- 4 Bedroom Detached House
- Virtual viewings are available for this property
- Stunning Panoramic Views
- Family Home in walk in condition
- Raised decking and stream
- Home report and floor plan on Monster Moves website
It is set in the rural area of Backies on the hill above Golspie and faces across the Glen to Ben Bhraggie with its miles of footpaths and famous bike trails yet only 1 mile walk to the village of Golspie with its award-winning beach, 18 hole Golf course and Dunrobin Castle.
Golspie has all the local amenities that you would need:- Doctors, Dentist, Hospital, Primary School, High School, fish merchants, butchers and of course a very community spirited village. Situated on the NC 500 route and A9 and only 15 mins drive to The Royal Dornoch Golf Course, Golspie has excellent public transport links and is only a 1hr drive from the City of Inverness with a further 15 minutes to Inverness Airport.
Viewing is highly recommended to appreciate this properties full potential.
ENTRANCE HALL (2.9m x 5.4m)
The main entrance into this house is through a glass panelled door with glass panels either side and into a spacious hallway, an archway leads to the hall with an open tread stairway and large Velux window above, giving lots of light in this room. The hall is neutrally decorated and has a tile floor. Doorways take you into the Living room, kitchen and the fourth bedroom/snug.
LIVING ROOM (5.0m x 5.0m)
On entering this grand living room you are automatically drawn to the stunning panorama that is viewed through the triple, floor to ceiling windows with sliding door. The door leads you out on to the raised decking to further enjoy the views. This magnificent room has a feature fireplace set in the wall and laminate flooring throughout. The check curtains that frame the window so well are also included.
DINING ROOM (3.8m x 3.4m)
The dining room also has the same view through its patio doors that also leads out on to the decking. From the dining room, there are doors into the living room and the kitchen. Laminate floor and curtains are included.
KITCHEN (3.7m x 5.2m)
A great family kitchen ideal for families and entertaining This well laid out kitchen has ample white base and wall units, breakfast bar and a wall of glass cabinets for display. Plumbed for dishwasher and washing machine and integrated double oven, fridge freezer and 6 burner ceramic hob with stainless steel hood above. A black and white check floor continues throughout and there is a glass door leading to the side garden which is east facing and has a patio area for breakfast in the sun.
BEDROOM 4 (4.5m x 3.3m)
Bedroom 4, a double sized room, is downstairs and is presently used as a second sitting room with a door leading out to the side east facing garden. It is neutrally decorated, carpeted and has dual aspect windows.
CLOAKROOM & UTILITY (2.0m x 1.8m)
The cloakroom has a white w/c and washbasin and is also presently used as a utility room with a dryer in but it has ample room to put in a walk-in shower.
MASTER BEDROOM (4.0m x 4.0m)
The master bedroom is spacious with a dressing room and an en suite. The room has a large picture window with the views over the glen.
EN SUITE (1.0m x 5.0m)
The en suite has a magnificent view west along the glen. There is a w/c and freestanding oval washbasin above fitted with white vanity unit. A lit mirror and shaving point. The large walk-in shower with power shower and slate effect tiles.
BEDROOM 2 (3.2m x 3.6m)
A double bedroom with east-facing window. A feature wall and fitted carpet.
BEDROOM 3 (2.2m x 2.9,m)
A double bedroom with a south-facing window. A feature wall and fitted carpet.
FAMILY BATHROOM (2.2m x 2.1m)
The bathroom has been newly renovated and has a white 3 piece suite, bath, w/c and washbasin is in a white vanity unit and a corner shower. The room is fully tiled and has cleverly recessed shelving.
BOXROOM (1.9m x 1.6m)
A boxroom which is presently used for storage.
The property sits centrally on the plot and is surrounded wire fencing on three sides and the boundary to the west is the stream that flows along the boundary.
There is a patio area to the east, a large decked area to the front-facing south and a bespoke seating barbecue area to the west. The garden is surrounded by trees to the north and has an abundance of birds that visit the feeders including woodpeckers.
Head along the A9 through Golspie. Pass the exit at Dunrobin castle and take the 2nd road on the left to Backies and under the railway bridge. Follow the single track road up past the sawmill and drive for another mile, take the road to the right at the junction. About 300 yards along you will see the Monster Moves sign pointing to the white house on the right.
Central heating - Gas boiler and tank is placed in the garden.
Mains water supply
Drainage to septic tank
EPC Rating - F
Council Tax band - E