Three perfectly cosy properties on the market
As autumn arrives knitwear begins to make its way out of the cupboard once more. It’s the perfect time for relaxing indoors with friends and family.
Crackling fireplaces, snug nooks and intimate surrounds all contribute to a homely environment. We take a look at three cosy Aberdeenshire properties currently on the market, offering some autumnal home inspiration.
This traditionally built three-bedroom cottage is set in the small town of Maud, 13 miles west of Peterhead. Laid across a single-level, the rural home is beautifully presented and enjoys period features throughout.
This charming property boasts two fireplaces, perfect for warming up beside. The kitchen is especially welcoming, with a large wood burning stove and exposed stone wall surround. This blend of functionality and comfort is perfect for bringing the family together as the colder nights draw in.
The property also comes with a large wooden garage and stone outhouse building. These are set within approximately three and a half acres of paddock and garden grounds, making the ideal backdrop for an autumn walk.
Located in the centre of Alford, this two-bedroom cottage certainly has the cosiness factor. Within easy commuting distance of Dyce, Inverurie, Westhill and Aberdeen, this feature-filled property is ideal for anyone looking to escape from the city to quieter evenings at home.
The home has a tranquil aesthetic throughout, starting with the entrance which is enclosed by a stone wall and a wrought iron gate. Although traditional on the outside the property benefits from modern luxuries on the inside. A double oven Rangemaster cooker, mounted Smart TV with Bose surround system and fully tiled shower room with under floor heating make this the perfect base for a peaceful night in.
The property has been refurbished to a high standard while retaining plenty of character. Featuring an open inglenook fireplace with a wood burning stove, the lounge acts as the focal point of the home, ideal for a spot of relaxation.
Located in the village of Kemnay, conveniently located for access to offices at Westhill, Kingswells and Aberdeen Airport, this three-bedroom semi-detached cottage brings an element of modern snugness.
Wooden flooring and the muted deep tones of the décor deliver relaxing warmth as well as contemporary style. A wood-burning stove and shelved alcove in the lounge add character while conjuring a sense of homeliness. This inviting living room would be the perfect place to gather with friends or family and enjoy a film.
With beautiful views towards Bennachie and a garden peppered with mature bushes, trees and plants, this is the perfect property to watch the changing colours of the seasons.
Which of these three properties can you picture yourself relaxing in?