Situated between the villages of Roy Bridge and Spean Bridge, this property and location offer easy access to cafes, hotels, restaurants and schools. There is a bus service running to Fort William, approximately 20 kilometres to the South West. Fort William is the economic and administrative hub of Lochaber, with shops, supermarkets, banks, offices etc. Fort William and Lochaber are known as “The Outdoor Capital of the UK” with Ben Nevis, gondola accessed ski slopes, the White Sands of Morar, Caledonian Canal, the Ice Factor, the 5 star Inverlochy Castle Hotel and numerous and varied outdoor activities (sedate and adventurous) all within easy reach. For travelers from further afield, this part of the Highlands is now easily reachable via Inverness airport, and the Fort William to London train route.
Maol Ruadh, part of the development at the Knoll, Inverroy, sits at the end of a cul-de-sac, and boasts outstanding panoramic views southwards towards the Grey Corries mountain range, Aonach Mor and Ben Nevis. It is also not unusual to see the Jacobite Steam train or the Flying Scotsman nearby.
The property, which has in recent years been refurbished and extended is in excellent decorative order throughout. It is a spacious family home, comprising of a living room to front elevation with patio doors leading to the garden and over looking the Highland hills. This room has a hearty multi-fuel burner, with a solid oak fire surround. There is a further reception room, which is a good size, also to front elevation, boasting equal mountain views. The kitchen is open plan, with a dining area, and ample base and wall units, with large fridge freezer, cooker and integrated dishwasher. This floor also contains two double bedrooms, and one single bedroom, as well as a small toilet, study, utility room, and family bathroom, with separate shower and bath, complimentary tiled . The master bedroom, with en-suite bathroom is situated on the upper floor. The bathroom, with complimentary tiling has a separate shower unit. This room is also to front elevation, enjoying those mountain views.
The property sits in substantial grounds of over half an acre, which also has a large wooden garage to the rear of the house, which can comfortably hold a car, and is currently used as storage. It has both power and light.
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