£185,000 Offers over
Yvonne Fitzgerald and RE/MAX Premier are delighted to bring to the market this attractive two bedroom detached bungalow. The property, which is located just off Culduthel Road , offers spacious accommodation over 1 level, with an enclosed garden and garage.
Although in need of some up grading, this is a brilliant opportunity for someone to turn it into a stylish home.
There are original wooden floorboards throughout this home, with pitch pine white painted doors, high ceilings and deep skirting's.
The generous lounge has a large bay window with modern white fireplace and inset fire, wooden blinds have been fitted to both the bay and the window to the side elevation.
The bedrooms are both of good proportions with tall mirrored freestanding wardrobes , offering plenty storage space for the new owner. The family bathroom has been tastefully finished off with brilliant white block tiles and white period sanitary ware. There is an attractive archway leading from the hallway to the cream country style fitted kitchen which boasts a Belfast sink and deep pantry cupboard. This home also has had planning passed for a substantial extension to the rear of the property and also has the building warrant in place.
The property is set in a generous plot with some Conifer trees planted to the front, with hedging to the side. There is off road parking for several vehicles in front of the single garage and to the rear of this home is a wooden garden shed.
This home is approximately 1 mile into the city centre and is on bus routes. Nearby there are two convenience stores with Drummond Primary School and Inverness High School within walking distance.
Hallway - 14' 8'' x 4' 6'' (4.47m x 1.37m)
The hallway is wide and open with painted walls with an attractive archway. This area of the home has a traditional central heating radiator, with coat hooks and solid wooden flooring.
Lounge - 17' 3'' x 15' 1'' (5.26m x 4.61m)
This is a generous room with attractive bay window. There is another window to the side elevation, along with a white marble effect fire surround and inset gas fire. Wooden window blinds contrast nicely with original wooden floors, deep skirtings and coving.
Kitchen/Diner - 13' 11'' x 10' 7'' (4.23m x 3.22m)
The kitchen is in keeping with the age and character of the house. There is a Belfast sink to the rear elevation with cream base and wall units. Double aspect windows can be found in the kitchen, which also boasts a pantry cupboard. Tiling has been fitted behind the cooker hob and there is also a grill with a single oven. To the right of the kitchen is another deep storage cupboard which houses the gas boiler and is useful for linen. Plumbing has also been installed for a washing machine and a white panel door gives access to the rear porch.
Family Bathroom - 6' 11'' x 5' 10'' (2.1m x 1.79m)
This period bathroom has white block bathroom tiles with white sanitary ware. There is an Opaque window to the rear elevation with a recessed shelved alcove. Black ceramic floor tiles have been fitted and there is an antique effect shower installed above the bath.
Bedroom 1 - 15' 0'' x 10' 11'' (4.58m x 3.34m)
This room has an original hearth with cast iron surround. There are deep white painted skirtings, with an original painted white door. This room has been carpeted and there is a large mirrored free standing wardrobe which is useful for storage. Bedroom 1 has painted walls, is front facing, with wooden blinds.
Bedroom 2 - 10' 10'' x 15' 1'' (3.29m x 4.6m)
A large double bedroom with 2 double aspect windows. The room has a wooden surround with cast iron hearth., this is an open room which has been carpeted with a dado rail and freestanding large wardrobes.
Rear Porch - 3' 9'' x 3' 10'' (1.15m x 1.17m)
The rear porch is a bright area, with two windows to the rear and side. This room has been wood lined with painted white panels that match the hardwood rear door.
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