£345,000 Offers over

Dunbar Street, Lossiemouth, Moray, IV31 6RB

5 bedroom semi-detached for sale

 
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Selling Date Selling Price Value change
28 February 2007 £160,000 N/A

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Property Details

Unique opportunity to purchase this spacious, modernised Victorian house in the picturesque coastal town of Lossiemouth.

Built around 1875, this house once stood in its own grounds, long before the town was developed, and was one of the first houses built on Dunbar Street.

The original ornate entrance to the property is now accessed from the rear south facing garden, which is a low maintenance suntrap. Surrounded by large mature trees, with a decked area, it is perfect for relaxing and listening to the birdsong.

The house has maintained many of its original features, but has been modernised to make it a comfortable warm family home.

The property, over three floors, offers itself many uses. Currently used as a family home, it has plenty of space to work from home, or take in guests.

On the ground floor, a double aspect lounge offers a large family area, overlooking the garden to the rear and driveway to the side. A wood burning inset stove adds a lovely feature to this room. The spacious dining room to the front of the house, has a large bay window, original Victorian fireplace and inset feature alcove.

The modern fitted kitchen, with gas/electric stove, has oak cabinets, a built in dishwasher, granite worktops and a large window which makes this a light and airy workspace.

The utility room, just off the kitchen, has ample space for laundry and storage.

Two double bedrooms, shower room and large walk in storage cupboard as well as access to the cellar, are located off the hallway.

The house is double glazed throughout, with feature sash windows. It benefits from gas central heating with the option of using the wood burning stove and open fires. It has been further improved with insulation, the fitting of smoke and heat detectors throughout the property and has had extensive rewiring done to meet with building standards following some internal alterations to the upper floor.



Upstairs
A stunning circular staircase, with original cast iron, leads to the upper floor, where there are three bedrooms, including the master with built in storage and generous en suite, a family bathroom with spa bath, a large lounge with high ornate ceilings, triple aspect windows to the south, west and north. The large bay window has a curved seating area inset, and has views across the rooftops to the lighthouse and the Moray firth, with the mountains visible beyond. It is also the perfect location for a 14ft Christmas tree. This room has additional features, a large stone fireplace and original wooden flooring.

From the first floor, a second staircase leads to the attic rooms. These two rooms are currently used for storage and as a music room for the family, but could be used for many other purposes.

All the bedrooms upstairs have limited sea views.

The house is double glazed throughout, with feature sash windows. It benefits from gas central heating with the option of using the wood burning stove and open fires. It has been further improved with insulation, the fitting of smoke and heat detectors throughout the property and has had extensive rewiring done to meet with building standards following some internal alterations to the upper floor.

Location
Located on a quiet, residential street, the property is within walking distance of the town's two beaches. The West beach, with walks along the Moray coast to the lighthouse and beyond, and the East beach with walks along the adjoining river and on to the nature reserve. A relaxing stroll around town, you will be delighted to find an array of shops, restaurants, bars and a stunning harbour.

The town also is home to a picturesque coastal Victorian golf course, with clubhouse, two primary schools, a new purpose built secondary school, community centre and public swimming pool.

Only five minutes drive from Elgin and only an hours drive to airports in Inverness and Aberdeen, with good transport links by rail and road.


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Property History

  • Property added on 1 November 2019
  • New price Offers over £345,000 as of 19 May 2020
    Was: Offers over £350,000
  • New price Offers over £350,000 as of 20 March 2020
    Was: Guide Price £350,000
  • New price Guide Price £350,000 as of 20 February 2020
    Was: Offers over £350,000
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