A unique opportunity to purchase and restore two historic properties in a rural location, near the iconic Dunrobin Castle in Sutherland
1 and 2 Review Park are steeped in history, having originally been part of the wider Review Park, where the Countess of Sutherland raised and reviewed the famous 93rd (Sutherland Highlanders) Regiment of Foot in 1799. Only after the main road was moved south of the cottages to make room for the railway in the 1860's were they isolated from the Park.
1 and 2 Review Park are a pair of semi-detached cottages which are in need of complete upgrading and modernisation.
Number 1 Review Park has a hardwood door to the hallway which has stairs to the upper floor.
To the right of the hall is the kitchen which has windows to the front overlooking Review Park and a built-in storage cupboard. There is a door to rear which accesses a dilapidated extension which would have been used as a utility room. This extension leads to the garden.
To the left of the entrance hall is a sitting room which has a central fireplace and has dual aspect windows to the side and front. A door leads from the sitting room to the dining room which has a corner fireplace and dual aspect windows
to the side and rear.
From the main hall a staircase rises to the upper floor landing which leads to the bedrooms and bathroom.
To the right of the landing is bedroom one which has a window to the front enjoying far-reaching views across the fields. The bathroom also sits to the right and is in need of complete renovation.
To the left of the landing is bedroom two which is an L-shaped room which has a built-in storage cupboard and a window to the front. Bedroom three again has a window to the front and a built-in shelved storage cupboard. Bedroom four is a large double room which sits to the rear of the property and has a built-in storage cupboard and a window to the side overlooking the side garden.
Number 2 is the right-hand property and is accessed by a gate to the front garden area.
Double doors open to the entrance hallway which has two built-in storage cupboards. The hallway gives access to the dining room to the right and sitting room to the left. A staircase rises to the upper floor.
The dining room has a window to the front and a door to the kitchen area which has dual aspect windows to the front and side, a door leads to the rear garden.
The sitting room has a window to the front and recessed shelving.
Bedroom 3 sits to the rear of the property and has a window to the side overlooking the garden. The bathroom has a three-piece suite in white comprising WC, wash hand basin and bath.
Stairs rise to the upper floor landing where you find bedrooms one and two, there is a built-in storage cupboard on the landing. Both bedrooms have windows to the front enjoying views over Review Park to Dunrobin Castle and both have built-in storage cupboards.
There is a small garden area to the rear of 2 Review Park and large garden grounds to the side which are mainly laid to grass and bounded by mature trees.
To the side of No 1 Review Park is a parking area and a fenced garden area
Strictly by appointment with Bell Ingram Beauly office - 01463 717799. Please note that viewings will be at pre-arranged set times. Due to the condition of the building, it is inadvisable for children to attend and viewers enter the building at
their own risk.
Special Conditions of Sale
The sale is conditional on the successful purchaser demonstrating and procuring planning permission and listed building consent pertaining to the renovation works, the plans of which will be to the reasonable satisfaction of the seller. The
works must then be completed within two years of the date of entry. A Burden to that effect will appear in the Disposition to follow.
Bell Ingram LLP