3 bedroom bungalow for salePeddieston, Cromarty, Ross-Shire
Under Offer £270,000
- Entrance hall
- 2 Reception rooms
- Master bedroom with en suite
- 2 Further bedrooms and famiky bathroom
- Triple garage
- Beautifully presented gardens
- Fantastic coastal views
The property is approached via a gated stone chipped driveway which leads to the side of the house and to several useful outbuildings one of which is the detached triple garage. The accommodation is entered through the front hallway which doubles as a sitting area and a place to enjoy the ever changing views. The broad hallway has a storage cupboard and a set of double doors lead to the large sitting room. This room has windows front and side, pleasant views and a feature brick fireplace with an inset wood burning stove. The sunroom to the side has been extended and with its five large windows, was designed to attract an abundance of natural light and take advantage of the view. There is a dining kitchen which comes with a range of modern wall and base storage units, oil fired Rayburn and a host of integrated appliances. A doorway from the kitchen gives access to a utility room which provides further storage and space for white goods and a cloakroom
The large Master bedroom is located at the end of the inner hallway and has excellent storage facilities as well as an en suite comprising bath, WC, wash hand basin, heated towel rail and walk in shower. There is a family bathroom and a further two double bedrooms.
Beech Croft is located in a wonderful position on the edge of Cromarty, poised on the tip of the Black Isle at the mouth of the Cromarty Firth and regarded as one of the Highlands' best preserved historic towns. The area is famed for its natural beauty and some of the nicest scenery in the region as well as its charming Victorian architecture and cultural activity. Cromarty is known for its annual film festival and being home to the smallest car ferry in the UK and purported to be one of the most perfect examples of an 18th century Scottish Sea Port. Other places of interest include Cromarty Courthouse, Hugh Miller's Cottage, maintained by the National Trust for Scotland, the idyllic harbour and Cromarty East Church. For outdoor enthusiasts there are a wealth of attractions and activities and an abundance of wildlife, including the bottlenose dolphins, nature reserves, watersports, fishing, cycling routes and hillwalking. Cromarty is well catered for with a primary school, library, shops, hotel and pub. Inverness provides a range of retail parks and supermarkets as well as many cultural and medical facilities expected of the Highland Capital. Inverness Airport has regular daily flights to London, Amsterdam and other UK destinations.
The house is set within around an acre of beautifully presented grounds which include rolling lawns, and a colourful array of plants, shrubs and trees. There are a host of useful outbuildings which include a triple garage, wood store, lean to green house and a workshop.
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