£142,500 Offers Over
This quaint Fisherman's Cottage, with three double bedrooms would be ideally suited as a holiday let or spacious family home. The detached property is in move-in condition with double glazed traditional sash and case windows throughout, and exposed timber beams, the property shows lots of character. The beautiful harbour is only a very short walk away from the property and the excellent amenities within Cullen are also close by.
Cullen is located on the Moray Firth and in the heart of the Speyside whisky region. Cullen is a picture perfect fishing village, popular with local and overseas visitors. It is surrounded by rolling countryside and forests, with a quaint harbour, beautiful long beach, a popular golf course and a picturesque village square as well as several cafes and antique shops. In addition to dolphins that can be spotted crossing Cullen bay it is a great spot so see the Northern Lights in the winter. Cullen has castles, a medieval church and an iron age fortress.
Entered via a hardwood exterior door with glazed panel above, the hallway provides access to all ground floor accommodation and the staircase to the upper floor.
The lounge has windows to both the front and rear of the property, making it a light and airy space and is tastefully decorated in neutral tones with a beautiful gas fire. The kitchen is fitted with a range of units incorporating excellent work surface space, and has space for a dining table. A small porch sits to the rear of the kitchen, and is currently used as a utility/study area. The master bedroom has the exposed beams, a beautiful gas fire, two alcoves and dual aspect windows again making it a lovely tranquil space, and is a generous double size.
On the upper floor, there are a further two double bedrooms both with velux windows to the front and rear of the property, one giving a “sea peep” overlooking the bay and Moray Firth. The family bathroom is also situated on the upper floor, and has a three piece suite with shower over the bath.
This property has lots of storage, with both an under stair and large coat cupboard in the downstairs hallway, and further storage upstairs. It also has an extremely large garage attached which gives potential for redevelopment or conversion.
To the rear, the property has a lovely south facing garden, with an abundance of plants, shrubs and also a patio area. The private garden is ideal for alfresco dining, and has a side gate ideally located for parking outside the property. Also in the rear garden is the original outside toilet which with the property is Category C Listed.
EPC Band F
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