£510,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|17 December 2014||£455,000||N/A|
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The Hollies is a superb period home, which was formerly the manse for Kilmuir Easter Church. The house is situated within beautiful countryside and has been extensively yet sympathetically upgraded, ensuring it retains its character and charm. The accommodation is exceptionally versatile and as an example it would be very possible to have a fully contained granny wing or holiday let without impacting on the main accommodation.
The ground floor accommodation is entered through an outer porch which leads to a welcoming entrance hall, sitting room, drawing room, instantly impressive new kitchen, bedroom 6, 2nd kitchen/utility, laundry room, bathroom, downstairs w/c, and two pantries.
The first floor, accessed via a fantastic staircase leads to five bedrooms, dressing room and bathroom. Finally, bedroom 7 is located on the third floor and could easily be utilised as a great place for an office or playroom.
The Hollies has a north and south tree lined driveway that present the property and leads to a turning sweep at the west side of the house, which is shaded by a mature weeping ash tree. To the front of the property there is an extensive lawn area and to the south a magnificent walled garden area with symmetrical rose beds.
The energy performance rating for this property is E.
The Hollies is situated in a magnificent position near the Cromarty Firth, approximately 29 miles north east of Inverness. There are scenic walks directly accessible from the property to both the shoreline and the Balnagown River.
There are excellent local shopping facilities in Tain, including a Tesco, Co-op and Lidl, with further services available at Alness, Dingwall and Inverness. Inverness boasts all the services associated with a thriving city. These include high street brands such as Marks &Spencer, convenient edge of town retail and business parks, specialist shops, professional services, and excellent restaurants. Eden Court Theatre, a renowned centre for the arts, is host to a large variety of touring productions and concerts.
The Hollies is easily accessible, the A9 being only about a mile away. Tain has a station with connecting services to Inverness, which in turn has direct trains and a sleeper service to London. Inverness Airport is only 36 miles away and has an increasing choice of domestic flights.
The Hollies is situated in an area famed for its fair climate and rich farmland. This arable land, in conjunction with a backdrop of rugged hills and sea views, provides spectacular scenery and wonderful views. Outdoor opportunities abound; there are excellent links golf courses at Tain, Dornoch, Golspie and Brora, salmon fishing can be taken on nearby rivers including Alness, Brora and the rivers of The Kyle of Sutherland, while shooting can be arranged on local estates. For hill walkers numerous Munros can be reached within an hour's drive.
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