£225,000 Offers over
Fantastic opportunity to purchase this lovely rural three bedroom detached bungalow, which enjoys elevated amazing countryside views.
This lovely home is located approx. two miles from the village of Kiltarlity, and is within easy access of the Highland capital Inverness.
Accommodation comprises: utility room, large cloakroom, modern open plan kitchen/diner/living room with integrated appliances, pantry, double aspect and a multi fuel stove. There is a front porch, L shaped hallway with storage, three good sized double bedrooms (two with fitted wardrobes), and the main bathroom which has underfloor heating, a large walk in shower and a separate bath. The attic is floored with skylight, and provides excellent storage.
Outside the gardens extend right round the property, with a large lawn area to the front to enjoy the amazing views, ample gravel parking, double sliding gates, patio area perfect for outside dining, shed and a wood store.
The house benefits from oil fired central heating, double glazing, great views, has been totally refurbished, and is in walk in condition.
Viewing is highly recommended to fully appreciate the potential this beautiful home has to offer.
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This property is perfectly positioned for those seeking a home and lifestyle among some of the most beautiful scenery in the region, and its elevated location gives it unspoilt countryside views.
It is situated approx. 2 miles from the small village of Kiltarlity, which has a sought after primary school, local amenities, village hall and public transport links. Kiltarlity is 2.5 miles south of of the picturesque town of Beauly and approximately 12 miles west of The Highland capital city of Inverness.
The city of Inverness is entwined with history and boasts a varied way of life by offering a wide range of facilities including many services, shops, bars and restaurants. Direct links via road, rail, and air to all major cities including Aberdeen, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Birmingham, Newcastle and London.
The property is served by mains water and electric and drainage is via a septic tank.
The heating is oil fired with the boiler located in the dining area.
Gas hob served by gas bottles.
Council Tax Band D.
Sale will include all floor coverings, blinds, curtain poles, integrated white goods, and the shed plus wood store.
Viewing is highly recommended for this popular location.
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