Hallway, family room/bedroom 1, lounge, open plan kitchen/dining room, conservatory. First floor - bathroom, firstf floor landing, utility cupboard, 2 further bedrooms and box room.
Charming traditional stone-built one and a half storey 3 bedroom dwellinghouse, with two storey rear extension, situated in a sought after area, within walking distance of the City of Inverness. The property is well presented throughout and benefits from spacious living accommodation to include an open plan kitchen/dining room and conservatory. There is a secluded rear garden and patio area, ideal for al fresco dining and entertaining.
Central Primary School is next door and Inverness High School is within walking distance. Planefield Bowling Club is opposite.
The property is conveniently located for beautiful riverside walks, Eden Court Theatre and restaurants. Inverness offers an extensive range of retail, leisure and business facilities and benefits from excellent transport links by road, rail and air, with Inverness Airport offering national and international flights.
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Hallway 1.75m x 3.08m (5’8” x 10’1”)
The double glazed front door opens into the spacious hallway with doors to lounge, family room/bedroom 1, kitchen and staircase to first floor. Cupboard housing electric meter. Under stairs cupboard. Coat hooks. Tel. point. Reclaimed floorboards.
Family room/bedroom 1 3.66m x 3.85m (12’ x 12’7”)
Window to front. Electric fire. Recessed shelves. T.V. point. Reclaimed floorboards.
Lounge 3.84m x 3.63m (12’7” x 11’11”)
Window to front. Tiled fireplace with gas fire. Door to dining room. T.V. point. Tel. point. Reclaimed floorboards.
Open plan kitchen/dining room
Kitchen 2.69m x 3.18m (8’10” x 10’5”)
Window to rear. Entrance to dining room and doors to hallway and conservatory. Wall and base units with oak worktop and stainless steel 1 1/2 bowl sink with left hand drainer. Free standing electric cooker. Worcester combi boiler. Plumbed for dishwasher. Recessed shelves. Breakfast bar. T.V. point. Ceramic floor tiles.
Dining room 4.06m x 3.11m (13’3” x 10’2”)
Window to rear. Door to family room/bedroom 1. Feature tiled fireplace. Fridge/freezer. Built-in wall cupboard. Laminate flooring.
Conservatory 2.06m x 3.26m (6’9” x 10’8”)
Windows to side and door to rear. Tel. point. Vinyl flooring.
The dog-leg staircase to the first floor leads first to half landing and bathroom.
Bathroom 2.65m x 2.06m (8’8” x 6’9”)
Window to rear. White WC and wash hand basin set in vanity unit. Tiling above wash hand basin and partially tiled wall with mirror and shaver light and socket above. Bath with mains shower above and shower screen with wet wall around bath area. Towel radiator. Towel rail. Vinyl flooring.
First floor landing
Doors to two bedrooms and opening to box room. Smoke alarm. Hatch to roof space.
Utility cupboard 1.01m x 1.64m (3’3” x 5’4”)
Plumbed in washing machine. Shelves. Carpet.
Bedroom 2 3.66m x 3.88m (12’ x 12’8”)
Window to front. Coombed ceiling. Tel. point. Carpet.
Box room 1.76m x 1.31m (5’9” x 4’3”)
Velux window to front. Carpet.
Bedroom 3 3.66m x 3.88m (12’ x 12’8”)
Window to front. Tiled fireplace. Coombed ceiling. Reclaimed floor boards.
Heating and glazing
Gas central heating and double glazing
All blinds, cooker, fridge/freezer and light fittings (with the exception of the dining room) are included in the sale price.
EPC Rating: E
Council Tax: Band E
Mains electricity, gas, water and drainage.
Large garden shed with shelves. Lean to shed.
The low maintenance front garden is enclosed with a wall and wrought iron railings with gates to front and to the side.
The side garden has a paved area and a lean to shed and provides access to the rear garden.
The secluded rear garden has an array of mature shrubs and trees with a lawn area. There is also a patio area outside the conservatory.
Understood to currently be Band E. 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: E
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