This mid terraced, semi-detached property offers well-proportioned and spacious accommodation, set in easily maintained garden grounds. The property was built around 1945 with the extension being added around 1998. The house if of tasteful neutral colours and some rooms have been recently decorated. All facings and skirtings throughout the property are solid oak. The property comprises;
Ground floor: Living room, family room, kitchen/dining area, utility room and W.C. Cloak room.
First floor : Master bedroom with dressing room, fitted wardrobes and en suite shower room, two further bedrooms and bathroom with W.C, sink, bath and separate shower cubicle.
Attic floor : Two bedrooms.
The kitchen/dining area has French patio doors leading to a decked area and rear garden grounds. An ample supply of high and low level units make good use of the space.
The lounge is of good size with a large bay window providing ample light. The original fireplace has been blocked off but the chimney is in good condition and a wood burning stove would be achievable.
This ideal family home offers further benefits of gas central heating, with the combi boiler being fitted two years ago and serviced annually. Cavity wall insulation has been injected and glass wool laid in the attic space.
The master bedroom has an accessible balcony overlooking the private back garden grounds.
Garage and garden grounds - A gravelled driveway takes access from the front with ample parking for two cars. This leads to the single concrete garage with slate roof. The commercialised gym which has been set up in the garage can be sold with the sale of the property at a negotiable price.
Services - Mains electricity, drainage and water.
Additional - All floor coverings, light fittings and blinds are included in the sale price.
Entry - By mutual agreement.
Viewings - Strictly by appointment only.
Further images or a copy of the Home Report are available on request.
Set within the popular seaside town of Nairn where transport connections are excellent, with easy access to the A96, the train station, the airport and Inverness. Nairn is particularly popular and renowned for its outstanding scenery and extensive local amenities. Known for its 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, bank and restaurants. It also has a library, community centre, sports centre and swimming pool. The harbour is home to the marina and sailing club. There are two superb championship golf courses to choose from: Nairn Golf Club and the Nairn Dunbar Golf Club.
Directions - Follow the A96 east from Inverness into Nairn passing the first set of traffic lights. After approximately a quarter of a mile, turn left onto Manse Road. The property appears on your left after about 500 yards.
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