned kitchen has been designed to maximise storage with great use of wall and base units and centre island. A new window has been installed to the front of this room. The walls are tiled so are easily maintained.Laminate flooring adds colour to the floor while modern spotlights are fixed the ceiling. The kitchen is plumbed for a dishwasher and large stainless steel sink.
Dining room - 6.16m x 3.67m (20'2" x 12'0")
This area has previously been used as a pub and still has some original features. Next to door is hatch access to the cellar. Two large timber windows to the front of the building with two more windows to side and rear so shortage of light is no problem at all. Copious amounts of space for tables and chairs. radiators throughout and well maintained carpet flooring.
Family Bathroom - 4.02m x 3.96m (13'2" x 13'1")
Wallpapered walls and flooring makes this bathroom very homely and friendly. Window facing the side of the property, splash back surrounding the bath with overhead shower unit.
Bedroom 3 - 3.45m x 3.48m (11'4" x 11'6"
Lounge - 4.45m x 3.52m (11'4" x 11'6")
Neutrally decorated lounge that is carpeted and has an electric fire. Large front facing window, radiator.
Bedroom 4 - 3.55m x 6.03m (11'8" x 19'9")
Shower room - 2.56m x 2.28m (8'5" x 7'6")
Bedroom 5 - 4.37m x 4.81m (14'9" x 11'9")
Bedroom 6 - 3.42m x 2.79m (11'3" x 9'2")
Bedroom 7 - 3.22m x 3.36m (10'9" x 11'0")
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