- Three bedroomed end terrace house
- A walled mature garden
- Conveniently situated central location
- Easy access to rear via service lane
- Situated in the beautiful village of Golspie
- Adjacent public parking and private parking at rear
- Move in condition
Property SummaryThis three bedroomed-house, in walk-in-condition, is centrally located in the picturesque village of Golspie. There is private vehicular access to the rear via a service lane with the possibility of extensive secure parking within the enclosed, walled, mature garden. Golspie is on the main trunk road (A9) and national rail and bus routes. There is easy access to Inverness airport.
The property has a sitting room, dining room and large kitchen on the ground floor and three double bedrooms and a bathroom upstairs. There is a rudimentary lean-to porch and three small garden sheds to the rear with an area for a detached garage. There is an interesting vennel giving access from the front to the rear of the house.
Golspie village is on the main A9 trunk road on fertile coastal land and enjoys the milder climate of the east coast of Sutherland. It nestles below Ben Bhraggie and is overlooked by the iconic 100ft Sir Francis Leggatt Chantrey monument and statue of the 1st Duke of Sutherland. Dunrobin Castle, the most northerly of Scotland's great houses, is on the edge of the village. The house is just yards from the shore and Golspie's sandy beach and is in close walking distance, offering miles of sand and seabathing. Golspie is on the increasingly popular Route NC500.
Golspie has all the local amenities: shops and services include a butchers, fish mongers, doctors, dentist, local co-op, a six year High School with a public library, swimming pool and games hall facilities and Primary and Nursery Schools. There is a local hospital and the headquarters of Highland Council’s area offices are located here. Golspie's railway station and National buses link north and south. Inverness Airport is easily accessible.
There are a plethora of clubs and associations and a great range of sports and sporting opportunities. Significantly for the golfer there are a number of magnificent golf courses locally: Royal Dornoch and the James Braid courses at Golspie and Brora and the Tom Morris course in Tain are attractions.
East Sutherland is an attraction to ornithologists and persons with a passion for archaeology. The largest collection of 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. Catholic, Episcopalian and Church of Scotland adherents are well catered for locally.
But 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.
HALL (0.8m x 5.3m)
The hall is accessed by the front door and leads to the siting room, dining room, kitchen, stairs to the first floor and access to the back door.
SITTING ROOM (3.6m x 3.6m)
The sitting room is carpeted and neutrally decorated and has an open fire and an alcove with glass shelves.
DINING ROOM (2.5m x 3.6m)
The dining room faces the main road and is carpeted and neutrally decorated.
KITCHEN (5.5m x 2.7m)
The large kitchen is to the rear of the property and is spacious and has room for a dining area. There is a cooker and a washing machine included.
BEDROOM 1 (3.6m x 2.8m)
Bedroom 1 is a double bedroom with fitted wardrobes and exposed floorboards. There is a small room off the bedroom that could be converted to a dressing room or en suite.
BEDROOM 2 (3.9m x 2.8m)
Bedroom 2 is a double with 2 double wardrobes and carpeted and neutrally decorated.
BEDROOM 3 (2.4m x 2.7m)
Bedroom 3 is a small double that faces the garden and is neutrally decorated and carpeted.
BATHROOM (2.8m x 1.8m)
The bathroom has a 3 piece white bathroom suite of toilet, wash-basin and bath along with a separate walk in shower.
COVERED PORCH at REAR
There is a covered porch from the back door and a vennel connecting the front to the rear of the house making an ideal space as a boot room. This could be upgraded to a conservatory.
The garden is to the rear of the property and is enclosed with a traditional stone wall and is mainly laid to lawn with mature planting around the edge. There are three sheds in the garden : a toilet shed and 2 potting sheds. The garage at the bottom of the garden which is accessed from the service lane requires some work to make it serviceable.
Council Tax Band C
EPC Band E
Oil fired central heating with a combi boiler and central heating radiators throughout.
There are double glazed windows to the front and secondary glazing to the rooms at the rear of the property.
If coming from the south, turn left just after Lindsay & Co shop and park. Roselea is back on the main road opposite the main Lindsay & Co shop.
If travelling from the north turn right just before Lindsay & Co shop.