£85,500 Guide Price
Now at a reduced price and without a chain, HouseSimple is happy to present this 3-4 bedroom timber/corrugated iron/timber built bungalow in the village of Lower Foyers, Inverness-Shire. This freehold property benefits from all double-glazed windows, electric heating throughout with additional woodburner in the lounge, part wood flooring, private driveway, outhouses and wood store. The garden is a haven for wildlife with regular visits from red squirrels and many garden birds. The bungalow was one of the first homes in Foyers to be built by the British Aluminium Company in the 1890's. Refurbishment work is required to bring this cosy bungalow up to modern standards. (Repairs have been made to the living room ceiling as per the Home Report). A fence has now been erected from the wooden gate post across the driveway to the left, on the property's south boundary line (fence is not yet shown on photos). The bungalow is likely to be non-mortgageable. The shore of Loch Ness is just five minutes away and there are many walks in the area. The location is ideal for canoeing, (half way along the length of Loch Ness on The Great Glen Canoe Trail) cycling, walking, motorbiking etc. "The Turning Point" is for sale for £85,500 o.n.o. .
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