£495,000 Guide Price

Parkhouse Close, Aboyne, Aberdeenshire, AB34 4UZ

5 bedroom detached house for sale

 
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Selling Date Selling Price Value change
17 September 2007 £375,000 N/A

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Property Details

The opportunity to purchase this rare and unique design 5 Bedroomed Detached home situated on an executive development of 6 properties. Built on the outskirts of the peaceful and historic old market village of Tarland within the area of MacRobert Trust Woodlands Estate and with easy access to the renowned and popular Douneside House Hotel and Leisure Centre.

All interest and OFFERS are INVITED.

Occupying an area approximately one third of an acre with wrap around lawns, there are exceptional views to the front along with sunsets over the Cairngorms. Scenic vistas within minutes walk from property.

It also benefits from a loc-bloc drive with large parking and turning area. A further timber build on a concrete foundation construction of a summer house/garage sits just left of the drive.

There is a double integral garage/utility area fitted with sink/units, integral and free-standing appliances. This thoughtfully designed home reflects its tranquil surroundings and the ideal place to escape busy city life.

The property benefits from a State of the art energy efficient Solarfocus Therminator2 Biomass 'Wood Pellet/log' Burner/boiler Heating system with a 1250 Litre Accumulator tank - Supplying the lower ground under- floor heating system along with upper floor radiators and continuous domestic hot water.

There is also aRHI (Renewable Heat Incentive ) Grant attached - payment to home owner of 2400 per year until 2021 -

Superior NorDan double- glazed doors and windows throughout.

Beautifully presented, this truly immaculate home is enhanced with neutral decor throughout to complement the furnishings with slate and solid oak flooring to maintain a modern yet traditional look to enhance the entire home. Stepping into this lovely home, the vestibule leads directly into the warm and inviting hall with an imposing double height ceiling with three velux windows. The slate flooring in the hall is continued into the exceptionally spacious lounge which undoubtedly is the heart of the home, designed to accommodate generous living and dining space the latter enhanced with a feature dome style ceiling, this immaculately presented room has very efficient under-floor heating with the addition of a modern ceramic, wood burning effect style LPG stove, set on a granite hearth.

Taking full advantage of the south/westerly situ, there are Double Georgian style doors off the living area which give entrance to the solar room, a bright and relaxing space. Double Georgian doors give access to the splendid kitchen, fitted with a range of hand built French oak free-standing units and wall cabinets paired further with off white colour shaker style units with opaque fronted wall cabinets, a blend of tiling and splash backs compliments the solid oak worktops, this being finished with stylish lighting.

There is a Mercury range cooker very economical, dual fuel LPG/Electric with five burners incorporating central wok station, attachable hot plate, two double ovens of which one is fan assisted an integrated grill, storage drawer, stainless steel splash back and co-coordinating colour hood extractor. Opposite there are oak units housing a double porcelain sink and drainer, there is an integrated dishwasher, fridge, freezer, tall pull-out larder along with a pull-out spice rack. French doors give entry to an 'Alfresco' area tucked away at the side of the house, ideal to relax and enjoy a fine day/summer breakfast, lunch or dinner.

This aspect position commands all day sun, especially in the summer months; it also lends itself to a private fenced garden to enjoy seclusion and relaxation. Integral door leads to the garage/utility area, double car space, fitted units with integrated appliances sink, and washing machine, dryer and fitted units. A wall of double glazed bi-fold doors with mesmerising and reaching views compliments this multi purpose aspect room. Two double bedrooms both have built-in wardrobes and carpeted floors one being used as office space. The modern fitted shower room with walk in shower completes the downstairs accommodation. The carpeted Oak balustrade staircase takes you up to the bright, airy gallery that makes an ideal study/extra seating space, relaxing views through large veluxwindows.

The elegantly presented spacious master bedroom, with oak flooring, enjoys through views of the panoramic wide angled bow windows. In this bright room there is a walk-in dressing room, en-suite facilities, spa like and relaxing, incorporating a double Jacuzzi bath and integral shower, with tiling to walls and floor.

The final two double bedrooms both have built-in wardrobes and carpeted flooring. The spacious family bathroom is fitted with a white three piece suite plus large corner shower enclosure along with half wall and tiled floor to finish.

Ground Floor
Entrance Vestibule 7'10" x 6'7" (2.39m x 2m)
Reception Hall 23'4" x 9'2" (7.11m x 2.8m)
Lounge/Dining 34'11" x 16'4"(10.65m x 4.98m)
Solar room 21' x 11'4" (6.39m x 3.46m)
Kitchen 16'8" x 13'6" (5.08m x 4.11m)
Bedroom 4. 12'4" x 11'10" (3.76m x 3.6m)
Office/Bedroom 5 11'10" x 11'3" (3.6m x 3.43m)
Shower Room 8'4" x 8' (2.54m x 2.44m)

First Floor
Gallery 12' x 12'(3.66m x 3.66m)
Master Bedroom 28'3" x 14'10" (8.61m x 4.52m)
En Suite 13'5" x 6' (4.80m x 1.83m)
Bedroom 2. 24' x 13'10" (7.32m x 4.22m)
Bedroom 3. 14'2" x 10'7" (4.32m x 3.23m)
Family Bathroom 11'9" x 8'2" (3.58m x 2.5m)


TARLAND is a picturesque village in the Howe O'Cromar approximately 28 miles from Aberdeen, Surrounding places of interest within Royal Deeside Aboyne, Ballater and Breamar home of the intriguing Highland Gamesabeautiful and scenicdrive fromTarland . There are a number of shops in 'The Square' this being the hub of the community - 2 Hotels in the village - one being the historical ever popular award winning building - Commercial Hotel boasting 'eat, drink and sleep'. The other is the focal point of the infamous Tuesday music nights and fiddle playing of Paul Anderson - Aberdeen Arms. There is a local shop for all your daily amenities and more - There is a Dr's surgery, Pharmacy /coffee-shop, Craft shop, Hair /Beauty salon of good quality and service,Post office, excellent Toy and souvenir shop. Access to a number of local trades people are also within the area. Good transport links to surrounding areas.

There is a local primary school with secondary education at nearby Aboyne, for which a bus service is provided. The village boasts a well managed 9 hole golf course with clubhouse and the area in general is a haven for the outdoor enthusiast with a wide and varied range of sporting activities and outdoor pursuits including hill walking, horse riding, gliding and field sports, ski-ing at centres of Glenshee and The Lecht are withina short drive. Aveimore approx. 2.5hr of excellent scenic travelling and beyond.It also has easy access to the renowned newly refurbished Douneside House Hoteland Leisure centre.

Directions:From Aberdeen (A944) west towards Westhill, at the traffic light just before Westhill take the first exit joining the B9119 road to Tarland. Travel for approximately 20 miles until reaching the start of Tarland. Take right exit after the speed limit sign, you will see the sign post 'Douneside House and 'MacRobert Trust' to the right. Drive past a bank of established trees on the left, at the end you will see the property - take the drive entrance immediately after the three large rocks to the front of the property indicated by our 'For Sale' sign.

This house description is based upon information supplied by the owner, or on behalf of the owner. These property particulars are produced in good faith and do not constitute or form part of any contract. s1homes do not take any responsibility for the accuracy of the information contained in this document.

 

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Property History

  • Property added on 20 June 2015
  • New price Guide price . £495,000 as of 28 October 2016
    Was: Offers around £500,000
  • New price Offers around . £500,000 as of 1 July 2016
    Was: Offers over £500,000
  • New price Offers over . £500,000 as of 14 January 2016
    Was: Fixed price £517,000
  • New price Fixed price . £517,000 as of 9 July 2015
    Was: Offers over £517,000
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