UNDER OFFER - A rarely available and attractive one bedroom end terrace bungalow with off street parking to the front and good privacy from a mature hedge in addition to a beautifully presented rear garden. Situated in an peaceful cul-de-sac location with good access to all of the local amenities and the town centre of this vibrant Highland community in the Cairngorms National Park. Accommodation comprises of an entrance vestibule, bright and airy lounge with twin windows and fireplace with multi fuel stove and back boiler, a spacious fitted kitchen with space for a compact dining table, a rear hall with storage and access to the garden, bathroom and double bedroom overlooking the rear garden. This affordable home would suit a variety of purchasers and is in good order throughout with viewing advised in order to fully appreciate the layout and location. Energy Performance Certificate Rating D, Council Tax Band B
Kingussie - At the foothills of the Cairngorms and Monadhliath Mountain ranges and within the Cairngorm National Park, Kingussie is an attractive and popular town in Strathspey with its first class hotels, guest houses, medical facilities and primary and secondary schools offering education to University entrance standard. Facilities include an 18 hole golf course, excellent salmon and trout fishing on the River Spey and other waters, tennis courts, bowling green and children's recreation park, Pony Trekking, and the fantastic facilities at the Badenoch Leisure Centre with 3 sports halls, fitness suite and variety of sports classes. Kingussie is surrounded by some of the finest grouse moors and deer forests in Scotland, the Insh Marshes are famous as a bird sanctuary and within easy reach are the Cairngorm Mountains for winter sporting facilities and hill walking. There is a sailing school at Loch Insh and the beaches of the Moray Firth are also close by. The holiday village of Aviemore, 12 miles away, offers swimming, squash, pubs and club and other attractions. Other distances from Kingussie:- Grantown on Spey 28 miles; Inverness 42 miles; Elgin 60 miles. The main London/Inverness rail line runs through Kingussie and the Inverness Airport is 50 miles distant with regular daily flights to London, Edinburgh and Glasgow.
Entry - The front garden is afforded excellent privacy by way of the mature hedge which bounds it and a paved walkway leads to the front door.
Entrance Vestibule - 0.85m x 1.25m (2'9 x 4'1 ) - With laminate flooring, coat hooks, ceiling light and electric meter cupboard, this space offers a separation from the lounge and allows for shoe, boot and outerwear storage.
Lounge - 3.3m x 5.27m (max) (10'9 x 17'3 (max)) - A bright and airy lounge with twin windows to the front which flood the room with excellent natural light and which also benefits from a feature fireplace with tiled surround and hearth with an inset multi fuel stove which not only offers a warm and cosy heat but incorporates a back boiler which heats the radiators to offer a cost effective system. There is laminate flooring, ceiling lighting and additional doors provide access to the rear hall and kitchen.
Kitchen - 4.76m x 2.37m (15'7 x 7'9 ) - This spacious kitchen has a modern range of fitted units nicely complimented by accented worktops and splash back tiling. Plumbed for a washing machine with additional under unit space for a larder fridge and freezer as well as additional space for a larger fridge freezer. There is a sink with drainer and chrome mixer tap and an integral oven and electric hob. There is laminate flooring, twin ceiling spotlight clusters and a large window to the front of the property which also provides good natural light into the room. There is space for a compact table and two chairs to allow for separate dining.
Rear Hall - The rear hall offers good storage with a large linen cupboard and additional shelved storage cupboard. There is a UPVC door to the rear garden and doors to the bathroom and double bedroom. There is laminate flooring, ceiling lighting and a loft hatch providing access to the insulated loft space.
Bedroom - 3.23m x 3.27m (10'7 x 10'8 ) - This peaceful double bedroom has a window overlooking the rear garden and ample space for bedroom furniture. There is carpet flooring and ceiling lighting.
Bathroom - 1.77m x 2.37m (5'9 x 7'9 ) - The bathroom is well proportioned and comprises a three piece suite in white with WC, pedestal basin and bath with Triton T80 electric shower over. There is tiling to the bath area and splash back to the sink. There is ceiling lighting, an extractor fan and an opaque window to rear.
Outside - The front garden enjoys good privacy provided by mature hedging with a gravelled area for off street parking. The rear gardens are delightfully presented and are mainly laid to lawn with a mixture of mature shrub planting in addition to a timber garden shed and an additional separate wood store. There is a sheltered patio which catches the afternoon and evening sun making it an ideal haven to sit and relax. There is an outside tap and side gate.
Services - It is understood that there is mains electricity, water and drainage. Heating is via a backboiler with radiators.
Home Report - To obtain a copy of the home report, please visit our website massoncairns.com where an online copy is available to download.
EPC Rating D
Entry - By mutual agreement.
Price - UNDER OFFER
Viewings and Offers - Viewing is strictly by arrangement with and all offers to be submitted to:-Masson Cairns
Grantown on Spey
Tel: (01479) 874800
Fax: (01479) 874806
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