Broom Park is a well presented detached bungalow set in an elevated position enjoying panoramic rural views towards the Kyle of Sutherland and hills beyond. The property has spacious rooms and extensive garden grounds from which to enjoy the outlook. It is in walk-in condition and will provide an excellent family home.
Broom Park is accessed via concrete steps to a covered entrance area. A UPVC door opens to the hallway which has two good sized storage cupboards
Bedroom one lies immediately to the left of the hall, this room could also be used as a separate dining room if so wished.
To the front of the property is the large living/dining room. This is a bright room with dual aspect windows making the most of the views and also a bay window giving more light. A glazed door opens to the garden. There is a feature fireplace with tiled hearth housing an electric fire.
Across the hall is the kitchen which has a good range of floor and wall units in oak with a granite effect worksurface and decorative tiled splashbacks. There is an integrated fridge freezer, integrated oven and grill and ceramic hob. Dual aspect windows overlook the gardens. There is a tiled floor which runs through to the rear porch which has a door to the garden and an opening to a utility cupboard which houses the Zanussi washing machine and Whirlpool tumble dryer.
Returning to the hallway and a further two double bedrooms lie to the far end of the hall. Bedroom 2 is a large room with picture window enjoying the views and triple built in mirrored wardrobes. Bedroom 3 sit to the rear and overlooks the rear garden
Completing the internal accommodation is the bathroom which has a three-piece suite comprising wash hand basin, WC and bath with electric shower over which is fully tiled around.
Broom Park is situated on the edge the popular village of Bonar Bridge which is an important local centre with shops, post office, primary school, doctor's surgery, cottage hospital, library and golf course. There is also a community hub with gym and soft play. The Royal Burgh of Dornoch is some 12 miles to the east and offers a wide range of facilities including the secondary school, hotels, restaurants, sandy beaches and the well-known Royal Dornoch Golf Course. Tain which is 13 miles east has a good range of supermarkets and a secondary school which means there is the choice of this school or Dornoch School.
Inverness, the Capital of the Highlands, is reached in little under an hour's drive and has a modern shopping centre, hospital, theatre, cinemas and mainline railway station. Inverness Airport has a variety of services to destinations both domestic and overseas. These include Flybe, BA and Easyjet to London Gatwick, Heathrow, Birmingham, Belfast, Manchester, Bristol and Amsterdam. The general area of Sutherland offers many outdoor pursuits with ample opportunity for recreational activities and plenty of choice for the hillwalker and mountaineer. The local rivers and lochs provide good quality salmon and trout fishing for the angler and there are several excellent golf courses close by.