Situated in a ¾ acre plot, Coignafearn is a very attractive four-bedroom (four en-suite) property which is tastefully decorated throughout. The property presents very well and is in walk-in condition. Wooden features enhance the appearance of this delightful property. Coignafearn benefits from double glazing and oil fired central heating.
A gravel driveway leads to the covered porch and the front door opens to the entrance hallway which is light and airy with an apex window and French doors to the front garden.
Double doors lead to the kitchen area and a staircase rises to the upper floor. To the left is an opening to the open plan sitting room and to the right there are doors which access bedroom one and the bathroom. There is also useful storage cupboard which houses the water tank and central heating controls.
Bedroom one which is currently used as snug has dual aspect windows to the front which overlook the gardens. A door leads to the bathroom.
The bathroom is modern and stylish with a three piece suite in white comprising WC, wash hand basin and bath with shower over. It is fully tiled to the floor and walls with electric under floor heating.
The spacious hallway runs through to the sitting room/dining area with triple aspect windows to the front and side and rear gardens. French doors open to the gravelled seating area. There is wood burning stove on a slate hearth which adds to the traditional feel of the room.
The dining area runs through to the kitchen which has a range of floor and wall units in duck egg blue with white worksurfaces. There is a five-ring gas hob and a built-in AEG oven. A two bowl Belfast sink sits below the window which overlooks the rear garden and the woodland beyond. There is a built-in dishwasher which is also included in the sale.
A half-glazed door leads to the utility room with further floor and wall units offering plenty of storage. There is a sink and space and plumbing for a washing machine. A door leads to the rear garden and there is a door to the garage.
Returning to the hall and the open plan staircase leads to the upper floor and gallery landing presently used as a study which enjoys plenty of natural light from the apex window and lovely rural views. Doors lead to bedrooms 2, 3 and 4 and there is also a built-in storage cupboard on the landing.
Bedroom 2 is a double room with dormer window to the front overlooking the garden. It has three built-in wardrobes and a spacious en-suite shower room which is fully tiled to the floor and walls with electric under floor heating and has had a large walk-in shower cubicle with mains shower and Respotex wall covering.
Bedroom 3 is a double room with a Velux window and built-in wardrobes there is an en-suite shower room with tiled floor and walls and shower cubicle Respotex wall covering and mains shower.
Completing the internal accommodation is bedroom 4 which is another double room with a Velux window to the front and window to the side. It has a built-in wardrobe and again has an en-suite shower which is fully tiled and has a shower cubicle with Respotex wall covering wall covering.
The garden grounds which extend to ¾ acre surrounding property are mainly laid to lawn with large gravelled area to the front with parking for several vehicles. The garden is fully fenced to the rear and secure for children and pets. It also enjoys sunshine all day and in the evening. There is a decking area to the rear and also a patio area outside the French doors for entertaining.
Various beds are planted with cottage garden flowers for year-round colour and also ornamental trees which enhance the borders. Please note some plants may be removed on sale.
There is a natural pond which is partially within the demise and is a haven for wildlife and birdlife and the property is surrounded by rural countryside and woodland.
The double garage which houses the central heating boiler has two double glazed windows, a roller and pedestrian door. This has excellent development potential for a granny flat or extra bedroom or even a self -catering studio due to its size and layout.
There is also a timber built double glazed office/studio 7m x 3.5m which has been insulated and benefits from electricity and lighting. Other possible uses are a playroom or teenage den.
Shed 3.35m x 2.45 m.
Please note that the owner of Coignafearn is an employee of Bell Ingram.
Coignafearn is set in a tranquil and rural position a short distance from the Black Isle village of Munlochy surrounded by fields and woodland.
Munlochy has a primary school, pub and shop. Secondary schooling is found at the well-respected Fortrose Academy. The Black Isle has numerous restaurants and cafes and lovely beaches at Fortrose and Rosemarkie.
Fortrose has a medical centre, post office, local leisure centre and further shopping and local eateries. There is a regular bus route to the Highland Capital of Inverness.
Inverness, the Capital of the Highlands, is around 8 miles away by road and has a modern shopping centre, hotels, restaurants, hospital, schools, theatre, cinemas and a mainline railway station. Inverness Airport which is 20 miles from the property has a variety of services to destinations both domestic and overseas.