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Grianan, Knockbain Road, Dingwall

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The property

This charming, detached house with integral double garage is benefitting from a central but tranquil location just 10 minutes walk to the centre of town and all the local amenities. In need of some modernisation, the accommodation comprises hall, spacious lounge overlooking the rear garden, kitchen, dining room, four bedrooms (master bedroom and bedroom 2 with en-suite and dressing room) and family bathroom. The property benefits from double glazed windows and a dual fuel (Bio Pellet Fuel and Oil) central heating system throughout, complemented with a wood burning stove in the dining room. The driveway to the front of the house, with parking for several vehicles, leads to an attached double garage with power and light. There are large gardens to the front and rear, mainly laid to lawn with mature shrubs and bushes. This property would make a lovely family home and has excellent B&B potential due to its location within the town and close proximity to the popular NC500 route.

Porch: 1.2m x 1.0m – L Shaped Hallway – 2.3m x 1.0m and 4.1m x 0.9m. Accessing dining room and master bedroom with dressing room and en-suite. Storage cupboard. One single power point. Smoke alarm. Carpet flooring.

Kitchen: 3.9m x 3.4m (at widest). Wall and base units with black composite sink and drainer. Range cooker with cooker hood. Dishwasher. Low level breakfast bar for dining. One radiator. Three double power points. One single power point. TV point. Wood flooring. Open doorway to dining room.

Dining room: 6.7m x 3.1m. Wood burning stove. One radiator. Four double power points. Wooden flooring. Sliding patio doors to lounge. Stairs to first floor.

Lounge: 8.0m x 4.1m. Spacious lounge with patio doors leading to patio area and rear garden. Brick fireplace with feature electric fire. Two large radiators. Five double power points. TV point. Open fire. Carpet flooring.

Master bedroom 1: 4.1m x 3.0m (at widest). Bright double aspect room with fitted wardrobes and drawers. One radiator. Three double power points. TV point. Carpet flooring. Arched doorway to – Dressing room – 2.9m x 2.1m. Fitted wardrobes. Two double power points. Laundry facilities. Carpet flooring. En-suite - 2.8m x 2.9m. WC and vanity wash hand basin. Shower enclosure with thermostatic control shower. Jacuzzi bath. Heated towel rail. Tiled flooring.

First floor landing: One radiator. One double power point. Smoke alarm. Large storage cupboard. Carpet flooring.

Bedroom 2: 5.4m x 3.1m. Fitted wardrobe. One radiator. Three double power points. Carpet flooring. Open to - Dressing room area and en-suite– 3.8m x 1.8m. WC and vanity wash hand basin. Shower enclosure with thermostatic shower. Heated towel rail. Extractor fan. Tiled flooring.

Bedroom 3: 5.4m x 3.0m. Overlooking rear garden. One radiator. Two double power points. Carpet flooring.

Bedroom 4: 3.4m x 2.6m. Overlooking rear garden. Hanging rail. One Radiator. Two double power points. Carpet Flooring.

Bathroom: 3.0m x 1.8m. WC ,bath and double vanity wash hand basin. Shower enclosure with electric shower. One radiator. Shaving point. Vinyl flooring.

Double integral garage: 5.9m x 5.3m. Double integral garage with power and light. One electric garage opener.

Garden: Gravel driveway to the front of the property with parking for several vehicles. Front garden laid to lawn with mature shrubs and borders. Large enclosed rear garden mainly laid to lawn with mature shrubs. Additional garden with vegetable patch. Patio area. Summerhouse.

The area

Dingwall is a market town with a long and rich history dating back to beyond the times when it was a Norse settlement. Sitting at the head of the Cromarty Firth, Dingwall was made a Royal Burgh in 1226 and the town and surrounding area is steeped in history. It is the county town of Ross-shire and has been a centre for trade, administration and justice since Norse times and to this day continues to be at the centre of county activity. Served by excellent transport links and easy to reach by road, rail or bus, Dingwall provides a great base from which to explore many interesting and varied local attractions. Local primary and secondary schools. Enjoy the excellent range of cultural and leisure facilities with swimming pool. A wide choice of national supermarkets, bank, post office, independents shops, cafes, restaurants and bars – easy access to outstanding countryside for hill walking and mountain bike trails.


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