A distinctive, architect designed detached home, with unrestricted views over the sparkling waters of the Beauly Firth.
Rosefield is an architect built home, constructed in the early 1990s, which commands exceptional views of the Beauly Firth and beyond. This distinctive beachside home was inspired by the owners love of natural light and the outdoors, as well as the vision to replicate a Swedish theme, with an abundance of glass and open living spaces. This has created a self-inspired, flexible living space with accommodation arranged over two levels.
Whilst in need of a degree of modernisation, Rosefield will suit a variety of purchasers including those looking for a property with great open views and in close proximity to Inverness and the airport. Access is through a door to the side which leads to the hallway, which has a storage cupboard and staircase. The front facing sitting room has a large picture window and enjoys great views. The sitting room has down lighters, fireplace and inset gas fire. A glass door leads into the sunroom, which is flooded with natural light and has floor tiles and a door to the side providing direct access to the gardens. There is a utility room, bathroom, bedroom and kitchen. The kitchen comes with a selection of wall and base storage units and integrated appliances
The carpeted staircase leads to the mezzanine which overlooks the sun room and has great views on either side. The upstairs layout is extremely versatile and was reconfigured by the previous owner who was an artist, and used much of the upstairs space as a studio and for the storage of equipment. There is a bedroom which has a utility room located off. This could potentially be developed into an en-suite. The wall between this bedroom has been opened up into what was originally a single bedroom. There is a family bathroom and a further two bedrooms.
A stone chipped driveway to the side provides ample parking space for several vehicles. The gardens have been landscaped and include plant and shrub borders, lawn, fruit cage and a terraced sitting area to the side.
With its easy access to Inverness, the property is well served by this modern and vibrant city with excellent and varied facilities, including a marina and airport. Yet, just a short distance from the centre of this city is the beautiful, peaceful and unspoiled countryside for which the Highlands are so famous. To the west are dramatic mountains and a stunning coastline, while to the east the fertile land is bounded by wide sandy beaches and rugged moorland. This stunning landscape provides wonderful opportunities for sport and leisure, including golf at championship courses, sailing, mountain climbing and world class shooting, fishing and stalking. The area is renowned for its fair climate and rich farmland. This arable land, in conjunction with a backdrop of rugged hills, provides spectacular scenery with wonderful views. For the keen golfer there are two championship golf courses at Nairn as well as facilities at Royal Dornoch, Spey Valley and the Castle Stuart Golf Links. There is salmon fishing on the Rivers Nairn, Findhorn and Spey and shooting is readily available on local estates.
Inverness is very much the commercial and business centre for the Highlands of Scotland and is convenient for the Airport which is located to the east of the city only 11 miles away.
From Inverness head north over the Kessock Bridge on the A9 and take the cut off signposted North Kessock on the left hand side. Follow this road to the roundabout and turn left towards the village. On entering Oakleigh Road, you will find the property located on the left hand side.Read all
- Entrance hall
- 2 Reception rooms
- Kitchen/breakfast room
- 4 Bedrooms
- 2 Bathrooms
- In all 1,484 SqFt
- Coastal views
- Virtual Viewing
- Map & Street View
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