Five Properties with Unique Features
Do you find yourself looking for something a little different in your search for the dream home? Whether you’re on the hunt for a new house, or just looking for inspiration, in this blog we are taking a closer look at five properties which boast some impressive unique features.
Meikle Ley is an impressive home for a multitude of reasons. The former steading has been converted to an exceptional standard, offers incredible panoramic views, and even boasts its own outdoor swimming pool. However, as the days and nights turn colder, it’s the fantastic outdoor Barrel sauna which has caught our attention, providing the perfect setting to warm up and unwind with friends and family. Can you picture yourself relaxing in this beautiful home?
With exposed beams and brickwork throughout, this 4-bedroom property in Potterton exudes charm and a homely feel. The real wow factor is the unique way to connect two rooms. The dinning and lounge area feature a double-sided open fire which not only adds a great focal point for both rooms but connects them together seamlessly. Can you picture you and your family getting cosy by the fire?
If you’re an animal lover, this unique home has the perfect décor and living options for you and your canine friends. This striking four-bedroom property has a lot to offer, with a beautiful grand stag statue in the front garden as well as a large pond and private kennels. What’s your favourite feature of this home?
Denside House in Torphins has been designed with versatility, family living and entertainment in mind. With a separate annex in the main house, en-suite with sauna, and a south facing terrace with for al fresco dining, this property exudes character throughout. With numerous features to choose from, it’s the balcony off the master bedroom which is our favourite. Can you picture yourself relaxing here whilst watching the winter sun go down over the rolling countryside?
The final of our five unique properties is a traditional granite six-bedroom home near Peterhead. The house itself is a fine family home having been extensively upgraded, but there’s a surprise in store in the rear garden. Set amongst the mature trees from which the house takes its name, sits a charming timber treehouse. The unique feature is sure to offer hours of endless fun to young ones (and those still young at heart) throughout the summer months.
Which Unique Feature from Our Selection is Your Favourite?