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4 bedroom detached house for sale
Tombain is a charming period property which has been lovingly upgraded and enhanced by the current owners to create a beautiful home truly at one with its surroundings located within the Cairngorms National Park. The property is situated in a much admired position and occupies an elevated aspect with stunning views over the idyllic countryside and beyond. Approached by a gated driveway there is ample space for several vehicles. Entrance to Tombain is via an entrance hallway which leads to a large inviting dining room with several features including stone wall, archway and slate flooring. There is a large conservatory off the dining room where one can enjoy stunning open views of the Braes of Castle Grant and beyond. The kitchen comes with a range of wall and base storage units with co-ordinating work surfaces and tiling and leads to a rear vestibule and a convenient storage area and wc/cloakroom. The lounge is an inviting room facing the front with lovely open aspects and includes timber panelling, cast iron open fire and timber mantle. There is a master bedroom which comes with an en suite shower room. A staircase leads from outside the master bedroom to a large attic room.
On the upper level there is a broad landing leading to 2 well-proportioned bedrooms and a family bathroom complete with a 3 piece suite comprising wc, wash hand basin and corner shower.
Tombain could hardly be better placed for those who enjoy the outdoors. There are almost limitless opportunities for hill-walking and mountain biking in the Cairngorms National Park and the area is a haven for wildlife with red deer, red squirrels and golden eagles among the animals that inhabit the area. For sporting enthusiasts, grouse shooting, deer stalking and salmon fishing are all widely available. The Strathspey Angling Association leases approximately six miles of double bank salmon and sea-trout fishing on the River Spey and twelve miles of double bank fishing on the River Dulnain. There are also popular golf courses at Grantown-on-Spey, Nethy Bridge, Boat of Garten and Aviemore. The Cairngorm Ski Area is approximately 30 minutes away and sailing, kayaking and windsurfing are available on nearby Lochs Morlich and Insh. A short distance north, the Morayshire coastline has a string of beautiful beaches and historic fishing villages. Grantown-on-Spey is a fine example of Georgian town planning and is situated on the edge of the Cairngorms National Park. Grantown has a range of individual shops and services, including hotels, restaurants, banks, a cottage hospital, a surgery and a petrol station. There are daily train services to Inverness and the south from Aviemore, and Inverness Airport provides a variety of domestic and European flights.
Gated driveway leading to a stone chipped parking area. The garden grounds are laid mainly to lawn with a variety of mature trees and shrubs. There is a summer house and stone outbuilding.