Offers Over £260,000 New Instruction
  • Stylish interiors
  • 2 reception lounges
  • Kitchen & utility
  • 3 bedrooms
  • Bathroom
  • Unique character property
  • Fully enclosed garden & 2 private driveways
  • Detached garage
  • Oil fired central heating
  • Double glazing

Superb opportunity to purchase a unique home, filled with an abundance of character and charm. Constructed circa 1900 and tastefully extended, the property enjoys all the benefits of countryside living, yet is within easy reach of Forres, Elgin and the seaside town of Nairn. Only by viewing can one appreciate the proportions of the accommodation, finished to a high standard throughout. Set on a generous plot with views to the open fields at the rear, the property boasts immaculate landscaped gardens and a substantial garage with excellent conversion potential. Decorated in neutral tones, this fabulous home will appeal to a wide range of purchasers, including growing families, professionals and downsizers alike. It will also appeal to those seeking an ideal work from home opportunity, or a holiday base to enjoy all that the Highlands has to offer. Early viewing is highly recommended.

The front door opens into the entrance hall, giving access to the lounge, kitchen, bedroom three, and the staircase to the upper floor. Positioned to the front elevation, the double aspect lounge features an open fire and ample space for dining. Glazed doors lead through to a second reception room positioned to the rear. Boasting a wood burning stove set on a slate hearth and patio doors to the garden, the second lounge is a lovely bright space. The recently fitted shaker style kitchen features a great range of base and wall units, in addition to an electric Rangemaster cooker. Integrated appliances include a larder fridge, dishwasher and extractor hood. A door gives access to the utility/rear porch with space for free standing appliances, further storage, and secondary access to the garden. Additional storage is provided within the deep under stair cupboard. Ground floor bedroom three is a front facing double, with ample space for free standing furniture.

The staircase leads up to the bright upper landing with a quirky display area. Bedroom one is generously proportioned and double aspect, featuring two large velux windows and a double fitted wardrobe. Currently utilised as a craft room, bedroom two is also complemented double aspect velux windows and a fitted wardrobe. Excellent additional storage is provided by way of two walk-in cupboards in the upper hall, offering the potential to create an en-suite shower room in bedroom two, if desired. The bathroom is flooded with natural light, comprising a bath, corner shower, wash hand basin and WC.

Externally, the garden grounds must be seen to be fully appreciated. There are a variety of different areas to enjoy, including a patio for outdoor entertaining, pond and a beautiful rockery. Mostly laid to low maintenance gravel and paving and very generous in size, the garden offers excellent potential to extend the property. The top of the garden takes in stunning views of the surrounding countryside. Benefiting from three different sections, the substantial garage offers excellent workshop, art studio or additional accommodation potential. Two gated private driveways, accessible via a shared access lane to the side of the house, provide parking for several vehicles. The external log store is included in the sale.

The peaceful village of Dallas lies in the heart of Moray, in close proximity to the banks of the River Lossie. Dallas is conveniently only ten miles from Elgin, eight miles from Forres and eighteen miles from the award winning Nairn beaches and golf courses. There are several whisky distilleries in the area and numerous woodland walks. Primary pupils attend the highly regarded Dallas Primary school only a one minute walk from the property. Secondary education is provided at Forres Academy, a school bus operates from the village. Dalcross airport is approximately 25 miles distant, opening up travel to several UK cities and Europe beyond. The highland capital city of Inverness provides an extensive range of retail, leisure and entertainment facilities, in addition to road and rail links to the north and south.


Accommodation:-

Entrance hall 3.55m x 2.13m (at widest point)

Lounge/dining 4.97m x 4.41m

Lounge two 4.74m x 3.95m

Kitchen 4.47m x 3.37m (at widest point)

Utility/rear porch 2.86m x 1.73m

Bedroom three 4.32m x 2.87m


Upper floor:-

Bedroom one 5.16m x 3.88m (at widest point)

Bedroom two 5.08m x 3.48m

Bathroom 3.70m x 1.89m

Double garage 11.49m x 5.63m

Internal garage log store 4.35m x 2.70m

Extras
All fitted floor coverings, curtains & blinds, light fittings (excluding Lounge/dining) range cooker, extractor hood, integrated larder fridge, dishwasher and the external log store is included in the sale. Some free standing appliances may be available by separate negotiation.

General and services
Mains water and drainage
Mains electricity and oil fired central heating
Double glazing

Council Tax Band - E
EPC - D

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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