Offers Over £180,000 Under Offer
  • Exceptionally spacious interior
  • Lounge
  • Kitchen/diner
  • 3/4 bedrooms
  • Bathroom
  • Rarely available property
  • Gas central heating
  • Double glazing
  • Communal garden

Fabulous opportunity to purchase a beautifully presented first floor apartment, conveniently located in the heart of the town centre. Thoughtfully restored by the current owner, the property retains a wealth of original period features which bring character and charm to the home. High ceilings, deep skirting, deep window sills, elaborate ceiling roses and decorative cornicing, reflect the splendour of a bygone era. Whilst the building itself is not included on the listed register, it is a building of historical significance. The Duke of Cumberland resided in a room to the rear of the building, originally the Roses of Kilravock town house, before the Battle of Culloden in 1746. Only by viewing can one fully appreciate the stylish interior, complimented by a bright and airy feel throughout. This highly desirable home will appeal to a wide range of buyers including growing families, professionals and first time buyers alike. It will also attract investors seeking a holiday let which offers great potential to generate excellent returns.

A wrought iron gated close leads from the High Street to the main entrance of the building. Located on the first floor, flat 1 shares an immaculately maintained communal stairway with the second floor apartment. An ornate staircase curves up to the impressive entrance door. At over 13 metres in length, the grand inner hall gives access to all the rooms. The generously proportioned lounge is positioned to the front, benefiting from two large windows which flood the room with natural light. An open fire with feature tiling set on a Caithness stone hearth, provides a central focal point. Positioned to the rear, the kitchen benefits from a good range of of base and wall units, in addition to a large free standing storage unit. There is ample space for a sizeable dining table and chairs. Further kitchen storage is provided by way of a deep cupboard housing the boiler. Bedroom one is a beautiful room, of a very generous size. Two large windows, complimented by deep window seats containing storage and recently fitted shutters, give a view to the rooftops and street below. A traditional Edinburgh press cupboard provides storage. Steps lead down from the bedroom to a separate dressing room/gym, boasting a triple floor to ceiling mirrored wardrobe built to the current owners` bespoke design. Bedrooms two and three are also to the front of the building. Both generously proportioned doubles with high ceilings and cornicing, bedroom two has a feature fireplace and a deep window seat with storage. Bedroom two offers the flexibility to be converted into a spacious en-suite bathroom accessible from bedroom one. This could be facilitated by utilising the back to back Edinburgh press cupboards as access. Likewise, the existing door between bedroom two and three could provide access to an en-suite. Bedroom four, a decent sized single, is currently utilised as a cosy snug/home office. A traditional style bathroom, featuring a mains powered shower over the bath, completes the living accommodation.

The property enjoys a generous area of communal garden ground to the rear, perfect for outdoor entertaining during the summer months. The garden is low maintenance, mostly laid to paving. A security gate gives direct access to the free public car park at the rear.

Nairn is a thriving seaside town, with sandy beaches, a busy 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 an indoor swimming pool. The city of Inverness is approximately fifteen miles to the west of Nairn, providing an extensive range of retail, leisure and entertainment facilities plus road and rail links to the north and south. Inverness airport is only 8 miles distant which opens travel to the rest of the UK and Europe.


Inner hall 13.12m x 1.95 (at widest point)

Lounge 5.79m x 4.24m (at widest point)

Kitchen 5.08m (at longest point) x 3.47m

Bedroom one 5.54m (at widest point) x 4.46m

Bedroom two 4.18m (at longest point) x 3.39m

Bedroom three 4.23m (at longest point) x 3.01m

Bedroom four/snug 3.45m (at longest point) x 2.54m

All fitted floor coverings, light fittings, electric oven, hob, free standing kitchen unit and the extractor hood are included in the sale. Some items of furniture are available by separate negotiation.

General and services
Mains water and drainage
Mains electricity and gas

Council Tax Band - C

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 property is highly recommended and 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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