Built around 1870, this property has been modernised and extended to create an ideal first-time-buy or investment opportunity.
KW Evolve is delighted to offer an exciting opportunity to purchase this attractive two/three-bedroom lower apartment with own door entrance situated in the centre of the Royal Burgh of Tain.
This accommodation consists of hallway (with deep cupboard), lounge with open-fire and access to upper room, fitted breakfasting kitchen with ample units & cupboards (space for cooker, washing machine, dishwasher & fridge), two bedrooms and family bathroom with shower over the bath. In addition, the upper floor consists of a playroom area which could also be used as an office/workshop/additional bedroom.
The property benefits from modern electric wall heaters, double glazing and has been redecorated through-out with the ground floor extensively re-carpeted.
The garden to the rear is laid mainly to grass and is accessed either from the hallway or via the vennel to the side.
This lovely property provides an excellent prospect to get a foot on the property ladder or alternatively a chance to start or add to an investment portfolio.
This attractive property is located in the centre of Tain, Scotlands oldest Royal Burgh. Tain is well served by several national supermarkets but unusually still retains many small family businesses around the High Street. A modern health centre has just been opened nearby with Knockbreck Primary School and Tain Royal Academy, a short walk away.
A regular commuter train links Tain with Inverness. The drive to Inverness normally takes less than 40 minutes via the nearby A9 trunk road.
Inverness, the capital of The Highlands, provides all the attractions and facilities one would expect to find in a thriving city environment.
Acknowledged to be one of the fastest growing cities in Europe, the city 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 and overseas destinations.
The Scottish Highlands are renowned for its outdoor pursuits with easy access from Inverness to the year-round sports playground of The Cairngorm National Park. The easily accessible North-West Highlands is often referred to as the last great wilderness in Europe and the area boasts some of the most beautiful beaches and mountains in Scotland.
Tain Golf Course, designed by Old Tom Morris, presents a stiff challenge for golfers with the world famous links at Royal Dornoch a short drive away. Tain is also the home of the 16 Men of Tain from the world famous Glenmorangie Distillery.