Wayside Cottage, 18 North Deeside Road Kincardine O'Neil, Aboyne, AB34 5AA

Price over £235,000


Aspc ref: 361851

3 Bedrooms 2 PublicRooms 1 Bathrooms 102 m2 EPC E

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We are delighted to offer for sale this charming traditional detached cottage, located at the heart of the village of Kincardine O’Neil, one of the oldest villages on Royal Deeside. Kincardine O’Neil lies between the thriving towns of Banchory and Aboyne and approximately twenty five miles west of Aberdeen.

Entry to the property is via a partially glazed door which leads directly into the warm and welcoming reception hall. Of neutral décor and including the original hardwood flooring, a carpeted staircase leads to the living accommodation on the first floor, while a large understair cupboard is perfect for storing outdoor clothing and footwear.

The lounge is a spacious, bright room which enjoys views over the front and rear of the property. The perfect living space in which to relax with the family, the lounge has been decorated in a traditional style to compliment the original hardwood floor and deep ceiling coving. Central to the lounge is the striking fireplace, with black granite hearth, upon which sits a Dowling wood burning stove.

The formal dining room is also situated overlooking the front of the property, and is a bright room of neutral décor. Being the ideal location for formal dining and entertainment, the dining room would also be well utilised as a family room depending on the requirements of the purchaser. With original hardwood flooring, the dining room includes an attractive fireplace with a wooden mantel and black granite hearth.

Bedroom Three is a spacious, light room of neutral décor overlooking the rear garden. This room could also be used as a study or hobby room depending on the purchasers requirements. A second door leads from Bedroom Three into the rear hall, which features slate flooring and access to the well appointed WC cloakroom.

From the rear hall a short set of slated steps lead up to the dining kitchen, which is fitted with a range of base and wall units, with large windows to three sides of the kitchen ensuring a good flow of natural light into this room.

From the dining kitchen, a door leads to the rear porch, which provides ease of access to the driveway. With a partially glazed door and slate flooring, the porch also provides access to the integral garage, which also functions as a utility room and unique “bar” area, while also providing access to the rear garden.

Ascending the carpeted staircase, the landing provides access to the loft space. Two good sized double bedrooms both overlooking the front of the property have ample space for freestanding furniture. One bedroom has a “wall” of built in shelving and hanging space while a traditional fireplace is a particular feature of the bedroom on the west side.

Completing the living accommodation is the family bathroom, which is of generous proportions and features a white two piece suite comprising of a wash hand basin and traditional style WC and a large enamel roll top bath with overhead shower.

Outside, the front garden is mostly laid with decorative stone chips with herbaceous borders. A tarmac driveway provides ample off street parking and leads to the single garage which benefits from both power and light and would make the perfect workshop. A good sized rear garden is mostly laid to lawn, with timber fencing around the borders providing a high degree of privacy.

Viewing of this delightful traditional family home is highly recommended in order to truly appreciate the living accommodation available.

Kincardine O’Neil is approximately 25 miles west of Aberdeen and is within easy commuting distance of Westhill, Kingswells and Aberdeen, with a regular bus service into the City Centre and to Aboyne. The oldest village on Deeside, it is an ideal location for outdoor enthusiasts who enjoy walking, fishing, gliding, skiing and other sports. Kincardine O’Neil has a primary school, with secondary schooling available at nearby Aboyne and Banchory. Locally, there are a range of shops and other community facilities, while in Aboyne and Banchory there is a larger choice of amenities.


Ground Floor: Reception Hall, Lounge, Dining Room, Bedroom Three, Rear Hall, WC Cloakroom, Dining Kitchen, Rear Porch, Integral Single Garage, Store Room.

First Floor: Two Double Bedrooms and a Family Bathroom

Directions Travelling from Aberdeen on the main North Deeside Road (A93) continue through Banchory in a westerly direction towards Aboyne. On entering the village of Kincardine O’Neil, 18 North Deeside Road is located on the right hand side, opposite the primary school as is clearly indicated by our Mackinnons For Sale sign.

Notes Charming Detached Cottage Large Rear Garden Garage/Workshop Oil Central Heating 102m2 Council Tax Band F EPC Band E

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