Norcroft is a traditional cottage which has been tastefully extended to provide a spacious family home. The property could also be used for bed and breakfast purposes due to its layout. There is a separate office which would enable the potential purchaser to work from home. 136 is set in expansive gardens to the rear giving the property a tranquil and private feel.
A paved path leads to a glazed door to entrance porch with a large cloaks cupboard, a door to the hall and an opening to the conservatory. The conservatory is a delightful room enjoying lovely garden views and giving access via French doors to the rear garden.
Parquet flooring runs throughout the ground floor living areas.
The hall has a door to the sitting room, bathroom and dining room. Stairs rise to the upper floor. The sitting room lies to the right of the hall and has triple aspect windows overlooking the gardens. There is a central feature of an open fire with ornate tiling around set on a stone hearth with wooden surround. This also heats the radiators in various locations throughout the property.
The bathroom also accessed from the hall and has a three-piece suite in white with WC, wash hand basin and bath with electric shower over which is fully tiled around. There are two good sized storage cupboards.
To the left of the hall is the dining room which has a window overlooking the front garden, French doors to the conservatory and an open fire with ornate tiling set in a polished stone hearth and wooden surround.
A door opens to the kitchen which has a range of floor and wall units in white. Dual aspect windows let in plenty of natural light. There is space and plumbing for a cooker, dishwasher and fridge.
A door leads to the rear hall and an external door opens to the back garden. Bedroom 1 overlooks the back garden and has a double wardrobe with sliding doors and a further storage cupboard. There is a WC with a two-piece suite in white off the hall.
Bedroom 2(master) is set to the front of the property and has a bay window overlooking the front garden. There is an en-suite shower room and large walk in dressing room.
To the end of the rear hall is a porch which leads to the driveway, the large utility room is accessed from the porch and has a good range of floor and wall units with a sink and double drainer. There is space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer and also space for a fridge freezer.
Returning to the main hall and stairs rise to the upper floor where there are two further bedrooms, both overlooking the rear gardens and bedroom 4 has a built in double wardrobe.
Situated on the single-track road which leads to Gordonbush, Norcroft enjoys a peaceful location with superb rural views yet is within easy driving distance of Brora and the facilities it has to offer. There are good shopping facilities in the village and the Royal Marine Hotel. The hotel has a leisure club with swimming pool, sauna, steam room, jacuzzi and gym.
Brora is best known for the quality of its golf, fishing and whisky and is well served by a wide range of local facilities, banking, a post office van which comes twice a week and a doctor's surgery. There is a local primary school and secondary schooling is at Golspie. A railway station and local bus services offer good transport links and the A9 provides the main north/south trunk road. Further facilities are available at Golspie (6 miles) and Inverness, just over an hour's drive away, has an excellent range of facilities including a good shopping centre, cinemas, theatre, hospital and mainline railway station. Inverness Airport is about 8 miles from the city centre and offers a variety of services to destinations both home and abroad.
Brora has a small harbour for the boating enthusiasts and a superb beach. There is ample opportunity for recreational activities in the wider area including hill walking, mountain biking, road cycling and mountaineering, fishing (river, loch and sea) and all forms of country sports. Brora has one of James Braids' Finest Links Golf Courses. Brora is also in the Top 100 Courses of Britain and Ireland. Royal Dornoch, Golspie, Tain, are within easy reach. Brora is also on the popular North Coast 500 route.