£210,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|15 June 2007||£155,000||£13,500|
|13 April 2005||£141,500||N/A|
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"BELOW" the Home Report valuation. This lovely traditional four bedroom home nestled in the heart of the village of Auldearn, just a few miles from the seaside town of Nairn. This beautiful family home is perfect for anyone looking for the opportunity to live in a friendly community whilst still having access to all that a larger town offers just a few minuets away.
Nestled in the High Street is this attractive traditional stone built cottage. Beautifully decorated throughout in restful country tones and fitted with good quality carpets and flooring. There is new metal profile roofing on the kitchen and the sun lounge.
Once in the hall you will be impressed by the elegant staircase spiraling off the good sized space. To your left is a, light filled lounge. Decorated beautifully in a restful country style, with a feature fire place. From the lounge There is a spacious, versatile room which is currently being used as bedroom four. To the other side of the house, you will find the spacious dining room, which has plenty of room for a large family dining table. Leading off the dining room, is the generous country style kitchen, beautifully fitted with ample storage, and a feature Range-master stove and cooker hood, which complements the kitchen perfectly. There is access from the kitchen to the fully enclosed patio garden area, perfect for alfresco dining and barbecues. Back in the house, from the dining room there is access to the lovely sun room. Off the sun room you can find a laundry room and a door back into the hall, where you will also find a downstairs shower room.
Upstairs, from the spacious landing, There are three good sized bedrooms. There is a traditionally fitted Jack and Jill bathroom which joins from between the landing and bedroom two. Full central heating and double glazing and out side there is ample off street parking complete the property. Viewing is highly recommended to appreciate this lovely home and gardens.
This lovely traditional property is nestled in the historic village of Auldearn, which lies on the traditional route from Inverness to Aberdeen just two miles east of Nairn. It is bypassed by the main A96 road, which has helped retain the quiet charm of the village, making it an ideal place to settle for those wanting to live in a smaller village community. There is a local primary schooling in the village and secondary school, along with other amenities can be found just two miles away in Nairn.
Nairn is known for its dry and sunny climate. It is a vibrant Victorian town and a popular holiday destination. It has a good range of shops and professional services as well as two museums, an art gallery, and excellent restaurants. The town also has a sports centre, tennis club, swimming pool, riding centre and cricket pitch, all within a short walk from the property. The harbour is home to a marina and sailing club. In addition to the two Nairn championship golf courses, golf is also conveniently available at Royal Dornoch, Spey Valley and the Castle Stuart Golf Links. There is salmon fishing on the Rivers Nairn, Findhorn and Spey and shooting is readily available on local estates. The beautiful Spey Valley with its Whisky trail and the ski slopes at the Cairngorms and The Lecht are all within easy driving distance. Inverness provides a range of retail parks and supermarkets as well as many entertainment, cultural and medical facilities expected of the Highland Capital. Inverness Airport, approximately 10 minute drive away, has regular daily flights to London and other UK and International destinations.
Lounge 4.50m x 3.62m
Bedroom One Downstairs 3.35m x 3.58m
Sun Room 3.93m x 2.23m
Dining Room 4.49m x 3.95m
Shower Room 2.07m x 1.68m
Utility 2.68m x 1.23m
Kitchen/Diner 4.77m x 3.32m
Bedroom Two 4.16m x 3.44m
Jack and Jill Bathroom 3.45m x 1.56m
Bedroom Three 3.62m x 2.56m
Bedroom Four 4.53m x 3.62m
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