£295,000 Offers over
Mavisburn is an attractive detached one and a half storey property. Occupying a semi-rural location with generous garden grounds, which has a burn running through and lovely views over farmland to the Monadhliath mountain range. The property is in excellent decorative order and is well maintained throughout.
The property benefits from a modern kitchen with generous selection of units, a separate dining room, attractive sun room, spacious lounge with windows to two elevations and multi fuel stove, with sliding patio doors, leading to a covered decking area.
Ground floor Bedroom with en-suite bathroom.
From the spacious hallway stairs lead to 2 further double bedrooms with en-suites and a single room and family shower room.
Workshop, small shed and wood store.
The property lends itself to an excellent family home or, as carried out by the current owners, excellent potential for bed and breakfast.
Fort Augustus, which is 2.5 miles from the property, stands mid way along the Great Glen with the Caledonian canal passing through the village centre, flowing into Loch Ness.
Oil Fired CH
Shared Private Water by Borehole with one other property
Drainage to Septic Tank
Home Buyers report available upon request
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