Stranog Farm Maryculter, Aberdeen, AB12 5FA

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Aspc ref: 350708

5 Bedrooms 3 PublicRooms 2 Bathrooms 197 m2 EPC F

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Description

Extended in 1999, this impressive five bedroomed detached farmhouse with three public rooms offers exceptionally spacious accommodation within a picturesque country location. Completed with traditional country charm and elegance, this versatile family home is finished with features such as timber panelled doors, original sash and case windows in the older part of the building and is peppered with lovely features throughout. The property comprises a welcoming reception hall which leads through to a comfortable lounge and versatile family room, dining hall and country kitchen with range cooker. Completing the ground floor is the fifth bedroom/study and a bathroom. On the upper floor are four double bedrooms and a modern shower room. Outside, the property sits within approximately 0.53 of an acre with vegetable beds, beech hedging and mature trees providing interest. There is also a large barn with garage and workshop which is ideal for those requiring extra outside space. This beautiful family home is truly in ready to move into condition and offers a rare opportunity to purchase a unique and sought after home within an idyllic location, therefore early viewing is genuinely recommended.

Maryculter affords the opportunity to reside in a pleasant, tranquil rural setting yet one which offers easy access to Aberdeen City by a variety of routes. Given its location, a wide variety of recreational facilities are available including Spires Golf Range and a nine hole golf course at Banchory Devenick, Salmon and Sea Trout fishing, hill-walking and horse riding etc. There is primary education in the area with secondary catered for nearby. There is also good private schooling locally and in the city itself.

Entrance Hall A natural wood door with glass insert leads into this welcoming ‘L’ shaped hallway which has elegant oak flooring and simply stylish, neutral tones with stained glass detailing above the original entrance door. An under stair cupboard provides excellent storage.

Lounge 16’7” x 12’4” [5.08m x 3.76m] approx. With dual aspect windows to either side of the property, this comfortable lounge has warm lavender tones and highlights include decorative cornicing and a wood burning stove set within an exposed granite Inglenook fireplace with original surround. The shelved cupboard provides storage. TV point. Telephone point.

Family/Dining Room 12’8” x 12’7” [3.87m x 3.84m] approx. This versatile space is to the side and is currently used as a sitting room and study but could be an ideal dining space. The décor is simply neutral with dark carpeting and decorative cornicing. A shelved Aberdeen press provides storage.

Dining Hall 16’8” x 14’6” [5.09m x 4.43m] approx. In the centre of this home is an elegant dining hall with modern décor in soft tones with feature tonal wallpaper, cornicing and oak flooring. The room is focussed around a wood burning stove with decorative surround and tiled insert.

Dining Kitchen 17’1” x 13’11” [5.23m x 4.26m] approx. This country kitchen is the heart of the home and has wall mounted cabinets and base units with solid wood butchers block work surface incorporating a double Butlers sink with mixer tap. An impressive Calor gas range cooker with five ring hob and double oven will remain, and there is ample space for further white goods and free standing units.

Rear Porch A traditional stable door with glass panels leads into the rear porch where a handy pantry cupboard provides excellent storage and has enough space for white goods.

Bedroom 5/Study 15’3” x 10’0” [4.67m x 3.07m] approx. Flooded with natural light, this useful space has dual aspect windows and complementing décor and carpeting. Previously this room has been used as a comfortable guest room with space for furniture. Telephone point.

Bathroom 7’6” x 6’10” [2.30m x 2.09m] approx. An opaque window allows natural light into this country style bathroom which has a w.c., pedestal wash hand basin and bath with shower attachment. Wood panelling to dado height and feature wallpaper add to the style.

Upper Floor A traditional polished oak staircase with carpet runner, curves around to the upper floor and the remaining accommodation. The neutral tones continue from the ground floor with decorative wall lights and timber doors. A cupboard provides storage and houses the hot water tank, there is also access to the loft space. Smoke alarm.

Bedroom 1 13’0” x 11’6” [3.97m x 3.53m] approx. Overlooking the side of the property is this wonderfully bright and spacious room which enjoys country views. The stylish décor is in soft tones with warm carpeting and built-in storage is provided by two double wardrobes. The good proportions allow ample space for free standing furniture.

Bedroom 2 12’0” x 11’6” [3.66m x 3.53m] approx. To the front, this spacious double bedroom is completed in neutral tones with carpeting. The proportions allow space for required furniture.

Bedroom 3 11’11” x 10’9” [ 3.65m x 3.28m] approx. This naturally bright room has an open outlook to the rear and is finished in soft tones with carpeting. There is plenty of space for items of required furniture and there is access to the eaves.

Bedroom 4 11’2” x 10’10” [3.41m x 3.31m] approx. Enjoying views over the side of the property, this final bedroom is a well proportioned double with space for furniture alongside a recessed wardrobe. The décor is simple in natural tones with carpeting.

Shower Room 8’1” x 6’3” [2.48m x 1.93m] approx. With a velux window for natural light, this family shower room has a three piece white suite which includes a w.c., wash hand basin built-into a large tiled surface with display space and under sink storage. The corner shower with sliding doors and mains pressure rain water head completes the suite. Finishing touches include extensive aqua panelling and splashback tiling, heated towel rail and wall mounted mirror. Extractor. Shaver point.

Outside The large plot extends to approximately 0.53 of an acre with the main garden being to the west side of the property. A loc-bloc parking area and patio extends around the property leading onto a vegetable garden which is sheltered with high hedging and mature trees, there is also a greenhouse for the keen gardener. A further area of grass to the rear is screened by hedging and has access to the boiler room with additional outside storage. The large area to the front is mostly laid to lawn with a barn and garage, which has power, light, workspace area and an abundance of storage, ideal for those requiring a workshop or wishing to keep animals.

Directions From Aberdeen head along the South Deeside Road for approximately 6 miles. Turn left staying on the B979/Netherley road and continue for 1.5 miles before turning left and following the road for 1 mile until reaching a crossroads. Turn right and after approximately half a mile the property is on the right hand side as indicated by our for sale board.

Notes Oil fired central heating. Part double glazing. EPC=F. The subjects will be sold inclusive of all fitted floor coverings, light fittings, curtains and blinds along with the Range cooker. Please note, the free standing appliances may be available by separate negotiation.

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