£180,000 Offers Over
A rare opportunity to purchase a traditional stone built property with great historical importance. The property was originally built in the 1800's by Alexander Rhind, a prominent local archaeologist. Situated in a much sought after area, within close proximity to the new East Caithness Community Facility. Retaining many original features the property benefits from newly installed gas central heating and double glazing throughout. The spacious accommodation is spread over three floors and comprises, lounge, large kitchen/diner, dining room, eight bedrooms (two with en-suites) and dressing rooms, playroom, office, utility room and two WCs. Set in its own enclosed grounds, the garden is mostly laid to grass with a large driveway with ample parking for several vehicles.
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