11 Mansefield Park

Mansefield Park, Kirkhill, Inverness, Highland, IV5 7ND

Offers Over £450,000

0.3 acres

Bedroom Count icon 5

Reception Count icon 1

Bathroom Count icon 2

  • A detached bungalow in a village setting with views over neighbouring farmland.
  • Open plan living area. Five Bedrooms.
  • Versatile and well-proportioned accommodation.
  • Potential home office.
  • Well-tended garden with covered deck and garden room.
  • Detached double garage.
  • Glamping pod with income generating potential.
  • About 0.12 hectares (0.30 acres) in all.

Mansefield Park is a development of detached and semi-detached bungalows located in the popular village of Kirkhill within commuting distance of Inverness. The village has an active community centre, a primary school with nursery and a free bus service runs to secondary schooling in Inverness. Beauly about 4 miles away, has further amenities including a railway station, shops, cafes and restaurants and two doctors surgeries. The surrounding countryside is peaceful and unspoilt, popular with those who enjoy outdoor pursuits such as hill walking, cycling and fishing, with salmon fishing available on the River Beauly. The National Nature Reserves of Glen Affric, and Strathfarrar are just a short distance away and the west coast with its excellent sailing and beaches is within easy reach. Inverness, about eight miles away, has all the facilities of a modern city including its airport with regular flights to the south.No 11 Mansefield Park is a detached bungalow that has been under the same ownership since 2016 and has well-appointed family accommodation with high quality finishes and an oil fired under floor heating system. The layout and design of the accommodation produces an interior with versatility and with excellent storage. The contemporary kitchen was extended by the previous owner with the addition of a dining/family area forming an open plan living space incorporating the formal sitting room with wood burning stove. The dining/family area has bi-fold glazed doors opening to the garden extending the sense of space and filling the house with natural light.