£96,000 Offers Over
This attractive, three bedroom mid terraced house is situated in a pleasant and child friendly residential area of the town and is within walking distance to all local amenities. Located on the NC500 route and close to the beautiful unspoilt Brora beach with its beautiful morning sunrises and just a short walk to the harbour and River Brora. In good decorative order, the property comprises of entrance hallway, lounge, kitchen/diner, three spacious bedrooms and a family bathroom. The property benefits from double glazing and oil fired central heating throughout complimented with an open fire in the lounge. The front garden is laid to stone chippings and the large fully enclosed rear garden has a substantial decking area with the rest laid to lawn. This property would suit a family, first time buyer or the buy to let investor.
The peaceful village of Brora is situated on the east coast of Sutherland on the main A9 and popular North Coast 500 route. At the beginning of the century the town was a thriving industrial village and the first place in the north of Scotland to have electricity thanks to its wool industry, and was named “Electric City”. Sandstone from the local quarry was used in the construction of London Bridge, Liverpool Cathedral and the nearby Dunrobin Castle. Brora Distillery and Capaldi's Ice Cream Shop, now owned by Harry Gow's Bakery still remain in the town. Local services include a Spar, Nisa, Co-op, 2 hotels, several local shops, health centre, chemist, bank and primary school. The town is served by a railway station and buses operate every couple of hours reaching Wick & Thurso to the north and Inverness to the south in approximately an hour in either direction. For outdoor enthusiasts, there are a host of activities including hill walking, stalking, shooting, mountain biking, 18 hole links golf course, bowling, tennis, badminton and billiard facilities, fishing and football at Brora Rangers Football Club, founded in 1879.
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Entrance hallway – 4.40m x 2.00m (at widest). Stair leading to first floor. Under stair storage cupboard. Radiator. One single power point. Smoke alarm. Wood flooring.
Lounge – 4.40m x 4.20m. Open fire with hearth and surround. Built in cupboard with open shelving above. Radiator. One double and two single power points. Television point. Carpet flooring.
Kitchen/Diner – 4.10m x 2.80m. Modern fitted kitchen with wall and base units, stainless steel sink and drainer, integrated hob and oven with cooker hood. Plumbed for washing machine. Radiator. One single and five double power points. Wood flooring.
Bathroom – 2.80m x 2.00m. White suite comprising WC, bath and pedestal wash hand basin. Separate shower enclosure with electric shower. Heated towel rail. Tiled walls and vinyl floor.
Bedroom 1 – 5.30m x 3.10m. Large, spacious front aspect room. Storage cupboard. Radiator. One double and one single power point. Carpet flooring.
Bedroom 2 – 4.10m x 3.30m. Double rear aspect room with storage cupboard and separate shelving. Radiator. One double and one single power point. Laminate flooring.
Bedroom 3 – 2.90m x 2.90m. Double rear aspect room. Radiator. Two single power points. Carpet flooring.
Front/Rear Gardens – Front garden is laid to stone chippings. Fully enclosed rear garden has been split with a large decked area and further garden area being laid to lawn.
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