Greengate Banchory Devenick, Aberdeen, AB12 5YD

Aspc ref: 339058

Price over £435,000

4 Bedrooms 6 PublicRooms 2 Bathrooms 247 m2 EPC D Council Tax Band G

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4 Bdrm Detached Farm House/converted barn in app 1.66 acre. Ground flr: V/bule. Reception hall. Sitting rm. Bdrm. Conservatory. Shower rm. Lounge/Conservatory with stair to gallery/study area. Dining conservatory. Family rm/Bdrm. Kitch. Utility rm. Shower rm. Conservatory. 1st flr: 3 Bdrms. Bathrm (CT band - G). Garden. Parking. Price over £435,000 Entry by arr. Viewing contact solicitors. (EPC band - D).


This farmhouse and barn conversion sits in grounds of some 1.66 acre in Banchory Devenick, a rural area that lies to the south west of Aberdeen, within easy commuting distance of the city, the suburbs and the airport. With accommodation spanning two floors across two wings, this spacious family home enjoys panoramic rural views, and a wonderful degree of privacy as a consequence of its private, sheltered position. There are bedrooms, bathrooms and multi purpose rooms on each level, and with windows on all aspects, there is a lovely flow of natural light that permeates throughout. Decoration is a blend of muted shades, with complimentary flooring to suit the room including solid wood, ceramic tiles or carpets, and with the usual fixtures and fittings included, buyers can move with ease. The gardens offer the idyllic spot to relax or play, and an adjoining field may offer potential for the equestrian enthusiast.

The original properties were a farmhouse and a barn, now linked by a reception hallway. The accommodation in what was the original farmhouse comprises a sitting room and on to a double bedroom with twin aspect outlook. There is a fully tiled shower room, and a large conservatory with outstanding views. Upstairs, there are two well proportioned bedrooms with dual aspect windows, one presently used and fitted out as study with built in Neville Johnson furniture.

In the south wing, there is a large lounge with a vaulted ceiling and a staircase to an upper gallery. An exposed granite wall with granite hearth housing a cast iron multi fuel stove provides an additional focal point. From the lounge, there is an archway through to a dining conservatory, with French doors to the garden. A family room or bedroom enjoys a southerly outlook and rural views. The upper gallery would be the ideal reading area or equally suitable as a study. A double bedroom has built in furniture and a double aspect, and a bathroom with separate shower enclosure completes this section of the property.

On the east side, there is a fully fitted kitchen with integral and free standing appliances and with windows on two sides, it is bathed in light. Next door is a utility room with exceptional storage, space for appliances and a door opens to the garden. A relaxed conservatory with steps from the kitchen is the ideal spot for informal family meals, it has a cast iron stove and French doors open to a wooden deck.

Location Banchory Devenick is a lovely residential suburb which lies to the south west of Aberdeen providing the residents with the advantages of rural life but the conveniences of the city on the doorstep. Some five minutes drive from Aberdeen's Bridge of Dee, the village enjoys fantastic scenery, woodland walks and a first-rate primary school. Easy access is afforded to those commuting to Aberdeen, Portlethen or the business and industrial estates at Tullos and Altens.

Directions From the Bridge of Dee, travel along Leggart Terrace and take the first left signposted Banchory Devenick. Continue on past the school to the hamlet of houses at the crossroads and cross over continuing on the Causey Mounth Road. Greengates is some 0.2 miles along on the left.

Garden Sitting in some 0.3 acre, the garden is enclosed by drystane dykes and fencing. The garden has mature trees and shrubbery, established borders and gravel paths, there are lawns around the house and several patios including a wooden deck to take advantage of the sunshine at all times of the day. The garden shed will remain.

A field adjoining the garden grounds extends westwards comprising some 1.36 acre.

Parking A gravelled driveway has parking for 5 cars.

Fixtures and Fittings All carpets, curtains, window blinds, light fittings and white goods are to be included in the sale.

Services Gas fired central heating. New boiler installed January 2015. Double glazing. Septic tank.

AWPR Following completion of the AWPR, the property will be located off a cul-de-sac on the Causey Mounth road, accessed by a country lane and benefit from improved access due to the new bypass. Maps detailing the route can be found at the project offices at Ury, Stonehaven

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Simpson & Marwick

4 Alford Place Aberdeen AB10 1YD


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