Offers Over £142,000 Sold
  • Character property
  • Lounge
  • Kitchen
  • 2 double bedrooms
  • Contemporary bathroom
  • Period features
  • Secluded garden
  • Oil fired central heating
  • Partial double glazing
  • Private driveway

Superb opportunity to purchase a delightful cottage located in a peaceful semi-rural location. This semi-detached property, beautifully presented in neutral tones, will appeal to first time buyers, those wishing to down size, retirees and young families. It also offers excellent potential as a holiday home or buy to let investment. Formerly the village school house and tastefully extended in the 1970`s, the original stone built dwelling dates from circa 1850. Many original features have been retained and enhanced, such as traditional sash windows set into deep sills and solid panel shutters. There is partial double glazing and oil fired central heating throughout. Set on a secluded plot surrounded by mature forest, viewing of this immaculately presented property is highly recommended.

The cottage is accessed via a door to the rear which opens into a substantial reception area with lovely views out to the garden. Bright and airy, the spacious lounge boasts a multi fuel stove, set within the original Caithness stone fireplace and hearth. The former front entrance has been sympathetically transformed into a cosy nook just off the lounge, with a feature arch window and exposed stone walls. Recently fitted, the modern kitchen overlooks the rear and benefits from a good range of base and wall units, an integral electric oven and ceramic hob. The kitchen offers plenty of space for dining, a door gives access to the garden and log store. Bedroom one is of a very generous size, enjoying a high level of natural light from two sash windows facing the front. Bedroom two has a window to the side elevation and would make an ideal guest or child`s room. There is ample space for free standing storage in both bedrooms. Completing the accommodation is a beautiful contemporary bathroom with a mains powered rainfall shower over the bath.

The fully enclosed rear garden has a secluded feel, set against a scenic forest back drop. A patio area, perfect for outdoor entertaining, is nestled among mature trees and shrubs, and easy to maintain raised beds. The private driveway, accessed via a gate at the bottom of the garden, provides parking for several vehicles. There is second side gate giving access to the main entrance. Useful outdoor storage is provided by way of a timber out building with a low level car port.

Please note that some structural movement has been noted in the property. An engineers structural survey is available on request, in addition to the home report.

Culcharry is a small hamlet which lies approximately 4 miles to the south west of Nairn, 11 miles from the highland capital of Inverness and 1 mile from the village of Cawdor. Home to the historic Cawdor castle and gardens, this picturesque village benefits from a convenience store, an award-winning bar/restaurant and a highly regarded primary school. Nairn is a thriving seaside town, with award winning sandy beaches, a harbour and two championship golf courses. There are a wide range of shops, supermarkets, cafes/restaurants as well as a community and arts centre, hospital and police station. The abundance of leisure facilities includes tennis and squash courts, indoor and outdoor bowls and a fitness centre with swimming pool. The city of Inverness is easy commutable 11 miles west of Culcharry, providing an extensive range of retail, leisure and entertainment facilities plus road and rail links to the north and south. Inverness airport is only 7 miles distant which opens up travel to the rest of the UK and beyond.


Reception hall/dining area 3.19m x 3.06m

Lounge 5.53m x 5.20m

Kitchen 4.51m x 3.06m

Inner hall 1.87m x 1.84m

Bedroom 1 4.43m x 3.62m

Bedroom 2 3.67m x 2.46m

Bathroom 3.07m x 1.87m

All fitted floor coverings, light fittings, the kitchen blind, oven and hob are included in the sale.

General and services
Mains water and drainage
Mains electricity and gas
Council Tax Band - D

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 immediately and we will endeavour to assist you.

Viewing of this highly desirable property can be arranged through Eve McClelland on 01667 300911 or 01463 214911.

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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