£260,000 Offers over
This deceptively spacious villa is set in an elevated position within the peaceful village of Kirkhill. This family home offers flexible living accommodation coupled with generous gardens - which would allow plenty of room to extend or build, subject to the appropriate planning approvals. The rooms are well proportioned and the layout works well for those with children. The bright and airy lounge is flooded with natural light from the windows on triple aspect, including the large patio doors to the front which overlook the attractive garden. The open plan kitchen/dining room has plenty of units and work surface space and includes an integrated electric hob, double oven, extractor, fridge and dishwasher. The dining room has ample space for a large dining table and 8 chairs, as well as a seating area with a sofa. The family room/office is a good size, with windows on dual aspects. There is a useful ground floor bedroom overlooking the gardens, with fitted wardrobes. A shower room and utility room complete the accommodation. Upstairs are 3 further bedrooms with fitted wardrobes and a contemporary family bathroom with shower over bath. Bedrooms 3 and 4 offer beautiful views of the surrounding countryside. The partially floored loft, with ramsey ladder and light, provides plenty of additional storage space. There is double glazing and oil fired central heating. Set on 1/2 acre of ground, the garden is mostly laid to lawn with a border of established trees and shrubs. There is a beautiful fruit orchard to the side of the house and a large double garage at the other side. A long drive leads to the house and there is parking for 5 to 6 vehicles.
The property is situated in the popular rural village of Kirkhill, which is located 8 miles north of Inverness and 4 miles from Beauly. Kirkhill is a vibrant community with regular village activities, yet is within easy commuting distance to the city centre with all its shops and services. Locally amenities include a community hall, church, nursery and doctor's surgery which holds a clinic once a week on a Thursday. Primary schooling is available at the sought after Kirkhill Primary school. Secondary schooling is available at Charleston Academy in Inverness, to which there is a daily school bus. The location is ideal for walkers and cyclists alike, with many lovely walks and country routes nearby. There is a regular bus service into Inverness and Beauly. The highland capital of Inverness is a short drive away and provides an extensive choice of shopping, leisure and recreational activities associated with city living. This property offers all the benefits of rural village life while still being commuting distance from the city of Inverness.
All fitted floor coverings, fixtures and fittings, including all light fittings, curtain poles, curtains and window blinds, integrated appliances including electric hob, double oven, and extractor, fridge, dishwasher, washing machine and gas stove.
Mains electricity and water. Private drainage by septic tank. Oil tank. LPG gas stove. Telephone and Broadband.
By mutual agreement
To arrange a viewing of this property please contact Rhona Lamont on 07801945640 or the office on 01463 233218
4.63m (15ft 2in) x 5.7m (18ft 8in)
3.45m (11ft 4in) x 8.3m (27ft 3in)
2.24m (7ft 4in) x 2.51m (8ft 3in)
3.08m (10ft 1in) x 5.02m (16ft 6in)
2.85m (9ft 4in) x 3.24m (10ft 8in)
2.44m (8ft 0in) x 1.81m (5ft 11in)
2.85m (9ft 4in) x 3.89m (12ft 9in)
3.08m (10ft 1in) x 2.89m (9ft 6in)
3.89m (12ft 9in) x 1.88m (6ft 2in)
2.55m (8ft 4in) x 2.11m (6ft 11in)
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