£275,000 Offers over
A beautiful, modern Architect designed church conversion located in the heart of the sought after rural village of Garmouth. Offering more living space than your average 5 -bedroom property, this exceptional family home offers excellent value for money. Viewing is highly recommended to appreciate the living space the property provides. An updated Home report available.
The Grade B listed church was built in 1845 and is constructed predominantly from stone. The conversion has involved in essence; building a new timber frame, fully insulated home within the existing shell.
Internally the property comprises entrance porch, lounge, kitchen/dining room, rear hall with store room, utility room, w/c and bedroom/study. On the first floor is the master bedroom with en-suite, 4 further bedrooms and family bathroom.
Central heating throughout, with underfloor heating in the lounge, is fuelled by a recently installed Klover biomass boiler. Qualifies for Renewable Heating Incentive (RHI) The new owner would be eligible to apply for the ongoing payments.
The property is entered by the original solid wood door, which features a rectangular fanlight and consoled cornice above. A further solid wood panel door leads into the lounge.
Lounge: (10.8m x 7.8m)
This impressive double height room is flooded with natural light from twin dual aspect round-arched windows and offers a wonderful versatile space for entertaining or relaxing with friends and family. Features include an inglenook fireplace finished with a slate hearth and wood mantel. A stunning solid wood T-shaped staircase with galleried upper landing, two shelved storage alcoves and under stair storage cupboards. Neutrally decorated with natural wood finishes and fully fitted carpet, feature ceiling light fixtures and wall lights. Steps on either side of the staircase lead down to an open hall between bedroom 5 and the kitchen, and features a further storage area.
Kitchen/dining room: (4.7m x 8.4m) excluding dining alcove
A luxurious room which offers ample space for relaxation and family dining as well as being perfect for entertaining. Dual aspect windows maximise the natural light, the room has been neutrally decorated and benefits from granite tile flooring.
The large kitchen offers extensive storage from a wide range of wall and base units with complimentary worktop and features a central island and separate breakfast bar. Fully integrated appliances include induction hob, double oven with grill, extractor hood and dishwasher. Space and plumbing for a full size American style fridge freezer. A large alcove in the dining area offers an intimate dining space for up to 10 people.
From the kitchen, a solid wood door leads into the hall which features a shelved larder area and separate shelved storage cupboard. A further solid wood door leads into the utility room.
Utility room: (3.5m x 3.8m)
This generous sized room offers ample space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble drier. Also houses the newly installed boiler and a water tank. Neutrally decorated with wood effect laminate flooring and solid wood finishes. A solid wood door gives access to the garden.
A good sized room fitted with a white wash hand basin with pedestal and toilet. Beautifully decorated with wood effect laminate flooring.
Bedroom 5/study: (4.7m x 4.5m)
Accessed from lounge and currently used as an office, this bright bedroom has neutrally decorated with wood effect laminate flooring, wall light fixtures and radiator.
Carpeted staircase with natural wood banister leads to the galleried upper landing with solid wood flooring and balustrading. Opens into the upper hallway which includes a feature alcove and a shelved linen cupboard.
Master bedroom: (4.2m x 4.6m)
This bright dual aspect room is flooded with natural light from large South and West facing windows. The south windows offer stunning uninterrupted countryside views with Ben Rinnes as a backdrop to wake up to. Benefits from two fitted double wardrobes with sliding mirror doors. Beautifully decorated with high quality wood effect laminate flooring, radiator and pendant light fixture.
Fitted with a square shower enclosure with mains shower and white wash hand basin and toilet fitted into a vanity unit. Neutrally decorated with partial wet wall to the lower half of the walls, wall mounted medicine cabinet mirror over the sink, radiator, ceiling spotlights, xpelair fan and vinyl flooring.
Bedroom 2: (3.1m x 4.2m)
A bright West facing room with two fitted wardrobes with solid wood doors, storage alcove and ample space for freestanding furniture. Neutrally decorated with fitted carpet, pendant light fixture and radiator.
Bedroom 3: (3.3m x 4.2m)
This light and airy East facing double room has a fitted double wardrobe with sliding mirror doors and space for additional freestanding furniture. Fitted carpet, pendant light fixture and radiator.
Bedroom 4: (2.4m x 3.1m)
Tastefully decorated bedroom with East facing Velux window, wood effect laminate flooring, ceiling light fixture and radiator.
Family Bathroom: 2.6m x 4.1m)
A spacious partially tiled bathroom featuring natural wood flooring and large South facing window which floods the room with natural light and again offers uninterrupted views of the countryside from the bathtub. Fitted with a shower enclosure with mains shower and a three-piece white suite comprising w/c, sink with pedestal and corner fitted bath. Benefits from a large shelved storage cupboard, over sink mirror with light and ceiling spotlights.
Externally, the front garden features a traditional wrought iron fence and double gates, opening onto the paved driveway which is bordered by lawn. A wooden gate gives access to the side and rear garden areas via a paved path, alongside which sits a large wood store area. A large enclosed patio area, also accessible from the utility room, features a built in barbeque and offers a fantastic private space for alfresco dining. From the patio, wooden steps lead up onto a stunning South facing wooden deck which spans the full width of the house and offers open views across the countryside.
Note 1: All light fittings, curtains, blinds, and floor coverings are included in the price.
Note 2: Measurements, taken at the widest point by an electronic measuring device and may be subject to a small margin of error.
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Note 4: Entry by mutual agreement.
Garmouth is situated close to the mouth of the River Spey on the Moray Firth coast. The village itself has a small range of facilities, pre-school playgroup, riding centre, a village pub/hotel shop & hairdressers & part time Post Office.
The area is very popular with visitors attracted by the mild and sunny local climate and numerous excellent facilities, including The River Spey, numerous golf courses and the Cairngorm Mountains. The city of Elgin is about 8 miles west. Inverness and Aberdeen airports are about 36 and 60 miles away respectively in opposite directions
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