Hillcrest, Galcantray

Cawdor, Nairn, IV12 5XU

Offers Over £550,000

1.54 acres

Bedroom Count icon 4

Reception Count icon 3

Bathroom Count icon 4

  • An attractive detached property with stunning panoramic views.
  • Three Reception Rooms. Four Bedrooms.
  • Well appointment, light filled accommodation.
  • Easily managed garden with development potential.
  • A beautiful setting with panoramic views.
  • Detached timber built double garage with attached log stores
  • Electric car charging point
  • About 0.62 hectares (1.54 acres) in all.

Hillcrest is located in a peaceful yet easily accessible location equidistant from both Inverness and Nairn. Local amenities, including a primary school can be found in the village of Cawdor approximately 4 miles away. Quiet single track roads around the house are ideal for cycling, while nearby there are countryside walks and forest trails. The surrounding area is unspoilt and varied from beaches and harbours to woodland and dramatic mountain ranges. Inverness is a thriving modern city offering a wide range of amenities and excellent restaurants, shops and sporting facilities. 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 offers regular flights to the south and Europe.Hillcrest, an attractive detached residence, has been in the same ownership since 2013. The property is energy efficient with high level of insulation and a combination of double and triple glazing. Thoughtfully designed to make the most of the elevated site and beautiful semi rural location, the property is well appointed and the dual aspect of many of the rooms produces a light filled interior. An open fireplace with back boiler that services the domestic hot water and radiators creates a pleasing focal point in the sitting room and the semi open plan living area comprising a dining area, kitchen and sun room forms the heart of the home. The vaulted first floor family room, currently used as a bedroom, has floor to ceiling glazing, and glazed doors opening to a balcony with glass balustrade ensuring uninterrupted, far reaching panoramic views over the neighbouring countryside to the Fannich mountain range in the west, Ben Wyvis in Easter Ross and the Moray Firth and beyond to the north east.