For those looking for a little piece of history in their home this newly marketed property in the north-east could well be just the property they’ve been searching for.
Located close to Aberlour in the very heart of Speyside, whisky connoisseurs in particular will no doubt already be aware of the name, but this property also comes with some secrets which will bring you even closer to the famous distillery which has been sited here since the late 1800s.
The bungalow enjoys magnificent views of ‘Ben Rinnes’ and across the Spey Valley, but it’s not until you enter the main property that you will realise the full extent of space and luxury.
With five bedrooms to offer a large or growing family, the sense of space throughout is instantly apparent, with the white country style kitchen undoubtedly the heart of the home.
With exquisite granite worktops flowing throughout, including the splendid island, Italian marble floor tiles and high quality base and wall units, the kitchen is simply stunning.
A beautiful home, with all of the features you would expect for modern living there is also a sense of grandeur, not least with the spectacular fireplace in what is, by any measure, a large and impressive lounge.
The decorative stained glass window, ceiling arches and Georgian doors only add the feeling of opulence, and sun lounge provides a wonderful outside space, but on the inside, perfect for wintry evenings and warm sunny days.
The bedrooms are generous, with the master host to an ensuite Jack and Jill shower room, two separate wardrobes and its own dressing room. The other bedrooms are served by a superb, well-appointed family bathroom as well plenty of storage space.
Step outside and you’re met with the extensive landscaped gardens, much of it laid to lawn, but with enough scope for the most green fingered to shape as they see fit. A long drive takes you to a double garage and there is substantial parking for visitors.
Whilst exploring outside you can’t but help notice the Annexe, and this is where whisky lovers might just fall in love. The building is made from the first ever used washback at the ‘Glenallachie’ Distillery, ensuring that heritage and history is very much at the centre of this property. A studio downstairs will provide the ideal space for those with a hobby or requirement for home working, with upstairs incorporating a snug and a Velux Cabri Balcony, allowing for spectacular views of the local area.
Only a few minutes’ drive from the village of Aberlour, you will have access to a range of independent shops, cafes and restaurants, as well as a Post Office, pharmacy, supermarket and hairdressers. Not too far away is the larger town of Inverurie, which itself is only a half hour drive from Aberdeen.
At offers over £423,000, this truly is a unique opportunity to own your own piece of Scotland’s heritage and history.
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