£115,000 Offers Over
This detached one bedroom bungalow is ideally located in a desirable residential area, close to all local amenities, in the popular town of Tain. In good decorative order, the accommodation comprises lounge, kitchen, dining room, one bedroom and shower room. The property benefits from oil central heating and double glazing throughout. Originally a two bedroom property but this could easily be converted back. There are easy maintained gardens surrounding the property, which are fully enclosed. A good sized driveway leads to a single timber garage which has power and light. This property would make an ideal retirement home or a home for a first time buyer.
Tain is a Royal Burgh in the Highland county of Ross and Cromarty. The town has several attractions, including the Tolbooth, St Duthus Collegiate Church and a local history museum, Tain through Time. Glenmorangie Distillery is situated on the outskirts of the town. There are numerous woodland, hill and beach walks in the vicinity, along with mountain biking trails and golf courses.
The town has all four major banks, a brand new medical centre, Lidl, Co-op, Asda, Tesco and a variety of traditional local shops and hotels. There are two primary schools, one with a Gaelic-medium section, a secondary school with community gym and swimming pool and a library. The town also has a links golf course, bowling green, tennis courts and children's play parks. The Highland capital, Inverness is 34 miles to the south, where all major transport links can be found. A commuter train and regular express bus services go from Tain to Inverness daily.
Entrance Vestibule – 1.3m x 1.2m.
Hall – 3.1m x 1.2m. Accessing Lounge, Bedroom, Shower Room and Kitchen.
Lounge – 4.8m x 3.4m. Double glazed window to front aspect, electric fire, large radiator, four double power points, television aerial point, wall lights, carpet flooring.
Kitchen/Diner – 3.4m x 2.8m. Double glazed window to front aspect. Built in wall and base units with stainless steel sink and drainer. Double oven cooker with extractor hood. Washing machine, radiator, seven double power points. Vinyl flooring.
Dining Room – 3.1m x 2.8m. Glazed door accessing rear garden. Radiator, two double power points, vinyl flooring. This could be converted back to a second bedroom by blocking up archway entrance to kitchen and creating new door entrance from hallway.
Bedroom 1 – 4.0m x 3.1m. Double glazed window to rear aspect, fitted wardrobes with mirrored doors, radiator, two double power points, carbon monoxide alarm, carpet flooring.
Shower Room – 2.2m x 2.0m. Double glazed obscure glass window to rear aspect, suite comprising of WC, pedestal basin and shower enclosure with electric shower, radiator, wall fan heater, extractor fan, vinyl flooring.
Driveway – To the side leading to a timber garage.
Garage – Single timber garage with power and light.
Gardens – Timber shed. Large front garden laid to gravel with a patio area and rear garden laid mainly to gravel. External water tap.
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