£105,000 Offers around
Truly unusual and quaint one bedroom, courtyard cottage with living/ kitchen, bedroom with en-suite and stunning views over the local countryside and Loch Ness. There is a communal courtyard with large residents parking area to the front of the building. Viewing is highly recommended.
The property overlooks Loch Ness and provides panoramic views over Urquhart Bay towards Urquhart Castle and Loch Ness. The village of Drumnadrochit, a popular tourist destination, provides a selection of shops, hotels and leisure attractions. There is a local primary school, with senior secondary school being Glenurquhart High School.
Inverness, the capital of the Highlands, is approximately 15 miles to the north and offers an extensive choice of shopping, leisure and recreational activities associated with city living. Inverness also offers travel links by road, rail and air to national and international destinations.
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8'5" x 6'2" Welcoming entrance vestibule, themed with natural, warm colours and theme with wood panelling, natural tiled flooring and waxed wooden doors. The hall is heated by an electric wall mounted heater and offers a storage cupboard with an additional cupboard to house the fuse box.
24'1" x 14'2"
'L' shaped room with a combination of laminate flooring and natural tiles, this homely, attractive and unique area is full of original, individual features. The living room has two good sized windows bringing a stream of natural light into the area and is heated by two electric wall radiators.
The low ceilings give the room a cosy, cottage feel and the kitchen area is sympathetically designed to offer a well laid out and useful culinary space. The floor and wall mounted wood cupboards co-ordinate well with the tiled splash backs and work surfaces. Lighting is provided by a combination of 'up lighting' and under cupboard spotlights.
The kitchen is compact and well equipped with cooker, washing machine, dishwasher, fridge and a good deal of work surface. A lovely, comfortable and spacious living area with unique features.
A quaint, 'dog-legged' staircase with fitted carpet and wood panelling leads to the first floor bedroom.
18'2" x 11'2"
Spacious and uniquely decorated in warm, neutral colours, with coombed ceiling. The laminate flooring gives the room a feeling of warmth and character, the cosy room is heated by a wall mounted electric heater and has a large Dormer window providing an abundance of natural light into the room and views over the stunning countryside. An added luxury of the bedroom is the en-suite bathroom.
7'10" x 5'8"
Unique and full of character, the bathroom offers a full size bath with dual taps and shower fitting. It has a combination of modern and natural themes with up to date suite and natural wood and tile features. The room is light and bright with beams, rustic plasterwork and a host of distinctive features
There is a communal courtyard with large residents parking area to the front of the building. Viewing is highly recommended.
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