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5 bedroom detached house for sale

Assynt Street, Evanton, IV16 9YH

Under Offer £187,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Desirable location
  • Full of charachter and charm
  • Mezzanine attic feature
  • Large mature garden
  • Open fire
  • Thermal block stone finish throughout
  • Garage
  • Parking for 2 cars
  • Large gated driveway
  • Gas CH

Full description

This unusual property offers spacious living accommodation of 3 levels and has loads of character and charm due to its unique design and natural features. With Evanton Community owned woods just a short walk away and close to all local amenities, this desirable villa has much to offer, with Gas CH, DG, garage, space for 2 cars, gated driveway front, side and large back mature gardens. Viewing is highly recommended to appreciate the features on offer.

The house is accessed via a front porch and leads to a large open plan galley style dining kitchen with a dining area to the rear, utility room off, a small hallway offering access to the master, second bedroom and shower room.

The hallway offers access to a small patio area to the side of the property via double patio doors and leads to a staircase down to the first split-level area, onto an open plan living room, with access to the formal dining room, which overlooks the patio area. With high barn style pine ceiling, exposed chimney breast with feature open fire, double patio doors to the garden, white finished thermal blocks to walls, ceiling height book case and a mezzanine level above, adding an unusual feature to this spacious, well proportioned, bright and beautiful family room, this room has a cosy, yet open feel and really needs to be seen to be appreciated.

An additional staircase leads to the lower split-level accommodation and offers access to a further 3 double bedrooms and family bathroom with Jacuzzi bath and shower.

Porch – 1.45m x 3.72m

Accessed via front garden, via staircase from driveway with plenty room for storage, offering access to the dining kitchen.

Utility Room – 1.95m x 2.72m

A selection of wall and floor mounted units and drawers in oak finish with marble work tops. Houses boiler, washing machine, fridge/freezer and ceiling mounted pulley for clothes drying. Window offers natural light.

Dining Kitchen – 8.49m x 3.17m

Generously proportioned, this room offers a galley style kitchen with a large selection of beech wall and floor mounted kitchen units, feature glass display cabinet, integrated double oven and microwave, gas hob with extractor hood, views overlooking the front garden, with an abundance of natural light. An island separates the kitchen from the dining area, offering solid wood flooring throughout and a built-in bench with plenty of room for a large table. A door off leads to a small hallway accessing two double bedrooms and a shower room.

Master Bedroom – 3.31m x 2.86

Bright and spacious with full length fitted wardrobes to one wall and fitted bedroom furniture, radiator, pink carpet with a window overlooking the garden.

Bedroom 2 – 2.74 x 3.83

Another bright and spacious room with feature painted thermal block finish to walls, window overlooking the garden, blue carpet, wall mounted radiator and sliding doors to full-length wardrobe.

Shower Room – 2.37m x 1.70m

Cream marble floor tiles, walk in gas shower cubicle with sliding doors, white WC and wash hand basin with built in storage units and wall mounted feature mirror display.


Accessed via dining kitchen door, patio doors open onto a small patio area to the side of the property, a sun trap throughout the day and leading to the living room beyond on a split level design.

Living Room – 7.21m x 4.51m

This grand and spacious room has loads of character with a cream twill carpet throughout, an open plan barn feel to it, with high pine beamed ceiling, feature open fire in exposed chimney breast, natural thermal brick exposed walls, ceiling height bookcase, double patio doors leading to the garden and a further two windows, creating a bright and spacious living accommodation.

Mezzanine – 4.21m x 4.11m

A mezzanine level has been built above the room, accessed via a wooden staircase, which would make an ideal playroom, workshop, office or snug and just adds to the charm of this beautiful living space.

Dining Room 2.43m x 4.5m

Accessed off the living room with cream twill carpet, white exposed thermal block walls, radiator, window overlooking the patio area, with ample room for a large family dining table.

A further split-level living area offers access to three double bedrooms and the family bathroom via a glass door from the living room onto a hallway with wall mounted radiator and cream twill carpet.

Bedroom 3 – 3.32m x 2.43m

Cream carpet, window overlooking garden, built-in cupboard with louvre doors, radiator and white exposed thermal blocks to walls.

Bedroom 4 – 3.02 x 2.56m

Blue carpet, blue painted exposed thermal blocks to walls, window overlooking the back garden, wall mounted radiator, built-in cupboard with louvre doors.

Bedroom 5 – 2.32m x 3.57

Cream carpet, white painted exposed thermal blocks to walls, window overlooking side garden, wall mounted radiator, built in cupboard with louvre doors.

Bathroom – 2.37m x 1.96m

Slate grey floor tiles with built in floor standing storage units, housing feature twin basins in white with chrome mixer taps and marble effect shelving. Feature wall mounted cabinets with double mirrors offer an abundance of storage space, with wall mounted heated towel rail, Jacuzzi bath with shower with glass shower screen and recessed spotlights to ceiling.


The property is accessed via a staircase leading to the front garden and boasts a garage and spaces for two cars on the driveway to the front of the house. There is a small grassy area to the front and a gate leading to the side path, with access to the coal bunker and log store and onto the garden beyond.

There is a garden shed and rotary drier and a large secluded side garden with large grassy area, mature foliage, trees with a gated entrance and generous graveled area offering an additional driveway or further spaces for parking if required.

An additional patio area lies to the side of the property and leads to a further large secluded mature garden to the rear with a large grassy area, an abundance of fruit trees and bramble bushes, perfect for a vegetable garden plot.


From the Evanton High Street, turn left at the Co-op and continue to the top of the road, turning left just before the converted chapel and Corner House is the first house on the left.

Viewing b y appointment by calling Laura Mitchell on 07933 700676.

Offers to Miller Stewart by fax to 0141 776 4134.

Evanton is a large village in Easter Ross, it lies between the river Sgitheach and the Allt Graad, is 24 kilometres (15 mi) north of the city of Inverness, some 6.5 km (4.0 mi) south-west of Alness, and 10 km (6.2 mi) north-east of Dingwall

The current town was founded in the early nineteenth century by Alexander Fraser of Inchcoulter/Balconie who named it after his son Evan, but the core of the village buildings date from the Victorian era.<sup> </sup> Evanton has several tourist attractions, including the Fyrish monument, the Black Rock Gorge and the ruined church of Kiltearn lying near the river Sgitheach as it flows into the Cromarty Firth, as well as many other natural, historical and archaeological attractions in the surrounding area. There are two Churches, one Church of Scotland and one Free Church of Scotland. There is one primary school, but the nearest high schools are in Dingwall and Alness. It has one convenience store, a post-office, one public inns (Balconie Inn)a bus stop and an ATM. The village hall is named the 'Diamond Jubilee Hall.' The community owns and manages the local woodland


Whilst we endeavour to make these particulars as accurate as possible, they do not form any part of any contract on offer, nor are they guaranteed. Measurements are approximate and in most cases are taken using a digital/sonic measuring device and are taken to the widest point. We have not tested the electricity, gas or water services or any appliances. Photographs are reproduced for general information and it must not be inferred that any item is included for sale with the property. If there is any part of this that you find misleading or simply wish clarification on any point, please contact our office immediately when we will endeavour to assist you in any way possible.

Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
14 October 2016

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