Situated in the popular seaboard village of Inver, this charming cottage, which is circa 100 years old, has been lovingly restored and extended to create a deceptively generous family home.
The property benefits from oil fired central heating, a large family kitchen, private rear courtyard, garden, fiber broadband and private off-street parking.
With ample storage and well proportioned accommodation this cottage represents an ideal home for someone looking for a tranquil village lifestyle with near by City facilities as the Royal Burgh of Tain is close by and Inverness City and Airport are also within easy commuting distance.
The accommodation which is laid out over one floor consists of, a hallway with large store cupboard; a front facing lounge with deep window ledge, wall mounted TV bracket and multi fuel stove providing a welcoming focal point; a generous kitchen/diner with a good selection of base and wall mounted units, complementary worktop and splashback, electric hob, eye level oven, fridge/freezer, space for dishwasher and washing machine and door giving access to the rear courtyard; three good sized bedrooms, two with fitted storage; shower room comprising a WC, wash hand basin and mains fed shower; bathroom comprising a three piece suite in white.
The fully enclosed courtyard to the rear of the property is laid to gravel while the private garden area, directly across from the property, is also fully enclosed and mainly laid to grass with a wooden store shed. A driveway provides ample off-street parking and leads to the garage with light, power, work bench and electric roller door.
Facilities in the village of Inver include the Award winning Inver Inn, a Primary School. Community Hall offering a range of activites and functions, Osprey Park, football pitch and active amatuer football Team, Inver FC. Secondary age pupils would attend Tain Royal Academy. The area is also a popular tourist destination with a variety of outdoor activities available close by along with some stunning beaches. The popular village of Portmahomack is approx 4 miles away and offers a good range of amenities including a general store, Post office restaurant, caf, golf course and craft shop. The Royal Burgh of Tain is approx 5 miles away and offers excellent facilities, including supermarkets, Banks, GP Surgeries, Dental Practices, cafes, restaurants and thriving High Street offering a good range of retail outlets. There are regular train and bus services from Tain to Inverness City.
Inverness City, the main business and commercial centre in the Highlands is within 45 mins commuting distance and offers extensive shopping, leisure and entertainment facilities along with excellent road, rail and air links to the South and beyond.
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