£290,000 Offers Over
Dating back to 1906, Sunnyside is a most impressive stone and slate detached dwellinghouse which is set on an extensive plot. Providing exceptionally comfortable family accommodation with four bedrooms and three public rooms, Sunnyside also enjoys a prime location within a most sought after cul-de-sac. Within the property, there are many fine traditional features including an impressive staircase, double height skirting boards, wood effect panelling and ceiling cornicing. These features together with beautiful decor, gas central heating and double glazing create a truly outstanding family home.
Entered via a large hardwood door, the exceptionally welcoming vestibule features an attractive tiled floor. This light and airy area is generously proportioned and has a decorative glazed door with co-ordinating side screens which leads into the hall. Beautiful panelling to picture rail height is a particular feature of the most impressive hallway which continues up to the mezzanine and first floor. Benefitting from three cupboards, the cloakroom is fitted with wc and wash hand basin. An opaque window fills this very handy room with natural light. With a large bay window overlooking the front of the property, the lounge has traditional style panelling and cornicing as well as a tiled fire place with gas fire inset. Also featuring a bay window, the main focal point of the spacious dining room is the fire place with high level wooden mantle and cast iron inset with slate hearth. A hardwood door with glazed panel leads to the light and airy conservatory which has lovely views over the gardens and countryside beyond. Sliding doors to the rear garden make this a fantastic family room. The conservatory furniture is available by separate negotiation. Fully fitted with a range of high quality base and wall units, the large dining kitchen provides extensive storage and work surfaces. The kitchen is fitted with a Neff double oven and separate Zanussi hob with hood above, integrated fridge, Carron Pheonix sink and drainer with mixer tap. Space for dishwasher and washing machine. The dining area is ideal for informal family dining. Please note the dining table, bench and chairs will remain. A glazed door leads to the side of the property and garden.
The beautiful staircase leads to the mezzanine which features a turret window with deep sill and open views over the garden and countryside beyond. On this level, there is a well proportioned bedroom which has views towards the Bin of Cullen. Fitted with a three piece suite, the bathroom benefits from a shower over the bath and opaque window to the rear. Steps lead to the upper floor and three exceptionally spacious double bedrooms. Overlooking the front of the property, the generously proportioned master bedroom has fitted wardrobes and drawer units with ample storage space. Fitted with a wc and wash hand basin the en-suite also benefits from a large shower enclosure. Bedroom two is also located to the front of the property and has a built-in cupboard. Please note that the antique wardrobe, dressing table, wash stand and small cupboard may be available by separate negotiation. The third bedroom is located to the side and has views toward Portknockie and the Moray Firth Coast. A wooden staircase leads to the floored attic which affords superb storage and houses the switchboard for the twelve photovoltaic solar panels.
Outside, to the front of the property there is a easily maintained garden and driveway leading to the garage which benefits from an electric door. In addition, there are three further outbuildings which all benefit from power and light. The extensive rear garden has been carefully designed for ease of maintenance with two patios and an area of lawn. With potential to create an exceptionally productive kitchen garden, there is an area which would be ideal for use as a vegetable patch.
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