Located in a picturesque hamlet in Rosehall this spacious detached property offers the opportunity to renovate and modernise to create a fabulous family home or possible Bed and Breakfast to take advantage of the increasing tourist trade in the area.
A gravel driveway leads to the front of the property and a hardwood door opens to the hallway. Doors lead to the sitting room and dining room and stairs rise to the upper floor.
The sitting room is to the right of the hall and there are dual aspect windows overlooking the front and side gardens.
The dining room is to the left and overlooks the front garden it has a built-in storage cupboard. A door leads to the inner hall where access is gained to the WC and kitchen. There is a large storage cupboard and a door leads back to the front garden.
The kitchen has a good range of floor and wall units and space for a breakfast table. A door leads to the rear porch and that in turn to the back garden.
Returning to main hall the stairs lead to a bathroom at the turn which has three built in storage cupboards. The stairs continue and split to the main landing and rear landing. Bedrooms 1 and 2 are to the front of the house and both enjoy rural views and have built in double wardrobes and the original cast iron fireplaces. A second bathroom sits between these two bedrooms.
Bedrooms 3 and 4 are accessed from the rear landing and have views to the side and over woodland. Bedroom 4 again has a built in double wardrobe and the original cast iron fireplace.
The Old Post Office is a detached property set in good sized garden grounds in the pretty village of Rosehall.
Rosehall is situated in the heart of the Highlands some 8 miles west of Lairg. The village has a small community, the Achness Hotel and a primary school nearby. Lairg has a greater range of facilities including a railway station with services north to Wick and Thurso and south to Inverness.
The Rivers Cassley and Oykel provide good sport with a variety of exciting beats for the keen fisherman. Local estates offer world class Red Deer stalking. There are several Munros within easy reach, providing plenty of choice to hill walkers and mountaineers and the west coast, with its dramatic scenery, is within an hour's drive.
The main regional centre, Inverness, is approximately 50 miles and has all the facilities and amenities to hand. These include modern shopping centre, hotels, restaurants, theatre, cinemas, hospital and mainline railway station. Inverness Airport has numerous services to destinations both home and abroad. These include Easyjet and British Airways to London Gatwick, Heathrow, Bristol and beyond.