£170,000 Guide Price
Home Report Valuation £170,000
Offered for sale is this delightful two hundred year old Grade C listed, FIVE BEDROOM home and former shop. The house has been fully refurbished and insulated to a high standard and benefits from gas central heating and internal double glazing. This allows for the original windows to be enjoyed and makes for a very practical modern day solution. The house has been decorated in neutral tones, and has good quality carpets and flooring through out.
The entrance to this hidden gem is tucked down a passage into a private courtyard, but you can also enter by the traditional old shop door directly from the street. The shop is currently used as a cosy lounge and dining room but it still retains its commercial use so could be returned to a shop if required. Through the lounge you enter a dining area which then leads to a beautiful modern fitted kitchen with a built in oven and hob, and range of attractive kitchen cabinets with contrasting splash back and additional dining area. From here you'll enjoy a view of the sunny courtyard through traditional windows. Climbing the stairs, the first room on your right is a large light lounge with a tiled fire place fitted with a living flame gas fire. There are three bedrooms on this floor, one of which is currently being used as a sitting room. The bathroom is fitted with a traditional white suite and there is also a separate shower room. Up another staircase you will find two more good sized bedrooms. The nursery bedroom has a quirky attic room leading off to one side. The large front bedroom has a beautiful sea view.
Outside in the courtyard there are two good sized storerooms and off the passage way is a large utility room with an old stone sink and plumbing. Walking down this passage way is like stepping back in time and needs to be experienced first hand. Viewing is highly recommended! Visit the Purplebricks website to book your viewing.
Facing the town of Macduff across the estuary of the River Deveron is the historic and former Royal Burgh of Banff. Brimming with traditional Georgian architecture this impressive coastal town is home to Banff Castle, Duff House and Banff Museum which houses a selection of impressive works of the weavers and silver makers of the past. Dolphins are regular visitors to this impressive part of the coastline and the stunning scenery can be enjoyed via a number of local walks in the local area.
Living in Banff you have access to schools, doctors surgeries and a variety of shopping and leisure facilities.
Distance to Elgin - 34 Miles, Aberdeen - 46 Miles, Inverurie - 32 Miles.
A regular bus route runs between Banff. Elgin and Aberdeen stopping at many places in between.
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