£265,000 Guide Price
In more detail the property is entered into via a UPVC glazed door into the spacious hallway. There is a laundry cupboard. The spacious lounge has dual aspect that flood the room with an abundance of natural light. Patio doors lead to the garden and there is a feature sandstone fireplace with gas fire.
The generous rear facing dining room has space for four dining tables. The kitchen has a range of base and wall units and excellent work surface. There is a hob with oven and extractor, washing machine, dishwasher and fridge/freezer. There is a door to the utility room that in turn leads to what was used as the owner’s bedroom. The owner’s bedroom is a good size double with en-suite shower room and additional storage. There are patio doors that lead from the owner’s bedroom to the rear garden. There is a further bedroom on the ground floor with a separate shower room that comprises of shower, W.C and wash hand basin.
Staircase leads to the first floor where there are three en-suite double bedrooms. Bedroom one is the superior room with front aspects and a feature en-suite featuring a sunken corner bath, separate shower, W.C and wash hand basin. The two other bedrooms are generous double and both with en-suite shower rooms.
Externally the property has direct access to street level and has an attractive stone wall. The front is set to mainly lawns with two raised flower beds set to gravel. The driveway can accommodate 2 cars and there is off-road parking to the front for 3 additional cars. To the rear of the property is additional parking and this is where access is gained to the large garage and workshop. To the rear of the business is a spacious walled garden offering plenty of family amenity space. There is a spacious garage / out-building offering excellent workshop space or development subject to consent.
4.78m x 3.33m
2.04m x 1.30m
3.66m x 3.9m
2.37m x 1m
3.36m x 2.32m
Lower Shower Room
3.95m x 3.9m
4.45m x 3.18m
3.40m x 3.36m
2.454m x 1.9m
3.40m x 3.36m
2.65m x 1.47m
Roag House is ideally situated within an area which is considered a very attractive destination. With long sandy beaches and a most attractive harbour at Portmahomack and Balintore, the region attracts both long-term visitors and day trippers as the region is renowned for its own geo-climate and unusually high levels of sunlight. The area has a number of attractions including the Discovery Centre Pictish Museum, Tarbetness Lighthouse, dolphin trips, the 12th Century Fearn Abbey, Tain Pottery, Anta Pottery, Glenmorangie distillery, and Dunrobin House to name a few. For sports enthusiasts there is an ample array of fishing, field sports, outdoor activity and golfing venues. For the dedicated golfer there are a number of outstanding quality golf courses within the immediate area, the most famous being Royal Dornoch and the Championship course at Tain plus there is a 9-hole Golf Course at Portmahomack. The courses at Nairn and Castle Stuart are but a relatively short drive away. Roag House is well located for exploring the wider Highland region and taking in its many natural attractions. Inverness, Culloden Battlefield and Loch Ness are all within a 45-minute drive. Outdoor pursuits such as bird and nature watching also draw a great many visitors to the area who take advantage of the abundance of wildlife. Within the Cromarty Firth seals, minke whales and dolphins are readily observed and are a great attraction.
Fearn is close to the newly revitalized Nigg fabrication yard and a short drive to the busy A9; the arterial route from Inverness to Thurso. The local town Tain has good rail links with an excellent range of shops and amenities etc. for visitors and residents alike. Tain also has a full range of education facilities with Fearn having a primary school.
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