- Semi detached 4 bedroom property
- Close to river, sea and harbour
- On the NC500 Route
- Close to local schools, amenities and transport links
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three floors, set in an area of garden ground. Ground Floor: hall, sitting room, kitchen and dining room First Floor: landing, bathroom, Sitting room, dressing room, w/c and two
bedrooms Second Floor: landing and two bedrooms.
Helmsdale is a pretty coastal village (a population of approx. 900) offering all local amenities;- Primary school, local shops, Health Centre and community centre, pubs and restaurants. Helmsdale is steeped in history and this can be observed at the award-winning Timespan Heritage Centre, which facilitates many community and heritage events as well as many community events in the community centre.
As well as being situated on the A9 and NC500, Helmsdale lies at the mouth of the River Helmsdale and has a harbour for both fishing and pleasure boats. This area offers Golf, scenic walks, tennis courts, and fossil hunting. Public transport via train and bus runs through the village north and south with Inverness an hour and a half away. From Helmsdale there are many walks around the area.
Entrance to the property is through the side lane. This communal access and also parking outside the door.
The hallway has a wide sweeping staircase leading to the first floor.
LIVING ROOM (3.1m x 4.2m)
The living room has light walls and the floor is carpeted . There is an original fireplace with a tiled hearth and surround which gives the room character.
KITCHEN (3.5m x 4.2m)
The kitchen has wood effect wall and base units and black laminate worktops. In the kitchen there is space for an American fridge freezer. Room also for a kitchen table and chairs. Vinyl on the floor.
DINING ROOM / UTILITY (2.9m x 4.2m)
The dining room is a spacious room with a carpeted flooring and French doors leading out into the back garden. The dining room also has access to the utility room which has plumbing for a washing machine and a tumble dryer. The utility also has plenty shelving.
a spacious L shaped landing with windows and a stunning original staircase leading to the second floor. The original woodwork, doors and banister make for an impressive hallway.
BEDROOM 1 (3.4m x 4.2m)
Bedroom 1 has a walk in wardrobe and one wall of wooden shelving. There is space for a double bed and bedroom furniture. An original open fireplace is still in situ.
BATHROOM (5.1m x 2.1m)
The bathroom is very spacious with a white 3 piece suite. There is a corner bath and an electric overhead shower with wet wall surrounding. The flooring is vinyl and there is shelving and an original fireplace.
BEDROOM 2 (4.7m x 4.6m)
Bedroom 2 is a double room with shelving and a carpeted floor. It has wall lights and a large window which looks over Dunrobin Street and is south facing.
DRESSING ROOM (2.4m x 3.6m)
The dressing room is neutrally decorated with a carpeted flooring. There is an abundance of shelving and clothes rails. This could be used as a single bedroom or office.
SITTING ROOM (4.7m x 3.9m)
The sitting room is a traditional room with high ceilings and cornice. It has a carpeted flooring and has an open fireplace. neutrally decorated.
CLOAKROOM (1.1m x 1.6m)
The cloakroom has laminate flooring and is neutrally decorated. It has a white w/c.
The sweeping staircase leads to the second floor and has a window looking north to the garden and hill that Helmsdale nestles below.
BEDROOM 3 (4.7m x 4.4m)
Bedroom 3 is presently used as a craft room and has a wall of shelving. The room is neutrally decorated and a fitted carpet. There is a large arched window which fills the room with light.
BEDROOM 4 (4.3m x 4.4m)
Bedroom 4 has a carpeted floor and neutrally decorated. There is also access to the attic space. There is a large arched window which fills the room with light.
The garden to this property is very large and has a greenhouse, a shed, patio area, grassed area and mature shrubs. There is a parking area to the rear of the garden which is accessed from the street behind. The garden is totally enclosed
Council Tax Band - B
EPC Rating - E
Internal Floor Space 210 sq m (approx)
Built 1889 Extension built circa 1970's
Heading north on the A9 you cross the bridge take the first turning left onto Dunrobin Street and no 25 is on the right.