- Detached 3 bedroom bungalow
- Sits in 1/2 acre mature garden
- Large garage and workshop
- Home report and floor plan on Monster Moves website
Ardgay is a small village in the Kyle of Sutherland, there is a local shop and primary school, train station and bus routes are just a couple of hundred yards walk. Ardgay is one mile from Bonar Bridge which has all local amenities: post office bank, chemist, doctors, pubs and restaurants. There is an electric charging point 800 yards at the square in Ardgay.
It is 14 miles to the towns of Tain and Dornoch with their abundance of shops, supermarkets, restaurants and golf courses. Only 40 miles from Inverness and a further 6 miles to the airport which has daily flights to London, Manchester, Bristol and Amsterdam.
Council Tax band - E
EPC Rating - E
The entrance to the bungalow is bright and spacious and has most of the rooms leading from the hallway. Neutrally decorated and filled with light the hall also has a double coat cupboard. The flooring is laminate wood.
LIVING ROOM (5.2m x 5.3m)
A large square room with picture window looking to the front garden and partial views of the Kyle of Sutherland. Neutrally decorated with plain coloured carpet. An open feature fireplace is a focal point of this room.
KITCHEN (4.4m x 3.5m)
A large kitchen with white painted base and wall units along with two fitted wall cupboards. Space for a cooker, dishwasher and under counter fridge. There is ample space for a dining table. A large window overlooks the rear south facing garden
UTILITY (2.7m x 2.9m)
A room next to the kitchen that is presently used as a utility and boot room but is also spacious enough to be a dining room.
The cloakroom leads of from the uitilty area and is close to the back door. It has a 2 piece, w/c and pedestal was basin.
BEDROOM 1 (3.0m x 4.8m)
A double bedroom with an en suite and is neutrally decorated. A single wardrobe.
EN SUITE (3.0m x 1.5m)
The en suite has a large shower enclosure with white wet wall and white w/c and wash basin. Vinyl flooring.
BEDROOM 2 (5.8m x 2.8m)
Another double room with two windows and two doors as it was previously two bedrooms but it is possible that it could go back to the two rooms making this a four bedroom bungalow. A double fitted wardrobe.
BEDROOM 3 (3.3m x 2.3m)
A large single bedroom with a high level window allowing lots of light into the central hallway.
BATHROOM (1.8m x 2.9m)
The family bathroom has a three piece white suite and a separate shower enclosure.
CLOAKROOM (1.5m x 1.7m)
A cloakroom off the utility room which is close to the rear door. A white two piece suite; w/c and pedsetal wash basin.
A large garden at the front with a spacious driveway for parking a few cars a lawn and mature trees and shrubs. Access to the rear garden is by gates at either side of the property.
The large garden to the rear is mainly grass with mature trees around the boundary making for a private garden. To the rear of the property runs a covered patio the length of the house offering good shelter for outdoor seating.
A large garage with space for a vehicle and workshop benches to the side and rear. There is also a small log burner, useful for when working in the garage.
Council Tax Band - E
EPC Rating - E
Central heating - oil fired
Floor area - 134 sq m (approx)
Built circa 1975
From the A9 and the roundabout at the south side of the Dornoch Bridge take the exit heading for Ardgay along the A 836. When you see the war memorial on your left take a left and head up Ardgay Hilll and then take the first road on the left. The property is the last house on your right.