Keabog Mill, Drumlithie Stonehaven, AB39 3XA

Aspc ref: 364754

Price over £440,000

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4 Bedrooms 2 PublicRooms 2 Bathrooms 287 m2 EPC D Council Tax Band G

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4 Bdrm Semi-detached Dwellhouse (converted steading). Ground flr: Reception hall. Lounge. Office. Cloakrm with wc. Dining kitch. Utility rm. Dining area/Sitting rm on semi-open plan. 1st flr: Galleried study area. 4 Bdrms 1 with ensuite. Bathrm (CT band - G). Additional buildings, land and property may be available by separate negotiation. . Garden. Garage. Parking. Price over £440,000 Entry by arr. Viewing contact solicitors. (EPC band - D).

Description

Forming part of an exclusive steading development, within an easy commute of the A90 and AWPR for easy access to the North or South, this truly impressive four bedroomed family home has been converted and finished to an exceptionally high standard by the current owners. With a tremendous attention to detail, the property retains many original features of the original building, from internal doors to exposed beams and panelling. A welcoming reception hall with exposed granite wall and bespoke oak staircase leads to the charming lounge with stunning views towards the garden and mature woodland beyond. A concealed entrance leads from the lounge to the home office. The superb dining kitchen, with bespoke Welsh oak and granite base units and four oven oil fired AGA, enjoys an open plan layout with the generous dining area/sitting room with vaulted ceiling and imposing open fireplace. A staircase leads to the galleried landing/study area. A useful cloakroom completes the ground floor. Upstairs, the master bedroom is further enhanced by an en suite bathroom with antique bath and separate shower. There is a further double bedroom and two spacious single bedrooms. The well appointed family bathroom, also with antique bath and separate shower, completes the accommodation. The property has a top of the range ground source heat system as well as a separate continuous air and heat exchange ventilation system providing fresh, filtered air through the house. The house has both network cabling and speaker/internal phone system cabling throughout and a monitored alarm system.

Set within extensive garden grounds with a lovely mature woodland backdrop, the gardens are mainly laid to lawn with a large ornamental pond which attracts much local wildlife and a large garden shed supplied with water and electricity. The property is further enhanced by a substantial garage/workshop store meausitng approx. 15m x 5m. This is accessed directly from the vaulted sitting room and is part of further sections of the steading which may be available by separate negotiation. Additional buildings, land and property may be available by separate negotiation. Additional buildings, land and property may also be avaialble.

Viewing of this truly unique property is highly recommended to fully appreciate the location and accommodation on offer.

Drumlithie is a small village located approximately 6 miles south of Stonehaven. Amenities within the village include a hotel, village hall and bowling green. Primary education is available within the village with secondary education being available at either Mearns Academy in Laurencekirk or Mackie Academy in Stonehaven.

Reception Hall: Entered via a solid oak door, this welcoming reception hall provides access to most ground floor accommodation. This good sized hall features an exposed granite wall, original wood linings and attractive flagstone flooring with underfloor heating. A bespoke oak staircase leads to the upper floor and a full height window overlooks the rear with fully glazed door giving access to garden. Understair cupboard. Alarm panel. Smoke detector.

Lounge: 28’0” x 17’10” [8.55m x 5.45m] approx. A generous room which boasts three arched windows overlooking the rear garden. Double French doors lead to the stone chipped terrace. Particular focal points are the original wood lined walls and pitch pine beams and columns. Flagstone floor with underfloor heating. Wired for ceiling projector and screen. Wall mounted TV bracket to remain. Concealed door to study.

Home Office: 16’1” x 10’11” [4.90m x 3.35m] approx. Accessed via the lounge, this spacious room is currently used as a home office. Window with deep display sill with views to open countryside. Flagstone floor with underfloor heating.

Cloakroom: Centrally set and fitted with a white two piece suite. Flagstone floor.

Dining Kitchen: 20’8” x 15’8” [6.30m x 4.80m] approx. Fitted with a range of quality bespoke oak units with partial granite and solid oak work surface incorporating a Belfast style sink with mixer tap and drainer. A particular feature is the gravity fed oil fired AGA range cooker with twin hot plates, four ovens and glass splashback. Space for a free standing conventional cooker and fridge/freezer which will be included in the sale. Window to central courtyard with further window to the rear and pond and a glazed door to the rear terrace. Ample space for a breakfast table and chairs. Attractive wood and glass display shelving and cupboard separates the kitchen from the dining area. Hatch to useful cellar area which is equipped with power and light. The kitchen is served by a separate utility room. Wood linings and exposed beams.

Utility Room: This useful area is fitted with excellent shelved storage facilities and offers ample space for a washing machine, tumble dryer, additional sink and an extra fridge/freezer. Ground source heating boiler. Flagstone floor. Alarm system.

Dining Area/Sitting Room: 33’10” x 15’10” [10.30m x 4.80m] approx. On semi open plan layout with the kitchen, this impressive room allows ample space for a range of furnishings including family dining table and chairs. Of generous proportions, this exceptionally light and airy room boasts many appealing features including an imposing exposed granite wall incorporating an impressive granite fireplace with an attractive sandstone surround housing an open fire set on a slate hearth. The cast iron inset and cradle basket may be available by separate negotiation. Vaulted ceiling with exposed beams and velux windows, two of which are remote control. The full height window to the central courtyard floods the room with natural light. Flagstone floor with underfloor heating. Bespoke oak staircase with deep understair cupboard leads to the galleried study area.

Stairs to Galleried Study Area: From the dining area, an attractive oak staircase leads to the galleried upper landing which is currently used as a study with superb views over the open plan dining area/sitting room. Velux windows allow natural light into the area. French oak flooring. Hatch to loft space. Oak door to master bedroom.

Stairs to Upper Floor: From the reception hall, a further bespoke oak staircase with attractive balustrade and banister leads to the upper landing and remaining accommodation. Velux windows allow a good deal of natural light to the area. A particular feature of the stairwell is the original wood linings which retain the charm of the property. Low level feature windows with deep display sills and fitted cupboard housing the Villavent heat exchange for fresh air filtering throughout the house.

Master Bedroom: 17’8” x 13’10” [5.40m x 4.20m] approx. at widest. Accessed from the upper landing and the galleried study area, this well proportioned double bedroom boasts double French doors to the Juliette balcony with views over the surrounding countryside. A vaulted ceiling features exposed beams and fresh neutral décor is complemented by French oak flooring. Ample space for a range of free standing furnishings. This room is further enhanced by an en suite bathroom.

En Suite Bathroom: 11’8” x 6’11” [3.55m x 2.10m] approx. Beautifully appointed with a white suite comprising wash hand basin, w.c., bidet and antique roll top bath with ball and claw feet with shower attachment to taps. Separate fully tiled shower enclosure housing a mains pressure drench head shower with further shower attachment. Mirror with light fitment to remain. Shaver point. Fully tiled throughout. Sun pipe allows natural light into the area. French oak flooring.

Bedroom 2: 16’6” x 11’3” [5.00m x 3.45m] approx. Spacious double bedroom benefiting from windows on two aspects. Ample space for free standing furniture.

Bedroom 3: 10’2” x 9’10” [3.10m x 3.00m] approx. Bright bedroom with velux window and further low level feature window. Space for free standing furniture.

Bedroom 4: 10’2” x 9’10” [3.10m x 3.00m] approx. Further good sized bedroom with velux window. Space for free standing furniture.

Family Bathroom: Fitted with a white suite comprising w.c., wash hand basin and antique roll top bath with ball and claw feet with shower attachment to taps. Double fully tiled shower enclosure housing a mains pressure drench head shower with further shower attachment. Mirror with light fitment to remain. Shaver point. Fully tiled throughout. Velux window.

Outbuildings: Accessed from the central courtyard and from the vaulted sitting area, situated adjacent to the property, is a generous garage/workshop/store. Forming part of the remaining steading building, this substantial area is equipped with power and light. The area is believed suitable for conversion to further accommodation provided the relevant planning consents are obtained. An additional section of the steading may be available by separate negotiation.

Garden Grounds: Ample parking is available within the central courtyard and an exclusive driveway leads around the steading to bespoke gates which give access to the substantial fully enclosed gardens. Mainly laid to lawn with several mature borders stocked with shrubs, trees and seasonal plants, a particular feature is the established pond which draws an abundance of wildlife that inhabit the area including a variety of birds. The gardens are screened by mature hedges and enjoy a mature woodland backdrop with gated access to stunning walks in the surrounding countryside and an iron age cairn at Carmont Hill. A sitting area provides superb views over the surrounding countryside. External power point cabling, water supply piping and lighting. A large garden shed equipped with power, light and water will remain. A large circular barbeque/sitting area is near completion.

Directions: Travelling south of Stonehaven, continue on the dual carriageway and take the Temple of Fiddes exit to the right. At the five roads staggered junction, take the first right signposted for Keabog. Continue on the tarred road which becomes a farm track, taking the left fork and continue up the hill. The Mill is located within the courtyard, as indicated by our For Sale board.

Notes: Ground source heating and fresh air exchange throughout, with underfloor heating to the ground floor and radiators to the upper floor. Double glazing. The property benefits from full network wiring with internal telephone lines. Private water supply which has been completely renewed and provides mains pressure hot and cold water. Drainage to a septic tank. EPC=D. Some items of furniture may be available by separate negotiation.

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1 Market Buildings Stonehaven AB39 2BY

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