Finding your next home, or even your first, is a very personal and an extremely exciting experience which can take months of searching, and it may be that actually you might not even know what it exactly is you’re looking for.
However, for many people they just know when they walk into a property that it’s the one, and sometimes there’s nothing better than moving into a brand new home.
Everyone interested in a new build will of course have the chance to experience the show home, and developers go to great lengths to highlight the most impressive aspects of their homes, with fabulous interior design and furnishing.
But it’s not often that a show home itself is available to purchase, however this newly completed four-bed executive home in the residential area of Kingseat, near the beautiful village of Newmachar, is just that.
Situated in the stunning Aberdeenshire countryside, this detached home incorporates a single garage and all of the features and decor the developer has selected to tempt buyers.
As you would expect, the property has been treated to the highest standards throughout by Colaren Homes, with the magnificent upgraded kitchen and dining room possibly the star of the show.
Those with a growing family will find this an extremely spacious home, and with the kitchen/diner leading into a large sun lounge, this simply adds to the modern, open plan feel.
Upstairs are four large and well-appointed double bedrooms, with the master bedroom home to a high quality, contemporary shower room, and the other rooms served by a stylish, family-sized bathroom.
The interior is finished throughout with American white oak alongside solid oak doors giving the property a genuine sense of luxury, with the LED spotlighting in the vestibule, hallway WC, kitchen, first floor, ensuite and main bathroom, providing a sense of style and elegance.
A manageable front garden, laid to lawn is complemented by what is an extremely generous and tidy garden to the rear.
Newmachar is a typical Aberdeenshire village, with all of the necessary amenities you might require. It’s certainly a historic area, with the name originating from the original parish created in 1609.
For those with an interest in golf, like many areas in Aberdeenshire it is home to its own club, however, perhaps its most recent and best known claim to fame is that it was the official course of the 1999 Open Championship winner Paul Lawrie.
Only 10 miles or so north west of Aberdeen it’s the perfect commuter location, with ease of access onto the newly opened AWPR.
At a fixed price of £399,500, and all flooring, window blinds and light fittings included, this show home is ready and waiting.
Content in association with Aberdein Considine
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