2 Souters View, Loch Flemington, Inverness, IV2 7AH

£600,000 Offers Over - For Sale
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Property Details

  • Type: Detached House
  • Availability: For Sale
  • Bedrooms: 5
  • Bathrooms: 3
  • Reception Rooms: 1
  • Parking: Double Garage, Driveway
  • Outside Space: Private gardens
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • EPC Rating: B
  • Council Tax Band: G

Property Features

  • Fantastic contemporary home
  • Semi -rural village location
  • Energy efficient

Property Summary

Superior 4/5 bedroom contemporary dwelling built in 2020, and located in a semi-rural location on the edge of the small village of Loch Flemington.

2 Souters View, Loch Flemington is a stunning four/five bedroom property featuring light, airy accommodation, with  bespoke fittings throughout, a stunning kitchen,  carefully chosen quality sanitaryware and attractive tiling. The property boasts high-end fixtures and fittings, solid oak finishings and is extremely energy efficient.

On the ground floor the living area provides a desirable semi- open-plan layout spanning from the front to the rear of the property.

An impressive kitchen has sleek, contemporary units providing very generous storage, Quartz worktops and a large central island with a solid oak circular breakfast bar attached. NEFF integrated appliances include two electric ovens (one is a combination), warming drawer, wine fridge, sink with Quooker boiling water tap, dishwasher, fridge, freezer and an induction hob with a statement remote controlled extraction hood above.

The dining area provides ample space for a large family dining table and chairs. Two sets of patio doors off the kitchen and dining area attract an abundance of natural daylight and provide access to the garden and patio areas.

A chimney breast and half-height wall provide a deliberate delineation between the kitchen and lounge without closing the room off completely, thus still allowing a nice flow between the kitchen, dining and lounge. The lounge boasts a beautiful engineered oak floor, cathedral style windows and a feature wood-burning stove.

The ground floor also offers a downstairs bedroom with a plush, fully tiled shower room adjacent, convenient for less-mobile residents or guests. A generous family room with patio doors could provide a fifth bedroom if required,  and a fully fitted utility room provides access to the side of the property and houses the hot water cylinder and air source heating controls.

A bespoke oak staircase leads to the first floor where a stylish and creative ‘bridge landing’ adds to the open and airy space of the hallway downstairs.

There are three further double bedrooms, including the master, which has its own enviable, fully fitted dressing room,  and en suite bathroom with separate shower unit, Jacuzzi bath and ‘His and Her’ wash basins.  A further beautifully presented shower room conveniently sits between the other two double bedrooms one of which offers a Juliette balcony with french doors.

The garden extends to approximately one third of an acre.  There is ample parking and turning space on a large gravel area to the front. This also leads to the detached double garage with electronic door which also benefits from attic trusses, potentially allowing a conversion opportunity in the future.

The property lies approx. 6 miles from the city of Inverness, 9 miles from the seaside town of Nairn, and 3 miles from Inverness Airport which provides flights to and from many destinations within the UK and Europe.

Inverness, the capital of the Highlands and one of Europe’s fastest growing cities, is considered to be among the top five UK cities to live. The city with its modern infrastructure has been a popular attraction for businesses including Lifescan Scotland, one of the country’s largest Life Sciences employers, Norbord Europe, Capgemini, Orion and the Global Energy Group. Inverness also boasts a modern campus for the University of the Highlands and Islands (UHI) which offers the opportunity to attain qualifications at all levels up to PhD and attracts students worldwide.

There is a vibrant restaurant and bar scene along with Eden Court Theatre in the city which play a key role in local employment. Tourism flourishes, even more-so now with ‘staycations’ being so popular following Covid pandemic and travel restrictions, with  Loch Ness and the Cairngorms National Park the start of the NC500 being among the many  major appeals to the Highlands along with our array of championship golf courses including the seaside links golf course at Castle Stuart along the Moray Firth and minutes from Loch Flemington, the scenic coastal championship course of  Nairn Golf Club, 6 miles away,  along with Royal Dornoch a short drive away to the North.

The close-by town of   Nairn, an ancient fishing port and market town lies around 16 miles east of Inverness and 6 miles from Loch Flemington.  Nairn is now best known as a seaside resort, with two golf courses, award-winning beaches, a community centre/ arts venue (Nairn Community & Arts Centre), a small theatre (called The Little Theatre) and some enviable hotels, bars and restaurants to rival any city.

Approx Dimensions -

Ground Floor -                                                                      First floor

Lounge             5.6m x 4.9m                                                Bedroom 2         4.5m x 3.2m

Kitchen            4.9 x 5.8m                                                    Bedroom 3          3.8m x 3.5m

Dining Rm      4.9m x 3.1m                                                 Master Bedrm     4.2m x 3.6m

Bedroom 1       4.0m x 3.8m                                                Dressing Rm       3.0m x 2.8m

Shower Rm      2.6m x 2.2m                                                En suite                3.0m x 2.0m

Bed 5/Family   4.8m x 4.1m                                                Shower Rm         2.3m x 2.0m

Utility Rm       3.8m x 2.6m