5 bedroom detached house for saleRegoul, Nairn, Highland, IV12
Sold STC £260,000
- Ground floor WC/Utility
- Generous Gardens
- Off street parking
- Tucked-away location
- South Facing Garden
- Private back garden
- Large dining kitchen
- Close to transport links
property has a large driveway in which 4 cars can be parked. It has oil fired central heating, with an open fire
in the living room and is fully double glazed throughout. The original building is approximately 300 years old.
Vestibule:The front door opens into the vestibule. Window to front. Coat hooks. Carpet.
Hallway: L shaped hallway with doors leading to the kitchen/dining area, bathroom, WC and three bedrooms. Staircase to the first floor. Large storage cupboard housing electric fuse box. Two further storage cupboards.
Bathroom: Window. Olive hand basin and bath with over bath electric shower. Tiling to walls. Extractor. Linoleum flooring.
W.C.: Black ceramic floor tiles, ½ wall tiled. White toilet & sink. Window. Access to roof space via hatch.
Open plan kitchen/dining area: Glazed Door from the hallway open into the dining area with space for table and chairs. Large kitchen windows to rear and side of property. Ample wall and base units with solid beech wood worktops, tiling and Belfast sink with mixer tap. Integrated ceramic hob, extractor, double electric oven. Separate dishwasher and fridge. Spotlights.
Glazed door leading to the Lounge & ½ glazed door leading to utility room.
Utility Room: Doors leading to kitchen & rear of property. Large window looking out to the garden. Space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer. Linoleum flooring matching the kitchen. Shelves and coat hooks.
Lounge: French doors opening onto the decking area with views across the large garden and woodlands beyond, and further window to the front of the property. Open coal/wood fire with wooden fireplace and black slate hearth.Wall lights.
Solid Teak hardwood flooring.
Bedroom 1 (master) Part of the original croft house with deep window to the front of the property. Real wool Carpet.
En-suite: Two windows with fitted Venetian blinds. Floor and wall tiled. White toilet and sink. Large glazed and aluminium quadrant shower enclosure with electric shower. Spotlight and extractor. Access to roof space via hatch.
Bedroom 2: Part of the original croft house with deep window to the front of the property. Carpet.
Bedroom 3: Currently used as a study. Window to the rear of property. Carpet.
Bedroom 4: Coombed ceiling and window to the front of the property. Carpet and old fashioned latch door. Spotlights.
Bedroom 5: Coombed ceiling and window to front of property. Carpet and old fashioned latch door. Spotlights. Wardrobe area with curtain.
Gardens: Rose Cottage has garden areas on three sides; an established cottage garden to the front of the property with mature trees and stone wall features. Steps and a gravel pathway leads to the front door and along to the side where there are steps up to decking.
The driveway is part gravel and leads straight onto the quiet road. The property has wooden gates. The Decking runs along the South East facing side of the house and can be access via steps from the front and rear of the property. There is access into the house via the French doors in to the lounge.
The total plot is approximately ½ acre; a large sloping SE facing garden with mature trees leads down to a
sunny flat grass area with a potential for landscaping, veggie plots or pond etc.
To the rear of the property there is an enclosed garden that is part concrete with a raised gravel area. There are wooden gates at either end of the area, one leading to the main garden area and the other away from the property onto the road. There is access to the property from this area via the utility room. There are washing lines and sheds in this area as well as the oil tank for the Central Heating.
Outbuildings: There is a wood/coal shed and further tool shed to the rear of the property, and another standard small
shed. Attached to the house at the front is the boiler room where the CH boiler is housed, this has ample shelving and storage space. It is accessed via a lockable wood door.
Facilities: The property has two outside taps. Septic tank. Mains water supply. Telephone. Oil fired central heating.
Council Tax band E.
Location: Rose Cottage is located in the small rural hamlet of Regoul, just a couple of miles from the conservation
village of Cawdor and about 3.5 miles from the Seaside town of Nairn
At Cawdor, as well as the famous Cawdor castle, there is a local store and new primary school, served by
school buses that pick up from the door for residents of Regoul. There is also a bowling club, church, the
excellent Cawdor Tavern with restaurant and a community centre.
Regoul is quietly situated within a short distance of Nairn town centre; approximately 3.5 miles. Known for
its dry and sunny climate, Nairn is a vibrant Victorian town and a popular holiday destination with miles of
golden beaches. It has a good range of shops and professional services as well as a museum and excellent
pubs and restaurants; the Bandstand bar plays host to biannual real ale festivals every April and September.
The town also has a sports centre, swimming pool, arts centre, theatres, riding centre and cricket pitch. The
harbour is home to a small fishing fleet, marina and sailing club. There are two championship golf courses in
Nairn as well as a number of outstand golf courses in the area such as Castle Stuart, Royal Dornoch and Spey
Valley. There is salmon fishing on the Rivers Nairn, Findhorn and Spey. Even closer to Regoul (3/4 of a mile)
is the Geddes trout Fishery. The Cairngorms National Park and the Lecht are all within easy driving distance;
Grantown on Spey is half an hour’s drive away.
The city of Inverness is an easy daily commute; around 17 miles away. It is the main commercial centre of
the Highlands and provides a range of retail parks and supermarkets as well as many entertainments, cultural
and medical facilities expected a city.
Inverness Airport is only 15-minute drive from Regoul and has regular flights to London, Manchester,
Birmingham, Bristol, Belfast and other UK destinations including the islands, There are also international
flights to Amsterdam, Zurich and Geneva. The Aberdeen to Inverness railway line stops at Nairn and there
are regular services (including sleepers) from Inverness to the South.
No Onward Chain
Oil central heating
UPVC double glazed windows
Solid fuel open fire
Built in BBQ
Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs)
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