3 Bed / 2 public roomed family home
Offers Over £190,000
Home Report Valuation £190,000
Dining kitchen, family lounge and sun lounge
3 Bedrooms and bathroom
Garden and outhouse storage
Oil central heating and double glazing
Countryside and sea views
TYPE OF PROPERTY
We offer for sale this 3 bedroomed detached family home situated by the village of Pennan and with breath-taking views of the cliffs, sea and surrounds, the location is definitely one of this property’s selling points.
Entrance to the property is via UPVC external door with colourful stained glass window above into a spacious vestibule with original wood flooring and window to the side. The meter box is found to be in this area. This property which was formerly the ex-headmasters house has kept its traditional characteristics and still benefits from many of it’s original features such as pine panelled doors, high skirting boards, original coving, ceiling roses and original floor boards.
The lounge features a working fireplace with ceramic hearth and decorative white surround. The windows feature original shutters and there is a shelved recess area and TV point.
The kitchen is fitted with units to either side and has a contrasting speckle effect worktop into which is incorporated a coloured extra bowl sink. There is a ceramic hob with extractor fan above and double oven at eye level. Walls are tiled behind work surfaces and there is an integrated fridge freezer. The kitchen units also have a built in wine rack, built in shelving and a glazed unit.
The utility area has a worktop. A washing machine and dishwasher which sit below the worktop will be included in the sale. There is also a pedestal wash hand basin with vanity unit below and a toilet.
The sun porch has patio doors giving access to the rear garden.
The three bedrooms and bathroom are on the first floor. The largest of the bedrooms has original wood flooring and a window overlooking the cliffs. There is also a shelved storage cupboard.
Bedroom 2 also has original hard wood flooring and there are windows to two walls of the room overlooking the cliffs. There is also a storage cupboard.
Bedroom 3 is where the loft access are found. The loft is part floored and has electric and light. There is also a small cupboard above the door.
The bathroom is fitted with an L-shaped bath with shower above, circular sink over vanity unit and toilet. There are high gloss vanity units to either side of the room with contrasting dark worktops and there is speckled effect wet wall behind work surfaces and around wash area.
Lounge 14’7 x 13’6 (4.44m x 4.11m)
Kitchen 13’ x 12’3 (3.96m x 3.73m)
Utility / WC 7’ x 5’6 (2.13m x 1.67m)
Sun Porch 12’7 x 9’5 (3.83m x 2.87m)
Bedroom 1 14’7 x 13’0 (4.44m x 3.96m)
Bedroom 2 14’ x 13’11 (4.26m x 4.24m)
Bedroom 3 7’10 x 7’7 (2.38m x 2.31m)
Bathroom 9’11 x 9’0 (3.02m x 2.74m)
One of the main selling points of this property is most definitely the location and the open countryside views.
The property itself is enclosed by a large stone built wall with gate giving access to the front of the property. The front garden is a small area laid mainly in lawn with a corner area of flower beds and shrubs and plants.
Chipped stone is laid to both sides of the house and the rear garden is set mainly in lawn with a slight border of bushes and mature plants. There is also a patio area by the sun porch and there are clothes drying poles.
This property benefits from plenty of outside storage beginning with a built on outhouse which is currently used as a second utility area and is where the central heating boiler is found. A second hardstanding outhouse is to the side of the house and is used as a store for wood and coal. The oil tank is between these outhouses.
A third good sized outhouse is found at the rear of the garden accessed by a gate and has three separate doors offering three separate stores. There is also a chipped stone area where this outhouse sits that can offer off street parking for up to 4 vehicles and this is accessed from a side road leading up to the rear of the property.
This property is served by Oil fired central heating and benefits from upvc double glazing and external doors
All blinds, floor coverings and light fittings will be included in the sale as well as the washing machine and dishwasher pictured in the utility area.
EPC = E (40)
Contact our Fraserburgh office on (01346) 514443
All offers should be submitted in writing to our Fraserburgh office
This property enjoys a quiet rural location with spectacular countryside and sea views and is a very short walk from the hamlet of Pennan. The village of New Aberdour lies approximately 4 miles distant and the nearest largest town Fraserburgh is approximately 12 miles distant.
For those who are not familiar with the village of Pennan, it consists of a group of houses surrounding Pennan Bay, overlooking the Moray Firth and nestling at the foot of the spectacular cliffs which make up Buchan’s breathtaking coastline.
The small village of New Aberdour provides basic shopping with post office, a church, primary school and bus connections into town. Fraserburgh offers a range of shops, retail stores, business and leisure facilities. Local beauty spots such as New Aberdour beach with it’s dramatic cliffs and caves are a short distance away whilst further along the coast is the small town of Buckie.
To reach the property from Fraserburgh, take the coastal route from New Aberdour to Pennan and on the left, “The Old Schoolhouse” will be marked by “For sale” sign.