5 bedroom detached house for sale

Old Bar View, Nairn, Nairnshire, IV12

Under Offer £450,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Stunning location with fabulous sea views.
  • Modern open plan family design
  • Five bedrooms three with en suite
  • Luxury main bathroom
  • High spec fully fitted kitchen
  • Double garage
  • EPC C
  • Super large gardens
  • Wonderful sunsets
  • New Carpets and decoration throughout

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

LOCATION:
NAIRN
This area is particularly popular and renowned for its outstanding scenery and extensive local amenities. The local countryside is dominated by some of the best agricultural land in the North of Scotland and the local produce is regarded as some of the finest in the country. Known for its dry, sunny climate and beautiful beaches, Nairn is a vibrant Victorian town and a popular holiday destination. The town provides a variety of shops and professional services including primary and secondary schools, hotels, supermarkets, banks and restaurants. The town also has a library, community centre, sports centre and swimming pool. The harbour is home to a small fishing fleet, marina and sailing club. There are two immaculate championship golf courses to choose from The Nairn and the Nairn Dunbar. The Nairn Golf Club hosted the Walker Cup in 1999 and the 2012 Curtis Cup. The well known Castle Stuart Golf Course is also nearby. Inverness airport which offers regular flights to the south and to parts of Europe is 12 miles away. The city of Inverness is only a 30 minute drive away, and is known as the capital of the Highlands. This thriving and expanding city offers all the amenities you would expect from a major city, with excellent restaurants, good shopping and continuing development. 'Fisher Heights' is a prestigious development in Nairn, commanding breath taking scenery over the vast blue waters of the Moray Firth on an elevated position with an open aspect offering extensive views to the Black Isle and beyond, Nairn Dunbar Golf course and towards the town of Nairn.

DIRECTIONS
From Inverness take the A96 through Nairn and cross the Merryton Bridge. Turn left at the traffic lights into Lochloy Road. Continue on past the golf course and turn right into Montgomerie Drive then next left into Old Bar Road. Turn Right into Old Bar View and the property is on the left.

Accommodation Comprises:

Ground Floor-
Lobby
Inner Hallway
Family Bathroom
Open plan family room, kitchen and dining area.
Steps down to Sun Room
Utility Room
Lounge
Two Double Bedrooms with en suites
Third Bedroom/Study
First Floor -
Master Bedroom with en suite full bathroom and walk in dressing room
Double Bedroom/Upstairs Lounge
WC
Large Loft which is fully floored and has power and light and pull down ladder
Double Garage
Front parking for several cars
Large rear garden with shed

Click on floor plan button for room measurements.

Property Description

If you are looking for the wow factor then look no further than this property situated in quiet corner cul-de-sac with stunning panoramic sea views. This home has been upgraded with impeccable attention to detail in luxurious contemporary decoration and finishes.

From the minute you enter the property you cannot fail to be impressed. There is a spacious lobby and inner hallway with several spacious storage cupboards. From the hallway enter the dream kitchen/diner/family room. The kitchen is fully fitted with every amenity including boiler tap (no need for a kettle) and pop up sockets leaving the quartz worktops clear. There is central island, breakfast bar with more storage units and integrated dish washer and sink unit. The dining area is located in the bay window enjoying the lovely views. The kitchen opens to the lounge area with steps down to the sun room which has patio doors to the garden. A separate spacious utility room also accesses the garden. It houses boiler cupboard, washer, dryer and more storage units.

From the hallway there is separate lounge which could also be a further bedroom if required. There is an independent full luxury bathroom on the ground floor. The bedroom wing of the ground floor has two double bedrooms both with en suites both of which benefit from storage units There is a further third bedroom/study.

Climbing the wide staircase to the first floor you come to the landing with a WC which has a large storage cupboard. The front bedroom boasts large windows to the amazing sea views. This room could also be an upper lounge if desired. To the rear is the large master bedroom with full bathroom en suite and walk in dressing closet. There is a huge loft which has been floored and has an access ladder and light.

Externally there is a gravelled driveway for several cars and a double garage with power and light. The garage roof is floored for extra storage. To the rear is a large garden with shed and gates to the rear rural walks and East Beach only 10 minutes walk away, as well as to the front. The large garden to the side is ideal for further extending the property.

This amazing family home must be viewed to appreciate and early viewing is advisable to avoid disappointment.

Services: Mains electricity, gas, water and drainage

Council Band: The present band for council tax is Band G

Offers in excess of £450,000 are invited.

EPC Rating: C

Viewing :To fully appreciate this home early viewing is essential. Please call office: 01667 258134 or Mobile: 07835979996.

Offers: Should be submitted to Nairn Scenic Properties, 1 Bridge Street, Nairn , IV12 4EJ or email: admin@nairnscenicproperties.com

Interest: It is important that your solicitor notifies us of your interest; otherwise the property may be sold without your knowledge.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
15 October 2018

Nearest station

  • Nairn (1.3 mi)
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1 Bridge Street, Nairn, IV12 4EJ

01667 711006 Local call rate

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Nearest station

  • Nairn (1.3 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Nairn Scenic Properties, Nairn

1 Bridge Street, Nairn, IV12 4EJ

01667 711006 Local call rate

How much will it cost me to call the number displayed on the site?

Standard geographic charges from landlines and mobiles apply and calls may be included in your telecom provider's call package.

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