- Property Type House
- Gas is currently supplied to the property
- The property has a Private Garden listed available as outdoor spaces
- The property has Permit Parking listed as available parking
The accommodation is constructed over two levels and consists of:
GROUND FLOOR (all dimension approximate)
. Lounge - 6.12 x 3.88m
. Kitchen/ Dining Room - 6.12 x 2.72m
. Shower-room - 2.60 x 1.95m
. Bedroom 1 - 4.18 x 3.90m
. Bedroom 2 - 4.18 x 3.50m
. Upper Landing
The dining area was previously the 3rd bedroom and could be reconfigured back to this use if required. There is also the additional option of extending the kitchen into the carport area subject to obtaining the relevant panning permissions.
The property benefits from a gas-fired central heating and double glazing.
The front garden has a tarred driveway offset by lawn with mature shrub border and leading to the carport. A decked area is accessed through patio doors from the lounge.
The landscaped and easily-maintained rear-garden is laid to a mix of lawn and block to provide many varied outdoor lifestyle possibilities and allows the property a large degree of privacy.
This appealing property would make a great family home.
This lovely home is located in the popular Culcabock residential area, just over a mile from the centre of Inverness. It is within a short walking distance of Raigmore Hospital, Police Headquarters, Inshes Retail Park, Bannatyne's Gym, the University of the Highlands & Islands' campus, Inverness Golf Club and Beechwood Business Park.
The property is also close the local primary school and within the catchment area for the highly regarded Millburn Academy. It is also well-served by excellent local bus services to most parts of the city.
Inverness itself provides all the attractions and facilities one would expect to find in a thriving city environment and is acknowledged to be one of the fastest growing cities in Europe. The Highland capital provides excellent retail, cultural, educational, entertainment and medical facilities. Inverness is well connected by road, rail and air to other UK & 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 ruggedness of the northwest Highlands, often referred to as the last great wilderness in Europe are also accessible with this area boasting some of the most beautiful beaches and mountains in Scotland. Golfers are also well catered for with some of the most internationally famous iconic courses such as Nairn, Royal Dornoch and Castle Stuart all within an hour's drive away.'
Council tax band: NotSet