£525,000 Offers around
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|1 April 2016||£510,000||N/A|
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Stunning six bedroom period family home nestled tranquilly within an exclusive area of Maryculter. The building dates back to around 1830, lovingly extended over the years and set in beautiful private grounds surrounded by mature shrubs and trees, decking areas ideal for al fresco dining. The property offers country living at its best. Entry via an iron gate leading up a stone chipped driveway providing parking for several cars. Benefiting from a workshop with power &light, garden shed, greenhouse, and a large double garage. The property boasts period features, open fires, original working shutters, high ceilings and pitch pine finishings throughout. The ground floor accommodation comprises of; entry into a welcoming entrance hallway which in turn gives access to all the accommodation. On the ground floor is a large sitting room, tastefully decorated with feature fireplace; family room with feature wood burning stove; formal dining room boasting a serving hatch; extensive Drumoak dining kitchen, large gas range cooker and extractor fan with freestanding fridge/freezer; inner hall, via kitchen, gives access to the utility room; double garage; and another family room which is neutrally decorated with laminate flooring; guest cloakroom with two piece suite comprising of WC and wash hand basin.
The first floor accommodation comprises of; upper landing on two levels with velux window and storage cupboard; master bedroom flawlessly presented, full length fitted wardrobes and featuring bay window to front aspect; master en-suite with neutral interior and three piece suite comprising of bath with overhead shower, WC and wash hand basin; bedroom two is a further double with built in cupboards, hand basin and bay window to rear aspect; bedroom three is a double with built in cupboards and a hand basin window to front aspect; bedroom four again a double and bay window to rear aspect; bedroom five is a double with bay window to rear aspect; bedroom 6 a double with built in cupboards and a hand basin window to front aspect; impressively styled family bathroom fully tiled with Victorian style roll-top bath and separate shower cubicle, vanity unit housing WC and hand basin and heated towel rail. Most of the curtains and some light fittings &shades shall remain as part of the sale. Early viewing is highly recommended.
***Note to Solicitors *** All formal offers should be emailed in the first instance to Scotlandoffers@purplebricks.com. Should your client's offer be accepted, please then send the Principle offer directly the seller's solicitor upon receipt of the Notification of the Proposed Sale which will be emailed.
This property is ideally located in Maryculter which is in the heart of the Dee Valley. Surrounded by stunning tranquil countryside and the River Dee.The River Dee separates it from the town of Peterculter. There are two hotels: The Old Mill Inn, a former coaching inn that dates back 200 years, and Maryculter House Hotel. At the edge of the village of Maryculter is a public forest land, known as the Oldman Wood, through which flows the Crynoch Burn. Also the children's theme park, StoryBook Glen, which also consists of a shop and restaurant is located near the old church which is still in use today as a Church of Scotland. Other notable vicinity buildings are the Lairhillock Inn and Muchalls Castle. Maryculter also has an animal sanctuary, Blaikiewell Animal Sanctuary. The property benefits from quick access to the city and the A90. The area is serviced by excellent schools and a host of amenities can be found in nearby Peterculter as well as only ten minutes away at the Bridge of Dee/Garthdee.
From Aberdeen travel along the South Deeside Road for approx five miles, taking a left turn into the Netherley Road (B979). Continue for around 1.5 miles turning left at a signpost marked "Burnside." Follow the road for around one mile turning left at the crossroads. The property is the first on the right hand side as indicated by our "For Sale" sign.
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