Laingseat Steading, Laingseat Road Potterton, Aberdeen, AB23 8UE

Price over £550,000

Print

Aspc ref: 344031

7 Bedrooms 2 PublicRooms 2 Bathrooms 301 m2 EPC C

Arrange a viewing

  • 01358 741169 or 07801 950329
  • Below Home Report Valuation
  • Contact solicitor

Description

Rarely does the opportunity arise to purchase such a charming family home with business/equestrian potential as this traditional two public/seven bedroomed dwellinghouse dating back to 1838 but completely renovated approximately 20 years ago. Set within approximately 1.4 acres the subjects boast a substantial large barn/workshop which was formerly an indoor riding school and has two stable blocks providing seven horse boxes. In addition there is an external bothy with integral store and the delightful garden grounds enjoy fantastic far reaching views across the surrounding countryside towards the sea. Adjacent to the stables is a paddock and there is the potential to create a further paddock. The dwellinghouse offers an interesting and adaptable level of living accommodation with a comfortable ambience and benefits from timber framed double glazed windows, the majority of which are multi-paned and have deep wooden sills, mains gas fired central heating and a security alarm system. This “one off” property deserves the right to be described as special and the accommodation, business potential and fantastic location can only be appreciated by inspection.

Potterton lies only a short drive from Aberdeen City which is approximately 5 miles away, Aberdeen airport is some 8 miles east and the north east Industrial Estates are also within easy travelling distance of the property. The peaceful village of Potterton is a small community with a local shop, garage and a community centre with a wider range of amenities available in close by Balmedie, Bridge of Don and Aberdeen city.

Vestibule: 8’11” x 6’8” [2.72m x 2.04m] approx. Entered from a double glazed hardwood door with glazed side panels, the vestibule has neutral décor and feature rich red wall coverings to dado complemented by oak laminate flooring. A cupboard gives access to the consumer box and a part glazed door with glazed panels leads to:

Reception Hall: 14’7” x 8’11” [4.45m x 2.72m] approx. main area. The tasteful décor follows through from the vestibule to this inviting reception hall which has attractive pine panelled doors, facia and skirting and a hallway to either side, one leading to the main living accommodation and the other to bedroom accommodation. A carpeted staircase rises to the upper floor.

Lounge/Dining Room: 27’0” x 12’5” [8.23m x 3.78m] approx. A generously proportioned room with a relaxing ambience and two windows overlooking the front with a part glazed door leading to the conservatory. With neutral décor and carpeting, within the lounge area there is an open fireplace with an elegant stone surround specially commissioned by the owner and the dining area has ample space for a table and chairs and a door to the kitchen.

Conservatory: 12’1” x 5’2” [3.71m x 1.60m] approx. Constructed in recent years and under guarantee this lovely conservatory is a delightful place to sit and relax and enjoy the far reaching views. There are double French doors and a further glazed door to a flagstone patio area for dining alfresco and a further uPVC part glazed security locking door to the kitchen.

Dining Kitchen: 21’7” x 10’9” [6.60m x 3.28m] approx. Ideal for busy family living this thoughtfully planned kitchen has a dining area with space for a table and chairs and the main kitchen area is fitted with an excellent range of shaker style birch fronted wall and base units incorporating brushed chrome handles, drawer units, opaque glazed units and shelving. There are ample dark contrasting worktops incorporating a breakfasting bar and a 1.5 bowl stainless steel sink with drainer and mixer tap above which is a long picture window from which to enjoy the open outlook. Integrated appliances include a Neff five ring gas burner which has a stainless steel splashback and Neff stainless steel chimney extractor hood above. There is a Neff stainless steel fan assisted double oven, space for upright fridge/freezer and plumbing for dishwasher. The whole room has neutral décor with two feature rich red walls and attractive wood laminate flooring.

Utility/Boot Room: 9’8” x 7’5” [2.96m x 2.28m] approx. A most useful room fitted with pine wall and base units incorporating worktops with a stainless steel sink and drainer. Plumbing for automatic washing machine. A door gives access to the large barn/workshop and there are coat hooks for outdoor wear. Neutral decor and oak laminate flooring. Door to:

Cloakroom: 7’1” x 6’10” [2.17m x 2.10m] approx. With neutral décor and oak laminate flooring, w.c. and pedestal wash hand basin. Air extractor.

Master Bedroom: 13’5” x 12’11” [4.09m x 3.95m] approx. This well proportioned double bedroomed has a picture window to the side, neutral décor and carpeting and an excellent range of modern built-in wardrobes in a cream high gloss finish and these provide excellent hanging and shelving storage. Door to:

En Suite: 11’2” x 7’5” [3.41m x 2.28m] approx. A generously proportioned and spacious en suite fitted with modern fittings incorporating a w.c. with concealed cistern and wash hand basin built into white high gloss vanity units with a light wood style display sill and these provide great cupboard storage. There is a large shower unit with a mains thermostatic shower and aqua panelling while the room has neutral décor, ceiling downlighters and tile style laminate flooring. There is a mirror with light above and shaver point, a chrome heated towel rail and air extractor.

Bedroom 2: 13’9” x 10’10” [4.21m x 3.30m] approx. With a pleasant outlook over the garden grounds to the side this is a well proportioned double bedroom with neutral décor and carpeting. Currently used as an office.

Bedroom 3: 11’5” x 10’4” [3.48m x 3.16m] approx. Again with a window to the side, neutral décor and carpeting. Ample space for free standing bedroom furniture.

Bedroom 4: 11’2” x 10’0” [3.40m x 3.07m] approx. A further great sized double bedroom with a pleasant outlook over the grounds. Neutral décor and carpeting.

Bedroom 5: 14’7” x 8’0” [4.46m x 2.44m] approx. Currently used as a gym this could be a further public room as required. With a window overlooking the front garden the room has neutral décor and carpeting.

Family Bathroom: 11’4” x 8’11” [3.47m x 2.73m] approx. As can be seen by the dimensions this is a generously proportioned room which is fitted with a pedestal wash hand basin, w.c. and bath. There is a corner shower unit with curvilinear doors, mains thermostatic shower and aqua panelling. The room has tasteful décor, and is tiled to dado height to two walls and there is wall mirror with light and shaver point. Vinyl flooring. Air extractor.

Upper Hall: 21’0” x 14’2” [6.42m x 4.32m] approx. main area. An attractive carpeted staircase rises to this most spacious upper landing which can be used as a seating area with soft furnishings. There is neutral décor and carpeting, a wood lined ceiling and Velux windows to the front and rear drawn in good natural light. There are two ceiling hatches giving access to the loft space and access to the eaves.

Lounge/Games Room: 28’9” x 19’9” [8.77m x 6.03m] approx. A fantastic room with a feature curvilinear wood panelled ceiling, neutral décor and carpeting. There are two Velux windows to the rear and two deep silled feature windows enjoying views towards the coastline. A fantastic focal point is the red brick wall with a wood burning stove set on a terracotta tiled hearth. Double dimmer switch for lighting.

Bedroom 6: 27’8” x 7’8” [8.45m x 2.34m] approx. A great room currently used as a study which would be ideal as a children’s playroom. With neutral décor and carpeting, there are deep ceiling lie-ins adding character to the room and Velux windows to the front and side with a further window within the gable affording great views.

Bedroom 7: 13’11” x 12’5” [4.25m x 3.79m] approx. This well proportioned double bedroom has a Velux window to the side, neutral décor and carpeting and ceiling lie-ins.

Cloakroom: 8’4” x 3’6” [2.55m x 1.08m] approx. With neutral décor and vinyl flooring this cloakroom has a w.c., pedestal wash hand basin with splashback tiling and air extractor.

Drying Room: 10’5” x 8’4” [3.20m x 2.54m] approx. Ideal for drying outdoor wear with a drying rack and floor to ceiling storage with slatted shelving for towels and linen. The gas fired central heating boiler is located here. The room has neutral décor and a Velux window to the rear.

Outside Set within approximately 1.4 acre the well tended landscaped grounds have sweeping lawns bordered by herbaceous beds with flowering plants all providing great colour throughout the seasons. There is a timber summerhouse with decked seating area and a paved barbeque area to the side. Upon entering a driveway with Pampas and conifers leads to the gravelled chip parking area to the front of the property and the drive winds round to the rear towards the barn/workshop. Adjacent to the conservatory is an enclosed flagstone patio area ideal for dining alfresco. By the stable entrance is a fully enclosed grass paddock with mature trees and there is a further grassed area which would be suitable for the creation of an interlinking paddock if required.

Outhouses Barn/Workshop: 88’3” x 53’9” [26.91m x 16.39m] approx. This large barn/workshop is in great order and an ideal adaptable space for those looking to start up their own business. Formerly used as part of a riding school the building has part stone/part concrete walls and within the roof are many translucent panels drawing in great natural light. The building has its own single and three phase electricity supply and is currently used as a garage and workshop with a large doorway providing vehicle access from the driveway. There is also a door directly to the utility room in the dwellinghouse. A further door gives access to:

Stable 1: 54’8” x 14’5” [16.67m x 4.40m] approx. With four good sized loose boxes, power and light this stable also enjoys natural light. A staircase rises to a door which gives access to the upper bedroom wing within the dwellinghouse. Door to:

Stable 2: 97’11” x 14’9” [29.85m x 4.25m] approx. This stable area has three loose boxes and an open area with a door to the driveway and a further door out towards the paddock.

Traditional Bothy: This traditional stone bothy provides additional storage, has power and light and has a further stone store attached.

Notes: Gas fired central heating. Double glazing. Security alarm system. EPC=C. Private drainage. Septic tank. All fitted floor coverings, curtains, blinds, light fittings and integrated kitchen appliances are included in the sale.

Arrange a viewing

  • 01358 741169 or 07801 950329
  • Below Home Report Valuation
  • Contact solicitor

Solicitor

Raeburn Christie Clark & Wallace

7 The Square Ellon AB41 9JB

Features

Share this property

The foregoing particulars are being distributed on behalf of the Selling Solicitors by Aberdeen Solicitors' Property Centre Ltd. of 40, Chapel Street, Aberdeen AB10 1SP (Tel: 01224 632949). Whilst the particulars have been prepared with care and are believed to be accurate, no liability for any errors or omissions therein or the consequences thereof will be accepted by the Selling Solicitors or Aberdeen Solicitors' Property Centre Ltd. © Aberdeen Solicitors' Property Centre and Selling Solicitors.