Morven is a traditional single storey cottage with solid stone walls and a natural slate roof. An established enclosed rear garden, two single garages and an enclosed plot of ground with access off Tailor Lane.
Internally the accommodation comprising entrance hall, lounge, dining room with conservatory off, 3 bedrooms, bathroom with wc, kitchen, shower room with wc, utility room, and further bedroom study.
Double glazed and oil fired central heating throughout. A Rayburn Royal oil fired stove in the kitchen.
Available for immediate entry. Could benefit from modernisation of the décor for some tastes.
Hallway: 9.2 m 1.1 m (30’ x 3’.7”) Facing Main Street, the hallway is naturally lit by the glazed front door, side lite and twin front windows. Gives access to the lounge, family bathroom, dining room and two of the bedrooms.
Lounge: 4.1 m x4.2 m (13’4” x 13’ 7”) A well proportioned front facing room with two in wall alcoves. One with a cupboard and shelf and the other set up to form a display cabinet. An electric fire in the original fireplace. A doorway leads to the ….
Kitchen: 4.6 m x 3.2 m (14’ 11” x 10’ 6”) Natural light comes from the window and the glazed door leading out to the rear garden. Has been fitted out with a range of wall and floor units, a peninsula has been formed with a double cupboard with glazed doors over. Set up as a breakfast bar for informal dining. An integrated under counter fridge, dishwasher and Whirlpool system 600 oven with separate grill below. A whirlpool Schott Ceran cook top and a Franke 1 ½ sink with left hand drainer and mixer tap. Space and plumbing for an automatic washing machine. A Rayburn Royal stove provides passive heating and the option for cooking.
Inner back hall: 2.5 m x 2.1 m (8’ 3” x 6’1 0”) Gives access to the back bedroom, adjacent shower room with wc. A useful walk in storage cupboard which includes Worcester Danesmoor central heating boiler. An additional full height storage cupboard. Fitted carpet and access hatch to the roof void.
Shower room with wc: 1.9m x 2 m (6’ x 6’10”) Features an avacodo sink and wc. The corner shower enclosure has been fitted with wet wall and a multi jet shower unit. Storage area for towels. Fitted carpet.
Back bedroom: 2.5 m x 3 m (8’2” x 9’ 10”) Window to the side wall and full height in built storage cupboard.
Off the front hallway …
Family bathroom: 1.8 m x 2.0 m (6’ x 9’ 6”) comprising a yellow 3 piece bathroom suite. The bath still has the original moulded back splash. A towel rail incorporated onto the central heating radiator. Washable tile effect vinyl wallpaper and tile effect vinyl flooring.
Dining room: 3.4 m x 4 m (11’ x 9’ 6”) leads out to the conservatory. Fitted carpet. Could be utilised as a 4th guest bedroom.
Conservatory: 3.7 m x4 m (12’ 2” x 13’ 1”) Built against the rear of the house, Access either from the dining room or through the double doors leading out to the garden. Fitted with ceiling light and fan from the roof. Laminated wood flooring.
Bedroom 2: 3.7 m 1.9 m (12’ 1” x 6’ 3”) Natural light in from the back window which is inside the conservatory. Wall fitted reading light, Fitted Carpet.
Bedroom 1: 3.8 m x 4 m (12’ 7” x 13 6’) Front facing and by size, the main bedroom. Has an open fire with a composite tile and timber surround and mantle. Free standing fitted wardrobes, incorporating mirrored doors, with overhead cupboards, shelves and bedside units. Reading lights overhead. The matching dressing table is included in the sale. Fitted carpet.
Grounds: Morven sits on the corner of Main Street and Tailor Lane. The grounds extend down to Lecht Drive. The garden area mainly laid out in lawn and two large vegetable patches. A block built garden shed adjoining the house with a door leading from the garden with a separate door leading on to Tailor Lane, a side window overlooks the garden. Has power, light and a cold water tap.
A green house and two separate sheds and two log stores. A car wash area with a drain to the side of the garden. Two separate garages one with an up and over door whilst the larger garage has an electronic remotely operated door. A side window overlooks the grass plot.
The grass plot is approximately 23 m x 18 m (76’ x 57’) Screened on two sides with Leylandii hedging. A garden gate from the back garden and a fill sized gate giving sufficient access for a motor vehicle.
With suitable planning approval, could have a multitude of uses.
Area Overview: Tomintoul is a situated to northern side of the Cairngorm Mountains and this peaceful village is ideally placed to explore the nearby Glenlivet estate and north east Cairngorms. Biking trails, horse riding, fishing beats winter sports and the famous Whisky trail. At 350 metres (1,160 feet) above sea level it is amongst the highest villages in Scotland and is approximately 5 miles from the Lecht Ski slopes. For further information we suggest you put in Tomintoul in to your preferred search engine – there a number of excellent websites which provide additional information.
Included in the asking price will be all fitted appliances, carpets, floor coverings, wardrobes, light fitments and blinds.
Whilst believed to be correct, these particulars do not and cannot form part of any contract. The measurements have been taken using a sonic tape measure and therefore are for guidance only. The mention of appliances, white goods, services etc. does not imply that they are efficient and in full working order.
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Viewing which is highly recommended to see this lovely home and grounds for any assistance and further information, please contact the selling agents on: 01343 642042 or
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INTEREST: It is important your solicitor notifies this office of your interest, otherwise the property may be sold without your knowledge.
OFFERS: Should be submitted to:
Miller Stewart Independent Estate Agency Network,
Unit 1, Tyock Business Centre,
Elgin, IV30 1XN
Fax No: 01343 642043
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