£95,000 Offers Over
This three bedroom semi detached house is situated in the the picturesque rural village of Talmine, a stones throw away from beautiful sandy beaches, the area itself was noted to be in the top ten most beautiful places in the North of Scotland. In good decorative order, the spacious accommodation comprises of, ground floor, lounge, kitchen/diner and WC. First floor, three bedrooms and bathroom. The property benefits from timbre double glazed windows with oak effect uPVC doors and solid fuel back boiler providing central heating. The low maintenance gardens are mainly laid to concrete paving slabs with mature hedge. Included in sale are two wooden sheds located in rear garden.
Half glazed uPVC door to –
Hall – Accessing lounge, kitchen/diner, WC, stairs to first floor landing. One double power point. Smoke detector. Radiator. Storage cupboard. Wooden flooring. Half glazed uPVC door to side of property.
Lounge – 3.89m x 4.63m
Four double power points. Radiator. Television aerial outlet. Solid fuel tiled open fireplace.
Kitchen/Diner – 2.60m x 4.84m
Four double power points. Wall and base units with stainless steel sink and drainer. Plumbed for washing machine. Radiator. Smoke detector.
WC – 1.67m x 1.68m at widest points.
WC. Wash hand basin. Radiator.
Stairs to first floor landing – Accessing bedrooms, bathroom. One double power point. Storage cupboard.
Bathroom – 1.75m x 2.07m
Suite consisting of WC, pedestal wash hand basin, bath with over bath electric shower. Laminate flooring.
Bedroom 1 – 3.19m x 4.61m
Three double power points. Radiator. Double fitted wardrobe with shelf, hanging space and mirrored doors.
Bedroom 2 – 3.36m x 4.57m
Two double power points. Radiator.
Bedroom 3 – 2.02m x 3.30m
Two double power points. Radiator. Shelved alcove for storage.
Front Garden – Fully enclosed paved area with some shrubs.
Rear Garden – Fully enclosed area with street access. Paved and graveled with shrubs. Three garden sheds.
Talmine is a small hamlet, looking north east across Tongue Bay. The parish of Tongue is in the North of Sutherland and has shops, bank, garage, filling station, hotels, primary school, church, and art gallery. The area is teeming with wild and sea life such as red and green shank, ring plover, and fulmars with the ever present herons, oystercatchers and buzzards. Otters are to be seen in the wrack, rocky inlets and river pool sides. Sutherland is a popular area with people who want to get away from the hustle and bustle of modern life. The wide open spaces and abundance of flora and fauna, as well as the deserted sandy beaches make it the perfect place to relax. Sutherland is predominately dependent on agriculture, aquaculture, crofting, fishing, and tourism. The county has many ruined castles and ancient monuments.
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