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Traditional detached dwellinghouse situated in a rural area on the outskirts of picturesque coastal village of Findochty. This country dwelling occupies a good size site measuring approx 0.457 acre and boasts lovely views from the rear facing windows over open farmland towards the Moray Firth. Blantyre is approximately 3.5 miles from the coastal town of Buckie and offers spacious well appointed accommodation over two floors and benefits from double-glazing and oil fired central heating being installed. The property further boasts a sun lounge overlooking the garden, bright and airy lounge with wood-burning stove, formal dining room, spacious dining kitchen, utility room, boiler room, double bedroom and cloakroom toilet on the ground floor with a family bathroom fitted with a four-piece suite and three further bedrooms on the first floor (one with shower and wash-hand basin). Large gardens surrounding the property with various outbuildings.
Sun lounge, lounge, dining room, dining kitchen, utility room, boiler room, toilet, bathroom & 4 bedrooms. large gardens extending to approx. 0.457 acre, driveway & various outbuildings.
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