6 Sheil Square is a well-presented three-bedroom house just one kilometre from the centre of the Highland town of Nairn and a short distance from the Moray Firth. This is a generously spaced two-storey dwelling that was constructed in 1970 and it has been carefully maintained and decorated simply bringing a tasteful elegance. The house is approached from a gravelled front garden, which has residents’ parking to the front. Access is through a metal gate at the side, offering privacy and a glimpse into the attractive garden beyond. There is also a handy timber shed in this space.
Opening straight from the neatly decorated hallway, the living room has hard flooring and is well-proportioned, offering a view of the front of the house. There is an attractive fireplace in wood and marble, and the room is decorated in soft greys with timber joinery, giving the space a comfortable, easily maintained ambience.
The kitchen dining room is well finished, again in neutrals, which complement the plentiful wooden fronted floor and wall cabinets. Arranged in a U-shape, the cooking and preparation area is extensive. It is finished with a stainless-steel oven and ceramic hob, bringing a modern look to the traditional-looking, good-quality solid cabinets. With access to the garden via the fully glazed door, the kitchen’s dining area has character and charm. It offers a pleasant, easy access to the paved patio area.
A carpeted dog-leg staircase rises to the first floor, with a small landing and three bedrooms. The principal bedroom overlooks the garden and is spaciously appointed. It features an attractive area of dropped height ceiling to the back of the room, creating a comfortable, relaxed zone. This faces onto a complete wall of built-in wardrobes fitted with wooden doors. The second bedroom includes the chimney breast, which lends the room a delightful character. The third bedroom has a more extended footprint and is also shapely, giving the space elegance and interest. Either of these two rooms could be used as an office, gaming or recreation space. A family bathroom has been decorated in white tiles with black and metallic details. A whirlpool bath, with its shower over it, adds a touch of luxury. There is also a wash hand basin and WC.
The timber-fenced garden is laid with lawn and has two areas of paving: one for use as a patio and another to the back of the garden that could easily be adapted to include a small greenhouse or raised beds. At 77 m2, this is a surprisingly spacious feeling and well-thought-out property that has been carefully designed to make the most of the natural light and available floor area. The house has been well cared for inside and out and offers a lovely family home in a pleasant residential area.
Formerly a market town and Royal Burgh, Nairn is easily accessible by excellent road and transport links and is close to three beaches, one of which has been recognised with a Blue Flag award for cleanliness. The centre of Nairn is located 17 miles from the capital of the Highlands, Inverness and just nine miles from Dalcross Airport, with regular direct flights to and from London, Bristol, Dublin and Amsterdam.
Located on the southern shore of the Moray Firth, the area became famous in the Victorian era for its easy accessibility, magnificent beaches and gentle sunny climate. These still exist today! The area has recently grown in popularity due to its outstanding golf courses, bustling town, varied shops and many creative enterprises. Nairn can easily reach many world-renowned attractions such as Culbin Forest, Cawdor Castle, The Findhorn Foundation, and the Logie Estate. Closer to Nairn town centre, you can enjoy museums, art centres, watersports and two championship 18-hole golf courses. There are many excellent restaurants and interesting shops. The harbour and promenade are popular gathering points during the many dark-sky events visible in the area, including the aurora borealis and spectacular meteor showers. There is a secondary school, primary schools, doctors, a hospital, community and leisure centres and several places of worship. Hospitality, retail and agriculture are important forms of employment in the area. With its close-knit community and its popularity with holidaymakers worldwide, Nairn town centre has an energetic, lively feel that locals and visitors enjoy.
Services: Mains Water & drainage, electric and gas.
Council Tax Band: C
EPC Rating: D (61)
Entry Date: Early entry available
Home Report: Available on request.
Viewings: 7 Days a week accompanied by agent.
INCLUDED IN THE SALE:
All floor coverings curtains and blinds, all integrated kitchen appliances and the hottub spa.
ANTI-MONEY LAUNDERING LEGISLATION
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.
It is important your solicitor notifies this office of your interest otherwise the property may be sold without your knowledge. Hamish strongly recommend that you discuss any particular points regarding the property which are likely to affect your interest in the property with them prior to viewing. Interested parties are advised to notify their interest, in writing, with Hamish as a closing date for offers may be set. The seller reserves the right to accept an offer made privately prior to any closing date and further, the seller is not bound to accept the highest, or indeed, any offer. These particulars, whilst believed to be correct do not and cannot form part of any contract. The measurements have been taken using a sonic tape measure and therefore are for guidance only.