£190,000 Offers over

Delny Farm Cottages, Invergordon, Easter Ross and Black Isle, IV18 0NP

2 bedroom semi-detached for sale

Property Details

Being Marketed £20,000 Below Home Report Value.

Fantastic opportunity to purchase this charming two bedroom traditional semi detatched cottage situated in a small hamlet in a rural location nestled in amongst farmland and woodland in Delny near the town of Invergordon.

Property comprises: hallway, kitchen with side door, large lounge with open fire, and a utility room. Upstairs there are two double bedrooms, and a modern bathroom, all with views out to the Cromarty Firth and the Black Isle.

There is a good sized front garden laid to lawn with a paved patio area, ample parking, gated driveway, which is accessed via a shared driveway, and a shed to the rear of the property.

It benefits from double glazing, oil fired central heating, neutral decor, countryside views and is in walk in condition.

The property will appeal to people looking to enjoy the quiet rural life, but within easy driving distance of all services.

Viewing is highly recommended for this lovely property. To book a viewing please follow the link on the Purplebricks website or download our Award winning app.

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The front door leads into the carpeted hallway which gives access to all the downstairs rooms. There is a large under stair cupboard, radiator, and a wall mounted electric fuse box.

7.00m by 4.50m approximately.
Very large bright room with a front facing full length window, a 2nd front facing window, and a rear facing window. It has carpet, two radiators, and the open fire.

4.00m by 3.00m approximately.
Good sized room with wood laminate flooring, front and rear facing windows, glass paned side door, radiator, cream floor and wall units with integrated oven, hob, extractor, dishwasher, fridge, and freezer. There is also an attic hatch and a glass door leading through to the hallway.

Utility Room
3.30m by 1.40m approximately.
Useful utility room which has plumbing and houses the washing machine and boiler. It has a tile floor, and has the potential to be converted into a downstairs bathroom with the relevant permissions.

The carpeted stairs lead up from the hallway with a rear facing large Velux above. The landing has carpet, a large storage cupboard, and gives access to all the rooms.

Bedroom One
5.50m by 4.60m approximately.
Large double bedroom with carpet, double fitted wardrobe, radiator, eave access cupboard, and a front facing window with views over farmland down to the firth.

Bedroom Two
3.40m by 2.90m approximately.
Double bedroom with carpet, large cupboard, radiator, and a front facing window with views to the firth.

2.70m by 1.70m approximately.
Modern bright room with wood effect lino, wet wall, P shaped bath with mains shower above, sink, toilet, radiator, and a front facing window.

There is a good sized enclosed garden mainly laid to lawn, with a large paved patio seating area, and paths. It has mature shrubs and hedging, a paved parking area, pergola, and a small strip of land that runs behind the house laid to gravel which houses the shed and the oil tank.

Property served by mains water and electricity.

Benefits from double glazing and oil fired central heating and the open fire in the lounge.

Council Tax Band C.

There is a shared driveway which then opens up to the private gated driveway and the front garden.

Sale to include all floor coverings, curtains and blinds, all appliances. Other furnishings are available if required by separate negotiation.

Viewing is highly recommended to appreciate this well presented beautiful rural cottage.

The cottage one of five similar properties in the hamlet is located on the right hand side of the A9 heading northeast. Drive down past Delny Glamping, bear left at the farm buildings, and then bear right keeping the properties on your left hand side into a mutual driveway past cottage No. 2, to reach No. 4.
A Purplebricks sign is located at the turning from the A9.

Please note that entering the postcode into a sat nav or online map will direct you to the wrong side of the A9. The precise location of the cottage can be seen at what3words.com///cinemas.adjusting.captions

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  • Property added on 10 June 2022
  • New price Offers over £190,000 as of 11 June 2022
    Was: Offers around £210,000
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