Rothlyn, Main Street, Golspie, KW10 6TQ

£150,000
  • Ref: MMKW10150620KB
  • Type: Link Detached House
  • Availability: Under Offer
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Reception Rooms: 2
  • Tenure: Freehold

Property Features

  • 3 bedroom detached cottage
  • Views out to sea
  • Newly refurbished
  • An ideal investment property
  • Property sits on NC500
  • Home report and floor plan on Monster Moves website

Property Summary

This three bedroom house, is in walk-in-condition, and is centrally located in the picturesque village of Golspie on the NC500 route. The property was fully renovated in July 2018 and has been upgraded to a modern home or as an investment property for self catering accommodation. There is a yard to the rear of the property where the garden can be extended and create off street parking and a garage (planning permission approval)

Golspie village is on the main A9 trunk road on fertile coastal land and enjoys the milder climate of the east coast of Sutherland and nestles below Ben Bhraggie. 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.

EPC - D

Tax Band - B

Full Details

LIVING ROOM (3.3m x 4.2m)
The living room leads off from the hall through a glass panelled door and is neutrally decorated with laminate grey wood effect. The walk kitchen is to the rear of this room.

KITCHEN/DINER (4.3m x 2.5m)
This spacious kitchen diner has painted wooden base units in grey with wood effect laminate worktop. There is an integrated induction hob, oven and dishwasher with space for an under counter fridge. A large window has views up to Ben Bhraggie and there is space for a dining table. the room os neutrally decorated and has downlights in the ceiling.

SHOWER ROOM (2.4m x 2.1m)
A modern shower room with a large walk in rain shower,a white basin and w/c. The tiled floor has underfloor heating and a chrome heated towel rail. neutrally decorated with tiles

BEDROOM 1 (downstairs) (3.6m x 2.8m)
This room is presently used as a bedroom but could also be a dining room or office.

STAIRS & LANDING
The stairs and landing are carpeted in a silver grey carpet and the landing at the top of the stairs has ample storage for drawers etc. and has a velux window for natural light.

BEDROOM 2 (3.4m x 2.7m)
A double bedroom neutrally decorated and floored with silver grey carpet. A dormer window to the front over looking the sea and a velux window to the rear looking up to Ben Bhraggie.

BEDROOM 3 (3.3m x 2.7m)
A double bedroom neutrally decorated and floored with silver grey carpet. A dormer window to the front over looking the sea and a velux window to the rear looking up to Ben Bhraggie.

GARDEN & SHED
The garden is to the rear of the property and has a fenced back yard with a gate to the rear. This area is partly paved and has chippings. A good sized shed (6m x 8m) with light power and water. This is used for storage and presently as a utility room. The washing machine is plumbed in and there is a freezer space.
Beyond the fenced area is a yard that leads out to the street behind. This area as well as extending the garden is suited to off street parking and space to build a garage.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
July 2018 - New uPVC windows and doors
- guttering, downpipes and fascias
- new flat roof - EPDM rubber roof
- made to measure blinds on all windows

DIRECTIONS
Coming through Golspie from the south along the A9, the house is on the left, just before and opposite the NISA shop and beach car park on the right.

Virtual Tour

Property Location

Contact Office

Monster Moves Head Office
Thistle House
Main Street
Golspie
Highlands
KW10 6TG

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