£340,000 Offers over
Quirky and quaint, The Ord is an extended traditional 4 bedroom stone cottage set in around 1.5 acres of ground, in an idyllic rural location approximately 8 miles from the seaside town of Nairn. Extensive outbuildings adjacent to the house provide an excellent opportunity for development subject to any necessary planning consents.
The property is accessed off a shared track though an electronic gate into the beautiful landscaped gardens. To the front, the principal area of the garden is laid to lawn and interspersed with colourful and mature flower and shrub beds. A pretty pond (not including the fish) adds a further attractive feature to the garden. To the rear of the property, four substantial out buildings presently used for storage and workshops, provide enormous potential for a variety of uses or development. The doube garage is also accessed from the rear of the property. There is also a large aviary to the rear of the outhouses and one of the outhouses provides a sanctuary for wild owls. The Ord truly is a portrayal of Paradise.
Downstairs - Hall/Study, Lounge, Inner Hall, Sitting Room, Dining Kitchen, Utility Room, Shower Room, Bedroom 1, Bathroom. Upstairs Three bedrooms.
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