£250,000 Offers over
*** £20,000 UNDER VALUATION ***
Fantastic opportunity to purchase this six bedroom detached property outside the seaside village of Portmahomack.
Accommodation comprises entrance hall with large separate cloakroom area , spacious lounge with feature fireplace, kitchen, dining room and bespoke sun room with feature windows. There is a utility room off which is a W.C. and back door access to the rear garden. Downstairs also comprises the master bedroom with ensuite shower room and patio doors onto rear garden, a further two bedrooms and a family bathroom with bespoke wet wall , whirlpool bath and separate shower. There is also a further room which can be utilised as a home office/study.
On the first floor are three double bedrooms with ample storage space and a further shower room.
This house benefits from plenty of storage space and would make an ideal family home or lend itself to holiday accommodation.
To the front of the property is a driveway for several vehicles and a front lawn . Many trees have been planted around the boundary of the property . It also features many ancient Scots Pine trees hence the name .There is a double garage with a roof loft space accessed by hatch and ladder. Providing a recreational space and additional storage.
To the rear of the property is a further lawn area with spectacular open views across fields. A summer house doubles as a log store in the Winter.
There is a local secluded beach within walking distance .
Currently the homeowners run a small air BNB business from a moveable Shepherd's Hut. This accommodates a couple and provides a unique holiday experience situated on the world famous NC500.
The Hut is not included in the sale but can be purchased separately .
The property is ideally located on the NC500 and with 5 minutes drive from Portmahomack.
The famous lighthouse at Portmahomack is a must to visit and there is also a tricky 9 hole golf course. Within half an hour drive are many other golf courses including the famous Royal Dornoch. Portmahomack benefits from having a very low rainfall. The primary school is within a couple of miles and pupils can be transported by bus at the road end. The nearby town of Tain has an array of amenities including supermarkets, shops and restaurants. The Highland capital of Inverness is within an hours drive on the A9 where there is comprehensive road rail and air links.
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