Completed in 2006, this detached villa has been finished to an impressive specification, enjoying a superb elevated location overlooking Inverness and to both Beauly and Moray Firths and the Black Isle beyond. In excellent order throughout, the accommodation is well laid out, bright and spacious with most rooms taking advantage of the surrounding scenic views.
Arranged over two levels and extending to around 267 sq metres, the property is presented in excellent decorative order throughout and includes a number of features including oak flooring and surrounds, ceiling coving, high ceilings, skirting’s and fireplace with inset feature fire.
Ros-Na-Ree is approached via a pillared entrance leading to a driveway to the front and the double garage. Access is via the welcoming entrance hallway leading to a magnificent formal lounge which enjoys fantastic, far-reaching views. A set of double doors opens up into the open plan dining kitchen which includes a dining area, sitting area and kitchen. The kitchen comes with a comprehensive range of wall and base storage units, Neff integrated appliances, Maytag American style fridge freezer, centre island and breakfast bar. There is a utility room providing space for white goods and storage, wc/cloak and a space for a home office/study in the inner hallway.
The upper level accommodation is entered via a spacious and bright landing. This leads to a wonderful and beautifully proportioned Master bedroom. With three front facing windows, the elevated views over Inverness are spectacular. There is plenty of storage and an en suite shower room with large walk in shower, wc, wash hand basin and heated towel rail. There are a further three bedrooms, one with en suite facilities, and a luxuriously appointed family bathroom with free standing bath, wc, wash hand basin, and heated towel rail.
Set only 2 miles from the centre of Inverness, the property is located in a much admired, desirable location in the heart of Inverness only a short distance from the city centre and conveniently placed for the highly regarded schools and the recently built Inverness Campus of the University of the Highlands and Islands.
There are countless things to see and do including the tree lined walk to Ness Islands, Inverness Castle and Cathedral. Eden Court Theatre is the city's main venue for drama and entertainment, presenting a varied year-round programme of shows to suit all tastes and there is an excellent selection of restaurants, bars and nightclubs. For the outdoor enthusiast there is a wide range of pursuits available.
Inverness is very much the commercial and business centre for the Highlands of Scotland and is convenient for the Airport which is located to the east of the city only 10 miles away. The airport provides a variety of domestic and European flights. Inverness also has excellent public transport links with good bus and rail connections.
Ros-Na-Ree is set in garden grounds extending to approximately 1.30 acres which are laid mainly to lawn. To the rear of the property the gardens have been landscaped for ease of maintenance and include two outdoor sitting areas, with lovely views over the local countryside and beyond and a garden shed.
The double garage has remote roller doors, power and lighting.