Broombank, 16 James Street Oldmeldrum, Inverurie, AB51 0ET
Aspc ref: 356185
Price over £420,000
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4 Bdrm Detached Listed Grade B. Dwellhouse. Ground flr: Hall. Drawing rm. Sitting rm/Bdrm. Utility rm. Shower rm. Lounge/Dining rm/Kitch on open plan. Mezzanine Sitting area. 1st flr: 2 Bdrms. Bathrm. Granny Annexe/B&B/Holiday Let: hall. Lounge/Bdrm. Dining kitch. Bathrm (CT band - D). Garden. Parking. Price over £420,000 Entry by arr. Viewing 01651 872797. (EPC band - F).
3/4 Bedroomed ‘B Listed’ property in the heart of Oldmeldrum
Spacious accommodation throughout Architect designed extension to the rear Gas central heating Well stocked walled garden as featured on The Beechgrove Garden Spacious stone chipped driveway
Separate Byre Conversion suitable as Granny Annex/B&B or Holiday Let
Description: We are delighted to offer for sale this stunning ‘B Listed’ early Georgian property, nestled in the very heart of Oldmeldrum, providing spacious family accommodation with all the benefits of a modern family home. The latest architect designed extension added in 2000, won an “Aberdeenshire Design Award” in 2002 but retains some of the original features salvaged from the property when the current owners moved in, including fire surrounds, cast iron radiators and wooden shutters. In addition to the property itself, there is a byre conversion, the last Feuers byre in Oldmeldrum, which could have an array of uses, ideal to be used as a guest or Granny Annex, a Home Office/Studio or as a B&B or Holiday Let. Broombank benefits for 3/4 double bedrooms and separate living accommodation with a bespoke family dining kitchen. The property has been sympathetically decorated throughout and benefits from mains Gas. Completing the package is the walled garden which makes the property incredibly private, providing the peace of the countryside within its village centre location. The garden has an abundance of plants, shrubs, fruit trees and bushes and is a hive of activity for birds, bees and small wildlife. There is also a Summer House and a stone built shed with power, light and a sink. There are graveled areas to each side of the property, one providing ample parking the other a secluded patio. Apart for the reasonably recent extension the entire property, byre and garden is ‘B Listed’ so not only are you buying a wonderful family home you are also investing in a little piece of history.
Early viewing is highly recommended to see all this property has to offer.
Location: Broombank is situated in the heart of the thriving Village of Oldmeldrum. The Village boasts a variety of local shops and amenities all of which are within walking distance of the property. Oldmeldrum has a private Nursery, Primary School and Secondary Education is provided at nearby Meldrum Academy all within the Village. Broombank is only a short drive away from Inverurie, Dyce, Bridge of Don and Aberdeen making it an ideal location for commuting with public transport also available from the Village. There are also two golf courses and driving range facilities, bowling club, pleasure park and a plentiful range of activities for children of all ages.
Directions: Travelling from Inverurie towards Oldmeldrum, at the first roundabout take the second exit into the Village. Continue straight on up through the Village passing the Primary School on the right and heading towards the shops. Once in the square turn left along Urquhart Road and take the second road on the left into James Street. Broombank is located along here on the right hand side clearly identified by a Peterkins For Sale sign.
Entrance Hallway: Entered through double doors with opaque glass. The hallway has wall mounted light fitments, smoke detector, and coving. It has been decorated neutrally and has coat hooks. Rich coloured carpet. Door gives access to the quiet drawing room and study (potential bedroom) and carpeted stair leads to the upper floor. There is also a part glazed door which leads onto the more modern extension at the rear of the property. There is an understair cupboard which is shelved and houses the fuse box and meters.
Drawing Room: 14’3” x 13’7” (4.34m x 4.14m) Located to one side of the hall there is a drawing room with dual aspect windows to front and rear. Windows have curtains. The drawing room is decorated in pastel tones with ceiling light fitment. A wonderful feature of the room is the original fireplace with open fire, wood mantel and surround with stone hearth. There are two doors which give access to the shelved storage cupboards. Telephone point. Neutral coloured carpet.
Sitting Room/ Bedroom/ Study: 15’7” x 13’9” (4.74m x 4.19m) To the opposite side of the hallway is located the study with dual aspect windows. Windows have shutters, this room is also decorated neutrally with ceiling light fitment and coving. A MorsØ gas fueled burner is set in an Inglenook fireplace with slate hearth. Currently used as a study but could be used as a sitting room or bedroom. There are telephone and television points. Door gives access to a shelved storage cupboard. Stained wooden floor boards.
Inner Hallway: The inner hallway is wood panelled to dado height with wall paper above and tiled floor. There are two part glazed doors which lead outside. Access is also given from the inner hallway to the lounge/family/dining room, utility room, shower room and through to the entrance hallway.
Utility Room: 8’5” x 6’10” (2.56m x 2.08m) The utility room has a window overlooking the garden. The utility room is fitted with a range of wall and base units with single bowl stainless steel sink with mixer tap and drainer. Plumbed for washing machine (washing machine to remain) and houses the central heating boiler. This is a great sized room, which is decorated neutrally with ceiling light fitment and is carpeted.
Shower Room: The downstairs shower room is fitted with a two piece suite comprising wash-hand basin and W.C. There is also a separate shower cubicle with a mains fed power shower. Tiled to full height in cubicle area with ceiling downlight and extractor fan. Decorated in neutral tones. There is a tiled spashback behind the wash-hand basin with mirror above. Vanity corner unit. Heated towel rail. Carpeted.
Lounge/Dining Room: 25’7” x 14’11” (7.79m x 4.54m) The lounge/dining area is part of the award winning extension and is on open plan with the kitchen. Glass gable, has sliding doors and makes the room incredibly light and airy. There are also French doors to the side giving access out to the garden. Windows have curtains. The dining area has ample space for a large dining table and chairs along with a range of freestanding furniture. Exposed ceiling beams with ceiling light fitment. The lounge area has a Gas fired stove with period wood fire surround, with slate hearth. This fireplace was saved during the extension and development of the property. Television and telephone points. Wood flooring.
Kitchen: 14’11” x 7’10” (4.54m x 2.38m) A wonderful feature of the property is the bespoke “Lethenty Mill” fitted kitchen with Beech wood frontals and Iroko worktops. There is a Belfast sink with mixer tap, space for a dishwasher and under unit fridge and freezer (dishwasher, fridge and freezer to remain). Decorated neutrally with triple aspect windows. Four ring Gas hob with tiled splashback behind. Glass fronted display units. Eye level double oven, one with grill. Extractor hood above hob. Ceiling downlights and light fitments. The kitchen area is open plan with the dining room and lounge and has telephone and television point. Carpeted.
Mezzanine Sitting Area: 19’7” x 11’7” (5.96m x 3.53m) Spiral staircase leads from the dining area to the mezzanine floor. The mezzanine seating area overlooks the lounge and has glass panel balustrade providing lots of natural light to this level. Window to opposite end. Exposed ceiling beams with ceiling light fitment. Decorated neutrally. Television and telephone points and broadband hub. Wood flooring.
Stairs to Upper Floor: Carpeted stair leads to the half landing. Branching off one way there is the family bathroom along with two cupboards, one with the water cylinder and the second a storage cupboard which has ceiling light fitment and coat hooks. To the opposite side of the landing there is the upper hallway which gives access to the two double bedrooms. The upper hallway has window to front, wall mounted lights, coving, is decorated neutrally and is carpeted. There is an access hatch to the loft space, the loft is floored and has power and light.
Family Bathroom: 12’0” x 10’10” (3.65m x 3.30m) The family bathroom is fitted with a four piece suite comprising wash-hand basin, bath, W.C. and bidet. There is also a separate shower cubicle with mains fed power shower. Tiled to full height in the shower cubicle area. Ceiling light fitment. Extractor fan. Painted wood panelling to dado height. Decorated in pale tones. Heated towel rail. Window overlooking the garden with curtains. Marmoleum flooring.
Master Bedroom: 15’9” x 13’5” (4.80m x 4.08m) The master bedroom is a bright and spacious room which has dual aspect windows to the front and side. Windows have shutters. A wonderful feature of the room is the fireplace with wood mantel and surround. Cast iron inset along with tiling and stone hearth. The bedroom is decorated neutrally, with ceiling light fitment, coving and picture rail. Door gives access to a shelved storage cupboard. Television and telephone points. There is ample space for a large double bed along with a range of freestanding furniture. Varnished wooden floorboards.
Bedroom 2: 14’7” x 13’5” (4.44m x 4.08m) The second double bedroom is located to the opposite side of the hallway again with dual aspect windows with curtains, filling the room with natural light. There is a ceiling light fitment, coving, and picture rail. Decorated neutrally with built-in furniture. There is again ample space for a large double bed along with a range of freestanding furniture. Television and telephone points. There is also a door to a shelved storage cupboard which provides additional storage. Carpeted.
BYRE CONVERSION/GRANNY ANNEX/ B&B/ HOLIDAY LET: Part glazed door gives access to the byre. The byre has been converted into additional accommodation and would be an ideal guest or granny flat or holiday let, home office/studio etc.
Hallway: The hallway is decorated neutrally with door leading to the dining kitchen, living space. Carpeted stair leads to the upper floor which is the lounge/bedroom area. There is also a door which leads to the bathroom and a door to the understair storage cupboard which houses the fuse box. Decorated neutrally and carpeted with ceiling light fitment and smoke detector.
Dining Kitchen: 18’5” x 8’9” (5.61m x 2.66m) The dining kitchen living area has dual aspect windows and door which leads out to the front of the property. There are wall mounted light fitments. Television and telephone points. The kitchen is fitted with a range of wall, base and drawer units with space for an under unit fridge and a slot-in cooker (fridge and cooker to remain). Wood effect laminate worktop with 1½ bowl sink with mixer tap and drainer. Tiled splashback behind sink area. Neutral décor. Ceiling downlights, coving and extractor fan. Carpeted.
Bathroom: 6’11” x 5’7” (2.10m x 1.70m) The bathroom is fitted with a white three piece suite comprising wash-hand basin, W.C. and bath. Bath has shower fitment coming off the taps and shower curtain. Decorated neutrally, with ceiling light fitment, extractor fan, wall hung towel rail, floating glass shelving, and shaver point. Tiled to full height in bath area and behind wash-hand basin and W.C. wall. Wood effect vinyl flooring.
Lounge/Bedroom: 17’11” x 14’9” (5.46m x 4.49m) A carpeted stair with handrail leads to the upper floor which is the living/bedroom accommodation. This area is bright and airy with window overlooking the gardens. Decorated neutrally with exposed beams. Ceiling light fitment. There is ample space for a bed and a range of living furniture. Television and telephone points. Carpeted.
Outside: As featured in an episode of the Beechgrove Gardena stunning part of the property is the Walled Garden which makes the property incredibly private. The garden itself is mainly laid to lawn with exceptionally well stocked borders incorporating an array of plants, shrubs and bushes including a selection of fruit trees and bushes providing an abundance of fruit: there are plum, apple, and cherry trees and raspberry bushes. The garden has been exceptionally well maintained, and benefits from a large stone chipped driveway for parking, a sheltered patio area and a painted Summer House. The garden has an outside electrical point, and a gate which leads through to the stone build shed at the side of the property which has light, power and water and is a great additional storage space.
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