5 bedroom detached house for sale

Cromarty View, Nairn

Offers Over £575,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Coastal property
  • Entrance hall
  • 2 Reception rooms and study
  • En suite master bedroom
  • 3 Further bedrooms and family bathroom
  • Self-contained flat
  • Double garage and workshop
  • Beautiful landscaped gardens

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

4 Cromarty View is an outstanding property, situated at the top of this much admired cul de sac and overlooking the beautiful coastline and clear waters of the Moray Firth. This is a fantastic opportunity to acquire a delightful spacious family home in a rarely available and exceptional location at the far West End of Nairn.

The property was individually designed and built in the 1990’s by Tullochs of Cummingston. It’s elevated position and considered design provide for expansive views over the delightful gardens to the West Beach and across the Moray Firth to Ben Wyvis.

Access is via the entrance vestibule leading into an impressive split -level reception hall flooded with natural light. A staircase leads upstairs to a magnificent and sunny sitting room with views over the garden and beyond to the gorgeous expanse of open beach. French doors lead to an L shaped wrap around balcony – the perfect place to unwind and enjoy the stunning coastal sunsets. There is a home office/study located off the sitting room. A very extensive floored attic may be easily accessed from the office.

From the reception hall, the staircase also leads downstairs to a bright and airy dual aspect dining room with French doors opening directly onto the patio area and garden. The large fitted kitchen has a pleasing outlook and access to the garden via a porch, and a separate utility area. The main living accommodation provides a master bedroom with a spacious en suite shower room, 3 further bedrooms, and a family bathroom.

In addition, the house contains a single level, self-contained and generously proportioned “granny flat”, also with lovely views. The flat is accessed by a lockable door from the main house or via it’s own private external door. The attractive accommodation comprises a pleasant sitting room with French doors onto a private balcony, fully fitted kitchen, double bedroom and en-suite bathroom. These additional rooms could suit a variety of uses depending on the buyer’s requirements.

From the hallway of the main house, a door leads to the integral garage and workshop. This is a fantastic space, the combined size of two large double garages, with a single and a double “up and over” wooden doors giving easy access. The workshop area is equipped with a sturdy full length workbench and shelves, window, power, electricity, running water and a door leading onto the paved yard to the rear.

EPC - D.

This is a very attractive property enjoying a favoured position at the far West End of Nairn, in a small private estate of 9 houses adjoining the Nairn Golf Club. It offers a fabulous lifestyle in an unspoilt and beautiful area, yet with convenient access to Inverness Airport and daily transport links. Known for it’s dry and sunny climate, Nairn is a much loved Victorian town and holiday destination with award winning sandy beaches and extensive natural coastline. The long summer sunsets over the Moray Firth are paricularly impressive and the resident pod of bottlehnose dolphins are frequently spotted. Magnificent coastal walking is available directly from the property for 10 miles or more in either direction. The Golf View Hotel, a few minutes walk from the property, offers a leisure club with gym, attractive indoor swimming pool and outdoor spa bath all overlooking the Firth. Nairn has a good range of shops and professional services as well as a vibrant community supporting a theatre, museum, art gallery, film club, community centre, and local schools. Gordonstoun School also gives families the choice of independent education (22 miles away, day or flexi-boarding). Nairn Book and Arts Festival is a focus for local cultural activity. The sports centre, tennis courts, leisure centre, swimming pool, football and cricket pitches cater for sports and leisure. Nairn harbour is home to a yacht marina and active sailing and canoe clubs. The pristine coast is ideal for kite surfing and windsurfing and invites exploration by paddleboard or sea kayak. In addition, Nairn boasts two championship golf courses. Golf is also conveniently available at Royal Dornoch, Spey Valley and 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 is nearby. Aviemore and the ski slopes of Cairngorm Mountain are less than an hour’s drive away, with an additional ski centre at the Lecht. The Cairngorms National Park is famous for climbing, walking, biking and ski touring.

Inverness, the Highland Capital, is 14 miles away with the new campus of the University of the Highalnd and Islands, a superb arts, music and drama scene at Eden Court Theatre, regional sporting facilities, medical facilities, museum, as well as shopping and entertainments.

Inverness Airport, 6 miles away, has regular daily flights to London, Manchester, Birmingham, Bristol and other UK and European destinations.

4 Cromarty View is a property truly at one with its surroundings, set in beautiful and mature landscaped grounds leading down to a large communal, natural pond which is a haven for wildlife. It is bordered by a stone wall and trees along the north east boundary, and so enjoys the proximity to the sea whilst being sheltered from the breeze. There are lawned areas within the garden to relax and enjoy the idyllic surroundings with the sound of gentle waves in the background. A large paved back yard is a suntrap in the morning, with a kid’s play house and good sized timber shed as well as a gravelled sitting out area. A timber framed greenhouse completes the garden facilities. The lock block driveway gives abundant parking.


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Nearest station

  • Nairn (0.9 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Strutt & Parker, Inverness

The Courier Building, 9-11 Bank Lane, Inverness, IV1 1WA

01463 568033 Local call rate

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