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4 bed detached House

Brooms Of Park Cornhill, Banff, AB45 2JA

listed on 2020-12-06  Savills   

Key features Immaculately maintained property and gardens, perfect as either a family home or countryside retreat for those looking for the “lock up and go” lifestyle. Versatile and well maintained open L-shaped steading and further outbuilding offering substantial spaces for any kind of use. Large four bedroom detached farmhouse with underfloor heating on both floors. Environmentally friendly with very high insulation levels and ground source heat pump. Gated entrance with intercom and remote opening. Situated within garden grounds of about 0.75 acres with extensive parking. About 56 further acres of grassland and woodland. Enjoying a peaceful countryside position, and just under 40 miles away from Aberdeen International Airport. Immaculate four-bed farmhouse situated in about 56 acres of its own land with two superb outbuildings offering substantial spaces for any kind of use. An environmentally friendly hideaway. About this property An immaculately presented farmhouse set within 56 acres of its own land, Brooms of Park is a traditional Aberdeenshire farmhouse with outbuildings. Built in the 1800's and completely rebuilt between 2008 and 2010, a two storey rear wing was created, while the interior has been meticulously upgraded to provide versatile and easily maintained accommodation suitable for modern family living. ACCOMMODATION A hardwood door with stained glass panel leads into the bright entrance hall featuring a Victorian style monochrome tiled floor. Beneath the staircase is a fully tiled WC cloakroom fitted with a white two piece suite and mirrored cabinet. From the reception hall a door leads into the open plan dining kitchen/sitting room, which is of excellent dimensions and ideal for both relaxation and formal entertainment with zoned ceiling spotlights. Within the sitting room the flooring is of coloured marble, while an open fireplace with polished black stone hearth and an ornate cast iron surround creates a warm and inviting ambience. The generously sized dining area provides plenty of space for a large dining table set, with twin ceiling pendant lighting and glazed doors opening onto the paved terrace. The sociable kitchen area features a good range of attractive base, wall and display cabinetry, while polished granite work surfaces incorporate a Franke 1.5 sink with drainer. Within the kitchen there is a Rangemaster with five ring induction hob, which has specially commissioned artwork painted on to the splashback tiling creating a characterful focal point. The large breakfast island is a striking feature, with undercounter storage and twin Miele wine coolers. It is understood that the fridge/freezer, wine coolers, dishwasher and hob will remain. A hardwood door from the kitchen leads into the good sized utility room, which in turn allows access to the garden grounds and terrace. Tiled to half height, the utility room has been designed as a wet room (to drain off excess water) and is thus a perfect room for wet outdoor equipment and pets. Within the utility room there are the Miele washing machine, tumble drier, Heat Pump and sink unit. Completing the ground floor is the family room with deep silled window overlooking the property frontage. A well proportioned living space, central to the room is the wood burning stove which is situated within a brick lined recess with polished black stone hearth. Ascending the staircase, there is an L-shaped landing which receives lots of natural light from the velux windows. The principal bedroom benefits from dual aspect views and provides ample space for freestanding furniture, having the advantage of a dressing room providing excellent hanging and shelf storage, in addition to a dressing table area. The principal bedroom also boasts a luxurious en suite bathroom. Featuring a white suite, there is a WC, bath with central tap fitment and twin wash hand basins set within an attractive vanity unit with mirrored cabinets above. The en suite also features a fully tiled shower enclosure and mood lighting. Bedrooms two and four are both well proportioned rooms of tasteful decoration and hardwood flooring, with velux windows allowing for natural light. Bedroom three overlooks the property frontage and fields beyond, while being fitted with a bespoke range of fitted wardrobes and elevated storage which also incorporates a desk area. The luxurious and fully tiled family bathroom features a white suite, consisting of WC with concealed cistern, bath with central tap fitment, and twin wash hand basins encased within a contemporary vanity unit with mirrored cabinets and mood lighting. A glazed shower enclosure with Grohe fitment completes the bathroom. The attention to detail at this wonderful property is tremendous. A fantastic country home, the two versatile outbuildings are amongst the best I have encountered, and offer a variety of potential uses for the discerning purchaser.” Fiona Gormley Property agent Local information Brooms of Park is the perfect base from which to enjoy the great outdoors. While the surrounding area comprises rolling farmland and open countryside, this part of the northeast of Scotland is also famed for its outdoor pursuits, including walking, mountain biking, horse riding and golf. Salmon fishing is available on the rivers Deveron, Don, Dee and Spey, while game shooting is another popular sport. The nearby coast offers sailing and sandy beaches. Apart from its rich agricultural heritage, the area is steeped in historical interest, being in the heart of Castle Country. Brooms of Park is situated less than 2 miles from the small village of Cornhill, which has a garage. The neighbouring village of Aberchirder has a Co-op supermarket, pharmacy, post office, bowling club, church, primary school and part time medical centre. It is understood that Brooms of Park is in the catchment for Ordiquhill Primary School and Banff Academy. Huntly is an historic town approximately 15 miles away which prospered during the 18th century through the expanding linen industry. Today, the amenities include two major supermarkets, butchers, hairdressers, restaurants and recreational facilities, including the popular Huntly Falconry centre. The train station provides a direct link to Aberdeen and Inverness, with a connection railway at Insch. A regular bus service provides travel to Aberdeen. The coastal village of Portsoy, approximately 7 miles away, was established as a Royal Burgh in 1550 by Mary Queen of Scots and is famed for its green Portsoy marble or serpentine, which was used in the construction of Louis XIV's Palace of Versailles. The town is largely a conservation area, focused on the harbour which was built around 300 years ago and upgraded in 1825 for the herring fishing fleet. Portsoy hosts an annual summer festival which encompasses history, music, arts, crafts, food and drink as well as a variety of maritime activities. The Royal Burgh of Banff is situated at the mouth of the River Deveron. Many of the properties in Banff date back to the late 17th or 18th century, including the magnificent Duff House which was built in 1730. There is a regular bus service into Aberdeen and a wide range of local amenities. The A96 provides ease of access to Aberdeen, which lies approximately 45.5 miles away. The international airport lies approximately 39.9 miles away and provides excellent transport links by air to Amsterdam, London and other UK and European cities. The Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route has greatly improved travel in and around Aberdeen, with a quicker and more direct route south. There are regular rail services from Aberdeen, including a sleeper service and connection station in Huntly. Aberdeen provides all the services expected of a major city, including business and leisure facilities, theatres, restaurants and a wide range of shopping. There is private schooling in Aberdeen including Robert Gordon's College, St Margaret's and Albyn, as well as the International School at Pitfodels. There are two universities and colleges of further education. Aberchirder 3.5 miles Banff 9.5 miles Huntly 14.3 miles Aberdeen City 45.5 miles Aberdeen International Airport 39.9 miles* *Please note that all distances are approximate Additional information OUTBUILDINGS AND GROUNDS From the B9023 the property is well screened by mature hedging, while two tarred driveways allow secure access via gated entrances with an intercom opening system for the main entrance gate. The main driveway opens on to an extensive parking and turning area. With the gardens around Brooms of Park extending to about 0.75 acres, there are mature lawns interspersed with gravelled pathways around the house and outbuildings. To the rear of the house is a large slate paved terrace where a large Valoriani wood fired oven and open fire are located – ideal for summer entertaining. Within the immediate grounds there are large and beautifully maintained outbuildings which can be utilised in a variety of ways. A detached building used in period as horse stables and bothy is currently used as garage and workshop. The larger L-shaped steading can be used for any purpose ancillary to the residential use so for example home-office, playroom, home gym, etc. The central courtyard between the buildings has a paved area with a Marina Pillar for light, electricity and water. With the necessary permissions the outbuildings could be suitable for a variety of business uses or converted into one or multiple houses. Around Brooms of Park is about 56 acres of land, of which about 9 acres is woodland with the rest being grassland. For those looking for land suitable for equestrian use, this offers a rare opportunity. PROPERTY SPECIFICATION: Ground Floors constructed of solid concrete, upper floors constructed with timber joists and steel beams. Walls are solid stone supplemented by inner concrete block skin on newer walls. Average wall thickness is 750mm including internal wall lining. Insulation in internal wall lining is 100mm Kingspan, between roof trusses 150mm Kingspan. There are no load bearing partition walls. New roof covered with Welsh Slate. All roof windows “Velux” Conservation Windows. Guttering and downpipes constructed of cast iron. Downstairs all floors tiled, upstairs engineered hardwood throughout. Zoned underfloor heating throughout. Bathrooms with mood lighting and water-resistant speakers. High quality sanitary fittings mostly from Grohe and Geberit. All sockets and switches Stainless Steel. Nibe ground source heat pump with horizontal straight pipes in field adjacent to buildings. Extensive drainage around house with ACO Channels along terrace and driveways. Terrace solid concrete with slate tiling. Fireplace and large Valoriani Wood-fired oven. Tarred driveways and forecourt. Both entrances with gates. Directions: From Aberdeen, follow the A96 towards Huntly. Just before entering Huntly, turn right on to the A97 and follow this road for some distance, crossing the Bridge of Marnoch. At the junction turn left onto the B9023 and keep straight towards Cornhill. Brooms of Park is located along the left hand side. EPC Rating = B View detailed EPC rating for this property EPC Rating Graph

8 bed House

Canterbury House Cornhill, Banff, AB45 2BP

listed on 2018-10-01  Savills   

Key features Drawing room Kitchen 7 bedrooms (all en suite) Library and separate study Leisure suite and cinema room Self contained 2 bedroom annexe Impressive country house combining luxury living with facilities to operate business from home. About this property Twenty plus years ago, Canterbury House was conceived by the current owners, who designed and started collecting traditional materials for the construction of a Victorian style house with all the benefits of modern technology. Constructed traditionally, the mansion house was built with Rubislaw granite, on four levels finished with slate and green fish tail feature slates and ogee aluminium gutters. The result is an imposing property which offers the best of old and new, combining traditional external and internal period features with the convenience of modern living. The standard of the works undertaken was to an extraordinarily high specification. The house has pitch pine doors, skirtings and architraves, and ornate plaster cornices and centre ceiling roses in most rooms on the ground and first floors. There are four fireplaces in the house, each with their own individual design, two of which have coal effect gas fires. On the second floor and the lower ground floor, the style is more contemporary. Features include Kingspan insulation, double glazing, fire doors, an integral vacuum system, heat recovery system, multi-room music and TV systems, cat 5 cabling to all rooms, wall activated switches to table lamps in the drawing room, a walk in chill room in the kitchen, and the facility for all fireplaces to be functional. The self contained, attached annexe offers flexible accommodation with a more modern twist and has disabled access. The house was completed some fifteen years ago. Despite its scale the house is easily managed and it functions admirably both as an impressive house in which to host large house parties and as a comfortable family home. Canterbury House is the realisation of the owners' dreams. You've got the best of old and new, and as well as a fabulous home, with the annexe and the workshop building you've got the opportunity to develop a variety of business opportunities. Fiona Gormley Property agent Local information Canterbury House lies about 5 miles inland from the Moray Firth and is set in rolling farmland with a sheltering backdrop of woodland to the north. The Moray Coast is renowned for having a relatively mild climate and some of the highest levels of sunshine in the UK. Pretty fishing villages such as Portsoy, Sandend and Cullen, beautiful beaches and a number of renowned golf courses lie along the coast. The famous Duff House Royal and Royal Tarlair courses are found at Banff and Macduff respectively. For fishing enthusiasts, the rivers Deveron and Spey are a short drive from this property and there is excellent sea angling along the coast. There are marinas at Whitehills and Banff. Duff House at Banff is part of the National Galleries of Scotland and houses a range of art treasures and superbly furnished rooms. Inland, to the south west, is Speyside with its famous whisky distilleries. Additional information Canterbury House lies about 5 miles inland from the Moray Firth and is set in rolling farmland with a sheltering backdrop of woodland to the north. The Moray Coast is renowned for having a relatively mild climate and some of the highest levels of sunshine in the UK. Pretty fishing villages such as Portsoy, Sandend and Cullen, beautiful beaches and a number of renowned golf courses lie along the coast. The famous Duff House Royal and Royal Tarlair courses are found at Banff and Macduff respectively. For fishing enthusiasts, the rivers Deveron and Spey are a short drive from this property and there is excellent sea angling along the coast. There are marinas at Whitehills and Banff. Duff House at Banff is part of the National Galleries of Scotland and houses a range of art treasures and superbly furnished rooms. Inland, to the south west, is Speyside with its famous whisky distilleries. The nearby village of Cornhill offers a general store/post office, garage, pub, village hall and church, and Portsoy which is 3 miles away has further facilities with a small supermarket, various pubs, hotels and cafes. The local primary schools are at Ordiquhill (2 miles), Fordyce (2.5 miles) and Portsoy also offers pre-school and primary schooling, with secondary schooling in Banff, Huntly and Keith. Private schooling is available at Gordonstoun, some 36 miles to the west, near Elgin. The A96 links the major regional centres of Aberdeen (51 miles) and Inverness (68 miles). The nearest railway station is at Keith (12 miles), on the Inverness – Aberdeen line. Aberdeen International Airport offers a wide range of domestic and European flights. The nearby coastal village of Portsoy was established as a Royal Burgh in 1550 by Mary Queen of Scots and is famed for its green Portsoy Marble or serpentine, which was used in the construction of Louis XIV's Palace of Versailles. It is still quarried locally, in small quantities, and items made from it are sold in the harbourside Portsoy Marble Shop. The town is largely a conservation area, focussed on the harbour which was built around 300 years ago and upgraded in 1825 for the herring fishing fleet. Portsoy hosts an annual Scottish Traditional Small Boats Festival in late June/early July which is enjoyed by as many as 15,000 visitors and encompasses history, music, arts, crafts, food and drink as well as a variety of maritime activities. The recently restored Salmon Bothy serves both as a museum and a community hub. Directions: Travelling from Aberdeen on the A96, at Huntly take the B9002 north. At the junction with the A95, turn right and continue for about 1.4 miles before turning left, rejoining the B9002 towards Portsoy. Continue for about 1.7 miles and the gates and drive to Canterbury House will be found on the left. Travelling from Inverness, at Keith take the A95 towards Banff for about 10 miles before turning left onto the B9022 and proceeding as above. EPC Rating = D View detailed EPC rating for this property EPC Rating Graph

4 bed House with land

14 acres, The Stables, Balhagan Equestrian, Bruntyards, Banff, Highlands and Islands

listed on 2019-07-13  UKLandandFarms.co.uk   

14 acres, The Stables, Balhagan Equestrian, Bruntyards, Banff, Highlands and Islands For Sale - Offers Over £650,000 A modern, generously proportioned, well-appointed family home with a successful equestrian business with enviable facilities and in set in approximately 12 acres (4.6 6Ha) of delightful Aberdeenshire countryside. Accommodation Ground Floor: Vestibule, hall, living room, kitchen dining/family Room, bedroom 4/study, utility room, cloakroom, master bedroom with en-suite shower room, two further double bedrooms, family bathroom, separate WC. Exterior: The garden surrounding the house is predominately laid to lawn. The equestrian provisions are all completed to a very high standard and include an all-weather arena, a modern portal framed barn and stabling for 13 along with all the facilities you would anticipate from a BHS (British Horse Society) Approved equestrian yard. Banff 5 miles (8km), Turiff 9 miles (14km), Aberdeen 45 miles (73km), Inverness 79 miles (126km) All distance are approximate.

4 bed House

The Stables, Balhagan Equestrian, Bruntyards, AB45

listed on 2019-08-30  Rettie   

A modern, generously proportioned, well-appointed family home with a successful equestrian business with enviable facilities and in set in approximately 12 acres (4.6 6Ha) of delightful Aberdeenshire countryside. Accommodation Ground Floor: Vestibule, hall, living room, kitchen dining/family Room, bedroom 4/study, utility room, cloakroom, master bedroom with en-suite shower room, two further double bedrooms, family bathroom, separate WC. Exterior: The garden surrounding the house is predominately laid to lawn. The equestrian provisions are all completed to a very high standard and include an all-weather arena, a modern portal framed barn and stabling for 13 along with all the facilities you would anticipate from a BHS (British Horse Society) Approved equestrian yard. Banff 5 miles (8km), Turiff 9 miles (14km), Aberdeen 45 miles (73km), Inverness 79 miles (126km) All distance are approximate.

6 bed House

St. Brandon House Boyndie, Banff, AB45 2JT

listed on 2020-10-23  Savills   

Key features Victorian six bedroom former manse house built in the style of a Georgian Edinburgh townhouse Spanning three floors, there is spacious and versatile living accommodation throughout Opportunity to create self-contained living accommodation along the ground floor if desired. A host of original period features remain, including decorative plasterwork, deep silled windows and picture railings Set within beautifully maintained garden grounds, with far reaching views across open countryside Located within the peaceful village of Boyndie on the outskirts of Banff and between the coastal villages of Whitehills and Portsoy A fantastic home for a growing family, or a superb countryside retreat, being only 47 miles from Aberdeen International Airport. A fine and elegant Victorian six bedroom listed former manse house in a peaceful rural setting with ease of access to the wonderful Moray coastline. About this property Built in 1842 with stone walls, pitch slate roof and clad in scotch wet harle as the local church manse by William Robertson of Elgin, St Brandon has a number of notable external and internal features; hence its Category B listed status. Designed in the style of a Georgian Edinburgh townhouse, St Brandon is situated within beautifully manicured grounds which are mostly laid to lawn with mature trees and a super driveway designed to loop around the property to accommodate horse and carriage in days gone by. A striking home with far reaching views across open countryside, St Brandon includes an array of original features including high ceilings, sanded and varnished floorboards, Georgian style finished windows, window shutters, panel doors with grooved facings, decorative cornicing and plasterwork, picture railings and eye catching fireplaces. A grand exterior stone staircase leads up to the entrance vestibule from where far reaching views from the entrance doorway can be enjoyed. Within the vestibule there is a cloak cupboard and doorway to the welcoming reception hall, which allows access to the living accommodation and affords a good flow of entertaining space. The well appointed drawing room has twin aspect windows allowing a lovely garden aspect with feature fireplace. Formal dining and entertainment is available in the dining room which mirrors the outlook of the drawing room and includes a traditional style fireplace. Convenience is catered for with a serving/prepping kitchen for quick delivery to the dining room. Enjoying a pleasant outlook to the rear of the property, this room could easily be transformed in a further public living space if so desired. With twin aspect windows at the rear, the family room has a wood burning stove, ideal for creating a warm and inviting ambience. Descending the staircase to the ground floor, there is first the charming WC cloakroom which lies on a split level and is fully pine lined with skylight. The substantial ground floor living accommodation is extensively laid with Caithness natural stone flooring. Bespoke handpainted solid wood cabinets make up the dining kitchen, with the focal point being the cream range cooker. Everyday tasks can take place in the large utility room with twin Belfast style sinks, while the boot room is very useful for the storage of outdoor equipment clothing and other items. The morning room is a delightful space to enjoy a leisurely breakfast or early supper, and has twin aspect windows overlooking the grounds, while there is also a fireplace with green tiled inset. Completing the ground floor accommodation there is the versatile double bedroom six, which would be equally suitable as a further public room if desired, while the entirety of the ground floor could possibly be used for annexe accommodation. The stairwells and landings are flooded with an abundance of natural light from the second floor landing with feature cupola and high pitched ceiling. On the second floor there are four bright double bedrooms, all with lovely views across the gardens. The fifth bedroom is currently utilised as a study with superb views across the property frontage, while completing the accommodation are two well appointed shower rooms to either side of the central landing. Outside A gated entrance with elongated driveway provides an immediate view of the depth of the rear of the property and allows ample turning and parking space to the front. Mostly laid to lawn with extensive seasonal bulbs, the garden attracts a wide variety of wildlife throughout the seasons, while the front south facing view offers a wonderful countryside vista. St Brandon House exudes a real sense of grandeur when you see it sitting proudly surrounded by sweeping lawn, yet inside it is also warm and welcoming, the formal elegance complemented by soft décor and traditional design. Fiona Gormley Property agent Local information St Brandon is located in the charming village of Boyndie on the outskirts of Banff and positioned close to the Moray coastline. The Boyndie Visitor Centre is very popular with locals and visitors alike, and includes a restaurant, gift shop and garden centre. Set amongst six acres of gardens and woodland, there are walking trails for all abilities. The Visitor Centre also carries information about the wartime role of former RAF Banff (“the Boyndie ‘Drome) and the Shipbusters. With a variety of coastal walking trails, the coastal village of Whitehills lies approximately 2 miles away and has a small harbour and a small selection of amenities, including a pub, café and fish shop. The coastal village of Portsoy was established as a Royal Burgh in 1550 by Mary Queen of Scots and is famed for its green Portsoy marble or serpentine, which was used in the construction of Louis XIV's Palace of Versailles. It is still quarried locally, in small quantities, and items made from it are sold in the harbourside Portsoy marble shop. The town is largely a conservation area, focused on the harbour which was built around 300 years ago and upgraded in 1825 for the herring fishing fleet. Portsoy hosts an annual Scottish Traditional Small Boats Festival in late June/early July which is enjoyed by as many as 15,000 visitors and encompasses history, music, arts, crafts, food and drink as well as a variety of maritime activities. The Royal Burgh of Banff is situated at the mouth of the River Deveron. Many of the properties in Banff date back to the late 17th or 18th century, including the magnificent Duff House which was built in 1730. Duff House operates as an outstation for the National Galleries of Scotland and has extensive grounds including a play park. There is a regular bus service into Aberdeen and schooling is available locally with various primary options and secondary schooling at Banff Academy. Banff also provides a wide range of local amenities. The wider Moray Coast is renowned for having a relatively mild climate and some of the highest levels of sunshine in the UK. Beautiful beaches and a number of renowned golf courses lie along the coast. The famous Duff House Royal and Royal Tarlair golf courses are found at Banff and Macduff respectively, while there is excellent sea angling along the coast. There are also a number of castles and distilleries in the area. Elgin is steeped in history with a renowned cathedral dating from the 13th century, and has an impressive range of shops, together with a railway station, business and leisure facilities, including a swimming pool and leisure centre. The famous public school, Gordonstoun, which includes Aberlour House as a junior school, is only a short drive from Elgin and takes both day pupils and boarders, from 8 to 18. Johnston's of Elgin is located within the town, and is well known for its production of the finest woollens and cashmere. Aberdeen International airport lies approximately 46.2 miles away and provides excellent transport links by air to London and other UK and European cities. The Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route has greatly improved travel in and around Aberdeen, with a quicker and more direct route south. There are regular rail services from Aberdeen, including a sleeper service. Aberdeen provides all the services expected of a major city, including business and leisure facilities, theatres, restaurants and a wide range of shopping. There is private schooling in Aberdeen including Robert Gordon's College, St Margaret's and Albyn, as well as the International School at Pitfodels. There are two universities and several colleges of further education. Additional information Directions: Proceed North from Aberdeen on the A947, heading towards Banff through the towns of Oldmeldrum and Turriff. On reaching Turriff, follow signs for the B9025, which will take you over the River Deveron. Turn right off the B9025 along the B9121 and follow this road for some distance before turning left at the crossroads with the A98. Thereafter turn right at crossroads marked for Boyndie. Continue through the village and you will see the gated entrance driveway for St Brandon House on the right hand side following the converted church. Banff 3.5 miles Portsoy 5 miles Elgin 32 miles Aberdeen 48 miles Aberdeen International Airport 46.2 miles *Please note that all distances are approximate EPC Rating = E View detailed EPC rating for this property EPC Rating Graph

5 bed House with land

3.62 acres, Dunroamin, Alvah, Banff, Aberdeenshire, AB45, Highlands and Islands

listed on 2019-10-11  UKLandandFarms.co.uk   

3.62 acres, Dunroamin, Alvah, Banff, Aberdeenshire, AB45, Highlands and Islands For Sale - Fixed Price £389,995 3 reception rooms. 5 bedrooms (4 en suite) Spacious and flexible accommodation Generous grounds Equestrian or smallholding potential Peaceful location Dunroamin is an impressive modern house and is constructed of rendered block under a pitched tile roof and provides spacious and very flexible accommodation over a single storey. The front door opens into a vestibule and on to a hallway which runs the length of the house. At the opposite end of the hallway is an open plan kitchen/family/dining room which has a striking double height ceiling with exposed beams. With triple aspect facing windows, it is a wonderfully light room and also has French doors out to a decked seating area. The kitchen has modern wall and floor units and Belling stove which includes an eight ringed gas hob. There is also a multi-fuel stove with a back burner to supplement the geothermal under floor heating. From the family room access is gained to the sun room which is also a delightfully bright room, which looks out over the paddock and has French doors to the decking. Back in the hallway, access is gained to the remainder of the accommodation which includes a snug, utility room, study/5th bedroom, family bathroom with a roll top bath and four generously sized double bedrooms, all with en suite shower rooms and one of which has French doors out to the decking. In the study/5th bedroom there is a hatch to the attic in which there is a fully floored room and a partially floored room which provides excellent storage space. All of the rooms are well proportioned and the accommodation is laid out in such a way that it allows for a great deal of flexibility. EPC Rating = C

5 bed House

Alvah, Banff, Aberdeenshire, AB45 3DA

listed on 2020-04-17  CKD Galbraith   

Dunroamin is an impressive modern house and is constructed of rendered block under a pitched tile roof and provides spacious and very flexible accommodation over a single storey. The front door opens into a vestibule and on to a hallway which runs the length of the house. At the opposite end of the hallway is an open plan kitchen/family/dining room which has a striking double height ceiling with exposed beams. With triple aspect facing windows, it is a wonderfully light room and also has French doors out to a decked seating area. The kitchen has modern wall and floor units and Belling stove which includes an eight ringed gas hob. There is also a multi-fuel stove with a back burner to supplement the geothermal under floor heating. From the family room access is gained to the sun room which is also a delightfully bright room, which looks out over the paddock and has French doors to the decking. Back in the hallway, access is gained to the remainder of the accommodation which includes a snug, utility room, study/5th bedroom, family bathroom with a roll top bath and four generously sized double bedrooms, all with en suite shower rooms and one of which has French doors out to the decking. In the study/5th bedroom there is a hatch to the attic in which there is a fully floored room and a partially floored room which provides excellent storage space. All of the rooms are well proportioned and the accommodation is laid out in such a way that it allows for a great deal of flexibility.

5 bed detached House

Kingswell, Banff, AB45

listed on 2021-03-05  McEwan Fraser Legal   

Kingswell is a five-bedroom, four-bathroom detached traditional stone and slate farmhouse situated in a private rural location set well back from the A95 Banff to Huntly road. The current owners during their tenure have carried out a meticulous bare brick roof off renovation. There has been no expense spared with the use of skilled local professional trades personnel quality materials, fixtures and fittings being evident throughout this stunning property. Further benefiting from immaculate neutral décor double glazed windows and a dual heating system comprising of either oil fired, wood/multifuel or both as required. This truly is an exceptional property and must be view to fully appreciate the quality the location and size, you will not be disappointed. The versatile living accommodation consists of a front porch which in turn leads to the hallway and all accommodation, there are two lounge rooms in the old farmhouse with one of them currently being used as a craft room, one has a multi-fuel stove and the other has a boiler stove linked in to the central heating/hot water system, at the heart of the property is an open plan kitchen, dining and family area, the immaculate kitchen is partially integrated with multiple wall and base mounted units, access to the conservatory is from the kitchen, family shower room and utility room complete this part of the property. A carpeted staircase with a wooden balustrade leads to the upper floor, where you have a centrally located family bathroom, and three double bedrooms, all with fantastic views, bedroom five has potential for further development with a large walk-in wardrobe/dressing room has the potential as an office or possible en-suite. The lower part of the property has been cleverly designed to be utilized for a number of purposes and offers huge potential for extended family living, self-catering holiday let or B and B accommodation. This part of the accommodation consists of a vestibule to the hallway, large lounge, small utility/kitchen area, and two immaculate double bedrooms both of which have en-suite shower rooms. A gated, extensive stone chipped, tree-lined driveway leads to the property where there is parking for numerous types of vehicles. The substantial gardens and paddock area extends to approximately 1.5 acres are surrounded by a boundary fence and are subdivided into different areas, laid mostly to grass. The garden areas contain a variety of plants, shrubs and young trees, with mature trees on the borders providing further privacy. Several external sitting areas throughout the garden are perfect for enjoying the sun while alfresco dining, most of the large garden area is secure for pets and children. There are two large recently constructed outbuildings, one being utilized as a double garage the other as a workshop, both have power and light and will be included in the sale price. Extras (Included in the sale): Included in the sale unless stated, are all fitted floor coverings, blinds, curtains, and light fittings. Services: Mains electricity, mains water supply, oil fired central heating and drainage to a septic tank and soak away.

4 bed detached House

Wakefield 15 Seafield Terrace

listed on 2020-07-25  ASPC   

Description We have pleasure in offering for sale this impressive, stone built, detached dwellinghouse which is set within approximately an acre of idyllic walled garden grounds in the charming coastal town of Portsoy, on the picturesque Moray Coast. Offering an exceptional level of accommodation and generous storage facilities spanning three floors, this enviable family home is presented in immaculate order throughout. Traditional characteristics are in abundance, including high ceilings with deep moulded coving; a bay window in the lounge; original timber panelled interior doors with individual locks; and an impressive staircase with ornate metal balustrade and solid handrail, ascending from the reception hall to the attic floor. The current owners have completely refurbished the property to a high standard and benefits include a dual control central heating system supported by PV solar panels, with individual thermostats on the traditional column radiators in the ground floor rooms; uPVC double glazed windows which flood the rooms with natural light and create a light and airy ambience throughout; solid timber external doors with multi locking systems; a spacious integral double car garage; mains wired smoke detectors; and an intruder alarm system. Other features particularly worthy of note include the creation of a fabulous open-plan kitchen/diner, undoubtedly the “hub” of the home, boasting a quality “Bauformat” German designer kitchen with customised polished granite worktops by “The Elgin Marble Company”, and a “Rangemaster” multi-fuel cooker; and the addition of a convenient utility room, and smart cloakroom/toilet fitted with contemporary Villeroy & Boch sanitary ware, on the ground floor. The modernised family bathroom and en-suite shower rooms display wet-wall panelling and modern sanitary ware in a white finish; and three of the four bedrooms benefit from generous wardrobe facilities. In addition, there are two versatile attic rooms on the top floor which offer ideal space for a home office, gym, or games room. The beautifully landscaped, walled garden grounds are simply stunning. Neatly manicured, rolling lawns are surrounded by deep borders stocked with an abundance of mature flowering shrubs which offer a display of year-round colour, and magnificent trees provide a high degree of privacy. A secluded courtyard enjoys a particularly sunny aspect to the rear, and there is convenient off-street parking for several cars on a tarmac driveway, which extends round to the front of the property. Included in sale are all floor coverings, window dressings and quality appliances in the kitchen. Certain other items of furniture may be available by separate negotiation. This is a unique opportunity to acquire a substantial family home in a private setting, yet close to all local amenities, and interior viewing is essential to fully appreciate the prime opportunity which this high calibre home has to offer. Location  Portsoy is located between Banff and Cullen on the Moray Coast, lying some 65 miles from Inverness, 27 miles from Elgin, and approximately 50 miles from Aberdeen. Local amenities in the town include a primary school with pre-school nursery, hotels and guest houses, a pharmacy, Co-op, and a number of independent retailers serving everyday needs. Renowned for its picturesque harbour, the town hosts a popular 2-day boat festival annually which draws visitors from around the world, whilst another local attraction is the award winning Portsoy ice-cream shop, which is very highly acclaimed! Read more

5 bed detached House

Tigh-Na-Bruaich, Wester Culbeuchly

listed on 2020-07-25  ASPC   

Description Tigh-na-Bruaich, Wester Culbeuchly, Banff, is a striking and impressive double storey villa, built in a splendid setting with commanding views of both land and sea. Tigh-na-Bruaich is a traditional built dwellinghouse completed during the early 1980’s. The property features a spacious entrance hallway with a wide staircase leading up to the upper floor. There are two front facing public rooms and a large open plan dining kitchen. There is a downstairs shower room and utility room. The master bedroom is a generous sized double bedroom and has the best view of the house over Ladysbridge Village and to the sea. There are a further four bedrooms on the upper floor as well as a beautifully presented bathroom. Outside there are extensive garden areas, which are all very well maintained and set out mainly in lawn and established borders. At the rear of the property is a summerhouse, decking and clothes drying lines.There is a large garage to the side of the property and a timber constructed garage at rear of the house. There is a swooping double entrance gravel driveway, providing extensive turning and parking space. In addition there is a detached stone built building providing an extremely useful workshop and dry storage space. The property is fully double glazed with UPVC windows and doors. Oil central heating. Location  The property enjoys the best of both worlds in that it is situated in a quiet rural setting, approximately 2 miles off the main A(90) and a 5 minute drive back into Banff. Read more

6 bed House

Old Castlegate, Banff, AB45 1DE

listed on 2021-01-14  CKD Galbraith   

St Ninians is an impressive townhouse located in a wonderful position on Old Castlegate and at the centre of Banff. Siting back from the public road and screened by a tall stone wall, the house occupies an elevated position and enjoys wonderful north and easterly views over the town and Bay. Likely to date from the mid 1800’s, St Ninians is grade B listed and is built from rendered stone under a slate roof and provides spacious accommodation over four storeys. From the enclosed garden to the front, the house is accessed via a vestibule into a hall with attractive stone columns and a staircase leading to the upper floors. The ground floor includes a kitchen with a 4 oven Aga, An adjoining living room / dining area, utility room, WC, store room and a study which could be used as an additional bedroom if required. On the first floor, a well-lit landing leads to the principal reception rooms including a dining room and drawing room, both of which have tall corniced ceilings and open fire places. A Butler’s pantry adjoins the dining room whilst in addition there is a snug and a conservatory. On the second floor, there are three bedrooms, a dressing room (which could be used as an additional single bedroom if required), a shower room, bathroom and a walk in store room / airing cupboard. On the third floor, there are three attic rooms, two of which could be used as single bedrooms whilst the larger of which could be a large double bedroom or potentially used as a games room or an additional living room. The rooms from the upper floors are particularly impressive. St Ninians is evidently part the way through a renovation project and upon completion it will be an imposing and very desirable townhouse. The house has many of the features one would hope to find in a property of this age and character including tall corniced ceilings, open fires and an impressive staircase with a carved handrails and ornate balusters. The property is heated using gas central heating and has single glazed sash and case windows. GARDEN To the front is a small enclosed garden with off street parking for a single vehicle whilst to the rear is a larger garden with a patio, lawn and well stocked borders.

4 bed detached House

19 Doocot Park

listed on 2020-10-16  ASPC   

Description Detached home with Annexe, Garage, Parking & Garden Lounge, Dining Kitchen & Utility, 3 Bedrooms (1 En-Suite), Bathroom & WC D.G. & Gas C.H. Garage, Parking, Garden & Annexe comprising:- Lounge, Kitchen, Bedroom & Bathroom This detached family home is situated in a popular residential area within the coastal town of Banff. The property offers spacious accommodation which is spread over three floors. The main accommodation comprises a Lounge, Dining Kitchen, 3 Bedrooms (1 En-Suite), Bathroom, WC, Utility and Box Room. The Annexe accommodation comprises a Lounge, Kitchen, Bedroom and Bathroom. The property benefits from double glazing and gas central heating. An added bonus is the Garage, Off-Street Parking and Garden. Viewing is recommended to appreciate the accommodation on offer. Read more

4 bed detached House

Fordyce, Banff, AB45 2XA, AB45, 2XA

Property Features A substantially sized 4 Bedroom Detached Famrhouse Modern floor coverings, Kitchen & Shower Rooms Views to rear across neighbouring farmland DG & Oil Central Heating Spacious surrounding Gardens Share Print Options Brief Printer friendly version (saves your ink!) 1. Summary Brief description including features and the main photo for the property 2. Full Details Full description including room sizes for the property. 3. Photos Print all the photos of the property (up to 30) 4. Map Print Location Map Next

4 bed Bungalow

18 Colleonard Road

listed on 2021-02-28  ASPC   

Description Set on a double plot and providing exceptionally spacious accommodation all on one level, this four bedroom detached bungalow is ideal for both families and those looking to downsize. Located within a most sought after residential area and conveniently placed for Banff Academy, the property has an open view to the front over the playing fields. The property has been well maintained and is in walk in condition. Read more

4 bed Bungalow

9 Craigneen Place

listed on 2020-07-25  ASPC   

Description We are delighted to offer for sale this superior 4/5 bedroom detached bungalow occupying a large corner site ideally situated in a quiet residential cul-de-sac, providing a very private and peaceful setting. The property has recently been redecorated and now includes a new Esse Gas Stove in the living room and benefits from a Worcester Bosch Combi Boiler Outside, all guttering and lighting have been renewed, and all soffeting and windows have just been recently re-painted. It has ample off-street parking with detached single garage to the side of the property. This spacious and extremely well presented property is in an excellent state of decoration and is tastefully finished to a high standard. Quality hardwood finishings can be found throughout. There is an entry alarm system with sensors in all main living areas. All carpets, curtains, blinds and light fittings are included in the sale. Ample power points throughout. Viewing is highly recommended to fully appreciate the spacious and well-finished accommodation this lovely family home has to offer. Whitehills is a small fishing village on the Moray Firth coast approximately 2 miles west of Banff. It has an excellent primary school with secondary education provided for at Banff Academy. There are some local shops and good shopping facilities in neighbouring Banff along with a variety of leisure activities. Aberdeen is approximately 50 miles distant. ACCOMMODATION VESTIBULE  HALLWAY  ATTIC  DINING KITCHEN UTILITY ROOM DINING ROOM / BEDROOM 5  LOUNGE  SUN ROOM  BEDROOM 1  BEDROOM 2 BEDROOM 3  BEDROOM 4 / MASTER BEDREOOM  EN-SUITE  BATHROOM  SERVICES  All mains services: gas, electricity, water and drainage. Read more

3 bed detached House

Mink Howe, Crovie

listed on 2020-10-10  ASPC   

Description This Detached House set in a picturesque setting near the village of Crovie with an enviable vista of the sea and countryside, making this the ideal retreat for those looking for a home in a truly unique setting. Offering a flexible layout, ideal for a growing family be sure and arrange your viewing today! Read more

3 bed detached House

Parks Of Whitefield

listed on 2020-08-15  ASPC   

Description We are excited to offer for sale this traditional one and a half storey detached farmhouse  which was extended in 2012. The farmhouse is set within it’s own grounds and has a wide selection of Agricultural Buildings to the side and rear. There is approximately 4 acres or thereby of land which offers a superb opportunity to enjoy the surrounding Aberdeenshire countryside in peace and tranquillity. The property has a private water supply and private drainage. (Other Information) TRADITIONAL FARMHOUSE WITH MODERN EXTENSION PRIVATE WATER SUPPLY PRIVATE DRAINAGE WIDE SELECTION OF FARM OUTBUILDINGS LAND EXTENDING TO 4 ACRES OR THEREBY ALL CURTAINS AND FLOOR COVERINGS ARE INCLUDED OIL CENTRAL HEATING DOUBLE GLAZING WONDERFUL LOCATION WITH EASY ACCESS TO NEIGHBOURING TOWNS OF TURRIFF AND BANFF Read more

4 bed detached House

2 Hill Street

listed on 2020-07-25  ASPC   

Description This Detached family home is situated within close proximity to the Town centre of Portsoy. The property boasts a Dining Kitchen with Family Area, Lounge, Dining Room, 4 Bedrooms (2 with En-Suite Shower Rooms), Utility Room/Office, WC and benefits from double glazing and gas central heating. An added bonus is the detached Garage, Off-Street Parking and Patio Area to the Rear. The hot water is heated by solar power. Read more

4 bed detached House

Linkbraeheads, Sandend, Banff, AB45

listed on 2019-11-12  McEwan Fraser Legal   

Linkbraeheads is a truly immaculate detached dwelling situated in an elevated location above the picturesque seaside village of Sandend. This fantastic property with its great layout and high standard of décor offers spacious modern day living on two levels. The present owners have maintained, modernised and when required upgraded to an exceptional standard. Presented to the market with generous room sizes, double glazing, oil fired central heating and recently fitted multi fuel fire. Currently being utilised as a very successful B&B the property would suit the professional or retired couple or a fantastic family home. Early viewing is highly recommended. The property consists of an entrance to the stunning large conservatory that leads to the entrance hall, the master en-suite is to the left currently used by the owners with a further en-suite, the lounge features a wood-burning stove. The large dining/kitchen features a variety of worktop and storage space, from here you can gain access to both the utility room and office. The first floor has two double bedrooms with bay windows and large bathroom. In addition, there are ample storage cupboards throughout the property. A decorative stone chip driveway just off the A98 Leads to the front of this impressive property, with manicured lawn gardens to the front with borders that are awash with colour throughout the year with seasonal flowers shrubs and plants. There is allocated parking to the side of the property for guests with owner parking immediately in front leading to the large garage/workshop to the rear of the property. The garage features both power and light. The gardens have a perimeter fence or wall creating a part safe environment for pets and children alike. It should be noted that the views from the front garden are fantastic. Extras (included in sale): All fitted floor coverings, blinds, curtains, and light fittings will be included in the sale. All other soft furnishings and electrical items are by separate negotiation.

10 bed House

Trinity Manse Guest House, 21 Castle Street, Banff, AB45

listed on 2019-10-06  McEwan Fraser Legal   

Trinity Manse is situated in the historic picturesque seaside town of Banff on the Moray Coast. This stunning grade B listed property currently operating as a very successful guest house has retained a wealth of original features including original fireplaces, ceiling cornice, pitch pine panel doors, and high skirting boards. The present owner has maintained this property to an exceptional standard the property further benefits from full secondary glazing, gas central heating and immaculate fresh neutral decor. To fully appreciate all that is on offer you must view this spectacular property. Access through the attractive vestibule which in turn leads to the welcoming traditional reception hall. There are two principal rooms on the ground floor; the spacious formal lounge with its bay window is located on the south side of the property with the formal guest dining room on the north side with original fireplace and large bay window. Utility room with hand wash basin and toilet, the integrated bright and modern working kitchen includes floor and wall mounted units, with breakfasting bar, leads to the owners dining room large office and playroom, with access to the rear garden. A spacious bedroom with en-suite shower room and patio doors to its own private patio complete the ground floor. A carpeted staircase with wooden balustrade leads to the first-floor landing where you will find a further six bedrooms four of which are en-suite with the other two having their own exclusive bathroom adjacent to their bedroom; all rooms are spacious with immaculate decor furnishings and fittings. The second floor which is a spacious attic conversion consists of the owners accommodation with a lounge spacious master bedroom with en-suite shower room and a further double bedroom. To the front of the property is a gated walled garden area, laid mainly to lawn with two mature trees which are awash with colour, with a pathway which leads to the front door. A gate to the side of the property allows access to the substantial private walled rear garden, which is mostly laid to lawn, with borders containing mature shrubs, plants and various seasonal plants. A stone patio area offers a fantastic spot for entertaining and enjoying the sun. The two garden sheds will remain. Off-street private parking for numerous vehicles is available at the rear of the property. Extras (Included in the sale): All fitted floor coverings, blinds, curtains and light fittings. All other soft furnishings and electrical items that are required for the business are by separate negotiation.

7 bed mid-terrace House

Bryvard, Seafield Street

listed on 2020-07-25  ASPC   

Description We are delighted to offer for sale this elegant Edwardian 7 bedroom town house situated in a prime residential area close to the town centre and within walking distance of most local amenities. Bryvard is a desirable dwellinghouse of considerable character and has retained many quality period features including the original fireplaces, ceiling cornicing, picture and dado rails, high skirtings and quality panelled doors throughout. It would make an ideal large family home but has the potential to be used as a bed & breakfast property. Gas central heating. Ample power points throughout. All carpets, curtains and light fittings are included in the sale. Banff is situated on the Moray Firth coast at the mouth of the River Deveron and is renowned for its historic and tourist interest. Lying approximately 46 miles from Aberdeen, Banff has a good range of shops, schools and other local services. Recreational facilities such as golf, fishing, bowling, swimming, sailing and other water sports are all within easy reach. ACCOMMODATION Ground Floor Vestibule Main Hallway  Sitting Room  Dining Room  Lounge/Office Parlour  Rear Hallway  Family Room/Lounge  Kitchen  Utility Room Mezzanine Floor Bedroom 5 First Floor Bedroom 1  En-suite  Bedroom 2  En-suite  Bedroom 3  Bedroom 4  Bathroom Second Floor Bedroom 6  Bedroom 7 Bathroom  Read more

4 bed detached House

Gamrie‚ Banff‚ AB45

listed on 2020-12-11  Yopa   

Located in a rural and peaceful setting is this spacious FOUR BEDROOM, one and a half story detached family home offering panoramic views over the surrounding countryside. New buyers also benefit from a double garage and space for three cars to park on the property. The Bungalow is presented in a lovely condition boasting generous room sizes, ample storage space, sockets and TV points. It also benefits from double glazing, oil central heating and solar panels. The accommodation comprises of a welcoming entrance hallway leading to the large open plan kitchen/dining area. Suitable for large family gatherings. A spacious utility room, bathroom and shower room. The ground floor bedrooms can be found to the right of the entrance hallway next to the lounge which offers stunning views overlooking the countryside. Upstairs you can find the fourth bedroom which gives any new owner options as it can also be a games room. Across the hallway is the attic room which again can be converted to the new owners needs.  EPC band: D

4 bed House

Marine Villa, 36-38 Cullen Street, Portsoy, AB45

listed on 2020-10-15  McEwan Fraser Legal   

Marine Villa 36 & 38 Cullen Street Portsoy is a listed property of local historical interest, with parts of it dating as far back as the late 17th century, and is situated in a quiet popular residential area of the historic picturesque seaside town of Portsoy. The property offers spacious versatile family living accommodation throughout and is spread over three floors of which the current owners have maintained and upgraded to a fantastic level, retaining some original features where possible with multiple handcrafted fixtures and fittings to complement the property, further benefiting sash and case double glazing, gas central heating with immaculate decor throughout. The property would suit the young family with room to grow or the extended family. Viewing is an absolute must to fully appreciate the size and the standard of the accommodation that is on offer. The accommodation comprises of a welcoming traditional reception hall, with the main principal rooms on the ground floor level providing flexible accommodation. The spacious formal lounge with a multi-fuel stove, sitting room in the oldest part of the house could be utilized as a fifth bedroom; this has a gas fire. The spacious kitchen is handcrafted and has a multitude of impressive fixtures and fittings with ample storage and work surfaces and adjacent pantry, access to the rear garden and external utility room is from the kitchen. The formal dining room which can comfortably seat ten around a large dining table and completes the ground floor accommodation. A carpeted staircase with wooden balustrade leads to all upper floors on the half landing you have the family shower room; on the first floor, there is a centrally located box room with a seating area that extends out over the front of the property and would be an ideal small office space. There are two spacious double bedrooms on this floor one of which has fitted wardrobes, on the upper floor there are a further two bedrooms both have large Velux windows and are filled with natural sunlight. In addition, there is ample storage available on all three floors. The front of the property is set back from the road with a recently constructed gated boundary wall, the extensive rear garden is accessed from the kitchen or the large double garage and workshop at the rear of the property both of these have power and light with the double garage with electric roller door. The extensive rear garden is bordered by a large boundary wall which is part of the listed property. The extensive rear garden has multiple intertwining paths that lead to several seating areas, the gardens are awash with colour throughout the year with an abundance of mature trees, shrubs, plants and seasonal flowers, and a small orchard is very productive as is the vegetable patch. The garden is also a safe and secure environment for those who have children or pets. The summer house has power and light and is perfect for entertaining, alfresco dining and enjoying the sun. Two large garden sheds that are both wind and watertight will remain. All fitted floor coverings, curtains, blinds and light fitments are included in the sale. Other electrical and soft furnishings are by separate negotiation.

3 bed semi-detached House

Millheugh House, 38 Church Street

listed on 2020-12-12  ASPC   

Description We are delighted to be offering for sale this traditional four public/three bedroomed semi detached dwelling, the former Mill House, which retains many fine original features including beautiful panelled doors, natural high skirtings, ceiling cornice, picture and dado rails as well as working shutters on some windows. The spacious accommodation, on three floors, includes the entrance vestibule and hallway with original wooden flooring which is carried through to the formal dining room with feature fireplace and real fire. There is a study/playroom and fully fitted dining kitchen, with a Rangemaster cooking system, which easily provides space for a table and chairs. There is also a shower room and utility room with stable doors to the rear garden. The curving, carpeted staircase leads to the first floor with an extremely spacious lounge, a large double bedroom and upgraded family bathroom with Jacuzzi style bath and shower over. The second floor, with box room/study, also includes two large double bedrooms with eaves access. Viewing recommended to appreciate this rare opportunity. Location Located on the Moray Firth with a sheltered picturesque harbour, the town is located between Banff and Cullen and includes fascinating winding streets, a village green, bakers, co-op and the famous Portsoy Ice Cream shop. Portsoy also hosts the annual Boat Festival in early July each year. Read more

4 bed detached House

The Linn, Howe Of Gellymill

listed on 2020-07-25  ASPC   

Description Detached dwelling house with Parking & Garden Lounge, Dining Kitchen & Sitting/Dining Room. 4 Bedrooms, Sun Room & Shower Room. WC, D.G. & Oil C.H. Parking & Garden Ground. Close proximity to Banff & Macduff. This detached two storey dwelling house is situated on the outskirts of the town of Banff. The property itself has been upgraded by the current proprietors over the years. The property enjoys the benefits of double glazing and has oil central heating throughout. There is garden ground to front and rear laid out with easy maintenance in mind whilst to the side of the property there is an area laid in decking adjacent to an adjoining burn. The accommodation which is on 2 floors comprises:- entrance porch, hallway, sitting room/dining room, sun room, lounge, dining kitchen, utility area, rear porch, toilet on the ground floor with 4 bedrooms and bathroom on the upper floor.  The property is fully double- glazed and enjoys the benefits of oil central heating and a solid fuel Stove in the Lounge. All fitted carpets, floor coverings, light fittings and blinds. Mains water, electricity and telephone installed. Drainage via a septic tank. Location  The property lies within 0.5 miles of the town of Banff. Banff is a historic Country Town situated at the Estuary of the River Deveron on the Moray Firth Coast. The town provides a range of Shopping and Leisure facilities including 18 hole Golf Course, Sports Centre and Swimming Pool. The City of Aberdeen with main railway station and airport is approximately 46 miles. Read more

3 bed detached House

Airylea High Green, Banff, AB45

listed on 2021-03-02  McEwan Fraser Legal   

Airylea is a spacious detached traditional stone and slate-built property that has been in the same family for 90 plus years, the current owners during their tenure have maintained this property meticulously regardless of cost. Situated undoubtedly in one of the best-located spots in Gardenstown, if not the Moray Firth, with uninterrupted views across the bay. A short walk or evening stroll will take you to the harbour, local shop, restaurant and pub plus other amenities you would expect to find in a vibrant seaside village including pre and primary schooling. This substantial dwelling offers spacious living accommodation over two floors benefiting from full double glazing, oil fired central heating and fresh neutral decor. Early viewing is a must to fully appreciate the high standard, location and views that this property offers you will not be disappointed. The property consists of a hallway, spacious lounge with a large bay window and fantastic views across the Moray Firth, second reception room with wood burning stove, dining kitchen with multiple wall and base mounted units and dining area with access to the rear of the property. A three-piece family shower room, and a double bedroom complete the ground floor. A carpeted stairway leads to the first-floor landing where you will find a centrally located bathroom and two large double bedrooms both of which have views. There are ample storage cupboards throughout the property. A private road leads to the front of the property and to the attached garage where there is parking for multiple vehicles on the tarred driveway. The gardens that surround the property are laid mostly to lawn with sporadic planting of shrubs and seasonal flowers, a decorative patio area is fantastic for entertaining, some al-fresco dining and enjoying the fantastic views and sunsets. A wooden garden shed to the rear of the property completes this garden. Extras (Included in the sale): All floor coverings, blinds, curtains, and light fittings wood-burning.

3 bed Bungalow

The Pirnmill

listed on 2020-07-25  ASPC   

Description Enjoying a prime countryside location yet within easy driving distance of Banff and Turriff, this generously proportioned detached bungalow is set within beautiful gardens. Being part of a small development of properties, you have the best of both worlds with a country setting yet with neighbours close by. The Pirnmill has been thoughtfully located to make the most of the impressive setting and giving the public areas of the house views from every window. Entered via a glazed exterior door with co-ordinating side screens, the vestibule leads to the welcoming hallway which also has a clear glazed panelled door allowing views toward the countryside from the hallway. The hallway has a large built-in storage cupboard which also provides hatch access to the loft via a Ramsay style ladder.With floor to ceiling windows allowing impressive panoramic views over the countryside, the spacious lounge is an ideal space for families.Built-in display shelving areas and a centrally set gas fire create a focal point within the room. Fitted with a range of base and wall units incorporating extensive work surfaces, the generously proportioned dining kitchen is perfect for entertaining. Two large windows overlook the garden toward the countryside making this an exceptionally light and airy room.Bosch double oven and hob, Xpelair extractor.Space for fridge freezer and washing machine. A door leads to the rear hall which has a large built-in cupboard and a glazed upvc door leading to the side of the property. All three double bedrooms are well proportioned and benefit from excellent built-in storage. The wet room is beautifully finished with wet wall panelling and tiled floor with partial under floor heating. A quality vanity storage unit has excellent cupboard space with the wash hand basin and wc inset. An opaque window fills this room with natural light. Read more

3 bed Bungalow

Teviotdale, 7 Edward Avenue

listed on 2021-02-20  ASPC   

Description Detached Bungalow with Garage & Gardens Lounge/Dining Area, Dining Kitchen & Utility Dining Room/4 th Bedroom 3 Bedrooms & Bathroom D.G. & Gas C.H. Garage & Off-Street Parking Front & Rear Gardens This detached bungalow is situated in a residential area within the coastal Town of Banff. The accommodation comprises a Lounge/Dining Area, Dining Kitchen, 3 Bedrooms, Bathroom, Utility and benefits from double glazing and gas central heating. An added bonus is the Garage and Garden. Read more

6 bed House

15-16 The Square, Portsoy, AB45

listed on 2019-10-06  McEwan Fraser Legal   

Substantial traditional built building set over three floors, previously part of the building was the local newsagent which successfully traded for a number of years. Currently, the property provides generous accommodation and previously run as a bed and breakfast with owners accommodation. The layout offers great flexibility, the property also benefits from an outbuilding which has the potential to convert to a self-contained garden lodge or workshop. In the past, this outbuilding had its own address and with the relevant planning and design would make a lovely addition to the properties accommodation. The property briefly consists of the following accommodation: GROUND FLOOR: Entrance vestibule, inner hall, formal dining room, double bedroom with en-suite shower room, ideal for family visitors, the main kitchen with dining/sitting room, utility room with access to the rear garden. FIRST FLOOR: Upper hallway, large lounge, two double bedrooms, shower room. SECOND FLOOR: Upper landing, large double bedroom with en-suite shower room, large twin room and one further double bedroom, large bathroom with a shower over the bath and separate laundry room which completes the accommodation. The property benefits from excellent storage on all floors. An excellent opportunity to own a large family home in a very popular east coast village which is well known for its welcoming community. Viewings are by appointment only. Items of contents are available by separate negotiation and can be confirmed on viewing. All fixed floor coverings and blinds where applicable are included in the sale. The property benefits from gas central heating and double glazing.

3 bed Bungalow

38 Knock Street

listed on 2020-07-25  ASPC   

Description We are pleased to offer for sale this spacious Detached Bungalow located in the charming village of Whitehills. The property comprises an airy Living Room with a large picture window to front, Kitchen, 3 good sized Bedrooms, Shower Room, bright Sunroom and a Utility Room. The property benefits from large front and rear gardens with 2 driveways and an integrated Single Garage. Location: Whitehills is a charming fishing village located 2 miles west of the town of Banff. The Royal and Ancient Burgh of Banff is a delightful seaside town which boasts long sandy beaches and maintains it is one of the sunniest and driest towns in Scotland. Banff is within 1 ½ hours drive to the cities of Aberdeen and Inverness which has plane, rail and road links to the south. Local amenities include a variety of shops, Health Centre, Hospital, primary and secondary education as well as a variety of recreational facilities which includes the Duff House Royal Golf Club. Read more