£125,000 Offers around
This 2 Bedroom end of terrace cottage is filled with character and benefits from its central Tain location. The property comprises: a large living room with French doors opening to the garden and a feature wood burner, a modern kitchen with ample dining space where there is integrated appliances including a fridge, dishwasher, oven, touch hob and extractor and access to the rear garden, a handy utility room which has a stainless steel sink and window with plumbing for washing machine and space for under counter fridge/freezer, a partially tiled bathroom with bath and overhead shower, sink and WC and 2 double bedrooms to the front of the property, the larger of which offers a fitted wardrobe. There is ladder access to a floored loft where there is potential to develop into further accommodation subject to the correct local authority consents. Externally there is a large private rear garden which has a wood store and potting shed with locking door and a gated lane provides access to rear garden and bin store and there is on street parking is available. The property is double glazed throughout and benefits from an oil central heating system. The property would suit a wide range of buyers such as those looking for their first home as well as those looking to downsize. Also, there was planning permission granted in 2007. This has however now lapsed but any purchaser could re-submitted with the local council and reapply for planning permission for converting the property loft. This would allow the property to be potentially converted into a 4 bedroom house with en-suite shower room. Full details including plans can be made available to a purchaser on receipt of an acceptable offer.
The property is located in the Royal Burgh of Tain (population approx. 4,000) in the Ross and Cromarty area, near to the scenic Dornoch Firth. The town boasts a number of attractions including Glenmorangie distillery and Balblair distillery. It also has a range of pubs and restaurants and local amenities include a selection of local shops, hotels, primary and secondary schooling, a medical centre, a golf course and a range of supermarkets. There are both bus and train services into Inverness city centre on the Inverness to Thurso Railway line. The city of Inverness is approximately 35 miles away.
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