Introducing to the market this two-bedroom semi-detached bungalow in a desirable residential location.
Located in a popular area in Culloden, this delightful two-bedroom semi-detached bungalow is an ideal haven for a couple, small family, first-time buyer, or those looking to downsize. A well-maintained interior, this property is not only pleasing to the eye but also offers a warm and inviting atmosphere.
Upon entering, you are welcomed by an entrance vestibule leading to a cosy lounge, perfect for relaxing evenings or entertaining guests. The thoughtfully designed kitchen is well-equipped, providing a functional space for culinary enthusiasts. Bedroom one features built-in wardrobes, offering ample storage and adding to the practicality of the home. Bedroom two is a generous sized double bedroom with space for units.
The bathroom, complete with a large shower cubical, ensures convenience and modern comfort. The property benefits from gas central heating and double glazing, providing a comfortable living environment throughout the year.
With its proximity to local amenities, including schools and public transport, this residence is perfectly situated for those seeking convenience and accessibility. The property also offers off-street parking for two cars.
The gardens to the front and rear are easy to manage and maintain. The enclosed rear garden provides a secure and enjoyable space for outdoor entertainment and relaxation with the added benefits of a shed, this residence caters to both convenience and storage needs.
Presented in excellent condition and ready for immediate occupancy, this bungalow is a testament to comfort and simplicity. Whether you're taking your first step on the property ladder or seeking a more manageable living space, this home offers both practicality and charm.
Situated just four miles from Inverness city centre and five miles from expansive open countryside, Culloden offers the advantages of both urban conveniences and rural charm. Encompassing a sizable area that extends southward from the A96 to Drumossie Moor, the historic site of the renowned Battle of Culloden, this technically designated village boasts a distinctive blend of property styles.
Culloden offers a variety of homes, including country houses, cottages, public housing, architect-designed homes, and modern developments with affordable options. This diverse housing mix contributes to a welcoming and inclusive community. Despite its modest population, Culloden provides nearby services and facilities, enhancing the overall appeal of the neighbourhood.
Culloden is celebrated for its respectful commemoration of the pivotal Battle of Culloden in 1746. The National Trust's Visitor Centre, situated at the site, stands as one of the most evocative landmarks in the country, drawing visitors from across the globe. Beyond its historical significance, Culloden offers a wealth of other attractions. Culloden Woods, an ancient site popular among walkers and riders, features a Clutie Well and an enchanting Gruffalo Walk that appeals to families.
The village is well-equipped with several primary schools, along with a sizable secondary school earmarked for comprehensive renovation. Additionally, Culloden hosts a medical centre, dental services, and a leisure centre complete with a swimming pool. Numerous places of worship dot the vicinity, and a variety of independent shops, bars, and eateries, including the acclaimed Harry Gow's head office, contribute to the area's popularity. With its close proximity to Inverness, Nairn, the Scottish School of Forestry, Inverness Campus, and Inverness Retail Park, Culloden stands as an ideal location for both commuters and families, establishing itself as a wonderful place to live, work, and explore.
INCLUDED IN THE SALE
Kitchen, white goods, floor coverings, curtains and blinds are included in the sale. Items of furniture is available by separate negotiation.
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