Jubilee view is a spacious detached, single glazed, three-bedroom bungalow which is in need of upgrading and modernisation.
The property is accessed via a wooden gate from the road and a gravel path leads to the door.
The hardwood door leads to a long hallway which gives access to all accommodation.
To the right sits the kitchen/diner which is a good-sized room with a range of kitchen units and extra storage is provided by a larder store. A window enjoys views to the hills beyond.
The bathroom sits opposite the front door and has a three-piece suite in white with wet wall panelling around the bath. There is a useful linen cupboard.
There are three bedrooms all overlooking the fields to the rear and enjoying open views. Bedrooms 1 and 2 are both double in size.
Completing the internal accommodation is the sitting room which is situated at the end of the hall. It has a central feature of an open fireplace. A window enjoys views of the fields and hills beyond.
This property may be subject to crofting tenure
Jubilee View is situated close to the centre of Ardgay, a small scenic village some 36 miles north of Inverness and approximately 14 miles south west of Dornoch on the east coast of the Highlands. Ardgay has its own primary school and secondary school pupils have a choice of attending either Tain Royal Academy or Dornoch Academy. The village has a local shop and garage, church and village hall. Bonar Bridge, which is in easy walking distance, has a number of shops, a post office, a hotel and restaurant. It also has a newly built community hub with gym, soft play and café. Further facilities are available at Tain (approx. 14 miles away). For the more active, Ardgay is an excellent base for walking, stalking and fishing and golfing is available at nearby Bonar Bridge (9 hole) and championship golf course at Dornoch.