Impressive detached bungalow located in a small hamlet above the village of North Kessock, on the outskirts of Inverness. This substantial home is set in a good size garden which extends to approximately 0.3 acre and offers beautiful views across the Beauly Firth. The spacious layout and generous accommodation will appeal to both families and couples alike. There is a large sunny lounge which features a multi-fuel stove, patio doors and full length windows on either side to best appreciate the views. The modern fully fitted kitchen/diner comes with an integrated double oven, and electric hob and has space for informal dining. Adjacent is a large formal dining room, ideal for entertaining. The generous master bedroom benefits from patio doors leading onto the garden, wall to wall wardrobes and a stylish ensuite shower room. The remaining three double bedrooms are a good size and all offer fitted storage. There is a large family bathroom with a bath and separate shower cubicle. A useful utility room and WC complete the accommodation. There is double glazing throughout and oil fired central heating with supplementary multi-fuel stove and solar panels. There is an internal vacuum system. Set within a generous plot the garden is mostly laid to lawn on tiered levels, with a decking area ideally placed to capture the sun and beautiful views to the Beauly Firth. A gravel drive leads to a carport and a timber garage with a shed. This is an ideal opportunity to purchase a single storey home, in a tranquil and scenic location yet within a short commuting distance to Inverness.
Location: The property is located in a semi-rural hamlet above North Kessock, which is approximately 5 miles from the city of Inverness. Primary school children attend the local school with secondary school children attending Fortrose academy. There is a local village shop, post office, church, hotel, tea room and it is famous for its regular sightings of Moray Firth dolphins. Otters and seals can also be spotted from this picturesque village. The city of inverness is a short commute via car or a regular bus service. Inverness City enjoys excellent communications by road, rail and is served by an International Airport. The capital and main business and commercial centre of the Highlands, Inverness offers an extensive choice of shopping, entertainment, cultural, educational and leisure facilities associated with city living, with easy access to the beautiful and challenging Highland landscape.
Directions: From Inverness take the A9 north and cross the Kessock Bridge, continue along the dual carriageway. Pass the village of North Kessock turn off on the left, carry on and then take the turn off to the right to Munlochy. Then take the next immediate right hand turning into Coldwell Road. Continue along this road for approximately 0.3 of a mile and where there is a sign for Knowehead take the road to the left. Caberfeidh is the first house behind the hedge on the right hand side of this road.
Extras: All fitted floor coverings, fixtures and fittings, including all light fittings. Curtain poles, electrically operated curtains in lounge and window blinds. Integrated electric double oven, hob, extractor and fridge. Garage, shed and log store are included in the sale.
Available under separation negotiation is the sofa bed.
Services: Mains electricity and water. Septic tank. Oil tank. Telephone, broadband and satellite. The Solar PV panels produce an income and savings of over £1500 per annum.
Council Tax: Band G
Entry: By mutual agreement.
Viewing: To arrange a viewing of this property please contact Emma Maclaren on 07850407884 or 01463 233218.
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