Offers Over £70,000 Available
  • Ideal starter home or buy to let investment
  • Open plan lounge/kitchen
  • Double bedroom
  • Shower room
  • Off street parking
  • Convenient location
  • Security entrance
  • Electric heating
  • Double glazing

Set within a converted former whisky distillery building, the property is conveniently located only a few minutes' walk from the town centre, train station and a variety of restaurants, supermarkets and local amenities. Bright and well proportioned, the apartment will appeal to first time buyers, and those seeking a buy to let investment or a holiday base to explore the highlands and islands. Viewing is highly recommended.

Entering Cambrai House via the secure main entrance door from Station Road, the stair well lead up to a brightly lit landing and the front door to number 6. The accommodation comprises an entrance hall, open plan lounge/kitchen, a shower room and one double bedroom. The kitchen features modern wall and base units, a breakfast bar, integrated electric oven, induction hob, extractor fan and space for a washing machine. Providing ample space for dining, the lounge benefits from stunning views across farm land to the Black Isle beyond. Wall mounted cupboards and a deep built in wardrobe within the rear facing double bedroom offer decent storage. Additional storage is available by way of a cupboard in the hall and in the partially floored loft. A bright shower room with a wet walled cubicle and Mira Sports shower completes the accommodation.

Ample off street parking is available adjacent to the development.

The highland town of Dingwall boasts a wide variety of amenities including High Street shops, restaurants, supermarkets, a leisure centre, sports ground and hospital to name a few. The train and bus station offer an easy commute to Inverness. The Highland capital of Inverness is located approximately fourteen miles distant with an abundance of retail and leisure facilities. Dalcross airport lies only twenty miles to the east. An Ideal location to explore the north of Scotland and easy access to the popular NC500 route.


Accommodation:

Hall 2.34m (at widest point) x 2.90m (at widest point)

Lounge 4.15m x 3.43m

Kitchen 2.49m x 2.39m

Bedroom 3.80m (at widest point) x 2.86m (at widest point)

Shower room 2.40m x 1.85m


Extras
All fitted floor coverings, blinds, light fittings, integrated electric oven, electric induction hob and the extractor hood included in the sale.


General and services
Mains water and drainage
Mains electricity & electric storage heating
Double glazing
Factoring fees

Council Tax Band - B
EPC - C

Disclaimer
Whilst we endeavour to make these particulars as accurate as possible, they do not form any part of any contract on offer, nor are they guaranteed. Measurements are approximate and, in most cases, are taken using a digital/sonic measuring device and are taken to the widest point. We have not tested the electricity, gas or water services or any appliances. Photographs are reproduced for general information, and it must not be inferred that any item is included for sale with the property. If there is any part of this that you find misleading or you simply wish clarification on any point, please contact our office.

Notice
Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.

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