£359,950 Offers over
Miller Stewart and Laura Mitchell are delighted to bring to the market this beautiful, well proportioned family home comprising split level, open plan living room/dining area and kitchen, 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, downstairs WC, utility room, day room, feature open plan staircase with office area above, dressing room and private balcony.
The property also benefits from oil fired central heating, double glazing throughout, solid Chinese oiled oak flooring to ground floor area, under floor electric heating. Council Tax band G and EPC rating D.
Previously run as a B&B, this little gem could offer a fantastic business opportunity as well as a stunning, well proportioned family home.
Entrance Hall - 3.97m x 1.04m
The property is accessed via the front door onto a hallway with downstairs bedroom and family bathroom to the left. Double glass paneled doors lead to the spacious split-level living accommodation. Chinese oiled oak flooring throughout.
Bedroom 4 â 2.85m x 3.87m
Located on the ground floor, accessed via the hallway with Chinese oiled oak flooring throughout and ample space for a double bed and bedroom furniture.
Family Bathroom - 4.03m x 2.01m
Located on the ground floor, accessed via the hallway, 3 piece white suite with walk-in shower and under floor electric heating.
Open plan Living room/Dining area - 12.03m x 3.66m (narrowest) 6.03 (widest)
Accessed via double glass paneled doors from the hallway, this spacious room offers a well proportioned living space, making the most of the natural light, with stunning views overlooking the Culloden Moor viaduct and Saddle Hill beyond. Feature bay window, solid Chinese oiled oak flooring throughout, with walk-in cloakroom and split-level access to the open plan kitchen/dining area above. Feature pine staircase offers access to upper level.
Kitchen - 6.0m x 3.08m
Open plan and accessed via main living area, offers substantial space for dining furniture, solid oak units with ample storage space, large integral fridge and freezer, Hotpoint convection oven, microwave, warming drawer and induction hob, granite worktops, illuminated display cabinets with feature lighting along oak skirting boards at breakfast bar, under floor electric heating and laminated throughout. Access to Sun room, utility room and downstairs WC.
Sun Room - 4.54m x 2.87m
Accessed via open plan kitchen, with double patio doors to garden area beyond. With TV point, laminate flooring, under floor electric heating and plenty of room for furniture and seating, this charming addition offers separate snug accommodation, perfect for a more personal option.
Utility Room - 2.25m x 1.91m
Accessed via open plan dining area, fully fitted with sink, washing machine etc., laminate flooring, under floor electric heating and offering back door entrance with WC off.
Downstairs WC - 2.14m x 0.83m
Accessed via utility room. White basin and WC, under floor electric heating.
Upper Landing - 5.67 (at widest) x 2.65
Accessed via feature pine staircase and comprises open plan office/chill out area with neutral carpet throughout, Velux window and offers access to master bedroom, bedrooms 2 and 3 and Jack and Jill bathroom.
Master Bedroom - 5.97m x 3.90m
Accessed via upper landing, with laminate flooring, seating area with TV point, double patio doors opening onto South West facing balcony, feature walk-in dressing room with built-in storage and hanging space and access to en-suite bathroom.
En-suite - 3.04m x 1.73m
Accessed via master bedroom, 3 piece suite in white with walk-in shower cubicle, under floor electric heating, grey marble effect floor tiles.
Bedroom 2 â 4.20m x 4.02m
Accessed via upper walkway with feature glass lighting and open plan balcony/staircase, the 2 nd bedroom offers spacious accommodation, built-in wardrobe, laminate flooring and Jack and Jill en-suite shower room. Stunning views overlooking the Culloden Moor Viaduct.
En-suite - 2.65m x 2.01m
Accessed via both 2 nd bedroom and upper landing, white basin and WC, walk-in shower, under floor electric heating and grey slate marble floor tiles with Velux window.
Bedroom 3 â 5.18m x 3.47m
Accessed via upper landing, laminate flooring, double Velux windows and side window, ample space for double bed and bedroom furniture.
The property is accessed via large driveway to front and back with room for at least 4 cars, has a detached single garage complete with storage units and electricity.
A private patio area to the rear offers a secluded space to entertain or simply catch some sun.
The property can be sold with the option of all furnishings being left in situ if the purchaser so desires, by mutual negotiation.
Culloden Woods sit a few hundred yards to the rear of the property, with its footpaths being a popular dog walking route and the infamous Culloden Battlefield is only about a mile down the road. The Keppoch Inn is just a stones throw away and serves delicious homemade food.
The property is located around 4 miles from the City Centre and the bus stop to Inverness is only 100 yards away from the from door. There is a local shop about a 10 minute drive away in Balloch village and Inverness has a wide range of amenities, including shops, restaurants, bars, leisure centres, and hospital with Inverness Airport only a short drive away.
The local school catchment areas fall under Balloch primary and Culloden Academy and a school bus is provided to both.
Inverness is regarded as the Capital of the Highlands of Scotland and has a population of around 62,000.
Attracting visitors from al over the world each year due to its location within the Great Glen and Caledonian Canal, it is infamous for its battle site at Culloden Moor and is only a half hour drive to Aviemore ski resort.
Inverness College is the main campus for the University of the Highlands and Islands and has around 8,500 students.
One of Europes fasting growing cities and ranked 5 th out of 189 British cities for its quality of life, the highest of any Scottish city and having experienced rapid economic growth with an increase of 86%, the second greatest in the UK, Inverness has become a hub of activity and a very desirable place to live.
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