£275,000 Offers over
McEwan Fraser Legal are delighted to present Dal Na Seilg. It is a beautiful proportioned detached house situated in a quite cul-de-sac in the beautiful village of Newtonmore. The accommodation, which is in immaculate condition, consists of everything needed to enjoy a luxurious property in a stunning part of the Highlands. Built in 2004 the property enjoys an exterior which features a dry stone wall surrounding beautiful landscaped gardens.The outdoor space benefits from decking patio at both the sun lounge and the back door. The colourful, easily maintained garden has been planted with a variety of shrubs and trees. The garden also consists of a garden shed, greenhouse and single garage which has mono block parking for additional cars. Moving indoors the first thing that strikes you is the magnificent dÃ©cor. One of the highlights is the solid ash flooring which enhances the living room, sunroom and dinning room. The living room also boasts a modern wood burning stove which helps complement the oil fired central heating. Other features of the must view property are the master bedroom with ensuite facilities, a couple of other twin bedrooms and the guest double bedroom. If you are looking for the opportunity to upgrade or looking to move to Badenoch then Dail Na Seilg could well be the property of your dreams.
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