Glenelg is in the prime residential area of Crown. Secluded, set back from the road and surrounded by mature hedging. Within easy walking distance to Inverness city centre and also in close proximity to other local amenities at Kingsmills which …
Glenelg is in the prime residential area of Crown. Secluded, set back from the road and surrounded by mature hedging. Within easy walking distance to Inverness city centre and also in close proximity to other local amenities at Kingsmills which include hotels, beauty salon, a general store, deli, GP surgery, dentist, opticians and a pharmacy. There is a regular bus service to and from the city centre as well as to other areas of Inverness. Education is provided at Crown Primary school and Millburn Academy.
Inverness has all the facilities of a thriving modern city, while the mix of old and new has allowed the city to retain much of its historic dignity and strong Highland culture which blend well with modern theatre and the arts. The city has good communications by both road and rail and the airport, about a twenty minute drive away, offers regular flights to the south and Europe.
The countryside of the Scottish Highlands is varied, from the fertile, rolling farmland of the coast to the inland moorlands and rugged mountains. This unspoilt landscape provides a haven for many rare and protected species of wildlife as well as a wide range of rural leisure and sporting opportunities from way-marked walks and cycle trails on the Black Isle, to skiing and adventure sports in the Cairngorms National Park.
Glenelg is an architect designed house built in 1963. Purchased by the current owners in 1978, this is only the second time the property has ever come to the market. The house has been well-maintained and upgraded over the years with recent improvements including the installation of double glazing and a new gas boiler in 2017.
The interior has bright and well laid out, versatile accommodation with features such as solid wood finishes, built-in wardrobes and concertina doors in the reception rooms which allow the space to extend into the generous entrance hall. The house is filled with light and there are doors to the garden from both the sitting room and family room. There is a ground floor bedroom/ study with adjacent shower room and four further bedrooms on the first floor, all with built-in wardrobes, and a family bathroom.
NOTE - It should be noted this property is of non-traditional construction.