West Backhill Of Lethenty Fyvie, Turriff, AB53 8NL
Price around £295,000
Aspc ref: 341801
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This immaculate four bedroomed detached farmhouse with double garage and large garden, offers a superb chance to reside in tranquil surroundings, boasting tremendous views and yet is not isolated. Beautifully refurbished and tastefully decorated, the property has a bright and airy ambience, and the accommodation is in ready to move into condition, with eye catching features and retaining much of the original character, including original dark wood inner doors, facings and deep skirtings to the original part of the home. The accommodation comprises a reception hall, lounge, dining room/bedroom four, study/bedroom three, an immaculate open plan kitchen/family room and diner, utility room, and shower room on the ground floor, and a sweeping original staircase leads to the mezzanine bathroom and two double bedrooms on the upper level. The established gardens extend to approximately 1 acre and are well screened. Also benefiting from full double glazing and oil central heating, this immaculate home offers an ideal opportunity for the discerning buyer, and only by viewing can the full extent of the accommodation be fully appreciated.
Located within the Ythan Valley, the picturesque village of Fyvie provides adequate day to day requirements. Primary education is catered for within the village (school bus picks up and drops off at the end of the house) and secondary education is available at nearby Turriff Academy to which school transport is provided (school bus picks up at the end of the road). Oldmeldrum and Turriff are nearby and have a range of facilities and amenities. Fyvie also lies within close proximity to the main road network offering regular public transport to Peterhead, Bridge of Don and Aberdeen.
Reception Hall A welcoming hall, presented in neutral tones with a co-ordinating beige carpet, retaining the original dark panelled inner doors, facings and skirtings. Understair cupboard. A sweeping carpeted staircase with original polished handrail and balustrades leads to the upper floor.
Lounge 12’10” x 11’4” [3.96m x 3.46m] approx. A warmly decorated and generously proportioned room, fitted with a beige carpet and incorporating a traditional mahogany fireplace with granite inlays and hearth, further complemented with an open coal fire. Deep silled window to front.
Dining Room/Double Bedroom 4 12’7” x 9’7” [3.88m x 2.96m] approx. This generously proportioned, adaptable room with deep silled window to front is tastefully presented throughout, with ornate plaster coving and ceiling rose.
Study/Double Bedroom 3 14’9” x 10’0” [4.53m x 3.06m] approx. into window. A further generously proportioned room, presented in neutral tones and lending itself to a variety of uses. Deep silled window to side.
Dining Room/Family Room 36’7” x 11’2” [11.20m x 3.41m] approx. The heart of the home, this wonderfully bright and airy room is on L-shape open plan to the kitchen and offers splendid open plan living space for a family, exuding a wonderful bright ambience and affording fine views across either side. Glazed Nordan French doors open out to a well appointed seating area. Spanish terracotta tiled floor.
Kitchen 12’7” x 10’4” [3.87m x 3.18m] approx. Fully fitted with a comprehensive range of cream storage cabinets at wall and base level, including glazed display cabinets, generous runs of solid beech wood worktops, rustic tiled surrounds and a twin bowl Belfast sink. Spanish terracotta tiled floor. A Georgian style Nordan window to the side offers lovely views across the garden. The dual fuel Rangemaster cooker and overhead chimney style extractor will remain, together with the integrated double fridge and dishwasher.
Utility Room 7’3” x 7’2” [2.18m x 2.22m] approx. Fitted with a Granitex sink unit, co-ordinating worktops and tiled surrounds. Fitted with washing machine, with space for under counter tumble dryer and upright freezer. Window to side.
Rear Hall Gives access to the garage and the shower room. Glazed door to side. Ceramic tiled floor.
Shower Room 6’4” x 6’1” [1.95m x 1.85m] approx. Incorporates a self contained corner shower cabinet, w.c. and inset white porcelain sink with chrome mixer tap, set into a beech wood cabinet. Ceramic tiled floor. Extractor. Chrome towel radiator.
Mezzanine Bathroom 10’8” x 6’9” [3.28m x 2.10m] approx. A bright and elegant room with window to rear. Beautifully finished around the wet areas with slate mosaic tiling, it incorporates a double ended bath with tiled surrounds and central mixer tap, w.c. and pedestal wash hand basin. Upright towel radiator.
Upper Landing A bright landing with velux window to front and built-in double cupboard and access to newly upgraded fuse box.
Double Bedroom 1 17’5” x 12’8” [5.32m x 3.90m] approx. into window. Tastefully presented in neutral tones and fitted with a beige carpet. Window to front.
Double Bedroom 2 17’5” x 12’9” [5.32m x 3.92m] approx. into window. A further attractively presented and generously proportioned room with bay window to front.
Integral Double Garage 22’8” x 18’3” [6.95m x 5.58m] approx. A spacious garage fitted with twin up and over doors, power and light. Integral door to rear hall and access door to garden. Water tap. Boiler, 210 litre cylinder and filtration system.
Gardens The established gardens of approximately 1 acre are well screened by mature trees, including beech, rowan and sycamore, comprising of established lawns, raised beds, attractive arched beech hedge, well stocked shrubberies and seasonal flowers. A paved seating area located off the dining room is well appointed to fully appreciate the splendid views across the countryside, with views to Bennachie from the top of the garden. Also to the rear is a traditional byre and secluded courtyard. A gravel driveway offers ample parking. Greenhouse.
Outbuildings Under separate negotiation there are traditional stone built steadings in excellent order, they comprise of two extensive steadings (42'3” x 23'5” [13.50m x 7.16m] approx.) and (45'6” x 22'3” [13.91m x 6.79m] approx.) which lend themselves to agricultural or equestrian use. They are also ideal for those seeking to work from home, or to accommodate stables, having ease of access to the land. There is also a good sized general store (24’5” x 19’8”)[7.46m x 6.04m]. Equipped with power, light and water, the steadings are also ideal for storing and maintaining cars and boats.
Directions From Dyce, follow the A947 Banff road and continue until reaching Fyvie, turning right onto the B9005. Turn right at the war memorial and continue through Woodhead and proceed for approximately 3 miles, turning left at the sign for Millbrex and sharp left again. Proceed for approximately 1 mile and turn right onto a minor road, as indicated by our For Sale board. The property is located along this road on the left hand side.
Services Drainage to a septic tank. Private water supply.
Notes Oil central heating. Full double glazing. EPC=E. All fitted floor coverings, blinds, curtains and light fittings to remain.
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