Monster Moves is delighted to bring to the market this deceptively spacious 3 bedroom bungalow in the coastal village of Golspie. The property built in 2006 has 3 bedrooms, living room, kitchen/diner, utility and bathroom. The garden is enclosed at the rear and has a private driveway.
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 offering miles of sand. Golspie is on the increasingly popular Route NC500 and 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.
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.
EPC – D
Tax Band – D
All rooms lead off from the entrance hall which is neutrally decorated and has laminate wood effect flooring.
A large room with neutral decor and a focal point fireplace with electric fire. Grey coloured carpet
The kitchen has beech effect base and wall units with an integrated dishwasher and fridge freezer, a ceramic hob and oven. There is space for a dining table and chairs.
The utilty is accessed from the kitchen and then leads out to the side of the property and the rear garden which is enclosed with a 6 ft fence. A worktop with sink and connections for washing machine and tumble drier below.
A double bedroom with double wardrobe and neutral decor. Window faces the front garden. Grey carpet
A double bedroom with double wardrobe and neutral decor. Window faces the rear garden. Grey carpet.
A single bedroom with double wardrobe and neutral decor. Window faces the rear garden. Blue carpet
The spacious bathroom consists of a white 3 piece bathroom; bath, w/c and washbasin and a corner shower unit with wetwall and a power shower from the mains.
The garden to the front has a metre high wall with wooden gates at the driveway. The rear garden has a 6 ft wooden fence all round and is mainly laid to grass. There are 2 wooden sheds included.
From the A9 take the road up the hill at the Golspie Inn on the north side of the village . Follow the road up the hill along Sibell Road where it takes a sharp right onto Argo Terrace then take the 2nd turning on your left on to Tower Street. Head all the way to the end of this road and the property Springfield can be found on the right
EPC Rating - D
Council Tax Band - D
Oil fired central heating
Brown uPVC windows
Carpets and blinds included
Internal space 95sq m