On the outskirts of Inverness there’s a house that contains many desirable items that a lot of house-hunters hope to find in their dream home.
The Rowans is a beautiful five-bedroom bungalow which sits within a country setting, yet is within easy commuting distance of the city.
That’s two boxes ticked…
Once you step inside, it’s clear to see that this is an upmarket family home, in terms of build and character – easily evident through features such as the oak flooring, doors and finishes used throughout.
In the spacious sitting room there’s another object of desire, a Stovax wood-burning stove, while the large dining kitchen is immaculate and very well appointed and comes with a host of integral, high-end appliances.
Here, there’s a picture window over the colourful back garden and a really welcoming, thoughtfully planned space for gathering/seating. Another room that many people aspire to have one day is the sunroom.
A substantial room with windows on three sides and French doors, it also has a wood-burning stove which makes it a room you can use all year round.
Depending on your viewpoints, I’ve perhaps saved the most desirable items to last…
For this house comes with an invisible vacuum cleaning system connected throughout the whole house which makes humphing around clunky vacuum cleaners a thing of the past.
There’s also a sound system connecting through the house which means you can have music wherever you go. That’s even more des-res boxes ticked off…
Rowans is in the quiet hamlet of Inverarnie, adjacent to the village of Farr, and around five miles from Inverness.
The house, which has lots of good storage and wardrobe space, is close to Farr Village Hall, and looks on to the sports pitch.
The full accommodation comprises an entrance vestibule, sitting room, dining kitchen/family room, dining room, sunroom, utility room and WC, hall, master bedroom with en suite shower room and walk-in wardrobe, office/single bedroom, three double bedrooms and a family bathroom.
On the market at offers over £415,000, it comes with a double garage which has a lined ceiling with insulated loft space, which could be floored for further recreational space if required.
Outside, there’s a stone chipped drive and front and rear parking areas.
There’s established lawns with maturing, easily maintained shrub beds.
A plot of ground to the north side and rear garden, including the polytunnel, is to be retained by the current owners.
For those with a family, Farr Nursery and Primary School is a short drive away, while near the house, there are many enjoyable countryside or woodland walks close to the hamlet which can be enjoyed.
Contact: Murchison Law on 01463 709992.