House of Highland presents for sale Crow's Nest; a 2 bedroom detached property with a large detached workshop/garage, separate annex/cabin, shed, stables, and parking for multiple cars. Internally, the main house comprises of 2 double bedrooms, a bathroom, kitchen, lounge with traditional and original wood burning stove, perfect for cosying up after the summer. The roof of the property has recently been upgraded prior to listing and the decor is neutral on the whole to provide the prospective purchaser with the opportunity to put their own stamp on it. Externally, the property has parking for mutliple cars, including room for pick-ups, trailers, and vans. Plans for an extension to the main house were previsouly drawn up and will be made available to interested parties. There is also a wonderfully-placed patio area for outside dining and entertaining.
Bedroom One has patio doors which is ideal for letting in the warm sunshine, which is particulary prominent at time of writing, and enjoying the beautiful countryside view beyond. Bedroom Two fits a double bed and is neutrally decorated, benefiitng from wooden panelling on lower wall and cream walls. The bathroom is in Scandiavian-style wood with a neatural and contemporary cream suite. The kitchen is accessed via the back of the property and includes all white goods, white cabinets, and an impressive large cooker/oven. The lounge sits in the middle of the property and is of traditional Scottish decor and has a cosy Highland feel.
The Cabin has its own water source, kitchenette and ladders to an upper mezzanine level. This is a great opportunity for additional income by way of a self-catering holiday let for the prosepctive owners or, should it be of interest, a separate living space for guests or family members. This space is a blank canvas for decoration, allowing the new owners to easily change its use for their own interests. Next to the Cabin is a little shed which is presently used as a home gym. Further down the driveway sits the stables. There is also a gardening shed on the opposite side of the drive next to the water tank. Right at the end of the driveway, the furthest point from the main house, is a large garage/workshop, which has been used to work on multiple cars and is the ideal hobby workshop, as well as being suitable for a future business opportunity subejct to planning consents.
The local area is easily accessed via the main road from Wick to Thurso and the main supermarket is less than a mile's drive. The property boasts far reaching countryside views and rural surroundings, with the house itself sat far back from the road and accessed via a private track that services just the three properties in the vacinity. Halkirk village is home to the annual Halkirk Highland Games where spectators can enjoy Highland dancing, traditional Scottish pipers, and caber toss to name a few. There is a friendly welcoming primary school with a very active parent council, to get involved in the local community, and secondary education can be accessed in Thurso at a 10 minute drive down the road. Moving to this property provides the new owners with the ideal opportunity for indulging in watersports or local clubs and societies. Caithness is rich in wildlife, archaeology, and nature.
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