About the Property
A traditional, three bedroomed end-terraced cottage located in the hamlet of Jemimaville. It is fully double glazed, boasts a timber workshop and benefits from having a garden to the rear that incorporates an area for off- street parking.
This charming end-terraced cottage, which has been extended, is situated in the hamlet on Jemimaville, close to the village of Cromarty, and enjoys uninterrupted views over the glorious Cromarty Firth. The accommodation within is spread over two floors, is double glazed throughout, and has two separate staircases to access the first floor accommodation. It will suit a variety of potential purchasers including families, or those looking for a property with excellent holiday let potential. The ground floor accommodation consists of an entrance hall (with a storage cupboard) a dining room which is double aspect and boasts wood burner stove, a double aspect kitchen/breakfast room, and a cosy lounge with feature wood burning stove on a slate hearth, French doors opening onto the rear garden and which benefits from views towards the Cromarty Firth. Off the lounge can be found a handy shower room with a WC and wash hand basin and from here, stairs rise to the extended first floor accommodation which comprises a small landing and the principle bedroom. The kitchen/breakfast room provides space for informal dining and also benefits from a wood burner stove on a tiled surround. There are wall and base mounted units with worktops, a 1 ½ stainless steel sink drainer with mixer tap, splashbacks and plumbing for a washing machine. Included in the sale is a free-standing electric cooker, fridge and freezer, and a tumble dryer. From the entrance hall, stairs rise to the original first floor accommodation and consists of two double aspect bedrooms which have combed ceilings, and the family bathroom which has a three piece suite comprising a bath with shower over, a wash hand basin and a WC and is completed with complimentary tiling. Externally, the cottage has a sizeable enclosed garden to the rear elevation that is a combination of lawn, and patio, and has a number of shrubs, flower beds, as well a raised vegetable bed. There is also gravel area for parking, a shed, and a enclosed area of lawn which has storage for bikes and bins. An added feature of the this property is the deceptively spacious timber workshop/studio which has power, lighting and ample storage throughout. Viewing is recommended to fully appreciate the size of the accommodation within and its picturesque location. Jemimaville lies approximately 5 miles west of Cromarty and primary schooling can be found at Resolis Primary School some four miles distant. Older children would attend Fortrose Academy and Jemimaville is within commuting distance of both the town of Dingwall and the city of Inverness where a wide range of shops and services can be found.
approx 4.03m x 4.21m (approx 13'2" x 13'9")
approx 4.29m x 4.12m (at widest point) (approx 14'
approx 2.99m x 4.67m (approx 9'9" x 15'3")
approx 2.08m x 1.08m (at widest point) (approx 6'9
approx 3.56m x 3.74m (approx 11'8" x 12'3")
approx 2.15m x 4.05m (approx 7'0" x 13'3")
approx 2.58m x 1.42m (at widest point) (approx 8'5
approx 3.70m x 4.01m (at widest point) (approx 12'
approx 3.53m x 7.96m (approx 11'6" x 26'1")
Mains water, electricity, and drainage.
All carpets, fitted floor coverings, blinds and white goods.
There is no central heating system within the property. Space heating is by means of three wood burners within the property. This is supplemented by a plug in style electric panel heater within one of the first floor bedrooms, the entrance hall, and there is also under floor heating in the bathroom.
Double glazed windows throughout.
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By mutual agreement.
Home Report Valuation - £200,000
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