4 bedroom detached villa for saleHalladale, Bishopfield Road, Dornoch, Sutherland, IV25 3LJ
Offers Over £475,000
- SOUTH FACING ELEVATED POSITION
- PANORAMIC VIEWS
- BUILT IN ARTS AND CRAFTS STYLE REFLECTED IN DETAILING AND FINISH THROUGHOUT
- ORIGINAL DOORS, SKIRTINGS, PICTURE RAILS, WALL MOUNTED BELL RING SYSTEM
- OPEN FIRES IN ALL ROOMS
- OIL FIRED CENTRAL HEATING
- RAYBURN COOKER WHICH SUPPLIES THE WATER AND HEATING
- EXTENSIVE GARDEN GROUND
HALLADALE, BISHOPFIELD ROAD, DORNOCH, SUTHERLAND
Peace and tranquillity are the unique characteristics of this substantial and distinctive property. Set in approximately 0.7 of an acre of garden ground and mature woodland, close to the centre of Dornoch, Halladale is a short walk to the Clubhouse, award-winning beach and historic town centre. This attractive family home was built in 1912 and enjoys an elevated south facing position with panoramic views from many of the first floor rooms. The property was built in Arts and Crafts style reflected in the detailing and finish throughout, retaining many original features including original fireplaces in all rooms, baltic pine woodwork throughout, original doors and deep skirtings, ornate corniced ceilings, picture rails, wall mounted bell ring system and wood panelling in many of the rooms. The main living accommodation is set on the ground floor. On the first floor, are four spacious bedrooms with master enjoying a large en-suite shower room and family bathroom. In addition to the open fires, the property benefits from an oil fired Rayburn cooker in the kitchen which supplies the water and heating and oil fired central heating. Prospective buyers seeking a traditional family home will be impressed with the generous room sizes and extensive garden grounds. The property is accessed via a roadway off Bishopfield Road which leads to a driveway to the property providing ample parking for several vehicles. Viewing is highly recommended.
Halladale enjoys a pleasant central location in the Royal Burgh of Dornoch. The property is well positioned to enjoy the recreational and sporting facilities on offer, most notably the Royal Dornoch Golf Club, ranked amongst the top courses in the world. Dornoch also provides a wide range of amenities including a variety of shops, hotels, service businesses, medical centre and a branch of the Bank of Scotland. Education facilities include play group, nursery, primary and secondary schools.
Entrance through double doors lead into a small porch. Part glazed wood door into:
This impressive, extremely spacious, hallway allows access to all main ground floor rooms. An attractive curved baltic pine staircase leads to the first floor. Door into coat cupboard with hanging hooks, shelving, window and light. Feature tiled fireplace with carved wood surround. Further door into a shelved storage cupboard. Dado rail. Picture rail. Corniced ceiling. Two radiators. Carpet. Ceiling lights.
DINING ROOM: 3.81m x 3.43m (12`6" x 11`2")
This substantial room is an impressive area for entertaining. Double aspect. Original wood surrounds and panelling. Ornate cornicing. Original tiled fireplace with decorative wooden surround. Two recessed display cabinets with opaque glass leaded panes. Radiator. Dado rail. Picture rail.
CLOAKROOM: 3.23m x 1.62m (10`9" x 5`3")
Comprising WC and wash hand basin. Tiled splashback. Side facing opaque window with deep sill. Built-in cupboard. Radiator. Wall light.
DRAWING ROOM: 5.65m x 5.18m (18`7" x 17`)
This elegant room enjoys a west facing bay window allowing views over to the cathedral. Tiled fireplace with carved wood surround provides an attractive focal point. Feature built-in arched alcoves with glass display units under. Carpet. Radiator.
SITTING ROOM: 5.38m x 4.14m (17`8 x 13`8") excluding alcove
Inviting double aspect room with feature side facing bay window allowing plenty of natural light to enter. Tiled fireplace with baltic pine surround provides an attractive focal point. Two built-in arched display units with opaque glass leaded panes and cupboards under. Carpet. Radiator. Picture rail. Corniced ceiling. Wall lights. Alcove. Doors lead to conservatory, scullery and entrance hall.
CONSERVATORY: 3.16m x 2.73m (10`2 x 8`10")
Glazed on three sides. Original ceramic tiled flooring. External door leads out to garden. Built-in plant shelving.
KITCHEN: 3.74m x 3.37m (12'3" x 11`)
Double aspect room comprising electric ceramic hob and oil fired Rayburn cooker which heats the water and also the central heating. Built-in corner unit and base units. Door into shelved larder cupboard. Deep sills. Radiator. Vinyl flooring. Recessed lighting over eating area. Spots on track. Door through to:
SCULLERY: 2.68m x 1.36m (8`9" x 4`5")
The Scullery can be accessed from the sitting room and the kitchen and comprises base units incorporating a double sink and drainer with mixer tap. Work surface. Front facing window. Plumbed for dishwasher. Vinyl flooring.
REAR VESTIBULE: 1.94m x 1.05m (6`8" x 3`5")
Side facing window. Vinyl flooring. Door into inner hall.
INNER HALL: 2.75m x 0.97m (9' x 3'1")
Access is given to rear vestibule, utility room, kitchen and reception hall. Door into deep storage cupboard. Wall mounted electric meter and fuse box. Vinyl flooring.
Base units incorporating a circular sink with mixer tap. Work surface. Door into large walk-in larder cupboard with shelving and light. Plumbed for washing machine. Side facing window. Vinyl flooring.
Rear facing window. Tiled fireplace with wood surround. Door into storage cupboard. Wall lights. Wood recess with shelving. Radiator. Carpet. Door into study.
STUDY: 3.04m x 2.20m (9`11 x 7`3")
Side facing window. Walls partially lined with Oregon pine panelling. Carpet. Wall mounted electric heater. Radiator. Door into:
SHOWER ROOM: 2.20m x 1.10m (7`2" x 3`6")
Comprising WC and wash hand basin set in a base unit. Two windows. Walls partially lined with pine panelling. Wall mounted electric heater.
Spacious staircase and landing with elegant baltic pine banister. Striking stained glass window. Access to all 4 bedrooms, family bathroom and linen room. Two radiators.
LINEN ROOM: 2.69m x 2.60m (8`9" x 8`3")
Housing the mega flo mains pressure hot water cylinder and fitted with extensive slatted shelving. Skylight.
MASTER BEDROOM: 5.94m x 5.22m (19`6" x 17`2")
Delightful, bright and spacious room with feature side facing bay window enjoying views across to the Struie hills. Door to wardrobe with hanging rail and shelving. Original tiled fireplace with baltic wood surround. Radiator. Carpet. Door to en-suite.
EN-SUITE: 3.66m x 2.42 (11`9" x 7`11")
Extremely spacious en-suite comprising WC, built-in wash hand basin with cupboard under. Fully tiled shower cubicle with fitted electric Mira shower unit. Fireplace with baltic pine surround. Mirror and light. Dimplex down flow heater. Carpet.
BEDROOM 2: 5.40m x 4.16m (17`10" x 13`8")
Spacious and bright room with double aspect. Steps lead up to a seating area enjoying views across to the cathedral. Door into wardrobe. Two radiators. Carpet.
BEDROOM 3: 4.78m x 4.19m (15`9" x 13`9")
Another extremely generous and bright room with double aspect. Two radiators. Carpet. Door into wardrobe.
BEDROOM 4: 3.87m x 3.36m (12'8" x 11'1")
Generous sized room with double aspect enjoying open views across to the Dornoch Firth. Door into wardrobe with hanging rail and shelving. Tiled fireplace with attractive baltic pine surround. Radiator.
FAMILY BATHROOM 2: 3.11m x 3.05m (10`2" x 10`)
Comprising WC, built-in vanity wash hand basin with cupboard under and tiled surface and Victorian bath. Original tiled fireplace with baltic pine surround. Dimplex down flow heater. Walls partially lined with pine panelling. Shaver point and light. Two side facing windows. Radiator. Carpet. Hatch to loft.
Halladale sits in generous garden ground and mature woodland which extends to approximately 0.7 of an acre and is fully enclosed, private and secluded. The garden to the front is laid to lawn with a variety of established trees, flower beds and shrubs. A footpath leads around the property. A paved patio area offers a secluded and sunny spot to relax. Vehicular access to the property is by way of a road off Bishopfield Road which leads to a large parking area to the rear of the property allowing ample parking for several vehicles.
All fitted floor coverings, curtains, some light fittings and white goods. Some items of furniture may be available for sale under separate negotiation.
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Band ' G '
Mains electricity, water and drainage.
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