Monster Moves is delighted to bring to the market this 3 bedroom semi detached property in the east coast village of Golspie. Just minutes from the beach, Golspie Golf Course and all amenities, this house offers village life and seaside life combined. The house has living room, dining room, kitchen and shower room on the ground floor and three bedrooms on the first floor. There is a shed in the rear garden and off road parking to the front garden. The property is situated on a no through traffic street.
The property is situated in the village of Golspie on the popular NC500 route. Golspie nestles between the Ben Bhraggie Hill and the coastline. The house is centrally placed in the village and has all amenities within walking distance; primary and secondary schools, shops and services include a butcher, fish monger, doctor, dentist, local co-op and sports centre and swimming pool. There is a local hospital and the Highland Council’s area office is located here. Golspie railway station and National buses link north and south. Inverness Airport is easily accessible some 65 miles south.
There is a plethora of clubs and associations and a great range of sports and sporting opportunities. Significantly for the golfer there is a number of magnificent golf courses locally: the James Braid courses at Golspie and Brora and the Tom Morris course in Tain and Royal Dornoch.
East Sutherland is an attraction to ornithologists and those with an interest in archaeology, Bronze and Iron Age remains and settlements are to be found here. The Sutherland hinterland is a hill walkers dream and is within easy access. Various local churches are well catered for. Golspie itself offers easy, low level walks in wonderful surroundings: The Big Burn Walk, the woods at Little Ferry and the walk in the Dairy Park are attractions for all.
Entry to the property into the hall where you access the living room, shower room and stairs to the first floor. There is a large coat cupboard with the electric box up high.
The living room is dual aspect and has the benefit of an open fire with back boiler which also works in conjunction with the oil fired system to heat the thermal store. Laminate flooring and 2 radiators.
The dining room is situated between the living room and kitchen and has a window to the side and a radiator and laminate flooring.
The kitchen is to the rear of the property and has access into the back garden. There are base and wall units and space for a free standing cooker.
The shower room is on the ground floor and has a w/c, wash basin Chrome towel rail and a large shower with wetwall and mains powered shower.
At the top of the stairs is a window letting in light and doors to the three bedrooms.
A double bedroom with shelved cupboard and radiator
A double bedroom with radiator.
A double bedroom over looking the front of the property and has a fitted cupboard and radiator.
Council Tax Band - B
EPC Rating - E
Internal floor space - 85 sq m (approx)
Built Circa late 1940's
Oil fired central heating
the front garden has a grassed area and footpath to the front door and the other side has been opened up for off street parking. Access to the rear garden is to the side and round to the back garden which is fenced and has mature hedges along with a garden tool shed.