Homes with a talking point: Three unique properties on ASPC
Many of us look for original features when searching for a home. We’ve picked out three properties with unique qualities worth talking about.
This bespoke five-bedroom detached home is located within walking distance of New Machar Primary School presenting a great opportunity for a young family to purchase a unique home in ready to move in condition.
The two bedroomed property was designed by award winning MAC Architects and features high specification throughout, with Siberian larch cladding to the exterior, underfloor heating on the ground floor and contemporary multi-fuel burning stove.
One of the most impressive elements of this home is the spacious lounge with double height ceiling, full height windows as well as sliding patio doors out to the enclosed gardens.
Located near Inverurie, this Grade 'A' Listed Building, previously home to The Earls of Kintore and the Latin poet Arthur Johnston is a magnificent example of Renaissance inspired architecture set in 26 acres of beautiful parkland.
The attractive exterior is complemented with many practical features that would suit a family, including four double bedrooms, utility room and private garden.
One of the most appealing aspects of this home is the extensive 26 acres of shared garden grounds which houses a small lake and two barbeque areas.
This charming former Meal Mill is full character, with plenty of talking points including the functioning waterwheel, stone archway, sandstone fireplace and Mill stream in the garden.
Although the ‘B’ listed property has plenty of original features, the home has been renovated to include central heating and double glazing as well as a modern oil-fired Stanley Range.
The garden grounds are as spectacular as the property itself with a garden patio, mature trees, bridges over the Mill stream to the summer house, two wooden sheds and a greenhouse.