Cromwell House, High Street Auchenblae, Laurencekirk, AB30 1WR

Price over £325,000


Aspc ref: 364074

6 Bedrooms 2 PublicRooms 2 Bathrooms 187 m2 EPC E

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We are delighted to offer for sale this superb refurbished and tastefully decorated five bedroomed period family home. Built in 1881 this category ‘B’ listed property provides generous accommodation on three levels with the current owners having refitted the kitchen with bespoke hand made furnishings imported from France, traditional features include pitch pine doors, skirtings and facings, reclaimed solid wood flooring, traditional radiators in many rooms together with original and reclaimed fireplaces. The large rear garden has secluded patio areas and a covered bar providing excellent space for outdoor entertaining. Heating is provided by an oil fired central heating system with additional wood burning and multi-fuel stove in the dining kitchen and ground floor hall and underfloor heating in the family/dining room, main family bathroom and shower room. There are traditional sash and case windows in most rooms, some with built-in window seats. The outside bar, log store, sheds, dog kennel and tree house are included in the sale, other items may be sold by separate negotiation. Viewing is highly recommended to appreciate this historic property.

Entrance Hall 15’7” x 9’7” [4.75m x 2.92m] approx. A hardwood exterior door with decorative stained glass panels gives access to this welcoming entrance hall. A multi-fuel stove is built-into an antique red brick fireplace with wooden mantel. Traditional style radiator. Pitch pine doors leading to the lounge and shower room with steps leading up to the family/dining room.

Lounge 19’11” x 13’9” [6.07m x 4.19m] approx. Boasting a feature fireplace made from reclaimed solid oak with arched inset and stone hearth this beautiful spacious room has two sash and case windows overlooking the front allowing ample natural light. Traditional style radiators. TV point. Telephone point.

Shower Room Benefitting from a modern three piece white suite comprising a w.c., wash hand basin set within a built-in vanity unit with tiled splashback and corner shower cubicle with mains rainforest shower unit and full tiling. Heated towel rail. Spotlights. Opaque window to rear.

Family/Dining Room 14’0” x 13’72 [4.27m x 4.14m] approx. A well proportioned bright room boasting a feature fireplace with a cast iron inset and tiled side panelling in the style of Charles Rennie MacIntosh with granite hearth. Solid wood flooring with under floor heating. Two sash and case windows to the front. Traditional radiator. Door to dining kitchen. Bespoke staircase leading to the first floor. TV point. Telephone point.

Dining Kitchen 19’6” x 11’7” [5.94m x 3.53m] approx.  Situated to the rear of the property and tastefully modernised by the current owners with bespoke furnishings imported from France incorporating wall and floor units, island unit with solid wood work surfaces, built-in dresser, electric master range cooker and hood and wood burning stove with stone hearth. Spacious area for dining table and chairs. Large concertina uPVC door which folds back to open onto the garden. Door to:

Utility Room A useful addition by the present owners with double Belfast sink unit, fridge/freezer, tumble dryer, washing machine and dishwasher with worktop space. uPVC door to rear garden.

Upper Hall Galleried first floor landing with large window allowing ample natural light into the hall. Built-in cupboard with shelving space and housing the pressurised water tank. An understair cupboard provides additional storage. Access is given to two double bedrooms, a single bedroom and family bathroom. A carpeted staircase leads to the second floor.

Master Bedroom 14’6” x 10’4” [4.42m x 3.15m] approx. Beautifully decorated master bedroom enjoying views to the front of the property. Sash and case windows with window seat and pine shutters. Decorative cast iron fireplace with stone hearth. Original stripped pine floor. Traditional style radiator.

Bedroom 2 11’2” x 10’2” [3.40m x 3.10m] approx.  A further good sized double bedroom to the front with traditional windows and shutters. Window seat. Recess with original sandstone mantel. Further alcove with shelving. Built-in cupboard providing shelf and hanging space. Traditional style radiator. TV point.

Family BathroomTastefully decorated spacious bathroom with four piece suite comprising w.c., wash hand basin, roll top bath with shower attachment and corner tiled shower cabinet with rainforest mains shower. Tiled to dado height. Window to rear. Underfloor heating with ceramic floor tiles.

Dressing Room/Bedroom 6 10’8” x 8’7” [3.25m x 2.62m] approx. Versatile bright room with dual aspect windows to the front and side with wooden shutters currently used as a dressing room. Feature cast iron fireplace with tiled panels and marble hearth. Traditional style radiator.

Second Floor Landing  A carpeted staircase with wooden balustrade leads to the top floor landing and the remaining accommodation. Window to rear.

Bedroom 3 13’4” x 12’11” [4.06m x 3.94m] approx. Spacious double bedroom with dual aspect windows to the front and rear. TV point. Traditional style radiator.

Bedroom 4 13’5” x 10’7” [4.09m x 3.23m] approx. A further good sized double bedroom with dual aspect windows making this a bright room. Hardwood flooring. Traditional style radiator.

Bedroom 5 12’3” x 9’6” [3.73m x 2.89m] approx.  Well proportioned double bedroom with velux window to the front of the property. Space for free standing furniture. TV point.

Cloakroom Incorporating a white two piece suite with electric macerator toilet system and wash hand basin with tiled splashback. Mirrored wall cabinets.

Outside The low maintenance front garden is laid to lawn with lavender borders and cobble stone path leading to the entrance. Wooden gates to the side of the property lead to a shared driveway giving access to vehicles. The extensive rear garden features a secluded patio area with decorative trellis, log store, Keter shed and brick shed housing the boiler. A stone path leads to the fully enclosed main rear garden which is accessed by a few steps, mainly laid to lawn and boasts outstanding countryside views. Large covered bar area with electricity and solar lighting. Further patio area. Bespoke tree house. The wooden shed and dog kennel will also remain.

Directions Travelling south on the A90, take the B966 Fettercairn turning and follow the road until signposted Auchenblae. Travel along this road until reaching the village. Turn right at the junction onto High Street and Cromwell House is situated on the right hand side, as indicated by our for sale board.

Notes Oil central heating. Part double glazing. EPC=E. All carpets, light fittings, curtains and white goods will be included, along with the bar, sheds, tree house and kennel.

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Raeburn Christie Clark & Wallace

1 Market Buildings Stonehaven AB39 2BY


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