£220,000 Offers Around
£20,000 UNDER VALUATION
Located in the City Centre of Inverness, this former Bed and Breakfast would make a beautiful family home or business for those seeking a B&B opportunity.
The front door of the property opens onto the entrance hall where there are doors accessing the family lounge, a downstairs bedroom and a hallway which leads to the rear of the property. There are also stairs which rise to the first floor landing.
To the rear of the downstairs, there is a family/ dining area which in turn leads to the kitchen and the conservatory. There is also a downstairs WC located in the rear vestibule by the back door, which provides access out onto the tarmacadam driveway.
On the first floor 3 double bedrooms and the family bathroom can be found along with a small study room and ample storage cupboards.
The garden grounds are mainly to the rear of the property and located within these is the wooden garage which is included in the sale price. Although the grounds require a tidy-up there is ample room for alfresco dining, a children's play area or outside space for animals.
Viewing is highly recommended to appreciate the space of the property on offer.
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