£225,000 Offers around
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|30 May 2008||£230,000||N/A|
|31 January 2008||£230,000||N/A|
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*Listed Below Home Report Value* Fantastic opportunity to purchase this traditional stone built four bedroom detached home in Buckie.
Enter the home through a lovely front porch with a large cupboard, and the beautiful entrance hallway draws further into the property with its gorgeous wood staircase and floors. The first of the bedrooms is to the left with dual windows, filling the room with light, and a fitted wardrobe. Next on the ground floor is a spacious lounge enhanced by a large bay window and a feature fireplace fitted with a multifuel stove, decorated neutral tones. The kitchen/family room is fitted with wood base and wall units, contrasting work surfaces, tiled splashback, freestanding Gas Range Master cooker, integrated dishwasher and wood flooring. A side aspect window and patio doors to rear garden make the space light and bright during the day, and the wood burning stove makes it homely and cosy at night. An adjoining dining room, perfect for entertaining, has a third multifuel stove, and a utility room provides a dedicated laundry space. A dressing room, with wall to ceiling built in wardrobes, and well-presented WC complete the ground floor.
Three bright double bedrooms feature on the first floor along with an additional WC and a family bathroom. The whole property benefits from gas central heating, double glazing and a partly floored loft. A fully enclosed garden with shed is to the rear of the home, and a double garage and driveway for 4-5 cars also feature on the property.
The central location means that parks, recreation, restaurants and shops are all within a short distance. Primary schools and a high school are just moments away, perfect for families. For commuters, it's just 10 minutes to the A96.
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Bedroom two decorated in soft tones, carpet flooring and front aspect window;
Bedroom three benefiting from built in wardrobes, side aspect window and Velux window. Decorated in blue tones with carpet flooring;
Bedroom four decorated with blue feature walls, carpet flooring and side aspect window;
W.C. consisting of two piece white suite, vanity unit housing wash basin, W.C., decorated with papered walls, laminate flooring and Velux window;
Fully tiled bathroom comprising of 3 piece white suite, pedestal hand wash basin, W.C., bath with overhead shower unit and Aqua paneled splashback. Tiled flooring and front aspect window;
Externally the property benefits from an enclosed rear garden with shed. Locbloc driveway for 4-5 cars and double garage.
*** Note to Solicitors *** All formal offers should be emailed in the first instance to Scotlandoffers@purplebricks.com. Should your client's offer be accepted, please then send the Principle offer directly to the seller's solicitor upon receipt of the Notification of Proposed Sale which will be emailed to you.
This family home is situated in Buckie on the Moray Firth and is within easy reach of all local amenities. The property is within commuting distance of RAF Lossiemouth and the Army Barracks at Kinloss, being only 17 miles from the Cathedral City of Elgin where additional shopping facilities are abundant. Aberdeen and Inverness are both just one hours drive away, and being only one hour from Aviemore where winter sport such as skiing and hiking are favourite activities is a real bonus! This busy town has its own large harbour and marina and number of leisure facilities including a leisure centre, two golf courses and two outdoor bowling greens. The stunning Bow Fiddle Rock can be seen near Portknockie to the north east of Buckie and the stunning beaches with spectacular long walks along the coast and abundance of wildlife add to the appeal of the area. If that isn't enough, living here will bring you closer to the famous Malt Whisky Trail. Wildlife includes dolphins, which can often be seen from the property just off the beach, or at the mouth of Spey Bay - also a good spot for observing otters and ospreys. The long-distance footpath the Speyside Way starts (or finishes) here.
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