Auchindoun consists of a small settlement of homes close to Dufftown which is an attractive and historic town in Moray situated on the river Fiddich. Built by James Duff, 4th Earl of Fife in 1817, Dufftown was originally planned as a settlement for soldiers returning home from the Napoleonic Wars. Today, this attractive Highland burgh is known for its connections to the malt whisky industry as well as its fascinating history and striking scenery.
Dufftown’s focal point is its village square, where the distinctive and imposing clock tower (originally the local jail) houses the Tourist Information Board. Not far from the village square, Dufftown Whisky and Heritage Centre offers visitors the chance to find out more about the history of whisky making in Speyside.
The village is widely considered to be the heart of the Speyside whisky producing region, and Dufftown has long held the reputation of being the malt whisky capital of the world.
Dimensions: 1.81m x 2.48m (5’11” x 8’2″)
A timber door leads into this warm and welcoming entrance vestibule where glazed double timber doors open into the hallway and there is access to the study. There is real wood flooring, radiator and ceiling lighting.
Real wood flooring flows throughout this spacious hallway which allows access to the lounge, kitchen / dining room, bedrooms one and two and the bathroom and where stairs are placed leading to the first floor. There is a radiator, ceiling lighting and the Drayton hot water and heating controls are placed here.
Dimensions: 1.81m x 2.42m (5’11” x 7’11”)
A window to the front allows in lovely natural light into this cosy room creating the ideal space for a study. There is real wood flooring, ceiling lighting and a radiator.
Dimensions: 5.97m x 5.98m (19’7″ x 19’7″)
A marvellously spacious lounge enjoying two windows to the side and three windows to the front flooding the room with natural light centred around a warming open fire with black hearth, ornamental tiled surround and timber mantle. Glazed double panel doors open into the sun room and there is real wood flooring throughout, 5 point ceiling lighting and a radiator.
Dimensions: 3.73m x 3.70m (12’3″ x 12’2″)
Real wood flooring encompasses this bright and comfortable sun room and there are windows to the front and side allowing in fantastic natural light. There is ceiling lighting and a radiator.
Kitchen / Dining Room
Dimensions: 3.62m x 6.57m (11’11” x 21’7″)
A wonderful capacious kitchen offering a good range of base, drawer and wall units with complementary worktop and tiling which is completed with a matching wall display cabinet and wine rack. There is a one and a half bowl stainless steel sink with mixer tap and there is plumbing for a dish washer and space for a cooker and fridge freezer. A window to the rear allows in lovely natural light and patio doors open out into the rear garden creating al fresco dining. There is space to house a 6-8 seater dining set and there is carpet tiled flooring, ceiling lighting and a radiator.
Dimensions: 3.62m x 1.86m (11’11” x 6’1″)
Accessed from the kitchen and providing entry to the rear garden, this well proportioned utility room offers white base units with complementary worktop and stainless steel sink with mixer tap incorporated within. There is plumbing for a washing machine, space for a tumble dryer and there is a window to the rear, carpet tile flooring, ceiling lighting and a radiator.
Dimensions: 3.83m x 4.79m (12’7″ x 15’9″)
A light and inviting double bedroom benefits from a large window to the side overlooking the countryside and enjoys a double sliding door wardrobe allowing great storage. There is carpet flooring, ceiling lighting and radiator.
Dimensions: 3.32m x 4.80m (10’11” x 15’9″)
This delightful double bedroom enjoys a window to the side looking out at the lovely countryside and benefits from a double sliding door wardrobe providing fantastic storage. There is carpet flooring, ceiling lighting and radiator.
Dimensions: 2.92m x 3.42m (9’7″ x 11’3″)
A spacious bathroom comprising of a WC, pedestal wash hand basin with twin taps, bath with twin taps and a pivot door shower cubicle housing a mains pressure shower with complementary splash back behind. A large cupboard provides great storage and there is an opaque window to the front, parquet flooring, R.D.L extractor, ceiling lighting and radiator.
Carpet flooring leads up the mahogany staircase to the first floor landing which provides access to bedrooms three and four and the shower room. Two Velux windows flood the stairwell with natural light and a charming display shelf is situated here. There are two extremely large shelved stores with ceiling lighting providing wonderful storage and there is a radiator, carpet flooring and ceiling lighting.
Dimensions: 5.18m x 3.96m (17’0″ x 13’0″)
A large double bedroom with a window to the side offering views of the lovely open countryside. Great storage is provided by a double sliding door wardrobe and there is carpet flooring, ceiling lighting and a radiator.
Dimensions: 5.18m x 4.68m (17’0″ x 15’4″)
This bright and spacious double bedroom enjoys a bay window to the front allowing lovely views and benefits from a double sliding door wardrobe offering fantastic storage. There is real wood flooring, ceiling lighting and a radiator.
Dimensions: 2.28m x 2.57m (7’6″ x 8’5″)
This fresh light room comprises of a WC, wash hand basin with twin taps and a pivot door shower cubicle housing a Mira Elite electric shower with complementary chic splash back behind. There is a Velux window to the rear, R.D.L extractor fan, vinyl floor tiling, ceiling and a radiator.
Dimensions: 6.27m x 6.08m (20’7″ x 19’11”)
Two up and over doors lead into the double garage where the Worcester Greenstar Heatslave 18/25 combi boiler and the Ultra Violet water pump are situated. There is concrete flooring, power and light.
A sweeping gravel driveway leads into the front of the property and extends to the double garage and along one side of the property providing parking for several vehicles. The rear garden is mainly laid to lawn and is interspersed with mature shrubs and bushes and a paved path leads to the lovely patio and rear door. The beautiful river Fiddich runs along the rear of the property which is a tributary of the River Spey offering fabulous salmon fishing. There is a coal bunker, oil tank, outside tap, concrete storage area and outdoor sensor lighting.
It is understood that the property private water, septic tank drainage and mains electricity. There is oil fired central heating.
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