6 bedroom house for saleCawdor, Nairn, Highland, IV12
Sold STC £390,000
- One mile of two rod single bank fishing on the River Nairn
- Superb family home with the potential to create a granny flat or self-catering unit
- Six bedrooms and three bathrooms
Extremely spacious granite built country house set in 4 acres including garden grounds, amenity land and paddock
Rosevalley House is a traditional country house retaining many of its original features, it is now a very comfortable family home. The layout of the property offers the potential to create two self-contained living areas to accommodate relatives and friends or as possible self-catering units. The property is mainly double glazed with some secondary glazing.
The tarmac driveway leads to a gravelled area with ample parking at the front of the house. From the driveway double doors open to the conservatory which is fully glazed to half height and has a practical quarry tiled floor. Half glazed doors lead to the main hallway.
The main hall has doors leading to the dining room, lounge and rear hall. To the left is a spacious lounge with dual aspect windows overlooking the front and side gardens. There is a central feature of an open fire on a tiled hearth. To the opposite side of the hall lies the dining room which in turn leads to the rear hall from where access can be gained to the study/bedroom 5, the sun lounge and kitchen and utility areas.
The study/bedroom 5 overlooks the gardens and has a separate room alongside which opens up the possibility of creating a studio apartment. There is a bathroom with a three piece suite in white with mains shower over the bath.
From the rear hall double doors open to a sun room which is again glazed to half height. Doors lead to the rear garden.
The kitchen which sits next to the dining room has a range of floor and wall units in pine with tiling to the upstands. There is space for a cooker and plumbing for a dishwasher. Across the hall is a useful walk in pantry.
At the end of the hall is the utility area where you can find a utility room, store and boiler room. There is also a self-contained unit which benefits from a living room, shower room (ideal for washing off after fishing) and small kitchen. Stairs lead to a double bedroom.
A hardwood door leads from the hall to the side garden.
Returning to the main hall a staircase rises to the first floor landing which has two useful storage cupboards and doors to bedrooms 1 and 2 and the bathroom.
Both bedrooms are light and spacious. Bedroom 1 has dual aspect windows enjoying rural and garden views and has an en-suite shower room which is fully tiled. Bedroom 2 again has dual aspect windows with rural and woodland views and has a wash hand basin.
The bathroom has a coloured three piece suite and an electric shower over the bath.
From the landing a further staircase leads to the second floor and bedrooms 3 and 4. Both are double rooms and enjoy extensive rural views. Both have built in wardrobes and bedroom three has access to a good sized eaves store and also has a wash hand basin.
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