- 2 Bedroom bungalow
- Stunning Panoramic Views
- Potential to extend into the attic
- Close to local ammenities and schools
- Home Report and floor plan can be viewed on the Monster Moves website
Helmsdale is a pretty coastal village (a population of approx. 900) and offers all local amenities;- Primary school, local shops, Doctors Health Centre and community centre. 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 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.
Travelling inland along the Strath, you meander alongside the famous fishing river Helmsdale to Baile An Or where you can pan for gold.
KITCHEN (3.4m x 2.7m)
The kitchen has fitted base and wall units on two walls in a beech effect with a laminate worktop. Neutrally decorated and vinyl on the floor and tiled splashbacks. There is a ceramic hob with stainless steel cooker hood and an integrated oven. there is space for an under-counter fridge and a washing machine below the sink and drainer. The exit door is to the parking area at the rear of the property.
LIVING ROOM (4.6m x 3.9m)
The living room has a large south-facing window with amazing views over Strath Helmsdale. The room is neutrally decorated with a focal point of an inset log burner with an oak mantle and Caithness slate with Celtic design on the panels.
BATHROOM (2.1m x 1.7m)
The bathroom has a white 3 piece suite consisting of a pedestal wash basin, w/c and a bath with overhead shower and shower screen.
BEDROOM 1 (3.5m x 3.4m)
Bedroom one is a double and overlooks Strath Helmsdale. The fitted wardrobes are also included in the sale.
BEDROOM 2 (3.5m x 3.3m)
Another double room to the rear of the property.
The garden is to the east and wraps round to the south with an access gate down to the river. A raised deck area leads out from the front door and has magnificent views. There is a tool shed, a grassed area, raised flower beds and mature hedging with chippings for ease of maintenance.
EPC Rating - E
Council Tax Band - A
Gross internal floor area (sq.m) - 63
Heading into Helmsdale from the A9 take the turning to the village between the Belgrave and Bannockburn Hotels. Drive along Dunrobin Street to the mini roundabout and take the road right. Head out of Helmsdale and pass the Golf Course on your right and then there is a cul de sac on the left which is Gold Road, drive in and park close to number 5.