£339,000 Offers over
**Closing Date Set For 14 Nov 2017, 15:00** McEwan Fraser is delighted to introduce this well-presented, characterful, four-bedroomed property with generous land attached. Enjoying breath-taking views over the North Sea and located approximately four miles north of the coastal town of Montrose, Upper Warburton Farm offers extremely spacious and flexible accommodation, where viewing is essential in order to fully appreciate all of its features. The property is entered through the side door from the parking area into the rear hallway with skylight and built-in shoe rack. Immediately to our right we find a bright, spacious and well-equipped utility room with plumbing for washing machine and an external vent for a tumble dryer. The utility room also houses the main hot water tank. Located next to the utility room is a compact home office and there is a generous WC at the end of the hall. To our left from the rear hallway we enter the well-proportioned, bespoke kitchen complete with separate pantry. This lovely farmhouse kitchen features a good range of oak units with granite work surfaces, a Belfast sink with separate instant hot water tap, twin NEFF ovens and induction hob, fully integrated dishwasher and fridge, together with glass display cabinets and spotlighting. There is ample floor space for a large table and chairs. The pantry is similarly well equipped with base and wall units and houses the main fuse box. From the kitchen, we step down into the front hallway leading to the spacious lounge. This dual aspect room has a working feature fireplace and built-in cupboard. Next to the lounge we find the bright and welcoming family room. The front hallway also leads to the master bedroom, with fireplace and built-in cherry wardrobe and bridging unit. The master bedroom gives access to a large en-suite with corner bath. Climbing the stairs, we find three good-sized double bedrooms of varying dimensions and storage options, all with views to the surrounding countryside. The upper floor also gives access to the bright family bathroom with three-piece suite and over-bath shower. The upstairs landing has a small storage cupboard and gives further stair access to the attic space. To the exterior of the property there is ample parking for several vehicles. There is an attached single garage with light, power and an external tap. The garage also houses the Worcester boiler. The adjoining land extends to approximately four acres comprising mostly pasture as well as a small area of woodland. There is also a small cellar with external access and a separate stable for horses. Benefitting from double-glazing and oil-fired central heating throughout, this beguiling property presents a truly unique opportunity for buyers seeking a tranquil rural location with spectacular views, but one which is within easy reach of facilities. Upper Warburton Farm must be seen to be fully appreciated and we highly recommend early viewing.
By appointment through McEwan Fraser Legal on 01382 721 212
McEwan Fraser Legal are open 7 days a week: 8am - Midnight Monday to Friday &9am - 10pm Saturday &Sunday to book your viewing appointment.Extras (Included in the sale): All floor coverings, light fittings, built-in kitchen appliances and fitted bedroom furniture.
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