TYPE OF PROPERTY
This impressive traditional stone-built dwelling house with feature stonework walls, is set within its own extensive garden ground. The property has been well-maintained by the current owners both internally and externally and offers spacious accommodation spread over two floors. Located on the edge of Keith, the property has the advantage of being within walking distance of the town centre and Seafield Park and is not far from the A96 for commuting to Aberdeen, Elgin and Inverness. The house is of traditional stone construction with full UPVC double glazing and gas central heating and has been extended to the rear with a wooden clad extension The property has three large double bedrooms, a spacious and bright lounge with a further sitting room, a modern kitchen with large dining area, conservatory, home office, and there is a large garage and driveway providing plenty of off-street parking. The combination of extensive grounds, along with the flexible layout of the house offers options for business or extended family use and is ideal for entertaining with a private patio area. Early viewing is recommended to appreciate all this property has to offer and its location.
The accommodation is spread over two floors and comprises:-
A UPVC door with glazed pane leads into the hall with fitted carpet, coving to ceiling, two windows to the front with vertical blinds, one with cupboard below housing the meters and fuse box, 3-bulb ceiling light, radiator, and understairs cupboard housing the Worcester Boiler with small frosted window. Carpeted stairs lead to the first floor.
SITTING ROOM 4.24m x 3.85m (13’10” x 12’7”)
Light and airy sitting room with two windows with vertical blinds, one to the front and one to the side overlooking the garden ground to the side and towards Seafield Park. With fitted carpet, two alcoves with wall light, coving to ceiling, fitted carpet, ceiling light and wall mounted TV which is to stay.
The hallway continues to the left with access to remainder of the downstairs accommodation.
LOUNGE 5.96m x 3.88m (19’6” x 12’8”)
Spacious lounge with bay window with vertical blinds to the front of the property with a further window with vertical blinds to the side allowing for plenty of natural light. With fitted carpet, coving to ceiling and radiator. The focal point of the room is the recessed wood burning stove set on a slate hearth.
DINING KITCHEN 6.52m x 4.79m (21’4” x 15’9”)
This is an L-shaped room combining a family kitchen and dining area. The fitted kitchen contains a good range of base and wall units with plenty of worktop space with matching splashbacks, LED kickboard lights, under unit lighting and incorporates a stainless steel double corner sink with mixer tap and drainer, integrated dishwasher, under counter fridge and Leisure Rangemaster Gas Cooker and double electric oven which is to stay with a stainless steel extractor fan over. With wood-effect vinyl flooring throughout, ceiling spotlights and small original mahogany windows. The dining area is large enough to accommodate a family size dining table and has a radiator, and recessed alcove with led spotlights over and coving to ceiling. Double French doors with roman blind lead to the conservatory.
CONSERVATORY 3.84m x 3.32m (12’7” x 10’10”)
The conservatory is a pleasant place in which to relax combining large windows with a sliding patio door, and full-length vertical blinds for privacy, with a glass roof. With laminate flooring, radiator and two wall lights.
UTILITY ROOM 3.26m x 1.73m (10’8” x 5’8”)
Two steps off the Conservatory give access to the Utility Room with fitted wall units and ample worktop space and is plumbed for washing machine and tumble drier. With ceiling light, tiled flooring and hatch to Loft. Door to Toilet.
TOILET 1.72m x 1.20m (5’7” x 3’11”)
Convenient downstairs toilet with corner wash hand basin, tiled floor, radiator and extractor fan.
Returning to the Conservatory a door leads to the Office.
OFFICE 3.56m x 2.27m (11’8” x 7’5”)
This room is ideal for use as a home office. With wood panelling to one wall, carpet tiled flooring, ceiling light, radiator, and glass door with roller blind leading to the patio area.
A further door accessed from the Conservatory provides access to an internal passageway with a UPVC internal door to the garage. With carpet tiled flooring, light and shelves, this is a useful storage area.
Returning to the main hall, carpeted stairs lead to the first floor/
L-shaped landing with fitted carpet, two ceiling lights, two windows to the front, radiator and double shelved cupboard with mirror doors providing useful storage space.
BEDROOM 1 4.23m x 3.58m (13’10” x 11’8”)
Large and bright double bedroom with two windows, one to the front and one with roman blind to the side overlooking Seafield Park. With fitted carpet, two alcoves, three uplighters, ceiling light and radiator.
BATHROOM 3.60m x 2.80m (11’9” x 9’2”)
Larger than average bathroom with W.C., wash hand basin, bidet and bath with tiled splashback and flooring. With frosted original mahogany window to the side, large recessed wall-mounted mirror with feature lighting over, frosted window to the side with seating area, partly tiled walls, display shelving, recessed ladder radiator, coving and 4-bulb ceiling spotlights. The seller has advised that all the necessary pipework is in place should a purchaser wish to fit a shower.
BEDROOM 2 4.28m x 2.78m (14’1” x 9’1”)
Further large double bedroom with fitted carpet, fixed double bed with internal storage, radiator, original mahogany wooden window to the rear, coving to ceiling, ceiling light and fitted open unit with shelving for display purposes with wall-mounted mirror and a further open storage area above.
SHOWER ROOM 2.77m x 1.90m (9’1” x 6’2”) (incl. Shower Cabinet)
The shower room comprises a vanity unit suite including wall-mounted units above, a back to wall toilet, wash hand basin and Mira shower in double cabinet with aqua panelled walls and ceiling spotlight over. With ladder radiator, tiled splashbacks, dado rail to half-height, 4-bulb ceiling light and vaulted roof with skylight window.
MASTER BEDROOM 4.20m x 3.89m (13’9” x 12’9”)
Spacious master bedroom with fitted carpet, bay window with vertical blinds to the front of the property and window seat with a further window to the side with vertical blinds, coving to ceiling, and radiator. Fitted units provide plenty of hanging and shelving space with LED feature lights over and there is a fitted dressing table with wall mirror.
Denbrae House occupies a large corner site at the south-end of Mid-Street close to Seafield Park, and within a short distance of the A96 for commuting to Aberdeen, Elgin, and Inverness. To the front of the property an imprinted concrete path leads to circular steps up to the front entrance, which continues round the side and to the rear of the house. The front garden is fully enclosed with a hedge to the front offering privacy from the street, and includes a grassed area which continues round the side of the house, paved decorative garden areas bordered by mature shrubs, plants and bushes, and a large mature holly tree centrepiece. A large imprinted concrete driveway leads to the rear of the property with access to the exceptionally large garage measuring 6.36m x 5.86m (at mid-point) with electric roller door, concrete floor, power, light and fitted workbenches. A wooden door leads to a further storage area and there is an internal UPVC door from the garage which leads to the internal corridor from the Conservatory. The remainder of the garden ground to the rear is mainly laid in grass with rotary clothes drier, stone built steps and pathways with raised rockery areas containing a colourful array of mature shrubs, plants and bushes. A large patio area laid in imprinted concrete, is sheltered by a tall stone-built wall providing a private space for alfresco entertaining. At the far side of the house there is a greenhouse and storage area for the bins.
Usual mains water and drainage. Gas, electricity, telephone, satellite and broadband connections available.
All fitted carpets and floor coverings, light fittings and fixtures and the fixed double bed with internal storage in Bedroom 2. Some furniture may be included by separate negotiation.
Council Tax: Band D.
EPC Banding: EPC=E.
Entry: By arrangement.
Viewing: Contact our Huntly office on (01466) 792331.
Offers: All offers should be submitted in writing to our Huntly office.
Keith is a thriving town situated between Inverness and Aberdeen. It is equidistant from Inverness and Dyce Airports, both of which are accessible by bus and rail links. 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 and an attractive Golf Course. Keith is also a popular tourist town, with the Strathisla Distillery being one of the stops on the Whisky Trail.