McEwan Fraser Legal are pleased to offer a very rare opportunity to purchase this imposing and historical property which was originally built circa 1805 as the local salmon inspectors house. It was further extended not much later to create a shop attached to the dwelling but was converted back into full residential use in 2008 by the current owners.
This substantial property has been constructed over three floors with ground floor accommodation consisting of the library with its extensive fitted book shelves, snug lounge, kitchen with oil-fired Rayburn stove, family/dining room, bedroom with en-suite shower-room, conservatory and easy access shower-room. The first floor is made up of a further three full height ceiling bedrooms, modern bathroom with deep soaking hydrotherapy bath. This floor is completed by a large hobby room/studio with a large storage area.
The attic floor consists of two bedrooms, one with dressing room and en-suite WC. The property also benefits from oil-fired central heating and modern double-glazing. In addition, the 16 solar panels produce an additional income of approximately £1000 per annum and a substantially reduced electricity costs.
The rear garden is laid mainly to paved patio and there is an extensive wood stock included which would keep the two wood-burners in the library and snug lounge going for many a day. This property has wonderful potential to make a lovely family home or possibly a guest house/bed & breakfast establishment.
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