This 4 bedroom detached bungalow is situated on the edge of the beautiful agricultural village of Gillock, which is approximately halfway between Thurso and Wick in Caithness.
The enormous open-plan sunroom, dining room, and kitchen is an impressive space that really does have a certain ‘wow factor’. It is perfect as the heart of the family home or equally as an awesome party room!
The contemporary designer kitchen is a real delight, with a mixture of soft close hidden drawers, wall, and base cabinets. It has a sleek modern Neff extractor hood, double oven, and hob. This kitchen blends copious storage (the larder cupboard must be seen!), expansive food preparation areas, and a breakfast bar – all seamlessly. The Utility room is accessed directly from the kitchen or back door. It’s equipped with the necessary services for a chest freezer, washing machine and dryer and has a kitchen sink, base units, and worktop to make washing day that little bit simpler! The garage is also accessed internally from the utility room.
Three excellent sized double bedrooms and one single (currently used as a craft room by the present owners), are accessed via the hall – all neutrally decorated with plush brown carpets. The master bedroom is the largest of the four and enjoys a beautiful view over the garden. The bedroom has full width and height mirrored cupboards at one end providing ample storage. The bedroom has an ensuite with stunning, modern fully tiled thermostatic shower enclosure, W/C, and basin. The lounge is situated at the opposite end of the property and is neutrally decorated with a plush brown carpet and all necessary outlets for the TV, computer, and phone. The lounge windows look out onto lush meadows at the front of the property.
The sunrooms patio doors give seamless access to the south-facing garden, perfect for when the sun’s out! The 2-acre plot has a generous lawn area and set aside; 2 ponds; a polytunnel and four large raised-beds; a garden shed; many mature trees, hedges, and flower beds bordering the paths; as well as an extensive patio for alfresco dinning. It also has a fire pit, bar-b-que area, cascade water feature, and numerous secret seating areas – each with the essential fixed “bottle opening” points.
Only about 40% of the plot is being utilised – leaving over an acre for potential development: possibly a second property for resale or holiday let; several camping pods for accommodation for visitors touring the NC 500 or going further north to Orkney or Shetland; a self-sufficient homestead; or workshops. Potential developments are dependent on the acquisition of necessary permissions.
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