£175,000 Fixed price
Fantastic opportunity to purchase a lovely end-terrace property in the scenic seaside town of Nairn. Built circa 1880, this charming property has well appointed rooms and has retained many original features including pitch pine doors, stripped floor boards and deep skirting. The ground floor offers a good size lounge with feature gas fire and wooden surround. The spacious kitchen/diner has ample space to accommodate a large table and 6 chairs and there is a Rangemaster range included in the sale. There is a family room next door which has been used as a formal dining room in the past and a useful utility room completes the ground floor accommodation. The striking original staircase leads to the split level landing and the family bathroom which benefits from a free standing roll top bath and separate shower cubicle. The upper floor offers three generously sized double bedrooms. There is double glazing throughout and gas central heating. A small area of ground to the rear comprises 2 large storage sheds and an intimate courtyard which provides an area to sit outside. This would be an ideal purchase for young professionals, investors or those looking for a holiday let in a prime spot in a popular seaside town.
Location: The property is situated in the popular seaside town of Nairn and enjoys a central position close to the High Street, harbour and beach. Nairn is an established and desirable residential area and its close proximity to the A96 allows easy commuting to Inverness, which is 14 miles distant. The town centre provides a wide range of amenities including shops, post office, supermarket, banks, hotels and coffee shops. The harbour and beach offer excellent water sports facilities and there is easy access to a wide variety of outdoor sports and activities. Nairn has a good community offering excellent primary and secondary schools, library, community centre, swimming pool and two championship golf courses. Nairn also offers good rail and road links to both Aberdeen and Inverness, with regular bus services. Inverness, the main business and commercial centre of the highlands offers extensive shopping, leisure and entertainment facilities. Inverness airport is 6 miles away and provides air links to the rest of the UK and Europe.
Extras: All fitted floor coverings, fixtures and fittings, including all light fittings. Curtains, curtain poles and window blinds. Rangemaster range. Two garden sheds.
Services: Mains gas, electric, water and drainage. Telephone and broadband.
Council Tax: Band C
Entry: To be mutually agreed.
Viewing: To arrange a viewing of this property please contact Morna Mackinnon on 07765 250242.
Lounge (13' 7" x 11' 9" or 4.15m x 3.57m)
Family Room/diner (14' 7" x 9' 9" or 4.45m x 2.98m)
Kitchen (14' 2" x 11' 10" or 4.31m x 3.60m)
Bedroom 1 (13' 7" x 11' 7" or 4.15m x 3.52m)
Bedroom 2 (8' 11" x 11' 4" or 2.72m x 3.46m)
Bedroom 3 (13' 9" x 7' 11" or 4.19m x 2.41m)
Bathroom (10' 5" x 10' 2" or 3.18m x 3.10m)
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