12 Broomhill, Rhynie, By Huntly, AB54 4HN
Immaculately Presented Semi-Detached House in Rural Location
3 Bedrooms, 1 with Ensuite & Further Shower Room
Open Plan Lounge/Family Room & Kitchen with Views
Fitted to a Very High Standard
Oil Central Heating & Mostly Double Glazed
Garden, Drive for Off-Road Parking & Two Wooden Sheds
Offers over £220,000
Home Report Valuation £220,000
TYPE OF PROPERTY
This semi-detached cottage has been extended and now forms an impressive spacious and immaculately maintained family home which has been fitted out to a high standard, and is a ready to walk into acquisition. 12 Broomhill enjoys a peaceful location in a rural setting with views towards Clashindarroch Forest and Tap O’Noth can be seen from the property. The property benefits from oil-fired central heating and is mostly double glazed with the exception of some windows in the older part of the building. Meticulous attention has been given to detail and to the use of space in this property. Particular features are the bright and airy Lounge/Family Room on an open plan basis with the kitchen with windows and two sets of French Doors maximising the views from the property, the modern kitchen, and the exceptionally spacious Master Bedroom with ensuite bathroom and two further double bedrooms, with two on the ground floor, with a downstairs shower room. Externally, the garden ground is mainly in grass with a stone chipped drive providing off-street parking for several vehicles and there are two wooden sheds and a log store. All furniture in the property is available by separate negotiation making this ideal for use as a holiday let. Early viewing is highly recommended to appreciate all this property has to offer and its location.
The accommodation is spread over two floors and comprises:-
A composite door with glass pane leads into the entrance hall with tiled flooring, ceiling spotlights, two windows and built-in cupboard.
UTILITY ROOM – 3.37m x 2.52m (11’1” x 8’3”)
L-shaped utility room with fitted units at floor and eye level with fitted worktop in Cherry, incorporating a Belfast sink with mixer tap. With tiled flooring, window to the rear with roller blind, ceiling spotlights, space for fridge and plumbed for washing machine and tumble drier. The heating controls for the new extension and the original house are located here and split into two zones. Door to Cloakroom.
CLOAKROOM – 1.82m x 0.89m (5’11” x 2’11”)
Downstairs cloakroom with W.C. and corner wash hand basin with tiled splashback, extractor fan and ceiling spotlights.
LOUNGE/FAMILY ROOM/KITCHEN – 9.47m x 6.52m (31’1” x 21’4”)
This is an exceptionally spacious and light room with two windows to the front with roller blinds and two sets of French doors with glass side panes, which fill this room with natural light and allow the home and garden to be connected, with views over the garden, the Clashindarroch Forest and towards Tap O’Noth. The lounge/family room contains two radiators, ceiling spotlights and the remainder of the room is large enough to accommodate a full-size dining table. Wooden stairs off the Lounge/Family Room give access to the accommodation upstairs. The kitchen contains fitted units at floor and eye level with breakfast bar seating area, with Cherry worktop over incorporating a double Belfast sink with mixer tap, and integrated appliances including a dishwasher, and fridge freezer. There is a Leisure Rangemaster double oven & hob with glass splashback and extractor fan over. Laminate flooring is used throughout.
Returning to the hall, wooden steps lead to the accommodation in the original part of the building.
SITTING ROOM – 6.13m x 3.67m (20’1” x 12’1”)
With wood burning stove set on a slate hearth in recessed fireplace, this is a lovely room in which to relax. With laminate flooring, two radiators, two windows with roman blinds to the front and rear and ceiling spotlights. Door to rear hall.
With laminate flooring, ceiling spotlights and doors to further accommodation to include
BEDROOM 2 – 4.74m x 3.23m (15’6” x 10’7”)
Large double bedroom with laminate flooring, window to the front with roller blind, ceiling spotlights, and radiator. Hatch to Loft with Ramsay ladder, power and light, and pumps for the shower and water tanks. The original front door for the house is located in this room.
BEDROOM 3 – 3.25m x 2.75m (10’7” x 9’0”)
Double bedroom with laminate flooring, window with roller blind to the rear of the property, radiator and ceiling spotlights.
SHOWER ROOM – 2.02m x 1.87m (6’7” x 6’2”)
The shower room comprises a toilet and wash hand basin in vanity unit with Mira Quartz digital shower in tiled corner cubicle, wall mirror, ceiling spotlights, vinyl flooring and radiator.
Wooden stairs lead to further accommodation. With skylight and ceiling spotlights.
MASTER BEDROOM – 7.51m x 5.52m (24’7” x 21’5”)
Exceptionally spacious and splendid master bedroom with six Velux Skylight windows with pull down blinds which provide an abundance of natural light. With laminate flooring, two radiators, ceiling spotlights and floating shelves. A walk-in cupboard off the Master Bedroom provides storage space and also houses the hot water cylinder and controls. Door to ensuite bathroom.
ENSUITE BATHROOM – 4.06m x 2.12m (13’3” x 6’11”)
Contemporary ensuite bathroom with toilet, countertop sink with vanity cupboard below with tiled splashback, large double ended bath with mixer tap and shower head, and a Mira Quartz digital shower in a tiled corner cubicle. With vinyl flooring, radiator, ceiling spotlights and Velux window.
Access to the property is via a stone-chipped drive to the side with a parking area for several vehicles with further parking available at the front entrance. The front and side gardens are mainly laid in grass and is enclosed to the front by a hedge. There are two wooden sheds and a separate log store. There are views from the property over Clashindarroch Forest to the front and Tap O’Noth at the side.
Private water and drainage. Oil-fired central heating and electricity. External facilities switch and plug for running a portable generator. Telephone and broadband connections are available, however any purchaser will need to organise their own supplier.
All fitted carpets and floor coverings, light fittings and fixtures. All the furniture in the house is available by separate negotiation.
Council Tax: Band B.
EPC Banding: EPC=C.
Entry: By arrangement.
Viewing: Contact our Huntly office – (01466) 792331.
Offers: All offers should be submitted in writing to our Huntly office.
Rhynie is a pleasant village with some local amenities, first rate primary school and medical centre. Located only 9 miles from the market town of Huntly, the property is ideally located for commuting to Aberdeen and Inverness with excellent rail connections available from Huntly and Insch. Huntly is a market town and commercial centre situated in the heart of West Aberdeenshire on the A96 approximately 37 miles from Aberdeen. The airport at Dyce is also only about 45 minutes’ drive. Huntly is the home of Clan Gordon and is renowned for Huntly Castle and the Gordon Schools. The town has a full range of local amenities, Primary and Secondary Schooling and railway station. It has a range of sporting facilities including shooting, fishing, an attractive Golf Course and the Huntly Nordic Ski Centre.
From Huntly take the A97 towards Rhynie. Once in Rhynie continue through until you reach The Square. Take the road to the right on The Square pointing towards The Cabrach. Follow this road along past the football pitch heading out of the village. Continue along this road for approximately 3.5 miles and the property is the first of the two houses on the right hand side.