This architect designed home will offer spacious family accommodation comprising lounge, open plan dining room and kitchen, sun lounge, shower room, utility room, and bedroom 5/study on the ground floor and bathroom and four bedrooms on the first floor including a master bedroom with dressing area and en-suite shower room. Integral with the house is a large garage
The home will be finished to a high specification which will include oak finishing, solid oak staircase with glass balustrade, German fitted kitchen units, integrated Neff appliances, oil central heating, solar panels to heat water, PVC windows and doors, vaulted ceilings in the master bedroom and sun lounge and French doors in the master bedroom and living room. The driveway will be tarred.
The windows are designed to optimise the sunlight particularly on the front and rear elevation with floor to ceiling gable windows being one of the main features. These windows will also give open countryside views to the east and west.
Located on the road running out of the village past the school on the right hand side after the last existing properties. The village itself offers a modern primary school, village store, florist and gift shop, 18 hole golf course, football social club, two churches, two garages, bowling green and tennis courts. Further facilities including secondary schooling are available at nearby Mintlaw which lies approximately 3 miles to the west. Longside is convenient for daily commuting to Peterhead, Fraserburgh and Ellon with the city of Aberdeen lying approximately 30 miles to the south.
The home will be built to order allowing the purchasers to have involvement in the selection of the interior furnishings and fittings including the kitchen units, sanitary ware and tiling. The price includes allowances towards these items, upgraded extras may be ordered at an additional cost.
To view location call at site. For further details contact our office in Mintlaw to make arrangements to meet up for a discussion with the seller.
All offers should be submitted in writing to our Mintlaw office