Keller Williams are delighted to offer a wonderful opportunity to purchase this very appealing four/five-bedroom detached house situated in a quiet cul-de-sac, a short walk from the centre of Dingwall. The property has recently been extended and improved to provide a contemporary family home close to all local amenities.
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The property has been built over two levels with the lower floor consisting of hallway, lounge with multi-fuel stove, dining room (formerly a bedroom with fitted wardrobes, music room (formerly a bedroom with fitted wardrobes), kitchen (fitted in 2018) and bathroom with shower over bath. The first floor was added in 2016 providing three upper bedrooms all with fitted storage (master bedroom has en-suite shower, basin & WC). The property benefits from double-glazing, hard-wired smoke alarms throughout and gas-fired central heating.
The front garden is laid mainly to lawn offset with mature shrubs with a newly tarred driveway leading to the garage. The low-maintenance rear garden is laid to lawn with vegetable garden and greenhouse. A timber garden shed is also included in the sale.
This property makes a comfortable and attractive family home.
EPC Rating - C
The property is located in a quiet development near the centre of Dingwall, the County town of Ross-shire, and is less than 25-minutes' drive to the City of Inverness (14 miles).
This popular residential area offers easy access to all local amenities including a large variety of shops, bank, restaurants, supermarkets, library, and railway station (with regular commuter services to Inverness). Dingwall Primary School and the modern Dingwall Academy are both a short walk away.
Nearby Inverness provides a range of retail parks along with excellent cultural, educational, entertainment and medical facilities. Inverness is well connected by road, rail and air to other UK & overseas destinations.
The Scottish Highlands present a unique attraction to lovers of outdoor pursuits with easy access to some of the most beautiful beaches and mountains in Scotland including the iconic Cairngorms National Park and the ruggedness of the North-West Highlands, often referred to as the last great wilderness in Europe.
Golfers have a choice of local courses at Strathpeffer & Muir of Ord with internationally famous courses of Royal Dornoch, Nairn and Castle Stuart all within an hour's drive away.