£163,000 Offers over
This charming traditional stone built semi detached cottage is in a prime position overlooking the Cromarty Firth. Originally dating back to circa 1900, the cottage has been well maintained over the years, including a new double glazed windows in 2012 and the gable has recently been repointed. There are many characterful features including deep sills, stripped wooden floor boards and a feature open fire in the lounge. This quaint property will appeal to those looking for a rural property within easy commuting distance, or equally would make a perfect holiday let. The lounge is a good size, with views down to the Cromarty Bridge. The large kitchen/diner has ample space to accommodate a large table and 6 chairs. It also benefits from lovely outlooks over the Firth. There are 2 double bedrooms, the one to the rear benefits from a small ensuite shower room and bedroom to the front has a dressing area and views. A good size bathroom completes the accommodation. There is double glazing throughout and oil fired central heating, run from the Stanley Range in the kitchen. This is supplemented by the open fire in the lounge. There is a substantial garden to the rear, which is laid to lawn and surrounded by rolling farmland. There is ample room to extend, subject to the appropriate planning approvals. Permission was previously given and plans are available for conversion of the loft. Although this has now lapsed, new owners should be able to reinstate this easily. The drive provides off street parking for 2 cars to the side of the property. This quaint and charming property has all the benefits of country living, whilst easy commuting distance to both Inverness and Dingwall.
Location: East Cottage is situated 2 miles outside Dingwall on the Old Evanton Road. A varied selection of shops and amenities can be found in the town centre including high street stores, supermarkets, railway station and sports centre.
Primary and secondary schooling is provided at Dingwall Primary and Dingwall Academy respectively, for which a school bus is provided. This is an excellent location for those looking for all that country life offers whilst still in easy commuting distance to both Dingwall and Inverness, which is approximately 17 miles away. Inverness, the main business and commercial centre of the Highlands, offers an extensive choice shopping, entertainment and leisure facilities associated with city living.
Extras: All fitted floor coverings, fixtures and fittings, including all light fittings. Curtains, curtain poles and window blinds. Stanley Range.
Services: Mains electricity and water. Private drainage by septic tank. Oil tank.
Council Tax: Band C
Viewing: To arrange a viewing please contact Emma MacLaren on 07850407884 or 01463 233218.
Entry: To be mutually agreed.
Lounge (14' 6" x 11' 9" or 4.43m x 3.59m)
Kitchen / Diner (14' 7" x 14' 8" or 4.44m x 4.46m)
Bedroom 1 (9' 9" x 8' 11" or 2.97m x 2.71m)
Ensuite (4' 7" x 3' 0" or 1.40m x 0.92m)
Dressing Room (13' 0" x 5' 5" or 3.97m x 1.64m)
Bedroom 2 (8' 11" x 10' 5" or 2.73m x 3.17m)
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