Sometimes first impressions do not provide the full picture, or even close to it, and that is most definitely the case when it comes to this cottage in Aberdeenshire.
Situated in the quiet village of Newburgh this two-bedroom is Tardis-like in that what you see from the outside is most definitely not what you get on the inside.
On the face of it, the property is a typical farm cottage but once you enter you’re met with a stunning, modern home.
Internally the property has been designed and renovated to an extremely high standard, with the kitchen, dining and lounge area, which extends to the whole depth of the house, undoubtedly the focal point.
The kitchen itself would not look out of place in many executive style homes, and the open plan style, with bi-fold doors leading to the rear garden, provides a real sense of space.
Two double bedrooms make this a perfect first time buy but it would also suite those looking to down size from a city location to the countryside.
The bedrooms are generous and stylishly decorated and both come with large built-in wardrobes.
The cottage, which comes with gas central heating and double gazing, is served by a beautifully appointed shower room, with no need to consider any refurbishment.
The front and rear gardens are mainly laid to lawn with a variety of shrubs and flowers, and the drive allows for more than adequate room for parking.
Set in the heart of Aberdeenshire and surrounded by rolling fields, this home will definitely appeal to those looking for the rural life. The Forvie Nature Reserve to the north of the village, is reputed to be the largest eider duck colony in the world. Beside the beach there is also an 18-hole golf course.
Newburgh is one of many attractive villages in the region and you have a number of amenities on your doorstep including a primary school.
The village is only a short drive from the town of Ellon, home of the now world famous BrewDog.
You will find a wider range of services such as banks, supermarkets, cafes, bars and restaurants, and Newburgh also falls within the catchment area for Ellon Academy.
Newburgh is only a few minutes’ drive to the new Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route, making it an excellent location for anyone commuting to Aberdeen, Dyce or Peterhead.
This is an exquisite property, and at a fixed price of £149,995, one which will attract anyone searching quality at an affordable cost.
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