£390,000 Offers Over
Converted house recently in use as office/meeting rooms situated in the established West End residential area of Nairn. Planning permission has been granted for change of use back to its original residential use.
This grand detached Victorian villa would make a perfect family home and enjoys spacious garden grounds on a corner plot.
The property is located in an excellent position in a highly desirable area close to the town centre.
With its traditional design and substantial size, the property offers a flexible living space boasting generous room sizes throughout. It benefits from many original features such as period cornicework, doors, skirting and fireplaces.
This distinctive home features seven bedrooms, two living rooms and offers excellent storage space on both levels.
The accommodation comprises: Ground Floor: entrance vestibule, dining room, living room, bedroom, WC cloakroom, kitchen, two stores and utility (which is accessed via the window opening in the lean to timber store). First Floor: six bedrooms, study, box room, bathroom with wash hand basin and separate WC.
Gross Internal Floor Area: 351 square metres.
There are large garden grounds surrounding the property. The grounds are a mixture of grass and stone chips and have space for numerous cars off-street parking. The property is bound by stone walls and shrubbery.
The property has mains supply gas, electricity, water and drainage. There is also gas central heating coming from a floor mounted gas fired Ideal Mexico boiler located in the utility room.
EPC Rating- F
Planning Planning application has been lodged for a change of use back to residential. For an update on the progress of the application, please visithttp://wam.highland.gov.uk- quoting reference: 18/05 106/FUL)
Nairn is a lovely seaside town which benefits from a mild climate and provides a good range of services. The town has a medical centre, library, community centre, leisure centre, swimming pool, supermarkets, train station, banks, shops, hotels and bars.
You can enjoy sandy beaches, riverside walks, and the promenade with fantastic views over the Moray Firth, Nairn Museum, the Fishertown, restaurants, shopping and the Harbour. The town is the home of the world-famous Nairn Golf Club, host course of The Walker Cup in 1999, and also Nairn Dunbar Golf Course, another highly-rated championship track.
Nairn is also an excellent base for exploring the Highlands of Scotland and the city of Inverness is less than half an hour away offering a range of retail parks and supermarkets as well as much entertainment, cultural and medical facilities
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