Mactalla Na Mara is a well presented two-bedroom semi-detached property which has been decorated tastefully throughout. The property had oil fired central heating and is fully double glazed. It sits in very good-sized garden grounds and enjoys lovely rural views to Ardgay and the hills beyond.
Mactalla Na Mara is accessed via a gravel driveway to a pathway to a gate through to the front garden. A UPVC door opens to the hallway which has good under stairs storage. A door leads to the living room, there is an opening to the kitchen and stairs to the upper floor.
The living room sits to the left of the hall and has a window to the front enjoying the views. There is a central feature fireplace with a stone surround and stone hearth housing an open fire. There is space for a dining table to the opposite end of the room.
The kitchen has a good range of beech effect floor and wall units with a black worksurface and decorative tiling to the upstands. An integrated oven with ceramic hob and integrated fridge are included in the sale and there is space and plumbing for a washing machine. There is also a pantry. A window overlooks the rear garden and an opening leads to the rear porch with cloak cupboard. A door takes you to the rear garden.
Returning to the hall and stairs rise to the upper floor landing, bedrooms and bathroom.
Both bedrooms are double in size with bedroom 1 enjoying views to the hills and bedroom 2 enjoying views over the fields to the rear. Both have two built in wardrobes.
Completing the internal accommodation is the modern bathroom which has Respotex wall covering throughout and a three-piece suite in white with mains power shower over the bath. There is also attractive slate tiling to the floor.
Mactalla Na Mara is situated on the outskirts of the popular village of Bonar Bridge which has shops, mobile bank, post office, primary school, doctor's surgery, cottage hospital, library and golf course. There is also a newly built Hub which has a café, gym and soft play. The Royal Burgh of Dornoch is some 12 miles to the east and offers a wide range of facilities including hotels, restaurants, sandy beaches and the well-known Royal Dornoch Golf Course.
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