Fantastic development opportunity! This detached steading dates back to circa 19th Century and is situated in the semi-rural location of Dalcross within easy commuting distance of Inverness, Nairn and Dalcross airport. The former steading was extended and converted into its current accommodation in the 1970's and now provides a fantastic opportunity for anyone looking for a property with the potential for further development or for stables and a paddock. There is a generous lounge with feature fireplace and a large picture window overlooking the front garden. From here an archway leads into the formal dining room which has patio doors opening onto the side of the property. Adjacent is the kitchen/diner with space for a cooker, fridge/freezer, washing machine and a breakfast table. The property has 4 bedrooms, which all benefit from fitted storage. 3 are double sized rooms and 1 is a single. The recently upgraded bathroom has a bath and separate shower and there are also 2 separate WC's. Completing the accommodation is a sunroom overlooking the courtyard. There is oil fired central heating and a mixture of double and single glazed units. The boiler was replaced in 2017 along with new radiators and insulation. The property is built around a courtyard offering stables, two garages, a log store and a car-pit. There is also a large storage room/barn. The grounds extend to approximately 1.2 acres which previously had planning for 2 cottages. There are two fenced areas with potential for a paddock or further development subject to planning. The drive provides ample parking for multiple vehicles.
Overall, this property will appeal to the discerning buyer looking for a development opportunity with the potential to re-instate the stables and create a paddock for horses.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION ON DEVELOPMENT NEAR DALCROSS:
Location: The former Steading is set in the semi-rural location of Dalcross and is in close proximity to Dalcross Airport and the A96, allowing easy commuting to Inverness and Nairn. Inverness City enjoys excellent communications by road, rail and is served by an International airport. The prevalent Castle Stuart Golf Links is within one mile of the property. Inverness, the capital and main business and commercial centre of the Highlands, 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. Nairn's town centre, golden beaches and the Moray Firth are only a short drive away.
Directions: From Inverness take the A96 heading towards Nairn. Go past Norbord Europe on your left and when you reach Petty church on the left take a sharp left hand turning. Follow the single track road for 600m then turn immediately right after you pass the railway track. Continue on the road for a couple of minutes passing Woodend Cottage and Woodend House. The Steading is the last house at the end of the road on the left hand side.
Services: Mains electricity and water and private drainage to septic tank. Oil tank.
Extras: All fitted floor coverings, fixtures and fittings, including all light fittings. Window blinds, curtains and curtain poles.
Council Tax: Band F
Entry: By mutual agreement.
Viewing: To view this property please contact Emma Maclaren on 01463 233218 or 07850 407884.
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