2 Smiths Lane, Nairn, IV12 4DG
£100,000 Offers Over - Sold
- Convenient location
- Double glazed and central heated
- Generous room sizes
- Independent own front door
Property SummaryApprox. Dimensions
Lounge 4.85m x 4.64m
Kitchen 3.64m x 3.18m
Bedroom 1 4.55m x 3.79m
Bedroom 2 3.63m x 3.18m
Shower room 3.25m x 2.78m
2 Smiths Lane offers a great investment with so much potential to create a beautiful home. The period property benefits from generous room sizes, high ceilings and a huge attic with great possibilities.
From ‘The Brae’ on Nairn High Street, an archway leads into Smiths Lane. Smiths Lane then continues and emerges on King Street at the other end.
No 2 Smiths Lane is entered via a timber door leading to a carpeted stairway then onto the first floor accommodation.
The rooms are bright, spacious and with a little ‘TLC’ this could be a beautiful home with lots of scope to put one’s own stamp on.
The lounge is well-proportioned and to the front of the property. A fyfestone fireplace with a gas fire inset provides a focal point and shelved alcoves with cupboards below at each side of the fireplace, provides some storage.
Bedroom 1 is accessed off the lounge and is a very generous sized room providing wall to wall built-in storage. A window faces to the front aspect and access to the loft is from bedroom 1 via a large loft hatch with drop down Ramsay ladder. The loft is quite extensive and could be a very useful space for various uses.
Just off the bedroom is a small lower level room with window to the rear. The room would serve well as a walk-in dressing room allowing for ample storage.
Bedroom 2 is off the hallway and again a generous double capacity bedroom with a window to the rear. Adjacent to the bedroom is the kitchen which is fitted with a good selection of wood effect wall and base units with a laminate worktop and tiled splashback. Appliances include a Cannon cooker, Bush washing machine and a Bosch fridge, all freestanding. A stainless steel sink and drainer sit below the window and an informal dining space is created by way of a breakfast bar. The wall-mounted central heating boiler is also located in the kitchen.