£465,000 Fixed price

Stirling Drive, Highland, Scotland, IV23 2PR

5 bedroom cottage for sale

Property Details

Fantastic opportunity to purchase three cottages which have been renovated to a very high standard, and of which two are currently run as successful holiday lets.

They are situated in the village of Garve in the heart of the Scottish Highlands and on the famous North Coast 500 route (NC500). The building's origins date back to c.1850 and have been recently modernized to incorporate more up to date facilities without losing the charm and cosiness of a traditional Highland cottage.

Accommodation :-

Rosemount Cottage comfortably sleeps 4 people - front porch, hallway, living room with stove, kitchen/diner, rear porch, and a shower room. Upstairs is a landing, and two double bedrooms.

Rosemount is currently occupied by the owners - front porch, hallway, ground floor bedroom/dining room, living room with stove, and a large modern kitchen/diner. Upstairs there are two double bedrooms and a good sized bathroom.

Rosemount Bothy comfortably sleeps 2 but can accommodate 4 - entrance porch, open plan living area with stove, and upstairs is a large bedroom, and a modern shower room.

The cottages share ample off road parking and have an extensive private garden area on the banks of Black Water river.

Garve is a small village in the Highlands situated 10 miles west of Dingwall at the eastern end of Loch Garve, near Ben Wyvis. It is a tranquil rural community with a railway station on the Kyle of Lochalsh line, and is an ideal retreat for walkers, cyclists, climbers, kayakers, anglers, or simply someone looking to enjoy the beauty and serenity of the Scottish Highlands.

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Main Residence
Rosemount - currently the owners home and benefits from a oil fired central heating system plus a stove and open fire, and is very tastefully decorated to a high finish.

Accommodation :

Front porch with carpet and side windows gives access through a glass panelled door to the hallway with carpet, panelled staircase, with storage underneath, and a bright landing with front Velux window, carpet and storage cupboards.

Living Room - 4.40m by 3.80m approximately.
Wood burning stove, laminated flooring, radiator, and gives access into the hall, kitchen and utility room. Window faces to the front of the property.

Kitchen/Diner - 4.70m by 2.60m approximately.
Back door, laminate floor, cream wall mounted units with wood effect worktops, oven, hob, dishwasher, extractor fan and a radiator. Gives access into the living room. Window faces to the rear of the property.

Utility Room - 2.80m by 1.80m approximately.
Has laminate flooring, plumbing for washing machine, worktop space, and a radiator. Window faces to the rear of the property.

Dining Room/ Bedroom - 4.50m by 3.90m approximately.
Good sized room with carpet, open fire, large cupboard and a radiator. Window faces to the front of the property.

King size Bedroom - 4.40m by 3.90m approximately.
Has carpet, feature fire place and a radiator. Window faces to the front of the property.

Double Bedroom - 4.40m by 3.80m approximately.
Has carpet, feature fire place and a radiator. Window faces to the front of the property.

Bathroom - 2.90m by 1.70m approximately.
With laminate flooring, bath with overhead shower, toilet, wash hand basin, extractor fan and a heated towel rail. Window faces to the rear of the property.

Cottage
Rosemount Cottage - currently a two bedroom holiday cottage with a modern oil central heating system, and tastefully decorated to a high finish.
It has an abundance of history, being the old grocers cottage up until recent years with many original features still present such a vintage safe and vintage kitchen stove.

Accommodation:

Front porch with carpet and side windows giving access into the hallway through a glass panelled door. The hallway is carpeted with the panelled staircase giving access to the 1st floor bedrooms.

Living room - 4.40m by 4.00m approximately.
Has carpet, a multi fuel stove, and windows facing out to the front and rear of property.

Kitchen - 4.00m by 3.90m approximately.
Has wooden laminate flooring, floor and wall mounted units and cream worktops. cooker, extractor fan, old stove, an original safe and a radiator. Windows face to the front and rear of property.

Rear Porch - has laminate flooring, houses the fridge freezer, and there is a back door.

Shower Room - 2.90m by 1.80m approximately.
Has wooden flooring, shower cubicle, toilet, wash hand basin and a heated towel rail. Window faces to the rear of the property.

King size Bedroom - 4.00m by 3.90m approximately.
Has carpet, cupboard, feature fire place and a radiator. Window faces to front of property.

Double Bedroom - 3.90m by 3.40m approximately.
Has carpet, feature fireplace and a radiator. Window faces to the front of the property.

Services
Properties are served by mains water, drainage and electricity.

All benefit from central heating, double glazing and are in walk in condition.

Rosemount itself is Council Tax Band C, and the other two cottages are on commercial rates.

There are bookings lined up for the current season if buyer wishes to honour them, and business holds 'super host' status and 10 and 9.9 ratings on booking.com respectively.
Website, Facebook page and email address for the business are available if required, and figures on income can be provided if requested.

Sale will include business furnishings if required.

The properties also have fishing rights on Black Water right at end of the garden.

Viewing highly recommended to fully appreciate these beautiful properties set in a lovely scenic location as a current business or to convert into a larger family home.

Gardens
The private grounds extend to around 0.5 acre.
At the front the garden is enclosed and low maintenance laid to gravel with flower beds. Gateways lead up to the front doors of Rosemount and the Cottage. To the side and extending round the back is a large gravel driveway and ample parking. Here there is the large wooden garage with a concrete base, workbench and power supply, and a sheltered decked area which is used by guests of The Bothy.
At the rear of the properties the enclosed garden is separated into various sections. There is a flat lawn area with path which leads out to the river, a sizeable covered paved 4mx4m seating area with large stone fire pit, wood stores, shed, and a patio seating area which is mainly utilised by guests of The Cottage.
There is also a store which houses the boiler and hot water tank.

Location
The village of Garve is the gateway to the North West Highlands, and is ideal for hill-walkers, climbers, anglers and nature-watchers with spectacular views, scenic walks, and rivers and lochs abundant with trout and salmon.
It is ideally situated as a base for touring the Highlands with the Victorian spa village of Strathpeffer only 6 miles away and the holiday centre of Loch Ness approximately 19 miles away. With easy access to the Isles of Skye, Lewis and Harris.
Local attractions include Urquhart Castle at Loch Ness along with a variety of Monster Cruises and Exhibitions. There are also boat tours operating on the Moray Firth to spot wildlife in their natural habitat these include dolphins, seals, whales, otters and a variety of birds.
Inverness the capital of the Highlands is only 26 miles away and it has an airport from which national and international flights can be taken.

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  • Property added on 21 January 2022
  • New price Fixed price £465,000 as of 4 February 2022
    Was: Offers over £435,000
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