- Grade B Listed Building
- Rural location
- Holiday let potential
- Floor area of approx. 79m²
- Council Tax Band A & EPC Rating E
- Home report on Monster Moves website
Bayfield House is a Grade B listed building circa 1790 and was renovated in 1985 to form six apartments and two houses. The property is set in approx. 3 acres of communal gardens which are made up of a large grass lawn, mature shrubs and woodland area. The grounds are managed by a shared factor. The apartment which has been fully refurbished including new kitchen, bathroom, solid oak flooring and oak doors is mid-floor of the building and is split over two floors which comprises of a hallway, living room, kitchen, bathroom, study/landing and two bedrooms. There is an additional storage area on the ground floor where you are able to store equipment. The property has original sash windows and electric heating throughout. There is communal parking around the building.
The property is set in a rural location on the shores of Nigg Bay yet close enough to local amenities and services. The village of Balintore is approx. 4 miles from the property and has a range of services including Post Office, village shop, chemist, hotel and community centre. Tain is approx. 8 miles from Tain which has supermarkets, banks, shops, restaurants and a range of other facilities on offer. Inverness is approximately 36 miles which is very much the commercial and business centre for the Highlands and is convenient for services and facilities including all major transport links. There are a range of golf courses within the area as well as sandy beaches close by. Nigg Bay is an RSPB nature reservation which attracts a large range of birds and wildlife to the area. Views of the Cromarty Firth and Ben Wyvis are just some of the scenic sites you can enjoy from this country retreat.
Bayfield House would appeal to a range of prospective purchasers including those looking for a home country retreat or as a rental.
HALLWAY (3.9m x 1m)
The entrance hall provides access to the lounge, kitchen, three bedrooms, bathroom, storage cupboard and staircase. The hallway is complete with radiator, 4 led lights and solid oak flooring.
LIVING ROOM (5.7m x 3.7m)
The living room has double aspect windows and looks across the Cromarty Firth and to the woodland. There is ample space for sofas and freestanding furniture and sofas. The living room is complete with solid oak flooring, oak door, 2 pendant lights and 2 electric heaters.
KITCHEN (3.3m x 1.8m)
The recently fitted kitchen is fitted with blue base units, wooden worktop with upstand, sink with drainer and mixer tap and comes with integrated microwave, single oven, fridge/freezer and washing machine. The kitchen is complete with a towel radiator, 6 led lights and laminate flooring.
BATHROOM (3m x 2.9m)
The recently refurbished bathroom is fitted with a bath with an over-bath electric shower, WC and wash hand basin which are set a gloss vanity unit providing bathroom storage. The bathroom is complete with large cupboard with boiler, towel radiator, 4 led lights, vinyl tiled flooring and touch screen mirror. Wet wall and neutral decor.
BEDROOM 1 (3.5m x 3.3m)
Located on the first floor is this double bedroom with Velux window which looks out to the woodland at the rear of the property. The room is complete with alcove, radiator, 2 led lights and solid oak flooring.
STUDY/LANDING (3.3m x 1.6m)
The study/landing area provides a great space for a desk and chair or sofa. The area is complete with Velux window, 2 led lights and solid oak flooring. There is a large walk-in cupboard which provides space for clothing and storage. Access to the eaves providing additional storage space.
BEDROOM 2 (3.8m x 2.8m)
This double bedroom has views to the woodland at the rear of the property and provides ample space for king size bed and freestanding furniture. The room is complete with pendant light and solid oak flooring.