About the Property
A two bedroom, end terraced house, situated close to the town centre in the charming town of Tain.
7 Duke Street is a well proportioned, two bedroom, end terraced house, with a sunny south-facing garden, conveniently located close to Tain town centre. This property would suit a variety of purchasers including first time buyers and buy-to-let investors. The accommodation throughout is spread over two floors, with the ground floor comprising of an entrance hallway with under stair storage cupboard, lounge, kitchen/diner and separate WC/utility. The stairway leading to the first floor takes you to the two bedrooms and the family bathroom. The bright lounge has wood effect laminate flooring and patio doors leading out to a paved area, perfect for outdoor dining and summer barbecues. The kitchen is complete with wall and base mounted units, with full height end quadrant shelving, integrated gas hob with extractor fan, integrated electric oven, stainless steel 1 ½ sink unit with mixer tap, wood flooring and fifteen pane glass double doors leading to the hallway. A convenient WC/utility next to the kitchen has a vanity wash hand basin, white wall tiles and is plumbed for a washing machine. Two double bedrooms on the first floor, both with built-in wardrobes, have double aspect windows to allow natural light to flood in. The family bathroom has a WC, a wash hand basin within a vanity unit, a tiled shower cubicle and a bath. Further pleasing features include LPG central heating, double glazing and on-street parking to the front.
Externally, the property sits on an end plot allowing for all day sunshine, has a block-built wall and timber fence enclosing the garden which is laid to lawn. Tain is a Royal Burgh and post town in the committee area of Ross and Cromarty, in the Highlands. The town has several attractions such as Tain Tolbooth and St Duthus Collegiate Church and also boasts a local history museum, Tain Through Time, and the Glenmorangie Distillery. Medical and banking services can be found along with a Post Office, Lidl, Co-op, ASDA, Tesco, and a variety of local shops and hotels, two primary schools and a secondary school. A number of recreational pursuits can be enjoyed in the area such as golf, bowls and tennis. The Highland capital, Inverness is 34 miles to the south where all major transport links can be found. A commuter train goes from Tain to Inverness daily.
approx 4.82m x 3.15m (approx 15'9" x 10'4")
approx 2.14m x 2.05m (approx 7'0" x 6'8")
approx 4.80m x 4.00m (approx 15'8" x 13'1")
approx 4.72m x 3.35m (approx 15'5" x 10'11")
approx 2.84m x 1.80m (approx 9'3" x 5'10")
approx4.70m x 2.40m (approx15'5" x 7'10")
Mains water, electricity, and drainage.
All floor coverings.
Gas central heating.
Double glazed windows throughout
COUNCIL TAX BAND
Strictly by appointment via Munro & Noble - Telephone 01862 892555.
By mutual agreement.
Home report Valuation - £120,000
A full home report is available via Munro & Noble website.