£140,000 Offers Over
Situated within the heart of the Village of Portgordon is this well presented traditional stone built, semi-detached spacious Cottage with a slate roof. The property benefits double-glazing and gas central heating and the accommodation which is spread over two floors comprises; Ground Floor; Lounge, Dining Room, Dining Kitchen, Bathroom and Double Bedroom and on the First Floor; there are 2 further Double Bedrooms, Single Bedroom/Box Room and a walk-in Storage Cupboard with electric light. To the rear of the Cottage lies a pleasant walled-in garden, a safe haven for children and pets. The beach is but a “stones throw” from the rear lane, the harbour a short walk and the local Primary School, General Store and other local amenities are within easy walking distance of this family home. The local Dolphin Centre at Spey Bay is just over 4 miles to the West of Portgordon, where visitors can often view ospreys and dolphins. The town of Buckie with Secondary Schooling lies just under 3 miles to the East and the Village of Fochabers and the Town of Elgin some 5.5miles and 13.8 miles to the West. Viewing of this property is recommended to appreciate the layout and accommodation on offer.
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