About the Property
Charming five bed property, centrally located within The Royal Burgh of Tain. With large rear garden, mature trees, off street parking and single garage.
8 Knockbreck Street is an attractive stone built, semi-detached five bedroom house ideally located close to the centre of Tain and within walking distance to all local amenities including Knockbreck Primary School and Tain Royal Academy. The property is perfectly placed for the Tain Links Circuit walk. In need of modernisation, the accommodation consists of large entrance hallway, spacious lounge with open fire, kitchen with pantry, dining room, five bedrooms, study/bedroom six, store room, family bathroom and WC. Space heating is provided by way of a direct access electric boiler supplying water filled radiators complemented with an open fire in the lounge. There are single glazed windows with internal secondary glazed units. The large hallway gives access to the lounge, dining room, bedroom one, WC and the staircase which leads on to the first-floor landing from which four bedrooms and the study can be entered. A further set of steps lead on to the smaller bedroom and the store. The kitchen is fully fitted with wall and base mounted units with worktops and tiled splashbacks, a stainless steel sink with drainer and mixer tap. It has a large pantry to the side and gives access to the dining room which is adequately sized for family meal times or dinner parties. Access to the utility space within the rear hallway and back entrance is via the kitchen. Externally there is a large, fully enclosed, well-maintained garden to the rear with a further section of garden housing a double garage which is accessed via Knockbreck Road. This property would be an ideal family home. 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. The High Street in Tain is steps away, where the professional, medical and banking services can be found. The town has a medical practice, Lidl, Co-op, Tesco, Asda, a variety of local shops and hotels. 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 and bus service goes from Tain to Inverness daily.
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approx 3.55m x 2.74m (at widest point) (approx 1
approx 3.56m x 1.44m (approx 11'8" x 4'8")
approx 1.92m x 1.17m (approx 6'3" x 3'10")
approx 2.16m x 1.63m (approx 7'1" x 5'4")
approx 3.76m x 3.16m (at widest point) (approx 12'
approx 4.27m x 4.5m (at widest point) (approx 14'0
approx 4.08m x 3.66m (approx 13'4" x 12'0")
approx 3.55m x 1.46m (approx 11'7" x 4'9")
approx 2.63m x 2.26m (approx 8'7" x 7'4")
approx 3.02m x 2.27m (approx 9'10" x 7'5")
approx 3.83m x 3.45m (approx 12'6" x 11'3")
approx 4.55m x 4.28m (approx 14'11" x 14'0")
approx 2.51m x 2.36m (approx 8'2" x 7'8")
Mains water, electricity and drainage.
All carpets, fitted floor coverings.
Electric central heating.
Secondary glazed windows throughout.
COUNCIL TAX BAND
Strictly by appointment via Munro & Noble/Georgesons -Telephone 01862 892555
By mutual agreement.
Home Report Valuation - £185,000
A full Home Report is available via Munro & Noble website.