Immaculate three-bedroom bungalow with large garden in beautiful rural setting
Situated in a new, attractive residential estate less than 1km from the centre of Muir of Ord and just a short distance from the golf course, 30 MacRae Park is a beautifully maintained three-year-old property. Benefiting from solar panels, it has an energy performance rating of B, which is well above average, and a floor area of 100 m2, which, due to its good design and layout, feels even more extensive.
The bungalow has a large drive and single garage and enjoys an expansive area of lawn to the front. The property opens into a well-decorated hallway with a neutral palette and white-painted woodwork.
A generously proportioned living room is decorated in soft greys with a grey carpet and has a comfortable, relaxed ambience with a view to the front.
The large kitchen-dining room is decorated along one wall with striking feature wallpaper, lending the space an engaging feel that complements the cabinetry and emphasises the interesting proportions of the space. White floor and wall cabinets, with stainless-steel trim and grey worktops, give a crisp, clean, contemporary look to the kitchen and, coupled with the decor and layout, offer a space that is both exciting and relaxed, making it feel very much a modern family-centred environment.
Attached to the kitchen is a generous utility room with storage that could also serve as a practical boot room or rear vestibule.
The principal bedroom is spacious and light-filled, and its soft palette, good proportions, and views over the fields and hills beyond make this an attractive room. Its en-suite shower room with soft, warm grey tiles, vanity unit, white WC, and hand basin is warm and inviting.
A second bedroom, near the entrance, is well-appointed and benefits from a built-in cupboard. The third bedroom, currently used as a study, has a garden view and an integrated mirrored wardrobe.
Elegantly designed and featuring attractive neutral tiles in a warm palette, the family bathroom is pleasing. It offers a great use space, and includes a vanity unit , WC and hand basin, and a bath with a mixer shower.
The lovely garden has a large, tiled patio with a pergola and a small kitchen garden featuring a greenhouse with gravel paths. The garden is laid with a generous area of lawn. It has fabulous views across the fields and open vistas of unlit sky facing northwest – perfect for anyone interested in astronomy or nature watching. Enclosed with timber fencing, and with a pretty summer-house the garden is delightful, practical and has plenty of space for the new owners to explore additional design and gardening ideas going forward.
30 MacRae Park is a fabulous property that is immaculate, attractive and very well-maintained. Given its location and access to services and leisure activities, this offers a beautiful family home, especially for those with plenty of time to enjoy it.
About Muir of Ord
Just nine miles from Inverness and six miles from Dingwall, the village is ideally located to enjoy the remarkable countryside that surrounds it, but sufficiently far enough away from the A9 to emphasise the village’s quiet, community-based feel.
That said, Muir of Ord is famous for its local attractions and is a popular destination for vis area; the Muir of Ord Distillery is close to the centre of the village and retains the pagoda roofs and copper pot stills of traditional distilleries.
Surrounded by rich agricultural land and flanked by the Rivers Beauly and Conon, Muir of Ord has a close community of about 3,000. The village features many independent shops and businesses, including the famous Bad Girl Bakery and an Artysans social enterprise café run by the Calman Trust.
At the heart of the village is the Muir Hub, which has meeting spaces, a cinema, and a music and events venue. Each August, the Black Isle Show, the largest agricultural show in the North, is held just outside the village, attracting entrants and visitors from all around Scotland and over 200 local businesses; the the show is one of the most important social and trade events of the calendar,
Muir of Ord has a primary school, health centre, public library, petrol station and a railway station.
Services: Mains Water, Electric & Gas
Council Tax Band: E
EPC Rating: B (87)
Entry Date: Early entry available
Home Report: Available on request.
Viewings: 7 Days accompanied by agent.
Included in the sale:
All floor coverings, blinds and all white goods.
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As with all Estate Agents, Hamish is subject to Anti Money Laundering Regulations. These regulations require us as selling agents, to perform various checks on the property buyers and any offer presented to us must be accompanied by the current address, date of birth, and of proof of funds for all purchasers and of any family members who may be gifting deposits. From time to time, certified photographic evidence of the buyer’s identity and proof of address may also be required. We are unable to progress any sale to completion, until these requirements have been fully satisfied.
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