£270,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|20 December 2006||£249,000||N/A|
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***£30,000 under valuation ***
Large detached four bedroom property in the village of Bonar Bridge .
It is currently divided into two and tenanted but can easily be restored to one great family home or large guest house providing much needed accommodation for the NC500 route. Equally the selling of the property as two separate homes will be considered.
Accommodation comprises two sitting rooms with wood-burners, a dining room, two kitchen/diners , one family bathroom, two shower rooms and two W.C.s. To the front of the property is a small porch flanked by flower beds.
To the rear a sun room opening onto a paved patio area, a large garden with two further patios, polytunnel , garden shed and ample parking.
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Bonar Bridge lies at the head of the Dornoch firth on the banks of the Kyle of Sutherland, and is
approximately one mile from Ardgay, on the mainline railway between Inverness and
There are local amenities including shops, post office, dispensing chemist and a selection of
cafes and hotel. There is a Health centre ,Cottage Hospital , Heath & Well being Centre, and a
Hub with gym, softplay and café.
The village sits just off the popular NC500.
The village has its own golf club with a nine-hole course and it also makes an ideal base for a
sporting holiday with many opportunities locally for salmon and trout fishing and for shooting.
The highland capital of Inverness is some 40 miles south on the A9 where there are
comprehensive road, rail and air links.
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