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Three properties on the market in Kemnay

For those looking for a new home in this beautiful village, we have picked out three great properties currently on the market in the Kemnay area.

Three properties on the market in Kemnay

Located in the Garioch area of Aberdeenshire, the village of Kemnay sits near the River Don, only five miles from Inverurie. Just 16 miles West of Aberdeen, it is an excellent commuter base for those looking to live in the countryside. As well as a rich historical past, the village offers primary and secondary schools, local shops, a community centre and leisure facilities.

For those looking for a new home in this beautiful village, we have picked out three great properties currently on the market in the Kemnay area.

Boatleys Farmhouse - £449,000

This attractive property enjoys a rural location near Kemnay and yet is still within walking distance of the local shops and amenities. Built from traditional Aberdeenshire granite, the farmhouse sits perfectly in its surroundings and has been recently refurbished into a more modern home, whilst retaining its charming characteristics and features.

The layout of the house is certainly one to be desired, with a bright central kitchen that leads onto a breakfast room, pantry and sun room. There is also a sitting room with a wonderful multi-fuel stove focal point, and separate study on the ground floor. If all of that isn’t enough, there is also a gym, sauna, utility room and shower room which can be accessed from the kitchen.

Upstairs, there are five bedrooms and a family bathroom, as well as ample storage space. The master bedroom benefits from a fitted dressing room and luxury en-suite bathroom.

46 Paradise Road - £220,000

In the centre of Kemnay, this traditional semi-detached cottage offers a wonderful home with two double bedrooms and a master bedroom with en-suite bathroom – perfect for a young family.

At the heart of the house is a modern open-plan kitchen-dining and living room. The kitchen has attractive cream units with oak surfaces and built in electric hob and dishwasher. With hardwood flooring and a wood-burning stove the living area is a great space for relaxing in.

The front garden has well-kept, uplifting colourful bushes and shrubs which separate the house from the street, adding an element of privacy. The back garden is immaculate, offering different paved, lawn and planted areas to enjoy with family and friends.

Nether Aquithie - £265,000

If you’re looking for a home where you can enjoy the outdoors, this detached croft on the outskirts of Kemnay, set across approximately two acres of land is simply idyllic.

All on one floor, the house offers a bright lounge which leads on to a sunroom, a spacious kitchen and separate dining room. Both double bedrooms have built in wardrobes and beautiful views onto the gardens.

The main feature of this house, the garden area, has trees, shrubbery and plants as well as a glass garden room and paved patio. It also benefits from a stone-built barn with central heating, a byre and bothy, all with power and light, as well as a double garage, workshop and paddock with two gates.  

Which of these homes in Kemnay is your favourite?


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