2 Glenallachie Cottages is a semi-detached bungalow in the hamlet of Glenallachie, across the road from The Glenallachie Distillery.
Externally: An enclosed front garden with views towards Glen Rinnes, a large conservatory overlooking the rear garden and scenery beyond.
Internally the accommodation comprises: vestibule, entrance hall, lounge, open plan to a dining area with conservatory off, kitchen, 3 bedrooms and bathroom. Three storage cupboards off the main hallway.
Double glazed and oil fired central heating throughout. An open fire in the lounge – ideal for the cooler winter evenings.
Available for immediate entry. Could benefit from modernisation of the décor for some tastes.
Vestibule: 1.4m x 1.7m (4’5” x 5’6”) Directly in from the front door. Naturally lit by the glazed panel front door and side lites. Wood effect laminate flooring. A glazed door leads to the inner hallway giving access to all the living areas within the house.
Lounge and dining area: 3.6m x 7.1m (11’7” x 23’3”) The width reducing to 2.6m (8’5”) in the dining area.
Naturally lit by the front window and the sliding patio doors to the rear leading out into the conservatory.
An open fire and hearth in the lounge (potential to upgrade with a wood burning stove). Neutral décor and a fitted carpet.
Conservatory: 6.3m x 3m (20’7” x 9’11”) 1 m x4.2 m (13’4” x 13’ 7”) Currently used as a family area and dining room. The original rear door leads back into the ……….
Kitchen: 3.1m x 3m (10’3” x 9’11”) The kitchen is fitted with a range of floor and wall mounted units. A built in fridge and oven with grill. A ceramic four ring hob with hood over. Space for an under counter freezer, washing machine and dishwasher. A tiled back splash compliments the laminated worktop. A stainless steel sink at the rear window looking out into the conservatory. Ceramic tiles on the floor and LED lights built into the plinth boards. The floor finished with ceramic tiles. A separate internal door leads back into the inner hall.
Directly off the inner hallway are two smaller cupboards and a separate walk in storage cupboard at the far end which houses the oil fired central boiler.
Bedroom 1: 4.4m x2.9m (14’6” 9’4”) Naturally lit by the front facing window looking out towards Ben Rinnes.
Benefits from two double fitted wardrobes. Neutrally decorated and one contrasting feature wall. Fitted carpet.
Bedroom 2: 3.3m x 3.1m (10’ 10” x 9’11”) Naturally lit by the rear facing window. Neutrally decorated and one contrasting feature wall. Fitted carpet.
Bedroom 3: “The boy’s room” 3.3m m x 3.1m (10’10” x 9’11”) Naturally lit by the rear facing window. Neutrally decorated and one contrasting feature wall. Fitted carpet.
Family Bathroom: 1.9m x1.7m (6’ x 5’6”) Naturally lit by the high level opaque glazed window.
Comprises a white three piece suite with a shower over and a roof mounted Expelair. Neutrally decorated with a white tile over the bath. A folding shower screen next the wall mounted electric shower.
Garden Grounds: The front facing garden is mainly laid out to lawn. The boundary fronted by a wall and wrought iron gate. Communal parking out in the lane fronting the cottages. The inbuilt overhang within the property ideal for sitting out and enjoying the views.
The garden ground at the rear can be accessed down the gable ../ end of the property or by the shared track along the back of the houses. Mainly laid out in grass and currently home for a varied selection of hens.
Aberlour, officially named 'Charlestown on Aberlour' is in the middle of the Spey Valley between Inverness and Aberdeen in the North East of Scotland.
It is surrounded by the Cairngorm Mountains on one side and the Moray Firth coastline on the other.
Aberlour is famous for its two main industries - Shortbread and Whisky. The Walker family has been producing shortbread in Aberlour for over a century and there are over 50 whisky distilleries within a 15 mile radius.
The river Spey runs through Aberlour and salmon fishing is a popular pastime for residents and tourists.
There is a primary and secondary school with swimming pool. A Health Centre, Veterinary Practice, independent shops and places to eat.
The website for Aberlour is well worth a visit for further information:
Directions: Glenallachie Cottages are located approximately 3 miles south of Aberlour.
Off the A95 to the south of Aberlour, take the road signposted for Edinvillie & Glenallachie. In approximately one mile you will pass Glenallachy Distillery on your right. Follow the road round to your right and you will see Glenallachie Cottages on your left.
Included in the asking price will be all fitted appliances, carpets, floor coverings, wardrobes, light fitments and blinds.
Council tax Band: A
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