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This three bedroom detached bungalow is situated in a rural location, which is within walking distance of the local train station. In good decorative order the accommodation comprises of lounge, kitchen/diner, family bathroom and three bedrooms. The property benefits from double glazing and storage heating throughout. There is a driveway to the side and the plot extends to nearly an acre. The gardens to the front and rear are a good size, are well established and laid mostly with grass. The rear garden is on split levels stunning views over The Bannock Burn and surrounding hills. This property would make an ideal family home or holiday home.
The property is situated in a small rural community of Kinbrace in East Sutherland. Kinbrace is a small community in Strath Beg, which has its own local garage. The nearest amenities and primary school is located in Helmsdale. The railway station is nearby with services North to Wick/Thurso and South to Inverness. Just north of Kinbrace you enter the famous Flow Country, an area of peatland known for its wildlife. To the south lies the hills of Kildonan and the road to the coast at Helmsdale where you can pan for gold. Meanwhile the road West takes you into the more mountainous part of Sutherland as you head towards Strathnaver. The area is ideal for outdoor pursuits such as hillwalking and deer stalking.
Entrance Vestibule – 2.0m x 1.2m
Entered via UPVC double glazed obscure door to-
Hall – 4.8m x 1.2m. Access, Living room, kitchen /diner, family bathroom and three bedrooms. Loft access, double storage cupboard, storage heater, smoke alarm and carpet flooring.
Lounge – 6.1m x 3.8m. Double glazed window to front aspect, open fire with back boiler , storage heater, five double power points, BT outlet, television aerial point, coved to ceiling and carpet flooring.
Kitchen/ Diner – 6.1m x 3.7m Two double glazed windows to rear aspect, double glazed UPVC door to rear aspect Built in wall and base units with worktop over, plumbed for washing machine and dishwasher, Built in electric oven and hob with extractor hood over, stainless steel sink and drainer. Storage heater, five double and five single power points, television aerial point, BT outlet, coved to ceiling and part ceramic tiled and carpet flooring.
Bathroom – 2.8m x 2.3m Double glazed obscure glass window to rear aspect, three piece suite comprising of WC, vanity unit, bath, enclosed electric shower, electric heated towel rail, ceramic flooring.
Bedroom 1 – 3.9m x 3.3m. Double glazed window to front aspect, built in double and single wardrobe, storage heater, two double and 1 single power point, television aerial point, coved to ceiling and carpet flooring.
Bedroom 2 – 3.4m x 2.5m. Double glazed window to side aspect, two double and a one single power point, radiator, coved to ceiling and carpet flooring.
Bedroom 3 - 3.8m x 2.8m Double glazed window to rear aspect, storage heater, two double anda single power point, TV aerial point, wash hand basin, coved to ceiling and carpet flooring.
Driveway – To side of property.
Gardens- The garden to the front and rear extend to almost an acre and are well established and laid mostly with grass, the rear garden is on split levels, stunning views over The Bannock Burn and surrounding hills.
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