Burnett House, Burn O'Bennie Road
Upper Coullie is in a picturesque south facing location with outstanding views to the north towards Bennachie.
The proeprty was formerly a small croft; it has lain empty for years.
The seller owns all the surrounding land and proposes to retain the private track. The steading is to be demolished to make way for a substantial two storey 3 bedroom house which is to be built in a traditional local style; the house will command excellent views over the surrounding countryside.
Lot 2: Proposed Dwelling 1 Offers over £75,000
To be built of block walls with Kemnay grey and Correnie pink dry dash, under a natural slate roof with sash and case look windows, cast iron gutters and downpipes and to be painted in Monymusk red.
Ground floor (internal sizes) drawing 21B: Kitchen/dining 7.0m x 4.5m Living room 7.0m x 4.5m Utility & Store 4.4m x 1.9m Bathroom 3.0m x 2.0m Porch 2.3m x 1.9m Double Garage 6.0m x 5.8m First floor: Bedroom 1 7.0m x 4.3m Ensuite 2.6m x 1.9m Bedroom 2 4.5m x 3.0m Bedroom 3 4.5m x 3.0m Shower Room 2.6m x 1.9m
Existing building to be completely demolished.
Planning Planning permission was granted ref APP/2013/0889 on 17th September 2013. Prospective purchasers are advised that they must make their own enquiries about the planning permission of the local planning authority: Aberdeenshire Council, Woodhill House, Westburn Road, Aberdeen AB16 5GB Tel: 01224 664221.
Services: Private water supply available but option for mains water to be connected circa 1km to the south east. New drainage system to be installed for the house with soakaway in field to the north.
Also available: Lot 1: 4 Upper Coullie Offers over £110,000
A detached traditional house built of granite under a slate roof and surrounded by open farmland. The house is to have block walls of Kemnay & Corrennie drydash finishes, with a natural slate roof, sash and case look windows, cast iron gutters and downpipes and to be finished in Monymusk red paint.
The existing house is on one level and is currently divided into 5 rooms. The floor area is 7.9m x 7.2m and is built of granite under a slate roof.
It is proposed to keep the east, north and west facing walls and to extend the existing building to the south with a garage to the west, and to keep it on one level.
Proposed house (internal sizes) drawing 010B: Living room (S&W) 5.6m x 4.5m Kitchen (E) 4.3m x 3.9m Sun Porch (W) 4.7m x 2.9m Bedroom 1 ensuite (N) 4.9m x 3.2m Bedroom 2 (N) 3.2m x 3.6m Bedroom 3 (E) 3.0m x 3.2m Bathroom 3.3m x 1.9m Double Garage 6.0m x 5.2m
Services Lot 1: Mains electricity (disconnected). Private water supply available but option for mains water to be connected circa 1km to the south east. New drainage system to be installed with soakaway in field to west.
PLEASE NOTE THAT LOT 3 IS UNDER OFFER
This property has 0.12 acres of land.
Monymusk 3 miles, Inverurie 7 miles, Aberdeen 19 miles
Upper Coullie is located 19 miles west of Aberdeen, between the villages of Monymusk and Kemnay with Inverurie being the nearest principle town. The property is within easy commuting distance of Aberdeen.
The property is approached from the east through open countryside along a road which skirts the Fetternear Park wall.
Monymusk is a conservation village. It has a primary school, post office with general store, hotel, church and arts centre. Salmon and trout fishing are available on the River Don. The surrounding hills offer walking, mountain biking and cross country skiing. Secondary schooling is available in Alford. Inverurie and Alford, the nearest principle towns, offer a comprehensive range of shopping facilities.
Aberdeen City Centre has a wide selection of shopping, leisure, recreational and entertainment facilities, which befit its status as the Oil Capital of Europe. Aberdeen is an educational centre boasting 2 Universities and further educational colleges and research institutes. There are a number of private schools in Aberdeen including Robert Gordons, Albyn and St Margarets.
From Aberdeen take the A96 northwards towards Inverurie. At the Kintore roundabout take the turning to Kemnay and continue into Kemnay on the B993. Turn right into the village and bear left westwards out of the village following the signs for Blairdaff. Follow the road past the Fetternear wall for 1 mile and just beyond the turning to Blairdaff turn left up the estate road. Upper Coullie is on the right near the crest of the hill.
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