Welcome to Ardoch Lodge, a traditional farmhouse set in the spectacular Spey Valley with impressive views over the surrounding country side.
Historically, Ardoch Lodge was run as a Guest house / Bed and Breakfast for 16 years.
Accommodation comprises on the ground floor, kitchen, dining room, lounge, family bathroom, and downstairs double bedroom with en suite. On the first floor, two double bedrooms with en suites. One further double bedroom and attic room.
The front and rear doors uPVC with double glazed panels. The internal doors and facings in stripped pine, most of the windows double glazed uPVC. Oil fired central heating with radiators and a multi fuel stove in the lounge.
Photovoltaic panels have been installed on the west facing roof with a feed in tariff. Details available on request.
Ardoch Lodge sits comfortably on its own grounds with commanding views over the local countryside. Comprising a stone chip driveway parking area and patio area. Whilst the garden area mainly laid out to lawn, mature shrubs and trees. A 6 hole pitch and putt course.
Coming in through the front door you are immediately drawn to the open space, with original features, large pine panel doors and high ceilings. Leads to the lounge, dining room, shower room with a doorway to the owners ground floor bedroom, kitchen and rear door. An impressive staircase leading the first floor.
Lounge 5.4 m x 3.9 m (17’9” x 12’10”)
This is a large room neutrally decorated with dual aspect to the front and side of the property. An impressive log burning stove set on a raised slate hearth. Additional heating to the room complimented by the central heating radiators. The generous proportions of the room complimented by the high ceilings and cornicing. A crystal chandelier pendant light with an ornate plaster ceiling rose. A traditional alcove for storage or display in the gable wall.
Neutral décor and fitted carpet to further compliment this warm and inviting room.
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Dining Room: 3.5 m x 3.9 m (11’4” x 12’10”)
Generously proportioned room with dual aspect to the north and west. Currently used as the main dining room, has a feature fire with additional heating available from the central heating radiator. A traditional in - wall storage cupboard. Neutrally decorated with a complimentary fitted carpet.
Off the inner hallway naturally lit by a side window and rear door looking over towards the farm buildings.
Shower Room: 1.9 m x 2.3 m (6’3” x 7’6”)
Conveniently situated on the ground floor, off the inner hallway, the shower room comprises a white w/c and wash hand basin with vanity unit. Corner shower cubicle with wet wall. Radiator and ceiling light.
Bedroom 1: 3.5 m x 3.9 m (11’8 x 13’)
A generous double room with fully fitted wardrobe and storage space along one wall. Naturally lit from the west facing window was used as the main bedroom accommodation. It has a fitted carpet, central heating radiator and pendant light
En suite: 1.5 m x 1.9 m (4’11” x 6’3”)
A white three-piece suite with mains shower over the bath. The walls finished with wet wall. Laminate flooring.
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Kitchen: 4.1 m x 4 m (13’6” x 12’11”)
A traditional, warm and inviting farmhouse kitchen features a Rayburn Stove and two separate eye level ovens. A range of floor and wall units with a generous central island with additional of under counter storage. Stainless steel sink, tiled splashback and complimentary worktop. Dual aspect windows offering plenty natural light. Italian ceramic tiled floor. Space for a table, seating for informal eating and getting together.
Bedroom 2: 4.8 m x 3.9 m (15’9” x 12’8”)
This is a large front facing double room, with en-suite shower room, separate washstand and fitted storage for clothes. It is cheerfully decorated and has a fitted carpet.
En suite shower with w/c and wash sink.
Bedroom 3: 4.2 m x 3.9 m (13’9” x 12’8”)
This is a large front facing double room, with en-suite shower room, with separate washstand and fitted storage for clothes. It is cheerfully decorated and has a fitted carpet.
En suite shower with w/c and wash sink.
Study / occasional bedroom: 2.3 m x 1.5 m (7’6” x 4’11”)
A single room space with views to the front to the property room that occasionally been used as a single bedroom. Could be used as a study or useful storage. Radiator and a fitted carpet.
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Bedroom 4: 2.5 m x 3.3 m (8’3” x 10’8”)
A cosy attic bedroom with a west facing dormer window in the rear wing. Has a wash hand basin with splash back, fitted carpet and central heating radiator. Off the access hallway, a useful storage cupboard built into the roof space.
Attic Room: 3.2 m x 4.2 m (10’7” x 13’10”)
A back stair, naturally lit by a traditional cast iron skylight, leads to an attic room above the kitchen. This generous space is naturally lit by a Velux window overlooking the farm yard. Has a wash hand basin and fitted cupboard space with louvre doors along the gable wall.
Ardoch Lodge has approximately one acre of ground made up of a lawn area, 6 hole pitch and putt with mature trees and amazing views towards Ben Aigen. The nearby steading, with a traditional slate roof, has previous planning permission for conversion to a 4 bedroom family home and double garage.
Viewing highly recommended to explore this interesting property steading buildings and grounds.
Council tax band: D EPC rating: F
*Included: The adjacent farm steading with previous planning permission for conversion to a family home overlooking the local countryside. Planning reference 09/023338/APP. With the passage of time, may be more of a project and a fresh approach could be a worthwhile alternative. Further details available on request.
Local architectural input available if required.
Total area of land amounting to some 3,600 m2 (just under an acre)
Note 1: Included in the asking price will be all fitted carpets and floor coverings, light fitments, blinds.
Note 2: Measurements, taken at the widest point by an electronic measuring device and may be subject to a small margin of error.
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