About the Property
A lovely, semi-detached, three bedroomed villa with well-proportioned accommodation that has oil heating, double glazed windows and attractive garden grounds.
Milton House is an charming C-listed, semi-detached Victorian villa located in the quiet village of Milton and obtains many of its original features including a fireplace, wooden floors and high ceilings. The accommodation is spread over three floors with a flexible layout and well-proportioned rooms, making this an ideal purchase for those looking for a good size family home. Further pleasing features include oil heating and mixed glazing. On entering the property, you are met with an entrance hall, off which can be found a lounge with a cosy open fire which provides a focal point, an inner hall, a WC and a kitchen/diner. This room has ample space for a table and chairs, has glass panelled doors which open onto the lounge, perfect for entertaining, and two large windows, allowing plenty of natural light. There is excellent storage, and the room is fitted with wall and base mounted units with worktops, a 1½ stainless steel sink, with drainer and mixer tap, and has a washing machine, and integral appliances consisting of an electric hob with extractor over, and an electric oven. The inner hall provides space for a fridge-freezer and there is a door which gives access to the rear garden. From the entrance hall, stairs rise to the first floor accommodation which comprises a landing, the family bathroom which has a WC, a wash hand basin and a bath and a bedroom. This sizeable room boasts a double fitted wardrobe with sliding doors, plus a cupboard with shelving. On the second floor can be found a landing with storage cupboard and two double bedrooms, both having fitted storage facilities. All three bedrooms are double aspect rooms having windows to the front and rear elevations, from which views over the rear garden can be enjoyed. Milton House has garden grounds to the front and rear elevation, with the front garden being laid to lawn, with walling and iron fencing and shrubs. To the side of the property runs a shared driveway which provides space for off-street parking, and leads to a well-placed lock and block patio area. There is a garage and a coal/log store, providing external storage. The beautiful rear garden is a combination of mature trees, walling, and has a number hedges and lovely fruit trees. Local amenities in Invergordon include primary and secondary schools, supermarket shopping, restaurants, medical centre and bus routes. More amenities can be found in Alness and include supermarket shopping and High Street shops. There is a regular bus service to and from Inverness City Centre approx. 22 miles away where a comprehensive range of amenities can be found.
approx 4.44m x 4.81m (approx 14'6" x 15'9")
approx 4.65m x 4.11m (approx 15'3" x 13'5")
approx 2.55m x 1.08m (approx 8'4" x 3'6")
approx 3.38m x 1.68m at widest point (approx 11'1
approx 4.48m x 4.81m at widest point (approx 14'8
approx 3.61m x 4.45m (approx 11'10" x 14'7")
approx 4.46m x 3.60m (approx 14'7" x 11'9")
Mains water, electricity, and drainage.
All carpets, fitted floor coverings, curtains and white goods. Some items of furniture may be available by separate negotiation.
Oil fired central heating.
COUNCIL TAX BAND
Strictly by appointment via Munro & Noble Property Shop -Telephone 01463 22 55 33.
By mutual agreement.
Home Report Valuation - £200,000
A full Home Report is available via Munro & Noble website.