A traditional detached family home in the sought-after area of Inverness close to the city centre

Redburn is an imposing stone-built period property offering almost 3,100 sq. ft. of lightfilled flexible accommodation arranged over two floors, with a wealth of character features including generously-proportioned rooms, high ceilings and fine cornicing.

The ground floor accommodation flows from a welcoming reception hall and briefly comprises a large drawing room with wooden flooring, feature fireplace and large bay window, a spacious sitting room with feature fireplace and large bay window, a generous dining room and an inter-connecting kitchen/breakfast room with a range of wall and floor units, integrated appliances and space for a table for more informal meals, the whole combining to create an ideal family and entertaining space. The ground floor accommodation is completed by a large rear aspect bedroom with built-in storage and a neighbouring family shower room.

A feature staircase with a large skylight over, rises to a spacious part-galleried landing leading to four well-proportioned bedrooms, all with sinks, and a family bathroom. A separate staircase from the inner hall rises to the property’s remaining bedroom.

Outside

The property is approached over a block-paved driveway providing parking for several vehicles and giving access to the garage. The enclosed garden to the side and rear of the property is laid mainly to level lawn interspersed with mature fruit trees and features a large paved terrace with a useful external store, ideal for entertaining, the whole screened by mature shrubs and trees.

Situation

Culduthel Road is located in the popular Culduthel area of Inverness within a short distance of the city centre, the main business and commercial centre in the Highlands. The city offers a 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. The surrounding countryside of the Scottish Highlands is varied, from the fertile, rolling farmland of the coast to the inland moorlands and rugged mountains, an unspoilt landscape providing a haven for many rare and protected species of wildlife as well as a wide range of leisure and sporting opportunities. Various adventure sports including skiing and hill climbing are available in the Cairngorms National Park, just a short drive away.

Directions

From Strutt & Parker’s Inverness office head south-east on Bank Street and turn left onto Bridge Street. Continue along uphill into Castle Street and into Culduthel Road. Continue along Culduthel Road through the traffic lights where you will find the property located on the left at the junction of Temple Crescent.

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Other features

  • Entrance hall
  • 3 Reception rooms
  • Kitchen/breakfast room
  • 6 Bedrooms
  • 1 Bathroom, 1 Shower room
  • In all, 3,092 sq ft
  • Garage and off street parking
  • Gardens to the rear

Other details

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Ref: INV200127

Culduthel Road Inverness IV2

Offers Over
£425,000

Ref: INV200127

Culduthel Road Inverness IV2

Offers Over
£425,000