Ravenscraig, 9 Murray Road Newtonhill, Stonehaven, AB39 3TP

Aspc ref: 361749

Price over £205,000

3 Bedrooms 1 PublicRooms 1 Bathrooms 95 m2 EPC E

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  • (Mr Burr)

3 Bdrm Semi-detached Dwellhouse. Ground flr: Hall. Lounge/Dining rm on open plan. Kitch. Bdrm. 1st flr: 2 Bdrms. Bathrm. Garden. Garage. Price over £205,000 Entry by arr. Viewing Mr Burr Tel 01569 730642 . (EPC band - E).


Forming part of the original picturesque fishing village of “Skateraw”, within the popular village of Newtonhill, we are delighted to offer this rare opportunity to acquire a charming coastal cottage which commands a spectacular open view of the rugged coastline and open sea from all front facing windows. Offering a generous level of accommodation spanning two floors, benefits include gas fired central heating, double glazed windows, and a detached single car garage with adjacent storage sheds accessed via a shared driveway at the side. The well proportioned accommodation is decorated in a neutral theme and the upstairs rooms in particular enjoy a bright and airy aspect, whilst at ground floor level the front facing rooms each boast fireplaces which create a cosy ambience. Included in the sale are all floor coverings, window blinds, curtains, light fittings and white goods in the kitchen, and the accommodation comprises: welcoming entrance hall; instantly appealing lounge/dining room on open plan aspect; well equipped kitchen providing direct access to the rear garden; three good sized double bedrooms, all affording floor space to accommodate free standing furniture; and a bright bathroom fitted with pale coloured 3-piece suite and over-bath shower. Outside there is an easily maintained garden area to the front of the property, whilst the fully enclosed rear garden enjoys a particularly private and sheltered aspect and is stocked with an array of flowering plants and shrubs which offer year-round colour.

LOCALITY: Newtonhill is a picturesque coastal village located approx 9 miles south of Aberdeen, with a good range of local amenities including a Tesco supermarket, convenience store, post office, pharmacy, and church. There are established scenic walks, and the adjacent dual carriageway provides easy access to the oil related offices at Portlethen, Altens and Tullos, as well as the bustling coastal town of Stonehaven to the south. There is an excellent local primary school and secondary education is available at either Portlethen Academy or Mackie Academy in Stonehaven.


ENTRANCE HALL: Central to the home, the welcoming entrance hall is entered via a partially glazed/timber front door, with a velux window drawing in ample natural light. Understair cloak cupboard. Carpeted floor. Staircase to first floor.

LOUNGE: 18’7” (into bay) x 12’3” approx. Instantly appealing lounge, the focal point of which is a charming natural stone fireplace with wooden mantle and cast iron stove (meantime disconnected). This well proportioned room has a front facing bay-style window which boasts an open view towards the sea, and a side window with deep display sill, each fitted with vertical blinds and curtains. TV aerial and satellite connection. Telephone point. Two circular spotlight fitting. Smoke detector.

DINING ROOM: 11’ x 8’5” approx. On open-plan concept with the lounge and continuing on with the same décor and carpeting, the dimensions of this area can comfortably accommodate a range of dining furniture. Spotlight fitting. Window overlooking the rear garden fitted with vertical blind and curtain.

FITTED KITCHEN: 16’4” x 7’10” approx. Well equipped with a comprehensive range of cathedral-style oak fronted units, incorporating built-in wine racks, complemented by contrasting work surfaces and splashback tiling. 1.5 stainless steel sink and drainer with mixer tap, above which is a rear facing window overlooking the garden. “DeLonghi” range with 5-burner gas hob and double electric oven/grill. The “Bosch” dishwasher and “Hotpoint” fridge/freezer will remain. Plumbed for automatic washing machine. Central heating boiler housed within a wall unit. Smoke detector. Recessed downlighters. Roller blinds. Partially glazed door to rear garden.

DOUBLE BEDROOM 3: 18’7” (into bay) x 10’6” approx. Attractively presented room with front facing bay-style window, rear window, feature wooden fireplace with cast iron inset and hearth, and picture lights either side. Restored original floorboards and pine lined ceiling. Vertical blinds and curtains fitted to the windows.

FIRST FLOOR: A carpeted staircase with open spindle balustrade ascends to the first floor accommodation. Smoke detector.

DOUBLE BEDROOM 1: 13’3” x 13’1” approx. Offering a breath-taking open view towards the cliffs and open sea, this bright and spacious bedroom affords space for free standing furniture. Neutral décor with contrasting carpet, vertical window blind and curtains. Ceiling pendant.

DOUBLE BEDROOM 2: 11’2” x 10’1” approx. Again boasting a stunning sea view from the front facing window, this good sized bedroom features exposed wooden ceiling beams and built-in bedside cabinets. Ceiling pendant, co-ordinating décor, curtains and carpet.

BATHROOM: Bright bathroom fitted with a pale coloured 3-piece suite, electric over-bath shower, and shower curtain. Ceramic wall tiling to the splashback areas. Built-in cupboard fitted with hanging rail and shelves. Pine, mirror fronted medicine cabinet and co-ordinating accessories. Recessed downlighters. Opaque glass rear facing window fitted with tied-back voile screens. Vinyl floor covering.

OUTSIDE: Exclusive area of garden ground at the front of the property, laid in granite chips for easy maintenance. At the rear, the fully enclosed rear garden enjoys a particularly sunny and private aspect and displays an abundant variety of mature flowering shrubs, plants, climbers and trees. Paved patio offering a sheltered space for outdoor relaxation. Drying green. Water tap.

SINGLE GARAGE: Detached from the home and accessed via a shared driveway to the side of the property, the garage has an up-and-over front door, power and light. Two adjacent stone-built sheds, also with power supply, provide generous external storage facilities.

DIRECTIONS: Travel south from Aberdeen on the A90, exiting off the dual carriageway where signposted for Newtonhill. Take the first exit off the mini roundabout and follow the road to the end, crossing over the bridge and turning the left. Turn right onto Skateraw Road and travel to the end where Murray Road is on the left hand side.

Arrange a viewing

  • Tel 01569 730642
  • (Mr Burr)


Gavin Bain & Co.

432 Union Street Aberdeen AB10 1TR


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