This charming semi detached cottage is of a traditional stone construction and dates back to around the 1850’s. Originally two cottages, they were joined together in the 1970’s forming a substantial house which belies the street frontage. The property is in reasonable condition but would now benefit from upgrading and modernisation. There is a pleasant garden to the rear which is teeming with birds. To the front (across the road) there is a large garden which extends to the shore line and enjoys the sun for most of the day. The cottage enjoys stunning views across the Cromarty Firth towards Nigg and Cromarty. The house would provide an ideal family home and with its close proximity to the NC500 a wonderful holiday home.
Saltburn is situated along from the town and port of Invergordon on the northern side of the Cromarty Firth. The town, with its excellent road and rail links boasts a wide variety of independent shops and there are national supermarkets, some cafes and bars. The town’s port attracts large cruise liners from all over the world. There are plenty employment opportunities in the area and the town has primary and secondary schools. The house is on a bus route and there is a rail station making an easy commute to Tain, Alness, Dingwall and Inverness.
Directions: From the A9 take the B817 turning (signed) Invergordon follow the shore road for 4.2 miles, no. 30 is on the left.
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