This deceptively spacious, three-bedroom, mid-terraced property is located in a quiet residential area of Invergordon, close to excellent facilities and within easy reach of the town centre. The property benefits from double glazing and gas fired central heating complemented by a gas fire in the lounge. In need of modernisation, once completed, this represents an ideal home for a first-time buyer or young family.
Viewing is highly recommended to fully appreciate the potential this property has to offer and convenient location.
The accommodation consists of: an entrance vestibule with coat hooks; inner hallway; a front facing lounge with a gas fire set on a tiled hearth providing a welcoming focal point; a spacious kitchen with a selection of base and wall mounted units, complementary worktops, space for cooker, fridge and washing machine, three large store cupboards, one housing the hot water tank and access to the rear porch; rear porch with access to the rear garden; bathroom comprising a three-piece suite in white with electric powered shower to bath. On the upper floor; landing giving access the attic which is partially floored with drop down ladder and large airing cupboard; three generous bedrooms, two with fitted storage.
The garden to the front of the property is laid to gravel for easy maintenance while the fully enclosed rear garden is mainly laid to lawn with a coal bunker. A driveway to the front of the property provides off-street parking. There is ample on-street parking available for both residents and visitors alike.
The town of Invergordon, which is within walking distance, offers an excellent range of facilities including supermarkets, Post Office, hotels, restaurants and a thriving High Street offering a good range of retail outlets. Education is provided at South Lodge Primary School and Invergordon Academy, both of which are within walking distance. Invergordon offers a challenging 18-hole golf course and the Royal Dornoch Championship Golf Course can be found just 20 miles north of Invergordon. The town is also a popular destination for cruise liners visiting Scotland. There is also a train station offering a service for both the North and South.
Inverness, the main business and commercial centre in the Highlands is within easy 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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Price: Offers Over £90,000
EPC Band: D