£200,000 Offers over
Offered for sale is this traditional, period four bedroom, semi-detached property located in the much sort after picturesque Highland Village of Tomintoul. This substantial stone built home is well placed to enjoy all the village amenities and those of the wider Cairngorms National Parks. For the ski enthusiast, the Lecht Ski Centre is just five miles away and during the summer months the surrounding area offers endless opportunities for the hill walkers amongst you.
Nestled in the High Street this property offers an opportunity for the buyer to live in heart of the friendly historic village community.
The property itself offers the potential for anyone wanting to create a new rural life in the highlands, or a weekend retreat for the family. The property also offers potential as a holiday let or for an for air-bnb business.
Once inside, you can see immediately that it retains many original features from original stained glass in the entrance hall to beautiful wood skirting boards and doors. To your left you will discover a large cosy lounge with a feature fireplace and wood burning stove. To your right, there is modern newly fitted kitchen which extends the depth of the property and looks over the rear garden and sounding countryside. Downstairs there is also a room currently housing a new oil central heating boiler. This room is as yet unfinished but would lend well for use as a laundry room or study.
Upstairs are four good-sized bedrooms. Bedroom one has a large en-suite bathroom. Plumbing has been installed for the addition of a separate shower and some minor work is required to complete this work. There is also a spacious family bathroom off the landing.
Outside there is a large fully enclosed garden with a range of mature shrubs, a large shed and a lean- to greenhouse. At the end of the garden there is a large wood store and private parking area. To book a viewing instantly just visit our website or download our award-winning App.
Tomintoul is the Eastern Gateway to the Cairngorms National Park and has the reputation of being the highest village in the Highlands at 1165 ft (350m) centred round a picturesque square and situated near the Lecht Ski Resort Centre on the scenic route between Grantown on Spey and Royal Deeside and is the North Eastern gateway to the Cairngorms National Park. . It is the largest village in the Glenlivet area supporting B&B's, a post office and general stores, art studios, craft, gift and malt whisky shops.
Tomintoul also has its own distillery, "the Tomintoul". There are also three more stills, "The Tamnavulin", "The Braeval" and "The Glenlivet" within a few miles.
The area is surrounded by the mountain ranges of the Cromdales, the Ladder Hills and the Cairngorms, facilitating spectacular views, walks and other outdoor pursuits, including wildlife appreciation, salmon and trout fishing on the nearby River Avon, mountain biking and hill walking.
The nearby Lecht Ski Centre 2090 provides winter sports and in the summer has quad biking and go-carts.
Grantown on Spey 14 miles, Inverness 47 miles,
Inverness Airport 50 miles, Aberdeen 62 miles, Aberdeen Airport 60 miles.
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