Charming three-bedroom semi-detached house with biomass central heating

  • Fixed Price £160,000
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Key Selling Points

  • Three bedroom semi detached house
  • Eco friendly Biomass boiler
  • Double glazing
  • Superfast broadband available
  • Enclosed front and rear gardens
  • Loft conversion
  • Off street parking
  • Home report available on request
  • Accompanied viewings by appointment only, 7 days a week
  • Entry date by mutual consent


Constructed in 1951, this property is in good condition for its age and has been well cared for. The house is accessed via steps to a grassy front garden, which opens onto a vestibule. The first room is a comfortable living room with alcoves and a chimney breast, giving the room character and shape. Carpeted in red and complemented with a feature wall decorated in red and white floral wallpaper, the room is fresh and cheerful and has a large south-facing window that overlooks the front garden.
The kitchen is L-shaped and spacious. Tiled in white with grey fronted cabinets and a dark worktop, there is space for a dining table and chairs and the kitchen benefits from a separate utility room in the rear vestibule from where, you can access the back garden.
With two bedrooms on the first floor and a third bedroom, which has been converted from the attic space above, this home offers plenty of space for a family.
The principal bedroom is decorated in a white shade and offers an attractive space with cupboard housing the hot water cylinder and an alcove. The second bedroom overlooks the front of the property and is decorated in quirky feature wallpaper.
A second flight of stairs leads to the loft, which has been converted into a beautiful bedroom with a coombed ceiling, a large window, and storage. The back wall features a display alcove and shelving with a deep purple backdrop. This is a charming room, a pleasant and appealing space.
The bathroom is simply decorated in white with a mocha-coloured wall, with a bath and electric shower over, WC and wash hand basin, the bathroom is spacious and offers the potential to upgrade.
Outside, there is a pretty garden that is enclosed by timber and wire fencing. The garden has a charming cottagey feel, enhanced by the steps leading to the lawns and areas of shrubbery and mature planting. The garden also includes a biomass boiler fed by timber pellets, which supply hot water to the property. There is also a wooden shed and a communal drive to the front of the property.
At 91 m2, the property is generously sized, which is reflected in the scale of the rooms. While the house is in good condition, there is plenty of scope for updating the fittings and decor. With its three bedrooms, pretty garden and large rooms, it has excellent potential and its location in a strong, well-established community in one of Scotland’s most iconic towns makes this an attractive opportunity.

Just 33 miles from Inverness and 13 miles from Aviemore and with fabulous road, rail and bus networks, Grantown-on-Spey in the Scottish Highlands is justifiably famous for its beauty, rich history and warm community spirit. Founded in 1765 by Sir James Grant, the town is a popular attraction and a decently sized town with a population of 2,500. The High Street has a variety of independent shops, from general stores to artisanal bakeries and there are several larger stores and services in Inverness and Aviemore.
Grantown-on-Spey has an excellent primary school and its own grammar school. There is also a well-equipped medical centre, community hospital and leisure centre. Recreationally, Grantown-on-Spey is a haven for nature and outdoor enthusiasts. The breathtaking landscapes of the Spey Valley provide the perfect backdrop for activities like walking, golf, birdwatching and fishing in the River Spey. Winter months transform the nearby Cairngorm Mountains, with snow sports and winter activities attracting enthusiasts from all around the world.
Being part of the Cairngorms National Park, emphasises environmental conservation, with locals and authorities participating actively in initiatives to protect the region’s natural wonders. Grantown-on-Spey offers a harmonious blend of history, nature and modern amenities and provides an inviting and fulfilling environment to live and work in.

Services: Mains Water & drainage and electric.
Council Tax Band: B
EPC Rating: D (62)
Entry Date: By mutual consent
Home Report: Available on request.
Viewings: 7 Days a week accompanied by agent.

All floor coverings curtains and blinds.

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