Traditional stone built Victorian townhouse, just minutes' walk from Inverness city centre. This quirky three bedroom semi-detached villa dates back to circa 1900 and has well proportioned rooms. The ground floor has a contemporary white fitted kitchen with a Rangemaster, fridge/freezer and dishwasher which are all included in the sale. There is plenty of space for a dining table and 6 chairs. There is also a recently fitted WC on this level. The first floor offers a good size lounge with multi-fuel burning stove and bedroom 3, which benefits from double fitted wardrobes, but is currently being utilised as a family room. The top floor has 2 double bedrooms, box room and the family bathroom. The bathroom has a corner bath with a shower over. There is double glazing throughout and electric storage heating, which is supplemented by the multi-fuel burner in the lounge. The exterior has been freshly painted and there is a small, easily maintained garden to the front with a shed. This charming property, combined with its close proximity to the city centre, makes this the ideal purchase for young professionals or investors alike.
Location: The Crown area is one of the most desirable residential areas of Inverness, with a wide range of local amenities including newsagents, delicatessen, dentist, hairdresser and hotels. The property is in an ideal location for easy access into Inverness city centre, which is approximately a 2 minute walk. The city centre offers a full range of amenities including retail shops, bars, restaurants, supermarkets, post offices and rail and bus stations. Excellent schooling is available at Crown Primary School and nearby Millburn Academy. Inverness City enjoys excellent communications by road, rail and is served by an International airport - offering daily flights within the British Isles and regular summer flights to Europe, these options expanding all of the time. 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. A survey carried out by the University of Strathclyde recently rated the city fifth in the UK for quality of life. There is easy access to a wide variety of outdoor sports and activities.
Services: Mains electricity, water and drainage. Satellite, Telephone and Broadband.
Extras: All fitted floor coverings, fixtures and fittings, including all light fittings. Curtain poles and window blinds. Electric Rangemaster, extractor, fridge/freezer and dishwasher. Garden shed.
Council Tax: Band C
Entry: By mutual agreement.
Viewing: To arrange a viewing of this property please contact Karine MacRae on 07919 176787 or 01463 233218.
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