A distinctive period home located in a sought after and much admired position in the West End of the vibrant town of Nairn.

Built circa 1896, Bracadale House is an attractive stone-built Victorian villa offering more than 4,000 sq. ft. of light-filled flexible accommodation arranged over three floors. It’s unique shape, period features, space and flexibility will appeal to a variety of purchasers. Sensitively modernised and adapted to provide an ideal family and entertaining space, the property combines the amenities of modern living with retained Victorian features including large sash windows, generously-proportioned rooms, high ceilings with fine cornicing, leaded glass windows, deep skirting boards and original fireplaces.

The ground floor accommodation flows from an impressive welcoming entrance hall with original tiled flooring into a broad reception hall with cloakroom. It comprises a large drawing room with two corner turreted bays and a feature fireplace, a spacious dining room with front aspect bay window, feature open fireplace and bi-fold doors opening into a generous play room. The ground floor accommodation is completed by an extensive kitchen/breakfast room with exposed wooden flooring, a range of wall and base units, range cooker and integrated appliances. Finally a spacious neighbouring fitted utility room/boot room with doors to the rear garden and to the integral garage.

The first floor offers a spacious sitting room with exposed wooden flooring, feature fireplace and two corner turreted bays with open views of the sea and stunning coastline, a generous principal bedroom with front aspect bay window and large en suite bathroom with corner bath and two further double bedrooms, one with an en suite bathroom and the other with an en suite shower room, together with a separate family shower room. A separate staircase rises from the landing to a generous second floor landing giving access to the property’s remaining double bedroom and to a large 25 ft. office with rear aspect bay window and Velux glazing and two generous store rooms. The office and larger storeroom are suitable for use as additional bedrooms if required.

Outside

Set at the centre of a sizeable plot, the property is approached over a gravelled driveway providing parking for multiple vehicles and giving access to the integral garage. The well-maintained part-walled garden surrounding the property is laid mainly to level lawn bordered by well-stocked shrub beds and features numerous seating areas, ideal for entertaining and al fresco dining, the whole screened by mature shrubs and trees.

Situation

Set on the stunning Moray coast, the vibrant Victorian town of Nairn is renowned for its dry, sunny climate and beautiful beaches and offers a wide range of day-to-day amenities including independent and High Street shopping, supermarkets, banks, hotels, cafés and restaurants, museums, an art gallery, a library and community centre. The town offers excellent leisure facilities, most notably two world class Championship golf courses, a marina with sailing club, a sports centre, swimming pool, cricket pitch, tennis club, and riding centre.

Inverness, the main business and commercial centre in the Highlands, offers a more comprehensive range of amenities including Eastgate Shopping Centre, bus and train stations, cafés, bars, restaurants, High Street shops and supermarkets. Leisure and entertainment facilities include Inverness Leisure & Aquadome, Eden Court Theatre & Cinema, Bught Park and the River Ness with its popular island walks.

Communications links are excellent: the nearby A96 links to Inverness Airport, Inverness and the A9, Nairn station offers regular direct services to Inverness, with onward links to major regional centres and Inverness Airport offers a range of domestic and European flights.

The area offers a good range of state schooling including Rosebank Primary and Nairn Academy; with the noted Gordonstoun independent school around 30 minutes’ drive away.

Directions

From Inverness head east on the A96 to Nairn Turn left onto Seabank Road then turn right onto Seafield Street. Turn left at the first cross street onto Albert Street and Bracadale House can be found on the right-hand side.

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Other features

  • Entrance hall
  • 4 Reception rooms
  • Kitchen/breakfast room
  • 3 En suite bedrooms
  • 1 Further bedroom and shower room
  • Office/Bedroom 5
  • Store room/Bedroom 6
  • In all 4,019 SqFt
  • Garage
  • Gardens to front and rear

Other details

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Ref: INV210058

Albert Street Nairn IV12

Offers Over
£650,000

Ref: INV210058

Albert Street Nairn IV12

Offers Over
£650,000