Offers in the Region of £565,000
All fitted kitchen appliances (with the exception of the gas range), all fitted floor coverings, curtains and light fittings are included in the sale price.
By Mutual Agreement
For an appointment to view please telephone Harper Macleod LLP on 01463 795 006
Lounge, Dining Room, Kitchen, Sitting room, Family Room, 11 Bedrooms (4 en-suite), 2 Dressing Rooms, Laundry Room, Study, 3 Bathrooms, 4 WC's, Shower Room, Boiler Room and Store Room.
This stunning property was built in 1901 and is located in the Victorian Spa Village of Strathpeffer.This superior property is steeped in history with many pleasing features such as deep skirtings, period fireplaces in many rooms and cornicing throughout. This property is a splendid example of a period home. It would also make an ideal Bed & Breakfast/ Boutique Hotel. Viewing of this outstanding home is highly recommended. All main rooms benefit from connection to a central Satellite TV system. The sellers have installed an Eco central heating system which is an efficient heating system fired by a wood pellet Ling boiler hopper fed automatically from an adjacent bulk store. The temperature is controlled by an internal wireless controller. The boiler also provides domestic hot water, the temperature of which can be set to any desired setting.
Located 5 miles from the town of Dingwall, Strathpeffer offers local amenities such as a grocer shop, chemist, hotels, 18 hole golf course and Primary School. Secondary schooling is available at Dingwall Academy. In the heart of the village there is a pavilion that has been restored to its former glory and provides an attractive focal point to the village. There is also a Victorian railway station which has been tastefully developed into craft shops, a museum and tea rooms. The City of Inverness is only approximately 20 miles away and offers and extensive range of retail, business and leisure facilities. Inverness Airport is approximately 9 miles from the city and offers daily flights to UK and European destinations.
Sweeping driveway with ample parking leads to the front of the house. The gardens extend to approximately 1.5 acres and are mainly laid to grass. The gardens are also planted with mature trees and shrubs that ensure privacy from the road and neighbouring properties. To the front of the property there is a veranda with seating area. To the side of the property is a patio area that enjoys spectacular views across the countryside.
A boiler room housing the Ling boiler, Megaflow instant hot water boiler and store and tool shed are situated to the rear of the property
Understood to currently be Band G. Prospective purchasers should however contact The Highland Council directly for confirmation. Details of Council Tax rates can be found on The Highland Council website.
Energy Efficiency Rating: G
From Inverness take the A9 North to Dingwall. On entering Dingwall proceed until second set of traffic lights and turn left (signposted Strathpeffer). Continue along this road for 5 miles until you enter Strathpeffer. Proceed through Strathpeffer turning right onto Golf Course Road (opposite Pavilion and signposted for Golf Course). Continue up the hill where you will find Dunraven Lodge situated on the right.
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Important Information for Prospective Purchasers
This schedule is intended only to help you decide whether to view the property. We always recommend you view the property personally.
The information is believed to be correct, but it is not warranted and is not to form part of any contract of sale. All dates, distances, areas and room sizes noted are approximate and for use as a general guide only. Prospective purchasers should satisfy themselves as to the working condition or otherwise of any equipment such as central heating or kitchen appliances.
This schedule should not be taken as a comment on the condition of the property. This is a matter for your surveyor and we recommend that once you have found a property you are interested in, you obtain a survey report. We can provide details of surveyors if required.
Interested parties are advised to note their interest through their solicitor as soon as possible so that they can be informed if a closing date is fixed. Noting interest does not place any obligation on the seller to set a closing date or to give any noted interests the opportunity to offer. Whilst every effort will be made to advise noted interests of any closing date set, this cannot be guaranteed.
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Susan Breen was excellent returning my calls promptly and provided clear concise clarifications, the latter greatly assisted us liaising between our English solicitor dealing with our sale in Bristol and the purchase in Scotland. This all contributed to a seamless completion day and date of entry.