Knock of Clune is a traditional stone cottage which has been extended to the rear to provide good sized family accommodation.
The property has been redecorated and upgraded with a new kitchen and vinyl flooring throughout the ground floor and some of the upper floor. There is partial UPVC and wooden double glazing and oil-fired central heating.
Knock of Clune is accessed by a joint access track to the side of the property.
A gate leads to the front of the house and a UPVC door opens to the sun porch which has wood panelled features and glazing to half height. A door leads to the living room.
The open plan living/dining room is a spacious room with dual aspect windows to the front and rear. There is plenty of room for a dining table. There is a focal point of a stone fireplace housing a wood burning stove on a tiled hearth (not working). An open staircase rises to the upper floor and a door leads to the kitchen.
The newly fitted kitchen has a good range of floor and wall units in white with black granite effect worksurface and splashbacks. There is an integrated Lamona oven with ceramic hob and extractor over. There is an alcove for a fridge freezer. A picture window overlooks the rear garden.
An opening leads to the rear hall and door to the rear garden and also shower room and large study/occasional bedroom.
The shower room has a two piece suite in white comprising WC and wash hand basin and a shower cubicle with Respotex wall covering and a mains shower.
The study/occasional bedroom has a window to the front and built in storage/airing cupboard.
From the living room the wooden open staircase leads to the upper floor landing which has a good storage found with cupboards and alcoves.
Bedrooms 3 and 4 sit to the front and are identical with coombed ceilings and dormer windows to the front enjoying woodland and garden views.
A rear landing leads to bedrooms 3 and 4 and the bathroom.
Bedroom 1 (master) is a very good sized room with alcove storage, sliding doors open to a raised deck area with woodland views.
Bedroom 4 is another double room with a window to the rear and three built in storage cupboards.
Completing the accommodation is a further bathroom with three-piece suite in white comprising, bath with shower over, WC and wash hand basin.
Knock of Clune is situated on a quiet road which leads to the stunning Glen Banchor above Newtonmore. The location is quiet with little passing traffic and is idea for walking from the door to the Glen and woodland.
Newtonmore has a good range of shops, garage and post office. There is also a primary school with secondary schooling found in Kingussie. The village hosts the Highland Folk Museum which is a popular attraction and is also famed for its Wildcats which are hidden around the village.
The district lies within the boundaries of The Cairngorms National Park and offers both an abundance of wildlife and a diversity of year -round recreational and sporting facilities. The area is ideal for forest walks, climbing, riding, shooting and fishing. There is the Wolftrax mountain bike trail nearby and there are several excellent golf courses in the area. Skiing, snowboarding and other winter sports can be enjoyed at Cairngorm Mountain near Aviemore together with family cycling tracks and many more outdoor facilities.
The property's scenic location belies its accessibility. It lies only 5 miles from the A9, roughly equidistant from Perth to the south and Inverness to the north. There is a railway station at Newtonmore on the Perth to Inverness line, and Inverness Airport is only 50 miles drive.