About the Property
A four bedroomed detached villa with attached double garage and extensive garden grounds.
Situated on the outskirts of Castletown and Thurso, Nordal of Tain is an impressive, detached villa which offers contemporary and well-proportioned accommodation that is spread over two floors. The clever use of glazing throughout allows an abundance of natural light, generating a bright and airy environment and the room layout makes the most of the views over the garden and stunning countryside. Offering a wealth of features including four bedrooms, two bathrooms, loft space, double glazing, oil fired central heating, and a double garage, viewing is essential to appreciate the size of the accommodation on offer as well as the size of the plot it occupies. Upon entering the property via the entrance vestibule, you are met with a spacious entrance hall, which has a storage cupboard, and a staircase which ascends to the first floor landing. On the ground floor can be found a WC, two bedrooms (both benefiting from fitted storage facilities), a family bathroom, and a double aspect lounge which has a feature multi-fuel stove on Caithness stone, and has doors giving access to the hall and kitchen/dining room. The stunning kitchen/dining room forms the heart of the home and provides ample space for a large table and chairs and boats a useful breakfast island. This double aspect room is fitted with wall and base mounted units with oak worktops, has a 1½ bowl sink drainer with mixer tap, a dishwasher and a five ring, induction hob with extractor fan over and a double oven. Off the kitchen can be found a useful utility room which has a sink, plumbing for a washing machine, two storage cupboards and a door giving access to the rear vestibule and garden. From the landing, two bedrooms, a bathroom and the attic can be accessed. The stylish bathroom has a WC, a wash hand basin within a vanity unit, a tiled shower cubicle and a free-standing bath. The attic is generous in size and has potential for a variety of uses, subject to gaining the relevant warrants and permissions. Externally, the property sits on a plot extending to approximately 0.6 acres and is neighboured by woodland and countryside. The impressive garden grounds are laid to lawn and are completely private and not overlooked, with the boundaries being formed by fencing, mature trees and walling. There is a concrete driveway which provides ample space for turning and parking for a number of vehicles, and in turn leads to the double garage which has an inspection pit and is currently utilised as a home gym. Thurso is the larger of the two principal towns of Caithness. Nursery, primary, secondary and college education can be obtained within the town. There is a main line railway station and bus depot together with airport facilities which can be obtained in the nearby town of Wick. There are a number of amenities/facilities available in the town of Thurso including public swimming pool, leisure centre, squash club, with a range of shops and restaurants.
approx. 2.62m x 1.28m (approx. 8'7" x 4'2")
approx. 7.70m x 5.28m awp (approx. 25'3" x 17'3" a
approx. 7.15m x 4.17m (approx. 23'5" x 13'8")
approx. 4.96m x 3.02m (approx. 16'3" x 9'10")
approx. 1.46m x 1.46m (approx. 4'9" x 4'9")
approx. 1.69m x 2.63m (approx. 5'6" x 8'7")
approx. 4.48m x 4.62m (approx. 14'8" x 15'1")
approx. 4.47m x 4.24m (approx. 14'7" x 13'10")
approx. 1.27m x 2.76m (approx. 4'1" x 9'0")
approx,. 4.52m x 3.66m (approx,. 14'9" x 12'0")
approx. 3.25m x 3.52m (approx. 10'7" x 11'6" )
approx. 2.89m x 3.24m (approx. 9'5" x 10'7")
approx 4.46m x 15.2m awp (approx 14'7" x 49'10" aw
approx. 4.65m x 5.72m (approx. 15'3" x 18'9")
Mains water and electricity. Drainage is to a septic tank.
All carpets, fitted floor coverings, curtains and blinds.
Double glazing throughout.
COUNCIL TAX BAND
Strictly by appointment via Munro & Noble/Georgesons Telephone 01955 602222
By mutual agreement.
Home report valuation £255,000
A full home report is available via Munro & Noble website.