Keller Williams is delighted to offer a wonderful opportunity to purchase this very spacious, four-bedroom detached bungalow, located within a quiet cul-de-sac in Alness within easy reach of the town centre.
The accommodation is all one level and consists of:
• large lounge/diner
• breakfasting kitchen
• master bedroom with en-suite shower
• three additional bedrooms (all with fitted wardrobes)
• two bathrooms
• dining room
• utility room
• additional kitchen area
• family room (formerly main shop), would make a great gym, cinema or home office/work area
• could be easily split to provide a separate self-contained apartment in addition to a good-sized family home.
The property benefits from modern gas-fired central heating and double glazing.
The front of the property has a tarred driveway for vehicle parking with the enclosed, private rear garden also having vehicular access and is laid to a mix of paving and chippings for low maintenance.
Whilst this property would benefit from some upgrading it remains a very attractive prospect for a lovely family home with additional income potential.
The property is located in a popular residential area within Alness, a thriving small town which provides some of the most extensive shopping opportunities in Easter Ross. It is within easy reach of both Obsdale Primary School & Alness Academy.
The busy main thoroughfare is full of small family shops whilst also boasting 4 supermarkets within its boundary. This attractive town has won numerous national awards for its famous floral displays. Facilities such as library, medical centre, swimming pool & leisure centre are also located within the town.
Alness Golf Course presents a stiff challenge to any golfer with the world-famous links at Royal Dornoch, Nairn and Castle Stuart all less than an hours drive away.
Inverness is 20 miles away and there is a regular commuter train service to the city from Alness. The road journey to Inverness takes approximately 25-30 minutes via the nearby A9 trunk road. Inverness is also well connected by rail and air to other UK & overseas destinations.
The Scottish Highlands are a magnet to lovers of the outdoors with easy access to the all-year round sports of The Cairngorms National Park. The ruggedness of the Northwest Highlands, often referred to as the last great wilderness in Europe, is also accessible with this area boasting some of the most beautiful beaches and mountains in Scotland.