15 CHURCH STREET, DUFFTOWN, AB55 4AR
Traditional Semi-Detached Dwelling House close to Town Centre & Amenities
• 4 Bedrooms, 2 Public Rooms
• Gas Central Heating & Double Glazing
• Offers Spacious Living Accommodation
• Extensive Garden Ground
• £20,000 Below Home Report Valuation
Price Change – Now Offers around £175,000
Home Report Valuation £195,000
TYPE OF PROPERTY
This traditional stone-built semi-detached dwelling house is located in Dufftown which lies in the heart of the Malt Whisky country and is approximately half way between Aberdeen and Inverness and is a superb base from which to enjoy the host of activities and attractions that are abound in Scotland’s North East. The property offers spacious living accommodation over two floors with four bedrooms, two public rooms, a modern dining kitchen, two bathrooms and benefits from gas central heating and double glazing. The garden ground is extensive and there are outstanding views for the upper part of the garden over Dufftown to the hills beyond.
The accommodation is on two floors and comprises:-
With UPVC front door, laminate flooring and radiator.
LOUNGE 4.8m x 3.02m (15’8” x 9’10”)
Traditional feature fireplace with coal fire, laminate flooring, alcoves, plaster coving and radiator. An archway leads to the Dining Area.
DINING AREA 2.66m x 2.61m (8’8” x 8’6”)
With laminate flooring and radiator.
DINING KITCHEN 5.45m x 2.55m (17’10” x 8’4”)
Modern fitted units at floor and eye level, gas hob, stainless steel 1.5 bowl sink, fitted automatic washing machine, dishwasher and fridge freezer, two powered velux windows, French doors to rear garden. (Note – the oven is not in working order).
Returning to the hallway, the further ground floor rooms are:-
BEDROOM 4/PUBLIC ROOM 4.74m x 3.38m (15’6” x 11’1”)
With window to front with venetian blind, feature fireplace, alcove, plaster coving and radiator.
Large tiled shower cabinet, tiled floor, radiator and further ladder radiator/towel rail, white toilet and wash hand basin.
A traditional staircase leads to:-
A spacious landing with radiator and window to front.
MASTER BEDROOM 4.87m x 2.58m (15’11” x 8’5”)
Extensive fitted wardrobes also fitted dressing table, window to front with venetian blind, ceiling coving, laminate flooring and radiator.
BEDROOM 2 3.76m x 3.02m (12’4” x 9’10”)
With window to front with venetian blind, large cupboard with light which houses the combi boiler, laminate flooring, ceiling coving and radiator.
BEDROOM 3 3.12m x 2.56m (10’2” x 8’4”)
With window to rear, fitted wardrobe and radiator.
BATHROOM 2.57m x 1.52m (8’5” x 4’11”)
Three-piece white bathroom suite, shower over bath with shower screen, vanity unit, tiled floor and walls, velux window, ladder radiator, hatch to roof space.
The garden ground is extensive and is at the rear of the property. The upper reaches of the garden give outstanding views over Dufftown to the hills beyond. There is a shared access area to the side of the house and the garden can also be reached from the French doors of the kitchen.
There is a paved patio leading to the traditional stone bothy which is a historic local building and has electric light.
Steps lead up to the garden ground which contains multiple lawn areas as well as mature shrubs.
Mains water and drainage. Usual electricity and gas connections.
All fitted carpets and floor coverings, light fittings and fixtures.
Council Tax: Band B.
EPC Banding: EPC=D.
Entry: By arrangement.
Viewing: Contact our Huntly office on (01466) 792331.
Offers: All offers should be submitted in writing to our Huntly office.
This property is located in Dufftown which lies in the heart of the Malt Whisky country and is approximately half way between Aberdeen and Inverness and is a superb base from which to enjoy the host of activities and attractions that abound in Scotland’s North East. From the Cairngorm National Park to the golden beaches of the Moray Coast, there is golfing and fishing, castles and distilleries. Explore the Castle Trail, the world’s only Malt Whisky trail, and enjoy fabulous wildlife. Primary education is available at Dufftown with Secondary Schooling at Speyside High in Aberlour. The Town of Huntly lies approximately 10 miles from Dufftown and is the home of Clan Gordon and is renowned for Huntly Castle and the Gordon Schools. It has a range of sporting facilities, including shooting, fishing and an attractive Golf Course. From Huntly there are also rail and bus links to Aberdeen, Dyce Airport and Inverness.