2 Rockview is a traditional two storey terraced house located off Victoria Road in the popular village of Craigellachie.
Would benefit from modernisation and upgrade.
Internally, the accommodation comprises an entrance hall, living room, kitchen with space for dining, and on the first floor 2 bedrooms and shower room with w/c.
The cottage is double glazed with uPVC windows and a part glazed uPVC door.
Heating provided by gas central heating and a flame effect gas fire in the sitting room.
Pedestrian accesses directly off Victoria Road.
Hallway: Naturally lit by the external part glazed door and from the kitchen. Gives access to the living room kitchen / dining.
The stair leads to the first floor landing giving access to the shower room and two bedrooms. A useful open under stair area for coats and informal storage.
Sitting room: 3.2m x 3.9m (12’9” x 11’10”)
Naturally lit by the front facing window. Features a flame effect gas fire.
Kitchen / dining: 3.1m x 4.6m (15’7” x 11’10”) Natural light comes from the window which overlooks the neighbouring courtyard. Has been fitted out with a range of floor units and a fridge freezer. Integral dishwasher and oven with hob over. Ample space for setting up a comfortable dining area. Fitted wood effect laminate flooring.
Bedroom 1: 4.74m x 3.2m (15’7” x 10’6”)
Naturally lit by the rear facing window overlooking the neighbouring courtyard. A triple fitted wardrobe with louvre doors. The third space houses the central heating boiler. Fitted carpet and central light pendant.
Bedroom 2: 3m x 3.6m (9’2” x 11’10”)
Naturally lit by the front facing window. Fitted carpet and central light pendant.
Family shower: 1.95m x 2.5m (6’5” x 8’3”) comprising a white wash hand basin and w/c in a vanity unit with a tiled splashback. A good sized quadrant shower unit. Mains shower. Naturally lit by the overhead Velux window. Fitted tile effect flooring.
Access: Pedestrian gravel access directly off Victoria Road.
Area Overview: The property is located within easy walking distance of the local amenities in the Village. Further amenities including a health centre, pharmacy and supermarket. Independent shops and delicatessen in Aberlour less than two miles away. Further amenities and commerce in Elgin about 13 miles to the north.
Craigellachie village, where the river Fiddich and the famous river Spey meet and often referred to as the Heart of Speyside with its long association of the whisky industry. Is a stopping of point on the Speyside Way. There are many excellent websites describing the history, of the village, the local area, hotels and amenities.
A search for Craigellachie on your web browser will lead you to some very informative and interesting websites describing the village and lifestyle pursuits it offers.
Included in the asking price will be any fixtures fittings, appliances, carpets, floor coverings, 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.
Council tax: Band A (information from the Scottish Assessors Association website)
Viewing, which is highly recommended, to see the potential this property has to offer.
For any assistance and further information, please contact the selling agents on:
01343 642042 or direct mobile: 07770 273276
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,
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Miller Stewart Estate Agency Network, 272 Bath Street Glasgow G2 4JR
Jean McCann recently dealt with the marketing of my flat.
As well as being extremely professional she was very helpful and guided me through the whole process.
Jean was very supportive and always in contact with me re updates about the sale and I felt nothing was too much trouble for her and would highly recommend Jean to anyone thinking about selling their property.
Just wanted to briefly record our thanks having used Harry to sell our property in Elgin.
From start to finish he was absolutely excellent. Nothing was ever too much trouble.
The photos and property description he did were both spot on and involved him in a lot of extra work, moving furniture around etc to get the presentation as good as possible.
Overall, Harry and his team went overboard to make things easy for us as we were not in Elgin during the sale process. This involved all sorts of extras one would not expect from your typical Estate Agent.
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We would have no hesitation in recommending Harry as first choice to anyone selling a property in his area and wish him continued success in the future.