£110,000 Offers over
Hannah Brown and RE/MAX Premier are delighted to present to the market Camilla Cottage in Halkirk. This delightful property is consisting of a lounge, kitchen, family bathroom and three bedrooms. This property is in good condition and has a wooden doors and finishes. The outside of this property boasts from having a large enclosed garden mainly laid to grass and a large area with Caithness flag stone, mature trees and shrubbery. To the side of the property is laid to grass and to the front is slabbed with Caithness flag stone. The property is located in the quiet village of Halkirk, which hosts many amenities such as, local shops, primary school, beautiful views and a very popular river renowned for its fishing. The Village is on the bus route to the town of Thurso which is 5 miles away and the town of Wick which is 16 miles away both towns hosts many amenities such has retail outlets, train station, local hospital, primary schools and secondary schools. Viewing this property is recommended to appreciate it fully. To arrange a viewing or for more details please contact us directly on 01847 890826or via email email@example.com
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