Fixed Price £350,000 Under Offer
  • Rarely available
  • 2 reception rooms
  • Kitchen
  • 2 bedrooms (both en-suite) & 2 study
  • WC
  • Flexible accommodation
  • Private rear garden
  • Allocated residents parking
  • Gas central heating
  • Mixed glazing

Fabulous opportunity to purchase a highly desirable and unique character property, situated on a quiet, sought after residential street in the heart of the west end. One of three homes tastefully converted within the historic Clifton Hotel building, the property is set over three floors, boasting exceptional room proportions, flexible accommodation, and stunning sea and beach views from the upper floors. The property retains a wealth of period features reflecting the splendour of a bygone era, including a grand reception room and main lounge, ornate chandeliers, high ceilings, decorative ceiling roses and cornicing, to name but a few. Complemented by stylish interiors and fantastic potential to develop the garden space at the rear, this stunning and rarely available home will appeal to a wide range of purchasers. Early viewing is highly recommended.

The front door opens into a spacious entrance vestibule, giving access to the impressive entrance hall, reception room two, utility room, ground floor WC, and the staircase to the first floor. Currently utilised as a music room, reception room two offers flexible use, featuring the original stone floor, double doors to a Juliette balcony, and access to the kitchen. Stepping down from the music room, the fabulous main lounge was formerly a ballroom, boasting exceptional proportions and flooded with natural light by way of a triple aspect outlook. A fabulous antique chandelier and a grand stone fireplace provide impressive focal points, in addition to the sizeable wood burner and carved wooden mantle piece. There is ample space for a large dining table and chairs within the room. French doors lead through to the spacious conservatory, offering flexible use and a door to the rear garden. A second door within the lounge gives access to the galley kitchen, featuring a good range of base and wall units. Integrated appliances include an electric oven & grill, ceramic hob and extractor hood. The free standing dishwasher and fridge/freezer are included in the sale. The utility room provides further storage, a Belfast sink and space for free standing appliances. A WC completes the accommodation on the ground floor.

The staircase leads to the bright first floor landing, a long hallway, bedroom two, a study/home office, and the staircase to the second floor. Boasting partial sea views and a wood burner set on a Caithness stone hearth, rear facing bedroom two currently provides a third reception room. A door gives access to the en-suite bathroom, comprising a separate mains powered shower, wash hand basin with vanity storage and WC. The hallway, featuring generous built-in shelving, leads to the front facing study, offering the flexibility to be utilised as a home office or nursery. An additional potential study exists, within a deep walk-in cupboard with a window on this floor. Fantastic additional storage is provided within the partially floored loft space with ladder access.

The second staircase leads to the fabulous master suite on the top floor, boasting a well proportioned bedroom with wall to wall fitted storage. Two feature windows take in the stunning panoramic views over mature trees and parkland, to the beach and Moray Firth beyond. The recently fitted contemporary en-suite bathroom has been finished to an exceptional standard, complemented by a stylish free standing bath, a double shower recess, ambient lighting and under floor heating. A picture window above the bath provides further scenic views.

Accessible from the conservatory, the rear garden is set over two levels. At the top level adjacent to the house, there is an area of wooden decking. Steps lead down to the lower level, featuring a wide variety of mature trees, shrubs and a small pond. This garden area presents an ideal opportunity for development. A sizeable cellar with external door access provides useful storage. The impressive communal driveway to the front of the building is accessible from two sides, bordered by mature trees and a stone wall. There are two allocated private parking spaces and ample on street parking in the vicinity.

Nairn is a thriving seaside town, with sandy beaches, a harbour and two championship golf courses.There are a wide range of shops, supermarkets, cafes, restaurants, a community/arts centre and hospital. The abundance of leisure facilities includes tennis and squash courts, indoor and outdoor bowls, and a fitness centre with indoor swimming pool. Primary schooling is provided at Rosebank or Millbank Primary, secondary pupils attend Nairn Academy. The highland capital city of Inverness lies approximately fifteen miles to the west, providing an extensive range of retail, leisure and entertainment facilities, in addition to road and rail links to the north and south. Inverness airport is only eight miles distant, opening up travel to several UK cities and international airports beyond.


Accommodation:-

Ground floor:-

Entrance vestibule 3.90m x 1.30m

Entrance hall 7.26m (at longest point) x 1.30m

Inner hall 3.54m (at longest point) x 1.96m (at widest point)

Dining room 5.02m x 3.54m

Lounge 7.23m (at longest point) x 4.91m (at widest point)

Conservatory 5.62m (at widest point) x 2.61m

Kitchen 4.32m x 2.79m (at widest point)

Utility 3.07m x 1.73m (at longest point)

WC 2.53m x 1.73m


First floor:-

Bedroom two/lounge two 5.11m x 3.63m

En-suite 3.06m (at widest point) x 1.73m (at longest point)

Upper hall 7.30m (at longest point) x 2.99m (at widest point)

Box room/home office 3.90m (at longest point) x 1.33m


Second floor:-

Master bedroom 4.89m (at longest point) x 3.47m (at widest point)

Master en-suite 4.00m (at widest point) x 3.83m (at longest point)


Extras
All fitted floor coverings, blinds, curtains, fixed light fittings, integrated oven, grill, hob, extractor fan, free standing fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, under counter utility room freezer and the log store are included in the sale.

General and services
Mains water and drainage
Mains electricity & gas
Mixed glazing

Council Tax Band - G
EPC - E

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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