A rare opportunity to purchase a traditional and deceptively spacious, detached former croft house. The property is located in the popular Newtonhill area, a short commuting distance to Inverness City. This lovely cottage dates back to 1910 and is in good decorative order. The cottage has been extended to allow for additional living space, this added space consists of a family room with staircase leading to upper floor study with mezzanine area. The entrance porch leads into the open plan dining/kitchen area, with ample space for dining table and chairs and family living. There is a Rayburn stove for water, space heating and cooking purposes. The kitchen has double stainless steel sink, space for free standing white goods, open base storage units and shelving, a glazed external door leads to rear garden. The comfortable formal lounge benefits from having a multi fuel stove, in this room there is a walk in cupboard with wash basin. The family bathroom has an over bath shower attachment, wash basin and wc to complete the ground floor is the utility room with plumbing for washing machine. On the upper floor are two double bedrooms, bedroom one has a walk in wardrobe/box room. The bright and spacious bedrooms are double aspect and have ample space for free standing furniture. The property benefits for solid fuel partial central heating, some double glazing and solar panels to heat the water. There is a driveway to the front of the property with parking for several vehicles. The mature grounds extend to approximately 0.5 acre. The gardens are enclosed and have been well maintained, there are raised beds, areas used for growing vegetables and a variety of mature shrubs and trees. This lovely traditional home, in a desirable and peaceful rural location will appeal to anyone looking to live in a home full of character and charm with easy commute to Inverness and surrounding areas.
Location: The Newtonhill, Lentran area is located just off the main road between Inverness and Beauly. The location is approximately 6 miles west of Inverness and 6 miles from Beauly. Local amenities found in nearby Kirkhill Village include a community hall, a Friday community café, church, nursery and hairdressers. Primary schooling is available at the sought after Kirkhill Primary School. Secondary schooling is available at Charleston Academy in Inverness, to which there is a daily school bus. The location is ideal for walkers and cyclists alike, with many lovely walks and country routes nearby. There is a regular bus service between Inverness and Beauly. The Highland capital of Inverness is a short drive away and provides an extensive choice of shopping, leisure and recreational activities associated with city living. This property offers all the benefits of a rural living lifestyle with a short commuting distance from the city of Inverness.
Extras: All fitted floor coverings, fixtures, fittings including light fittings. Rayburn.
Services: Mains electricity and water. Septic tank. Telephone, broadband.
Council Tax: Band C
Viewing: To arrange a viewing of this property please contact Rhona Lamont on 07801 945640 or 01463 233218.
Entry: By mutual agreement.
3.56m x 4.41m
2.72m x 2.42m
3.34m x 4.57m
4.13m x 3.12m
1.92m x 2.00m
1.97m x 1.91m
3.30m x 4.37m
3.49m x 4.38m
Attic Room 1
5.41m x 3.45m
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