Semi-detached house forms part of a row of similar ex-local authority houses which are conveniently situated close to the town centre within easy walking distance of the High Street, leisure centre which has a swimming pool, schools and bus stops. The town offers a wide variety of facilities including national supermarkets, independent shops, hotels, banks, restaurants and pubs. Dingwall benefits from regular bus and train services to both north and south and Inverness is within easy commuting distance.
The house was built around 85 years ago and is of a traditional stone construction which has recently had the benefit of exterior insulation cladding. There is off street parking provided for 2-3 cars in the driveway and there are attractive gardens to the front and back where there are also two large sheds and a decked area which is a sun trap. The property has three double bedrooms and is in walk in condition having recently had some internal re-decoration completed. This house would provide an ideal family home, first time purchase or buy to let investment.
Directions: On entering Dingwall from Maryburgh, turn left at the second set of traffic lights (signposted Ullapool), continue along Mill Street and you will see Cockburns the Butchers on the left hand side, turn right opposite the butchers into Millcraig Road, No. 5 is on the right hand side.