Foxley House, Lower Clashandorran, Beauly, Highland, IV4 7AN

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£575,000

  • Detached
  • Highland
  • 5 bedrooms
  • 2 public rooms
  • 3 bathrooms

Beautifully presented 5-bedroom detached property set in an enviable location enjoying far-reaching views to the Beauly Firth and the Kessock Bridge **CLOSING DATE SET - FRIDAY 2ND JULY AT 12 NOON**

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Overview

Foxley House is a substantial property which provides very spacious and luxurious living accommodation. The property is beautifully appointed throughout and has the highest quality finishings. Foxley House is fully double glazed with oil fired under floor heating to the lower floor. The impressive design, outside living areas, generous garden grounds and magnificent views make Foxley House a very desirable home.

Entrance is via a private tarmac drive leading through gates to a block paved wrap round driveway through to the garden and the front of the property. Direct access is through a UPVC door which opens to an entrance vestibule.
A half-glazed door opens to the hallway which provides access to lower floor accommodation including the kitchen, dining room and sitting room. The sitting room sits to the left of the hall, this is a spacious room with hardwood flooring and dual aspect windows overlooking the front and rear gardens with the front enjoying open views to the Beauly Firth. There is a central feature of an open fireplace with a cast iron surround on a slate hearth and stone mantle,double doors from the sitting room open directly to the conservatory which has a slate roof ,tiled floor and is glazed to all sides. Double doors open to the substantial patio area.

The kitchen sits to the right of the main hall and has a tiled floor. There is a bay window in the kitchen living area with storage beneath the window seat from where the lovely views can be enjoyed. The kitchen has a good range of stylish floor and wall units with a wooden work surface. There is a central island offering extra storage. There is a built-in dishwasher, Belfast sink and a Rangemaster double oven with six ring gas hob. A door leads to a useful larder which offers excellent storage and houses a full-size fridge.

The dining room sits off the kitchen this has laminate flooring and a double window overlooking the rear garden there is under stair storage accessible from this room and a further storage cupboard


A door leads from the kitchen to an inner hall which has a cloaks cupboard and a seperate WC. The utility room sits off the hall and has units which complement the kitchen which offers further storage. There is an under counter fridge and freezer along with an integrated washing machine which are included in the sale, a door from the utility provides direct access to the integrateted garage
There is also direct access from the inner hall to the rear garden.

The high standard of this home continues as the stairs rise to the upper floor via an under stairs storage cupboard.The carpeted staircase with wooden balustrade and beautiful picture window which in turn rises to the spacious upper floor landing and hallway giving access to all the bedrooms.

To the right of the hall is a substantial office with a built-in storage cupboard and with a window to the rear garden.

The Master Bedroom has dual aspect windows to the front and side enjoying open views. There is a walk-in wardrobe and an en-suite shower room which is fully tiled to the walls and has a decorative built-in storage unit. There is a two-piece suite in white comprising WC and wash hand basin and a large walk-in shower with a mains drench head shower.

The main bathroom has a useful Jack and Jill arrangement with a WC, wash hand basin and freestanding bath. There is a large shower cubicle which is fully tiled and has a mains shower. A further door leads from this bathroom to the adjoining bedroom.

Bedroom two sits off the inner landing and has two separate windows to the front which again enjoys open views over the garden to the woodland and Beauly Firth. It has built-in double wardrobes with an open plan arrangement creating a very spacious room.

Bedroom three has built-in double wardrobes and a window to the rear overlooking the rear garden. There is also an access door to the Jack and Jill bathroom.

A glazed door separates the hall and leads to a further two bedrooms both of which have windows to the side enjoying views to the hills beyond,both bedrooms have large built-in double wardrobes.

External

Foxley House sits in substantial garden grounds (Approx 1.4 acres) with a wrap round driveway and the block paved element runs from a gated entrance to the front of the property.There is parking for several vehicles and a paved path which runs around the property. There is a double garage which offers excellent storage as well as parking. A paved path leads down through the garden to two storage sheds and a wood store and there is an area of natural woodland to the bottom of the garden which is a haven for wildlife.

The garden is mainly laid to lawn and planted with shrubs and bushes. There is a patio area outside the conservatory and the steps lead up to an outdoor stone built structure which matches the house with a slate roof and tiled floor. It has a wood-burning stove to enable year-round use.

Location
Foxley House is situated in an elevated position in a quiet rural location close to the popular villages of Beauly and Muir of Ord.

Both villages offer a wide range of amenities which include coffee shops, cafes, supermarkets, local bakers, butchers,hair salons,doctors,chemists and a number of stylish shops and both garages have full post office facilities.

Each village has good Primary Schools leading onto excellent further education with the University of the Highlands and Islands whose main Campus is in Inverness.
The market town of Dingwall lies approxiamately 8 miles to the North of the property.

Regular train and bus services run to Inverness from Beauly and Muir of Ord

The City of Inverness is approximately 14 miles away and is the commercial and business centre for the Highlands of Scotland. Inverness Airport offers daily,domestic and international flights along with excellent public transport links and national rail connections.

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Floorplan

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From the Bell Ingram office in Beauly proceed up Croyard road. Then after crossing the railway bridge take the first right at the crossroads signposted RHEINDOWN.
Progress up the hill until you see the signpost for CLASHANDORRAN and turn right. Follow this road for half a mile until you see the sign for Foxley House.
The tarred private driveway leads directly to the house.

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