- 4 bedrooms
- 1 bathroom
- 3 receptions
A beautifully presented C listed period home, with an abundance of features providing flexible accommodation over three levels.
Clydesdale Bank House is a distinctive C listed, traditional property thought to have been built in the 1870s. In keeping with the era of the property, there are numerous features which include ceiling coving, raised skirting and fireplaces.
This is a delightful, rarely available property with accommodation arranged over three levels providing plenty of options and flexibility. It will suit a variety of buyers including those looking for a sizeable family home and with its central location, proximity to the award winning Golspie beach and other local amenities it also lends itself to holiday letting potential.
The entrance hallway leads to a cosy sitting room with a feature fireplace and inset multi-fuel stove. There is also a downstairs shower room with WC and wash hand basin. To the rear there is a fantastic open plan living space which incorporates the kitchen and dining area with glass doors providing natural light and views over the rear gardens. The kitchen comes with a range of wall and base storage units, Neff integrated appliances and fridge freezer. There is also a breakfast bar, Franke ceramic sink and downlighters.
The carpeted staircase leads to the first floor where the large master bedroom is located. This is a nicely presented double bedroom with plenty of storage. The landing leads to a contemporary family bathroom complete with WC, wash hand basin and bath with shower over. There is a spacious library/office and a beautifully proportioned lounge. The lounge is a wonderful, relaxing, bright living space with double aspect windows and an inset open fire.
The staircase continues to the upper level and to three attic bedrooms with coombed ceilings.
Well-presented and easily maintained garden grounds to the rear with sun terrace, lawn, plant and shrub borders, single garage and oil tank.
The property is located on the Main Street of Golspie, a picturesque village on the east coast of Sutherland. There are many shops, hotels, a bank, post office, swimming pool, primary and secondary education and medical facilities. For the outdoor enthusiast, in addition to the beach there are forest walks, challenging mountain bike trails and a golf course which has been described as one of the finest settings for a round of golf in the Highlands of Scotland, with stunning views over the Dornoch Firth and the towering backdrop of Ben Bhraggie. The national nature reserve of Loch Fleet is 4 miles to the south and just north of the village is its most famous landmark - Dunrobin Castle the family seat of the Clan Sutherland.
From Inverness travel north on the A9 for approximately 51 miles arriving at Golspie. On entering the village continue along the Main Street where you will find the property located adjacent to Lindsay & Co.
- Entrance hall
- 3 Reception rooms
- Kitchen/dining room
- 4 Bedrooms and family bathroom
- In all 1,884 SqFt
- Rear gardens
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