- Great location, within walking distance of High School and local amenities
- Enjoying an open aspect to the front with views over communal area
- 3 / 4 bedrooms
- Spacious lounge / Modern fitted kitchen
- Neatly kept and low maintenance gardens to front and rear
- Double Glazing / Oil Fired Heating / Off street parking to the rear
- Energy Performance Rating D-61
This spacious, 3/4 bedroomed mid terrace house is situated in the popular village of Caol, within easy walking distance of local amenities. The property forms a great opportunity for a first time buyer or buy to let as well as a fantastic family home.
The property was built around 1968 and spans approximately 87sq m, there are restricted hillside views and Ben Nevis, Aonach Mhor and the Nevis mountain range can be seen on the approach to the property.
This lovely family home benefits from generous living accommodation, a modern fitted kitchen, dual aspect lounge and good storage. Additionally there is double glazing, oil fired heating with radiators to each of the rooms with the exception of the box room, low maintenance garden grounds to the front and rear as well as off street parking. There is no parking to the front of the Crescent where there is an open communal grassed area.
It should be noted that the stain to the Kitchen ceiling is historic and was caused by a leak to the bath. Subsequently a new shower unit has been installed but the repainting of the kitchen ceiling has not been attended to.
Accommodation Comprises: Lounge, Fitted Kitchen, Three Bedrooms, Box Room/Nursery and Shower room.
ENTRANCE PORCH: 1.25m x 1.09m (4’01” x 3’07”)
HALLWAY: 3.83m X 1.65m (12’06” x 5’05”)
Two store cupboards, one housing the water tank. Laminate flooring.
LOUNGE: 5.92m x 3.36m (19’05” x 11’)
Dual windows and carpet flooring.
KITCHEN: 4.13 m x 3.54m (13’ 6”x 11’07”) (longest x widest )
Rear facing with a variety of wall, drawer and base units as well as a walk in store cupboard.
BEDROOM 1: 4.37m x 3.15m (14’03”x 10’04”) (longest x widest ) Spacious front facing room with carpet flooring and hillside views.
BEDROOM 2: 3.15m x 2.75m (10’04”x 9’) (widest points)
Front facing room, back to board flooring, built-in storage cupboard with shelving.
BEDROOM 3: 3.43m x 2.93m (11’02”x 9’07”)
Rear facing, carpet flooring and hillside views.
BEDROOM 4-BOX ROOM or NURSERY/STUDY:
2.29m x 1.65m (7’05”x 5’05”)
SHOWER ROOM: 2.16m X 1.67m (7’ x 5’05”)
Walk in shower, W.C, wash hand basin, Dimplex expelair and predominantly wet wall finish.
The front and rear gardens are relatively low maintenance with the front being bounded by fence and hedge with gated access. An access path divides two areas of the front garden, one which is grass and patio the other is grass and gravel. Each of the areas have planted borders and decorative tubs and flowers.
To the rear is gravelled open access for off street parking although there is significant parking in the garage/parking area. There is a small timber shed .
DIRECTIONS: 17, Torcastle Crescent, Caol, Fort William, PH33 7EF
On leaving Fort William Town Centre travel North on the A82. At the Ben Nevis Distillery/BP station roundabout turn left on to the A830 road to Mallaig. Turn left at Farmfoods/traffic lights, into Caol. Follow the main road, passing the co-operative supermarket and take the next right into Glen Nevis Road. Take the 2nd left into a parking bay and continue until reaching the end of the bay where rear parking and access to No 17 is on the far left.
Situated in the sought after village location of Caol. Caol is a well equipped village with local services to include, Two General Stores, a Post Office/Newsagents, Chemist, Community Centre and Primary School. The Lochaber High School and the Medical Centre also, are a short walk from Torcastle Crescent. There is easy access to the beach and popular walks around the Caledonian Canal and the West Highland Way. There is a bus route into the town centre with links to the Medical Centre and Lochaber High School.
Caol is approximately 1 mile from the town of Fort William which lies on the banks of Loch Linnhe. Fort William has a train station with rail connections to, Edinburgh, Inverness, Glasgow and Mallaig as well as the overnight sleeper to London. Fort William is the main district town of Lochaber, known as the “Outdoor Capital of the UK.” The town is a popular tourist destination and has a wide variety of tourist attractions including the locks at Corpach Basin on the Caledonian Canal which make ideal walking opportunities on the Great Glen Way, Ben Nevis and Glen Nevis.
Fort William has developed an enviable reputation for providing all manner of outdoor pursuits including skiing, hill walking, mountain biking and sailing to name but a few.