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Oakwood, South Road,

Offers over £ 260,000 HRV £260,000


Detached Bungalow with Panoramic Views in Rural Village Location

• 3 Bedrooms, Bathroom & Toilet
• Lounge, Dining Kitchen, Utility Room
• Off-Street Parking for Several Vehicles & Two large Garages
• Mature Well-Maintained Garden Ground
• Edge of Village Location approx. 9 miles from Huntly

Offers over £260,000
Home Report Valuation £260,000

This modern detached bungalow is located on the edge of the rural village of Rhynie within easy walking distance of the local amenities and Rhynie medical practice which is located close by.  From the front of the property there are panoramic views over  countryside to the front and Tap O’Noth to the side.  The property benefits from oil-fired central heating and is fully double glazed throughout.  There are three good-sized double bedrooms, a spacious and bright lounge, modern dining kitchen, utility room, bathroom and toilet.  Off-street parking is available for several vehicles on the driveway which leads to the two large garages.  The property sits in a large plot with well-established and well-kept mature garden.  Early viewing is a must to appreciate all this property has to offer and its location.

The accommodation is all on one level and comprises:-

Covered entrance porch with large glass pane to the side offering protection from the weather, with ceiling light,  wall light, and concrete floor.

A wooden door with frosted glass panes lead into the vestibule with wooden flooring, matwell with access to the underfloor area for the whole house, ceiling light and frosted glass door with two side panes which leads into the hall.

L-shaped hall with fitted carpet, ceiling lights, radiator, and two cupboards for storage, one which is shelved and a walk-in airing cupboard.  Hatch to Loft with Ramsay ladder, power, light and fitted gun cabinet.

TOILET    2.28m x 1.18m (7’5” x 3’10”)
With toilet, wash hand basin with cupboard below, vinyl flooring, frosted window to the front, radiator and part wood cladding to half height.

LOUNGE    5.31m x 4.90m (17’5” x 16’1”)
A large picture window to the front and smaller picture window to the side offer expansive and unobstructed views of the open countryside to the front and towards the Tap O’Noth.  The lounge is a lovely room in which to sit and relax and take in the views.  With oak flooring, coving to ceiling, 3-bulb ceiling light, wall light, and Dimplex Optimist Fire sat on a marble hearth with wooden mantel which is to remain, and we understand from the owner that the open fire is still in place should this be preferable.  Frosted glass double doors lead to the dining kitchen.

DINING KITCHEN    7.14m x 2.98m (23’5” x 9’9”)
Large kitchen with Shaker style fitted units at floor and eye level with tall larder unit, worktop space and breakfast bar area with three pendant lights over, and a ceramic sink with pull out spray tap.  Integrated appliances include a Zanussi Induction Hob and Zanussi double oven with extractor fan over.  With laminate flooring, two radiators, ceiling spotlights, two windows to the rear with roman blinds and further window with roman blind to the side, plumbed for washing machine and space for a large fridge freezer.  The remainder of the room houses a family size dining table with pendant lights over.

UTILITY ROOM    3.50m x 1.82m (11’6” x 5’11”)
With fitted base and wall units with worktop space, radiator, laminate flooring, tiled splashbacks, ceiling light and plumbed for washing machine.  A frosted glass door leads to the rear vestibule.

With vinyl flooring, heated cupboard, coat hooks and integral door to garage.  A glass door with side pane leads to a covered porch area off the rear vestibule with overhead clothes pulley perfect for drying clothes on a wet day.  The current owner has installed a gate at the entrance to the covered porch which will be removed prior to sale.  The purchaser may wish to replace this should it be required making this a safe play area for children and animals.

Returning to the main hall this leads to the remainder of the accommodation.

BEDROOM 1    3.29m x 3.27m (10’9” x 10’8”)
Bright double bedroom with fitted carpet, ceiling light, window to the front with excellent views over the open countryside beyond, radiator and shelved cupboard with small fitted safe.

BEDROOM 2    4.02m x 3.57m (13’2” x 11’8”)
Spacious and light double bedroom with large window to the front again with views, fitted carpet, ceiling light, radiator and double cupboard with hanging rail and shelving for storage.

BEDROOM 3   3.95m x 2.97m (12’11” x 9’8”)
Further good-sized double bedroom with fitted carpet, ceiling light, radiator, window to the side with views over the garden and countryside beyond, and triple wardrobe with hanging rail and shelves for storage.

BATHROOM   2.99m x 1.99m (9’9” x 6’6”)
The bathroom comprises a W.C. with double sink in vanity unit, and mains shower in double cabinet with aqua panelled walls.  With frosted window looking into the rear vestibule, tiled flooring, heated towel rail, ceiling light and extractor fan.

Oakwood sits in a large plot of garden ground with a tarred driveway providing off-road parking for several vehicles which leads to the two large garages, one with an electric door, radiator, ceiling light, window to the rear and separate door.  The other garage has an up and over door, and both garages have concrete floors and power.  The front garden is laid in stone chips for ease of  maintenance with paved paths and there are border areas in front of the house and alongside the drive containing mature shrubs and plants.  To the rear of the property there is a drying green, and the well maintained garden contains a variety of fruit trees and plants including plum, apple, raspberry, gooseberry, blackberry and rhubarb.  The wooden shed and the greenhouse are to stay.  There is an outside tap beside the garage entrance.

Usual mains water and drainage.  Oil, electricity, telephone and broadband connections available.

All fitted carpets and floor coverings, light fittings and fixtures.

Council Tax: Band E.

EPC Banding: EPC=D.

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.

Reference: HUNTLY/MCD/E24

Address: Oakwood
Postcode: AB54 4GA
Country: United Kingdom
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Property Id : 108908
Price: Offers over £ 260,000 HRV £260,000
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 1
Energy class: D
Detail: 3 Bedrooms, Bathroom & Toilet
Detail: Lounge, Dining Kitchen, Utility Room
Detail: Off-Street Parking for Several Vehicles & Two Large Garages
Detail: Mature Well-Maintained Garden Ground
Detail: Edge of Village Location approx. 9 miles from Huntly
Garages: Two Large Garages
Floors No: 1





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