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4 bedroom bungalow for sale

Regoul, Nairn

Offers Over £295,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Entrance Hall
  • 2 Reception rooms
  • Kitchen
  • Master bedroom with en suite
  • 3 Further bedrooms and family bathroom
  • Summer house (lined, insulated & carpeted)
  • Garage
  • Workshop
  • Beautifully maintained gardens

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

A charming detached bungalow originally built in 1983 and successfully extended and modernised in 1993 to provide flexible living space. Tralaig enjoys a tranquil position, due south of Nairn, with lovely views over open fields to the hills beyond. Situated in a peaceful rural hamlet, with attractive walks through neighbouring farmland and woods, the property is ideally placed for anyone working in Nairn, Inverness or surrounding areas.

The property is entered via the vestibule leading to the hallway. There is a well proportioned dining room with a large picture window flooding the room with natural light. A feature is the open fireplace below a splendid wooden surround with a pronounced Scottish theme. A door leads into the spacious dining kitchen which has plenty of room for a dining table and chairs as well as a comprehensive range of wall and base storage units, Aga Rangemaster with 3 ovens and a grill. From the kitchen is a door leading to the back garden. There are a total of four bedrooms including a master en suite and a modern and upgraded family bathroom. The sitting room overlooks the garden and has a relaxing atmosphere and features include a fireplace with inset living flame fire and a sliding patio door accessing the beautiful rear gardens. The utility room provides great storage, circular stainless steel sink, shelving and space for white goods.

EPC Rating - D

Tralaig is located in the small rural hamlet of Regoul, (which means 'the place of the king'...for Pictish kings lived at Castle Finlay some 200 yards away in the forest) just outside Cawdor. At Cawdor, as well as the famous castle, there is a local village store and new primary school, served by school buses that pass through the village. There is also a bowling club, church and a community centre. Cawdor is quietly situated within a short distance of Nairn town centre, known for its dry and sunny climate. Nairn is a vibrant Victorian town and a popular holiday destination. It has a good range of shops and professional services as well as a museum and excellent restaurants. The town also has a sports centre, swimming pool, riding centre and cricket pitch. The harbour is home to a small fishing fleet, marina and sailing club. In addition to the two Nairn championship golf courses, golf is also conveniently available at Royal Dornoch, Spey Valley and the Castle Stuart Golf Links. There is salmon fishing on the Rivers Nairn, Findhorn and Spey and shooting is readily available on local estates. The beautiful Spey Valley with its Whisky Trail and the ski slopes at the Cairngorms and the Lecht are all within easy driving distance. Inverness, which is 14 miles away, provides a range of retail parks and supermarkets as well as many entertainment, cultural and medical facilities expected of the Highland Capital. Inverness Airport has regular daily flights to London, Manchester, Birmingham, Bristol and other UK destinations. The Aberdeen to Inverness railway line stops at Nairn and there are regular services (including sleepers) from Aberdeen and Inverness to the South.

The gardens and grounds are an undoubted feature of Tralaig. To the front there is a large stone chipped parking area which leads to a detached single garage. The garage has power and lighting as does the separate workshop which is situated at the rear of the garage. Within the gardens there is a fully lined, insulated and carpeted summer house which offers round the clock heating. Currently it is used as a library/music room but it has a number of other potential uses such as office or studio. Adjacent to the summer house is a small tool shed for garden implements.

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Added on Rightmove:
24 May 2015

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