£350,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|28 February 2007||£160,000||N/A|
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Unique opportunity to purchase this five bedroom semi detached period family home in Lossiemouth.
Accommodation comprises entrance hall, dining room with attractive bay windows and feature fireplace, living room with multifuel stove, modern kitchen with granite breakfast bar leading to an attractive utility room. The hallway opens up to reveal a stunning curved staircase which leads to the first floor, and extends to two double bedrooms and a shower room which are located on the ground floor
On the first floor is a spacious family room again with feature bay window benefiting from fitted window seating and a sprung wooden floor. This grand room was originally a ball room when the property was originally built in the late 1800S. There is a fireplace in the fantastic family room with an open fire.
There are a further three bedrooms including the master bedroom with bay windows , walk in wardrobe and bespoke en-suite shower room.
On this floor is also a family bathroom with bath with shower head attachment fitted.
To the rear of the property is a large enclosed private garden with a raised deck for al fresco dining , a storage shed and large lawn with mature trees. To the front is a further lawn area bounded by a stone wall and a large driveway.
This property has many attractive original feature including a cellar and is of high standard of décor throughout. This property will appeal to families.
The property is within walking distance of Lossiemouth's fantastic golden beaches and two links golf courses. Two primary schools, a secondary school , community centre, gym and swimming pool are also located within the town.There is an array of shops and restaurants with larger supermarkets and retail found in nearby city of Elgin, the capital of Moray.
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