Banchory Kincardineshire AB31 Station Road
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- G Council Band
A detached stone-built family home with 1 bedroom annexe.
A detached stone-built 6 bedroom family home with 1 bedroom annexe located near to the heart of Banchory.
Aberdeen 20 miles
Bullet Points Reception hall | Inner hall | Drawing room | Kitchen/family room | Study/bedroom 5 | Kitchen | Utility room | Cloakroom | 4 Bedrooms | Family bathroom | Annexe: hall, open plan kitchen/lounge, bedroom with en suite shower room | Stunning garden | Parking | Large outbuildings | EPC Rating D
The property Woodbourne is a handsome period family home dating from 1880 offering almost 3,200 sq. ft. of light-filled accommodation arranged over three floors; the lower ground floor dedicated to a self-contained one bedroom annexe. The property benefits from attractive retained character features including large sash windows, high ceilings with fine cornicing, cast iron radiators and some original fireplaces. The top floor rooms enjoy south facing views to the surrounding countryside.
The ground floor accommodation flows from a reception hall with useful cloakroom leading to an inner through hall with a door to the rear garden, both with feature tiled flooring. It briefly comprises a large drawing room with wooden flooring and feature fireplace with inset woodburning stove, a generous study/bedroom 5 and a spacious open plan kitchen/living/ dining room with exposed wooden flooring and a feature fireplace with woodburning stove. The kitchen provides a range of wall and base units, a range cooker, Belfast sink and modern integrated appliances and there is a useful fitted utility room with a door to the garden.
Stairs from the inner hall rise to a spacious first floor landing giving access to four generous double bedrooms, two with feature bay windows, and to a spacious modern family bathroom with freestanding bath and separate walk-in shower.
Accessible over stairs from the inner hall, the lower ground floor is configured to provide a self-contained annexe with a hallway with useful storage, a spacious open plan kitchen/lounge with exposed wooden flooring and a generous double bedroom with en suite shower room.
General Local Authority: Aberdeenshire Council 0345 608 1208 Services: Electricity Mains Water Mains Drainage Mains Heating Mains Gas Freehold
Council Band G
Wayleaves and easements: the property is sold subject to any wayleaves or easements, whether mentioned in these particulars or not.
The property is approached through a fivebar gate over a driveway to the rear providing private parking. The enclosed landscaped garden surrounding the property is laid mainly to lawn and features a vegetable garden with greenhouse and raised beds, numerous seating areas and a large raised paved terrace, ideal for entertaining and al fresco dining, the whole screened by mature shrubs and trees.
The town of Banchory sits on the point where the River Dee meets the Feugh River, surrounded by beautiful Aberdeenshire countryside, and provides comprehensive facilities including a wide range of shops, cafés, restaurants and services including a GP surgery, library and sports centre, together with supermarkets, two primary schools and Banchory Academy secondary school. Golf is available at Banchory Golf Club or the nearby Inchmarlo Golf Centre, while the stunning landscapes of the Cairngorms National Park are within easy reach, as is the stunning coastline of northern Scotland. Aberdeen provides excellent shopping, culture and leisure facilities. The general area is renowned for its wide range of leisure pursuits including walking, cycling, golf, horse riding, hunting and fishing along the River Dee, with winter sports available within the Cairngorms National Park at both Glenshee and Aviemore.
Stonehaven station provides regular services to Aberdeen, where the mainline railway runs frequent daily express services to London as well as regular services to other parts of the country and an overnight sleeper service to London. Aberdeen International Airport has daily flights to London and operates routes to many other destinations including Amsterdam and Paris.
From the lights on the A93 where the B974 enters Banchory head east towards Aberdeen. After 100 m turn left onto Arbeadie Terrace and you will approach the rear of 23 Station Road on the right after 150m.Read more
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