£200,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|15 July 2010||£162,500||£19,500|
|30 May 2008||£182,000||N/A|
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On the ground floor: sitting room, family bathroom, dining room, kitchen, utility room and pantry.
On the first floor: main bedroom with en suite, across the landing a further bedroom.
On the second floor: two attic bedrooms, landing and store cupboard. The main rooms naturally lit by the south and west facing windows.
A number of the rooms and areas would benefit from a decorative upgrade.
Oil central heating on the first two floors with a multifuel stove in both the sitting room and dining room. Panel heaters in the two attic bedrooms.
A secure garden to the rear with gated road access on to Stephen Avenue.
Entrance Hall: Naturally lit by the glazed panel above the front door and from the first floor landing window. Gives access to the sitting room, family bathroom and dining room. A useful storage cupboard below the impressive staircase leading the first floor.
Lounge: 3.6 m x 4.5 m (11'9' x 14'7') This beautifully proportioned room with dual aspects to the front and side of the property. An multifuel stove set on a raised slate hearth with an elegant timber surround. Additional heating to the room complimented by the central heating radiators. The generous proportions of the room complimented by the high ceilings and cornicing. A traditional alcove for storage or display in the gable wall and bookshelves under the window. Neutral dÃ©cor and fitted carpet to further compliment this warm and inviting room. Across the hallway to the â¦â¦.
Family bathroom: 3.7m x 1.9m (12'3' x 6'4') Conveniently situated on the ground floor, off the hallway. Comprises a w/c pedestal sink, bath and freestanding shower.
In wall storage under the rear facing window. Vinyl flooring.
Dining Room: 3.3 m x 4.5m (11'8' x 14'7') Currently used as a second sitting room Generously proportioned room with a front facing aspect. A wood burning stove set on a raised slate hearth with an elegant timber surround. Additional heating available from the central heating radiator. A traditional alcove with shelves. Neutrally decorated with a complimentary fitted carpet.
Housekeeping bells on the inner wall from the historic pas of the property.
A doorway leads to the rear hallway and gives access to the â¦
Guest w/c: 2m x 1.2m (6'6' x 3' 8' Conveniently, next to the back door, comprises of a w/c and pedestal sink. Naturally lit by the rear facing window. Vinyl floor and complimentary tiled splash back at the sink.
Coming back into the inner hallway a row of coat hooks and space for boots & shoes.
Utility room: 2m x 1.6m (6'6' x 5'4' naturally lit by the rear facing window. Currently free standing shelving and a free standing washing machine.
Kitchen: 3m x 3.8 m (9'9' x 12'5') An inviting and practical kitchen overlooking the rear garden.
A range of floor & wall units and a large central island with plenty of storage with a range of wall and floor units. The laminated worktop and complimentary tiled splashback. A stainless steel sink and drainer with space for a dishwasher under.
A built in oven with a four ring hob over. Space for an informal dining table at the back wall. Tile effect vinyl flooring.
Pantry: 3m x 1.6m (9'9' x 5'3') directly off the kitchen near the oven and hob. An external door leads to the rear garden. A window proving natural light. Has an overhead light and sockets. Currently has free standing fridge and freezer.
Back to the front hall and the bright and airy staircase leads to the first floor landing. On your left theâ¦
Main bedroom: 3.7m x 4.5m (12'1' x 14'8') A bright and airy and well-proportioned front facing room. Dual aspects to the front and side providing lots of natural light. A traditional shelved alcove in the gable wall. Fitted carpet, central heating radiator and pendant light.
En suite: 3.7m x 2.2m (12'2' X 6'7' A generous bathroom comprising pedestal sink, w/c bath and shower with screen over. The rear facing window providing natural light. Wet wall splashback to the sink and shower area. Tile effect vinyl flooring.
Across the generous landing â¦
Bedroom 2: 3.6 m x 4.5m (11'9 x 14'8') A bright and airy and well-proportioned front facing room. Natural light from the front facing window. A traditional shelved alcove in the gable wall. It has a fitted carpet, central heating radiator and pendant light.
From the first floor landing the stair continues to the second floor landing giving access to â¦
Bedroom 3: 3.7m x 3.7m (12'2' x 12'2') A lovely attic bedroom with a front facing dormer window. The coombed ceilings adding to the character. Fitted carpet, ceiling light pendant and an electric panel heater.
A storage cupboard with a Velux window in the coombed ceiling.
Bedroom 4: 3.6m x 3.7m (11'9' x 12'2') A lovely second attic bedroom with a front facing dormer window. The coombed ceilings and built in corner cupboard adding to the character. Fitted carpet, ceiling light pendant and an electric panel heater.
On street parking on Fife Street.
To the rear a walled garden area with double gated road access off Stephen Avenue.
There is a range of outbuildings and sheds. Comprising of a block and stone shed with a flat roof clad in rubber sheeting. This is insulated and lined in plasterboard internally with electric light and power. There is an additional block/corrugated iron shed with timber door. There is a corrugated metal and Perspex shelter over the rear door and second shed.
The nearby town of Dufftown offers a good range of local shops and amenities which include a Medical Centre, Cottage Hospital, Primary School, Tea Rooms, Hotels and Restaurants.
Whilst approximately six miles away in Aberlour, a secondary school and other various amenities are available.
Aberdeen (Dyce) and Inverness (Dalcross) airports are approximately 39 miles and 33 miles away, offering scheduled flights South and Europe.
Elgin & Keith have railway stations offering rail services to Edinburgh, Glasgow and London.
The area is a popular part of the Whisky trail and easy access to the Cairngorm National Park. Stunning local scenery and easy access to the Speyside Way.
There is a historical connection with Maurice Walsh an Irish novelist, probably best known for his short story 'The Quiet Man' later made into an Oscar winning film of the same name. He married Caroline Begg 1908, who lived in the family property around that time.
A search for Dufftown on your web browser will lead you to some very informative and interesting websites for the local area.
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