£270,000 Offers Over
This traditional four bedroom detached property is set in an acre of beautifully maintained and well established grounds. Situated In a prominent and elevated position this home enjoys stunning open countryside views which overlook Loch Fleet and The Sutherland Nature Reserve. The spacious accommodation comprises of lounge, conservatory, kitchen/dining room, utility room, bathroom, shower room and four bedrooms. There is a gravel driveway with ample parking for several vehicles which leads to a double garage with an office. There is another outbuilding as well as a greenhouse and coal/wood store located within the grounds. The property benefits from triple glazing and oil central heating throughout with a solid fuel burner in lounge. This property needs to be seen to be appreciated and would make an ideal family home.
Hill Cottage is situated approximately 3 miles before the village of Golspie,the tranquil village of Golspie is situated on the east coast of Sutherland on the main A9 route. Formally a small fishing hamlet, Golspie offers visitors and residents a variety to do and see, including its long sandy beach, golf course, swimming pool and bowling club. Golspie has also retained its historical connections, such as St Andrews church, and the famous Dunrobin Castle and gardens just north of the village. Local services include several small shops, cafes, a number of restaurants, hotels and various guest houses, both primary and secondary schools, Bank of Scotland, Co-op, as well as Golspie's own fully operational railway station.
Entrance Hall –Wood panel and glazed door with matching side panels opens into this light and bright entrance hall which gives access through to the kitchen and bathroom and drops down a level to the lounge. A carpeted staircase rises up to the landing with beautiful carpet throughout. Original stone brickwork gives a feel of traditional country home. Tiled flooring, triple glazed window to front aspect, BT outlet, and a good size cupboard under stairs.
Lounge – 6.43m x 4.29m. Triple glazed window to side aspect, solid fuel wood burner stove which has been fitted within the fireplace, radiator, BT outlet, television aerial point, double doors leading to Conservatory.
Conservatory – 3.99m x 3.05m x 2.9m
Conservatory built of dwarf stone walls and large windows surround the room, tiled flooring, double French patio doors leads out onto the front garden.
Kitchen – 5.80m x 3.06m Triple glazed window to front aspect, this homely and country feel kitchen has ample room for a large dining table, fitted with good quality wall and base units with glass display cabinets and a hard wood worktop over, Belfast style sink and drainer, integral appliances include dishwasher ,fridge and range cooker with gas hob and extractor hood over. Original stone brick work carries through from the hall, radiator and tiled flooring.
Utility Room – 3.38m x 1.83m. Triple glazed window to side aspect, door to outhouse, wall and base units with inset sink and drainer plumbed for washing machine.
Bathroom – Triple glazed obscure glass window to rear aspect, four piece suite comprising of WC, wash hand basin inset into vanity unit with storage, corner bath and bidet. Towel rail, tiled walls and flooring.
First Floor Landing– The landing carries on under a feature arch through to bedroom 3 and shower room and back through down a level to bedrooms 1 and 4. Ample cupboard space disguised by the panelling, shelving at the top of the stairs with triple glazed windows to rear aspect.
Bedroom 1 – 4.27m x 3.38m. Down the level at the end of the corridor is the master bedroom, triple glazed window to front aspect and two slit windows to side aspect and TV outlet.
Bedroom 2 – 3.99m x 3.67m. Triple glazed wind to front aspect, real fireplace with wooden surround, wooden panelling to dado height, radiator and TV aerial outlet.
Bedroom 3 – 3.68m x 3.08m. Triple glazed window to rear aspect, built in wardrobes and dressing table, radiator and TV aerial outlet.
Shower Room – 2.76m x 1.23m. Velux window to side aspect, suite comprising of WC, wash hand basin inset into vanity unit with storage space and shelving, enclosed shower cubicle and radiator.
Bedroom 4 – 2.77m x 2.75m Triple glazed window to front aspect, currently being used as a dressing room but can be used as a bedroom which fits a double bed, TV aerial outlet and radiator.
Outbuildings – The outhouse is accessed from the utility room which includes a boiler room and back door to rear garden. Coal/ wood store, greenhouse and double garage with office with power and lighting.
Gardens- The single track drive from the main road leads up to the garage and fencing. A path from the gate leads past the coal store to the front of the house. The gardens, with views across the open countryside have been laid to lawn with bordering shrubs and bushes and mature trees. There is a good size patio area, the garden extends up to the rear to the trees, with a treehouse in between, and with the property and gardens being on an elevated position you have fantastic countryside and sea views.
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