75 HIGH STREET, ROTHES, AB38 7AY
End Terraced Property In Town Centre Location
• One Bedroom
• Full Double Glazing & Gas C.H.
• Tiered Rear Garden
• Excellent Views from Upper Sections
• Located along the Malt Whisky Trail
Offers over £82,000
Home Report Valuation £82,000
TYPE OF PROPERTY
This end terraced property mainly built of traditional stone with a slated roof and a rear extension is conveniently located on the High Street and is within walking distance of local facilities. It has full UPVC double glazing and recently fitted UPVC front and rear doors. A particular feature of the property is the tiered rear garden and there are excellent views from the upper sections.
The accommodation is on two floors and comprises:-
With vinyl flooring and carpeted staircase to the first floor.
LOUNGE 4.28m x 3.68m (14’ x 12’)
With multi-fuel stove in traditional fireplace and radiator.
KITCHEN 4.76m x 2.87m (15’7” x 9’4”) (at widest)
The kitchen extends into the rear hall area and in the main part of the kitchen there are fitted Shaker style units at floor and eye level and stainless steel sink. With roller blind and vinyl flooring. The white goods can be included in the sale by negotiation.
The Rear Hall area has deep storage shelves and the back door.
BATHROOM 2..72m x 2.47m (8’11” x 8’1”) (at widest)
L-shaped bathroom with white suite and tiled shower cabinet with Mira electric shower, roller blind, extractor fan, vinyl flooring and radiator.
The landing area is coom ceiled and has a velux window and fitted cupboards. This could be used as a study area.
BEDROOM 4.10m x 4.04m (13’5” x 13’3”) (at widest)
Coom ceiled, traditional cast iron fireplace, window with roller blind and radiator.
The rear garden includes a gravelled parking area which can take two vehicles. The tiered garden includes a lawn, flower beds, gravelled area with rotary clothes drier, a seating area and a multitude of plants and flowers. The upper sections give particularly good views over Rothes to the hills beyond and along the Spey Valley.
Usual mains water and drainage. Gas, electricity and telephone connections.
All fitted carpets and floor coverings, light fittings and fixtures.
Council Tax: Band A.
EPC Banding: EPC=E.
Entry: By arrangement.
Viewing: Contact our Huntly office on (01466) 792331.
All offers should be submitted in writing to our Huntly office
Rothes is situated on the River Spey between Ben Aigen and Conerock Hill. The town was founded in 1766 and in the mid nineteenth century came the building of Glen Grant Distillery. At the south end of the village lies the remains of Rothes Castle, built on a hill by Peter de Pollok about 1200 to command traffic up and down this stretch of Strathspey. The castle’s remains consist of a fragment of the massive outer wall overlooking the High Street of Rothes. The town developed into a major centre of whisky production, eventually having five distilleries. The north end of the town today has a factory which produces animal feed from the distilleries’ by-products. The local amenities include primary school, community centre, bowling, tennis, golf and football.