£240,000 Offers over
The village can trace its origins back to the 7th Century with the Castle dating from 1592, the village and surrounding area are well known for its beautiful gardens. The Fordyce gardens open day continues to be a major local attraction that showcases Fordyce often describe as the northeast's prettiest village. With over twenty gardens open to the public that allows people to experience what living in this area is all about. Corrie Cottage is renowned for its beautiful garden. The village has a strong local community with lots of different activities throughout the year. Primary schooling is available in Fordyce, which is within walking distance of the property. There is further pre and primary schooling available in Portsoy whilst secondary schooling can be found in Banff and Buckie. Located in some spectacular rolling countryside and only a short drive to the Moray Coast where you will find some spectacular sandy beaches, Sandend, Cullen to name but a few. You can find yourself completely alone with acres and acres of sand stretching out in front of you, with only the abundance of wildlife that frequents these shores to keep you company, from seals to dolphins and numerous species of birds. The Moray Coast is renowned for having a relatively mild climate. The angler has a choice of rivers, beaches, rugged coastline and local harbour's to fish. There are also numerous leisure facilities available in the area, including a multitude of immaculate eighteen hole golf courses. The Duff House Royal and the famous Royal Tarlair are both located a short drive away in the popular seaside towns of Banff and MacDuff. Approximately three miles from the property is the seaside town of Portsoy a historic little place with its busy harbour and marina, all the normal facilities one would expect in a vibrant seaside town are available. Available in the nearby towns of Buckie and Banff, local shops can be found along with health centre, Post Offices, supermarkets, banking facilities, restaurants, cafÃ©s, and pubs, all of which add to the appeal of this area, which is frequented by numerous visitors especially during peak seasons and the famous local Portsoy Boat Festival. Corrie Cottage Castle Lane is a fantastic detached cottage situated in the popular picturesque, quaint and quite village of Fordyce. Offering spacious living accommodation over two floors, the present owner has meticulously maintained this stunning property to the highest standard, modernized and upgraded where required while retaining a wealth of period features. Presented to the market with generous room sizes, full sash and case windows with secondary glazing and electric heating. Corrie Cottage with its stunning, peaceful location will make a fantastic home or would be ideal for a professional couple looking for a spacious ideally located property. But with holiday homes demanding ever increasing prices this substantial property with its magnificent location would make a superb holiday let and a fantastic investment opportunity. The property comprises of an entrance porch, a reception room, a large lounge with a feature fireplace, a formal dining room, dining kitchen, bedroom three and a family shower room. The first floor features two double bedrooms. Also, there are ample storage cupboards on both floors. In summer the lovely gardens of Corrie Cottage are full with seasonal flowers, mature shrubs and a fruit and vegetable area. A gated driveway allows parking for numerous vehicles in front of a stone built double garage.
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