£80,000 Fixed price
We are delighted to present this, two bedroom, Park Home within Ashgrove Park, Elgin. Offering a quiet , convenient location within walking distance to the town centre where restaurants and transport links are plenty.
The accommodation consists of the hallway with storage cupboard leading to a modern open plan kitchen/dining room and lounge where the french doors lead to the raised patio area. The kitchen has all the necessary conveniences from an integrated fridge/freezer to a washing machine and has ample base and wall units for storage. The main bedroom has built in wardrobes and is a spacious, light room. The second bedroom has wall hung storage and could also be used as an office space. The contemporary shower room has a large corner shower and storage in the form of a vanity wash hand basin.
This 2017 home is in immaculate walk in condition. The home offers generous room sizes with gas central heating and quality fixtures throughout. The colour palate used is of modern grey's and whites inside and out with exception to the bathroom which is a luxurious sandstone look wet wall.
Externally the home has been freshly painted, decorative cladding, anthrasite UPVC windows and door, paved block driveway, low maintainance garden and large garden shed.
Viewing is essential to appreciate this immaculate home.
The property is perfectly positioned for those seeking a home and lifestyle among some of the most beautiful scenery in the region. Renowned for its unique climate, the Moray coast is often referred to as the Riviera of the North.
Elgin, the commercial capital of Moray has a long and distinctive history. Attractions include Pluscarden Abbey, Elgin Cathedral, the Biblical Gardens at Cooper Park, Elgin Museum and Spynie Palace.
There is also a range of local amenities at Moray Leisure Centre including swimming, skating, curling and squash. There is a local cinema, a selection of local distilleries and miles of stunning coastline to explore. The property is located only 28 miles from Inverness Airport which is the gateway for the Highlands and Islands of Scotland. Conveniently located off the A96, the property provides easy access to both Aberdeen and Inverness which have extensive retail parks, shopping centres, entertainment, cultural and leisure activities. Both bus and rail services run regularly between Elgin, Inverness and Aberdeen.
Lounge 3.43m x 3.66m
Kitchen / Breakfast Room 3.41m x 2.40m
Bedroom One 3.01m x 2.76m
Bedroom Two 2.38m x 1.67m
Shower Room 2.38m x 1.67m
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